Updated July 6, 2017
Raspberry Festival to feature art show
This year's Raspberry Festival at the Monastery of St. Gertrude will feature an art show that will be a celebration of the many talents in our community.  . . .
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BLM invites public to tour archaeology field school
Excavation work at Oregon State University’s (OSU) archaeology field school is once again underway for the season at Cooper’s Ferry in the Lower Salmon River Canyon. . . .
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Drug and alcohol trends presentation set for July 17
The Cottonwood Police Department will be doing a presentation on current Drug and Alcohol Trends on Monday, July 17, at 6:00 PM at the Cottonwood Community Hall. . . .
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Letters to the Editor
On this page are letters to the editor that appeared in this week's print edition of the Cottonwood Chronicle. . . .
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In the top photo youngsters show off their paper plate football facemasks at the Prairie Community Library’s Summer Reading Program. The program concludes this week on July 5 and 6. Thursday, June 6, the program will be at the City Park. Sydney Bruner is running the program this year as her Senior Project. Basketball was the theme of this session of the Summer Reading Program. In the lower photo youngsters show off uniform tops and Dixie cup hoops. Photos provided by Sydney Bruner.  Click on each photo for a larger view.

The old Seubert’s Insurance/Liquor Store building is barely recognizable anymore after undergoing remodeling both inside and out. Gary Riener purchased the building from Angie Seubert and Ryan Uhlenkott is putting The Habit, a coffeeshop, on the site. It is set to open soon. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Prairie Track Coach Ryan Hasselstrom took some photos of the new track surface last week. Top photo is the finish line which also has the starting arc for the 800, 1600 and 3200. Second from top is the main straightaway. The hashmarks are for hurdle placements. Second from bottom is the back stretch where the 4x100 exchange zone (yellow triangles) and 300 hurdles start are located (white lines with numbers). Bottom photo is the starting line for the boys 110 hurdles. The 100 meter starting line is the white line that has some yellow triangles on part of it, Those triangles are the final 4x100 meter exchange zone. Why a 6-lane track instead of the usual 8? The placement of the light poles kept them from going with a full 8 lanes. Orofino also has a 6-lane track.Click on each photo for a larger view.

Larry Seubert earned some more medals at the Lewis & Clark Games this year. Not quite as many golds as last year but he brought home 3 golds and several silver medals this year in bowling, swimming and the softball throw. Photo by Susan Harris of WA-ID Volunteer Center, the group that put on the Games.

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