Updated July 13, 2017
City facing crisis with downtown culvert
The City of Cottonwood looks to have a major project coming up soon whether they like it or not. . . .
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Photos from Greencreek 4th of July Celebration
On this page are photos from the Greencreek 4th of July Celebration. . . .
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Summer Reading Program opens time capsule
This year’s Summer Reading program opened a time capsule from the Summer Reading Program in 1997 . . .
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Registration open for Raspberry Festival Fun Run
Registration is open for the 10K Fun Run and 5K Run/Walk that kicks off the day of family fun at Raspberry Festival on Sunday, August 6. . . .
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Steubenville Group to host BBQ
Here is an invitation to join the Steubenville Northwest group for an all-day barbeque on July 20th. . . .
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Flamenco Night at Winchester State Park
On Saturday, July 15, 8:30 p.m. the Winchester Lake State Park will host a night of flamenco music and dance that features recipients of the Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Program offered by the Idaho Commission on the Arts. . . .
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Church offering free oil changes to single moms and widows
Attention Single Moms and Widows:  Emmanuel Baptist Church (404 Foster) in Cottonwood, will be providing a Free Oil Change just for you on Saturday, the 22nd of July, from 8 AM to noon. . . .
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Football officials are sought
Recruitment is under way for new football officials for high school and junior high school football in Idaho’s District 2. . . .
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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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Shade was welcomed at the Greencreek 4th of July celebration. A large crowd attended this year. More Greencreek Celebration photos in article at left. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Virgil Wassmuth served as Grand Marshal in memory of his son Keith Wassmuth during the Greencreek 4th of July Celebration. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Greg Arnzen, top photo, and Roger Arnzen, lower photo, were awarded Quilts of Valor at Greencreek. Click on each photo for a larger view.

This year’s Summer Reading Program finished up last Thursday in the City Park. They did some reading at the start and then finished up with some games and enjoyed popsicles. Click on the photo for a larger view.

The Idaho County Fair Royalty in the Border Days Parade where they took first place in the royalty division. From front to back are princess Tiffany Sonnen, princess Chaye Uptmor and Queen Selena Davila. Photo by Helen Rowland. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Idaho County Fair Royalty at the Border Days Royalty Luncheon. From left are Tiffany Sonnen, Selena Davila and Chaye Uptmor. Contributed photo. Click on the photo for a larger view.

The Prairie High School class of 1977 held their 40 year reunion at the Ferdinand Gym with dinner catered by Don Currie. 35 classmates out of 62 attended. Pictured Top left to right: Donna Frei-Shoemaker, Don Harrison, Pat Holthaus, Cheri Schmidt-Holthaus, Della Uhlenkott-Gehring. 2nd row: Michelle Lerandeau, Donna Schumacher-Mader, Janice Beckman-Sewell, Sharrie Miller, Vicki Toennis-Hinkelman, Terry Seubert-McNabb, Kent Rad. 3rd row: Becky Kaschmitter-Chaffee, Susie Frei-MacPherson,  Doreen Stubbers-Rehder, Julie Spalding-Rad, Tona Schaeffer-Koch. Front row: Ken Rehder, Luke Geis, Roger Kaschmitter, Marc Riener, Phil Nuxoll, Debbie Hoene-Clark, Robert Nida, Linda Sonnen-Nida, Pam Schaeffer-Baxter, Kelly Seubert-McConnell, Julie Schacher-Grove, Arlene DeHaas-Baerlocher, Carla Uhlenkott-Schnider, Greg Sonnen, Chris Wren, Kevin Rehder, Dave Riener, Doug Gehring Photo provided by Arlene Baerlocher. Click on the photo for a larger view.

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