Updated September 27, 2018
Fall Lecture Series starts Oct. 4
The 19th Annual Historical Museum at St. Gertrude Fall Lecture Series begins at 7 p.m., Thursday, October 4, with Idaho songwriter and storyteller Tracy Morrison who will share her unique expressions of Idaho heritage. . . .
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Mystery Night set for Oct. 13
Saddle your camel and join the caravan out to the Greencreek Hall for Summit Academy’s 21st annual Mystery Night. “A Night on the Nile” will be held October 13th with social beginning at 5pm. . . .
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The LCSC Report
Here are our October classes which will all be held in Grangeville: . . .
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JOLT groups are starting
JOLT (Joy Of Learning Together) Ladies' Groups are starting up for 2018-2019! . . .
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PowderPuff Football and Volleyball Photos
On this page are photos from the PowderPuff football and volleyball games held Wednesday of Homecoming Week. . . .
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Monastery to host International Oblate Symposium
Over 40 Benedictine oblates and sisters from around the world will gather at the Monastery of St. Gertrude in Cottonwood, Idaho, Oct. 7-13, for the first ever Oblates for the Future Symposium. . . .
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Safe and Sober Graduation Party fundraiser seeks donations
The senior parents are working on the raffle fundraiser for the Senior Safe and Sober graduation party. . . .
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Idaho Democrats Election Year Dinner held at Cottonwood
On this page are photos from the Dinner that were submitted to the Chronicle. . . .
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Pirates win big at Homecoming
What a difference a year can make in small school football as a rematch of last year’s state championship game turned out to be a lopsided 78-0 win for the Prairie Pirates over Genesee at Prairie’s Homecoming Friday, Sept. 21. . . .
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Lady Pirates have busy week
The Prairie Lady Pirates had a busy week of volleyball as they won in 3 games at Kamiah, lost in 3 games at home to Troy, won 2 of 5 matches at the Border Battle in Pomeroy and then lost again in 3 games at Troy. . . .
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Cross Country schedule
The Prairie Cross Country team had no meets between Sept. 18 and 24. . . .
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Summit is 1-1 on the week
The Summit Academy Lady Patriots split a pair of home league matches last week. . . .
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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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Emma Gehring and Carson Schmidt were named Homecoming Queen and King at halftime of Friday’s football game. Click on the photo for a larger view.

The sophomores won the float competition and also had the eventual Homecoming Queen, Emma Gehring, as their nominee. The white screen at the front of the float was to have last year’s state football championship game being shown but it was still too bright out to see. Click on the photo for a larger view.

The Elementary students joined the parade at the church and you can see them gathering up candy tossed from the floats. Click on the photo for a larger view.

The Cheerleaders led the Homecoming parade followed by the band then the class floats. Float from top down are the seniors, juniors and freshmen. Click on each photo for a larger view.

The burning P after the Powder Puff football game last Wednesday evening during Homecoming Week with the students encircling. Many were trying to get warm. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Friday of Homecoming Week the Elementary Pirates are saluting the flag and saying the Pledge of Allegiance. They had 98% attendance that day. Photo provided by Rene’ Forsmann. Click on the photo for a larger view.

The PHS band was at the football game last Friday, giving a college feel to the game as the band played the Prairie Fight Song after touchdowns. Back to the camera is new band director Jon Madrid. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Five generations of the Stella Mosman Harman Family. From left are great-granddaughter Holli Havens-Balmer, holding great-great grandson Nolan Rodney Balmer; granddaughter Nikki Harman-Havens holding great-great granddaughter Jacqueline Balmer, son Gordon Harman, and Stella Mosman-Harman holding great great grandson Lowell Ryan Balmer. This photo was taken shortly before Stella’s 98th birthday on August 28. She was born on that date in 1920 at Uniontown, Wa. The twins, Nolan and Lowell, were born to Beau and Holli Balmer on May 16, 2018. Photo submitted by Marilyn Harman. Click on the photo for a larger view.

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