Updated October 11, 2018
Spooky Florence Cemetery is lecture topic
The second lecture of the 19th Annual Historical Museum at St. Gertrude Fall Lecture Series takes place at 7 p.m. Thursday, October 11, with local historian Penny Bennett Casey who will present her research on the infamous Florence Cemetery. . . .
[Read full story]
Last week to order cookie dough
This is the last week to order from the Center For Discovery and Prairie Elementary School  annual cookie dough sale. . . .
[Read full story]

Assumption Parish Dinner set for Nov. 4
Assumption Parish of Ferdinand will be holding their annual dinner and raffle on Sunday, November 4, at the Ferdinand parish hall. . . .
[Read full story]

What is diabetes?
Diabetes is a condition affecting the body’s ability to use energy. . . .
[Read full story]

Medicare workshop offered in Lewiston
A free Medicare Workshop for individuals turning 65 and those approaching Medicare eligibility will be held Tuesday, October 16, from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Community Action Partnership center, located at 124 New 6th St., Lewiston. . . .
[Read full story]

Free workshops offered
Free "Doing Business with the Government" workshops are planned for Grangeville and Lewiston the first week of November. . . .
Read full story]

District Volleyball starts Saturday
The District volleyball tournament will get underway this Saturday, Oct. 13 at the LCSC Activity Center in Lewiston. . . .
Read full story]

Booster Bulletin
Another fantastic fall sport season is working towards a close, and all our teams are in the hunt for a State berth.   Their seasons have generated some amazing and fantastic games and some pretty cool results. . . .
Read full story]

Hasselstrom named coach of the year
Prairie football  coach Ryan Hasselstrom won the Coach of the year award at the Warrior Athletic Association High School Awards Banquet last Wednesday, Oct. 3.
Read full story]

Pirates win 68-12 at Lapwai
In a statement game between the teams perceived to be the top two teams in the White Pine League Division 1, the Prairie Pirates routed Lapwai 68-12 at Lapwai Friday, Oct. 5. . . .
[Read full story]

Lady Pirates win 2 of 3 matches
The Prairie Lady Pirates won 2 of 3 matches this past week, winning twice at home and losing on the road. . . .
[Read full story]

Runners compete at 2 meets
The Prairie Cross Country team concluded their regular season with a pair of meets. They competed in the CV-Kamiah Invitational at Kamiah on Tuesday, Oct. 2 and then in the Inland Empire Challenge at Lewiston Saturday, Oct. 6. . . .
[Read full story]

Summit is 1-1 on the week
Summit Academy split a pair of White Pine League matches this past week, both on the road. . . .
[Read full story]

Letters to the Editor
On this page are letters to the editor that appeared in this week's print edition of the Cottonwood Chronicle. . . .
[Read full stories]

Tate Berdoy and Aaron Goeckner are the September Students of the Month at Prairie Jr./Sr. High School. Mr Nygaard nominated Tate and stated that he has been a role model for the other students.  He works extremely hard and never complains.  He helps pick equipment up after class and is willing to help or assist those who need it.  He has been a positive role model!  Mrs. Duclos nominated Aaron and stated that he is always kind, friendly, and helpful.  He works very hard on his studies and spends extra time to learn new tools in the shop. Photo provided by Jon Rehder. Click on the photo for a larger view.

The Think Pink game was a success! Thanks to everyone who donated their time, money, and efforts to making this happen. I could not have done it without any of you. It was a great experience to be able to give back to the community in the way that I did. I will let you know how much money was made for breast cancer awareness in a future article. Thanks again.  Theresa Wemhoff. Shown from top down are  the C.V. and Prairie varsity, JV and C  teams in their special Think Pink uniforms.  Prairie's teams are in the light pink. Photos provided by Julie Schumacher. Click on each photo for a larger view.

These five young ladies celebrated Senior Night at the volleyball match Monday evening against Grangeville. From left are Alexis Hiler, Jordyn Higgins, Theresa Wemhoff, Kristyna Krogh and Ellea Poxleitner. Photo by Jon Rehder Click on the photo for a larger view.

Cottonwood, Idaho 83522

Riener's Grocery Weekly Ad

Pastor's Column

Community Events at a Glance
(if you have an event you want on the events calendar, contact  Carol Altman at Cottonwood City Hall at cottonwd@idaho.net)

Classified Ads

Subscription Info

Previous Updates

Local Links

503 King St.
P.O. Box 157
Cottonwood, ID 83522-0157
or cotchron@qwestoffice.net
Fax 208-962-7131


Template Designed by:


©Copyright Cottonwood Chronicle 2018. All rights reserved.