Updated November 8, 2018
VFW announces education award winners
The Richard Jacobs VFW Post 4902, based in Cottonwood is proud to announce this year’s student education award winners. The awards will be given out at the VFW Awards Dinner this Saturday, Nov. 10 at Keuterville. . . .
[Read full story]
Veterans Day assembly set for Monday
Prairie Schools have a Veteran’s Day assembly scheduled for Monday, November 12th  . . .
[Read full story]

Trstle Brewing has 'best finger steaks in Idaho'
This winning restaurant makes a bite sized version of the classic . . .
[Read full story]

In remembrance of Veterans Day
In remembrance of Veterans Day and the end of World War One, reproductions of the 1918 W.L. Haskell poster entitled “The Same Spirit” are still available at Grangeville Bicentennial Museum. . . .
[Read full story]

Quilts of Valor presented
Four Quilts of Valor were presented by the Prairie Quilters at the Assumption Parish Dinner on Sunday, . . .
[Read full story]

Prize winners are named
Following are the prizes donated for the Assumption Parish Dinner prize drawing followed by the name of the prize winner: . . .
[Read full story]

Fall show winners are named
Following are  winning artists for the 2018 Salmon River Guild's Fall Show. . . .
[Read full story]

Tips from the Chess Guy
For the  months of November and December, The Chess Guy will be offering articles to promote the upcoming Holiday Family Chess Tournament happening on January 5th at 9AM at Summit Academy Catholic School in Cottonwood. . . .
[Read full story]

Rieners leads by 21 birds
Riener’s Grocery remains in the lead with a score of 872 followed by Quality Heating with a score of 851 after the 4th week of the 6-week Night Shoot at Cottonwood Gun Club. . . .
[Read full story]

Public invited to Syringa Hospital events
Syringa Hospital & Clinics is hosting multiple events in November geared toward the community with hopes of your participation. . . .
[Read full story]

Pirates win playoff opener over Raft River
The Prairie football team opened the state playoffs with a 40-22 win over Raft River of Malta Friday, Nov. 2 at the Kibbie Dome in Moscow. . . .
Also at the bottom of this page is the Prairie Jr. High Boys Basketball schedule. . . .
[Read full story]

Lady Pirates basketball schedule
The Prairie Lady Pirates varsity basketball schedule is on this page. . . .
[Read full story]

Summit celebrates Holyween
Summit Academy elementary students and youngsters from the community participated in a Holyween celebration on November 1st, All Saints Day. . . .
Also on this page is the Summit girls basketball schedule and the Jr. High boys basketball schedule. . . .
[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]

October students of the month at Prairie High School are Carson Schmidt and Madison Shears. Carson Schmidt was nominated by Cheri Holthaus.  She stated that Carson is always willing to help without complaint.  He sees what needs to be done and does it.  Plus he has a great sense of humor!  Madison Shears-nominated by Mr. Young.  3 words that he sent in with her nomination...respectful, conscientious, and driven! Photo by Jon Rehder. Click on the photo for a larger view.

There was a good sized crowd most of the day at the Assumption Parish Dinner on Sunday. The lower photo shows the food serving line. Click on each photo for a larger view.

Kate Lustig tells the crowd where the “Walk with Kate” will go, which was from the Elementary School to the hospital and back. Police Chief Terry Cochran then asked the walkers to stick to the sidewalks where possible. Click on the photo for a larger view.

The walkers headed out from the Elementary School along Butler Street toward Lewiston Street. Once they got to the hospital there was a free screening by the clinic. There was a good crowd of walkers despite the chilly temperatures. Click on the photo for a larger view.

 Cottonwood Credit Union opened their new branch office in the former Wells Fargo Bank building a couple of weeks ago. Extensive remodeling was done to the old building as evidenced by the new teller line. Shown are Liz Forsmann, Val Gehring, Stephanie Peery and Tara Ross. Click on the photo for a larger view.

The east side of the interior of the new Cottonwood Credit Union branch has been partitioned into several offices. Click on the photo for a larger view.

HUB International/Harman Agency moved from their Main Street location to their new location last Friday, Nov. 2. About all that is left of the former Farm Credit Building are the brick walls as it was gutted, remodeled and expanded. 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.