Updated July 2, 2020
Greencreek to celebrate 4th of July
The annual Greencreek 4th of July Celebration gets underway this Saturday, July 4 with a Flag raising at 6 a.m.  . . .
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Cottonwood Drinking Water report available
The City of Cottonwood 2019 Drinking Water Report generated from 2019 sampling results and Monitoring Requirements Not Met Report are available at the Cottonwood City Hall, 506 King Street, Cottonwood, Idaho.  . . .
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New hands-free cellphone use while driving law in effect
Beginning Wednesday (July 1), drivers in Idaho will only be able to use electronic devices in hands-free mode behind the wheel, including when stopped at a red light or stop sign. In other words, the new hands-free law makes holding a cell phone illegal while operating a vehicle. . . .
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Border Days is this weekend at Grangeville
On this page is a schedule article plus some articles on events that are part of Border Days this year. . . .
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Heckman is Grand Marshal, Page and Remacle are Royalty at Border Days
Articles of Grand Marshal Don Heckman and Border Days Royalty, Queen Kaylee Page and Princess Josie Remacle are on this page.
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Phase 4 of Idaho Rebounds plan extended
Governor Brad Little announced last Thursday that Idaho will transition to a regional response to COVID-19, and the state did not meet metrics to move out of the final stage of the Idaho Rebounds plan. . . .
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Farmer can now apply digitally for Coronavirus Food Assistance Program
USDA’s Farm Service Agency will now accept applications for the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP) through an online portal, expanding the options available to producers to apply for this program, which helps offset price declines and additional marketing costs because of the coronavirus pandemic. . . .
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Bruner named to Dean's List
Sydney Bruner of Cottonwood has been named to the dean's list for the Spring 2020 semester at Quinnipiac University:  . . .
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Footbball and Boys Basketball schedules
On this page are the Prairie Football and Boys Basketball schedules for the upcoming school year.. . . .
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Volleyball and Girls Basketball schedules
On this page are the Prairie Volleyball and Girls Basketball schedules for the upcoming school year. . . .
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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. You can also find Jake Wren's Redneck Review on this page. . . .
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The Idaho County Fair Royalty unveiled their new float at the June Picnic parade in Craigmont Saturday and won the Sweepstakes Best of Show award for the parade. From left are 2nd Princess Madison Shears, 1st Princess Paige Layman and Queen Halle Klapprich. Photo courtesy of the Lewis County Herald. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Border Days Queen Kaylee Page, left, and Princess Josie Remacle were in the June Picnic Parade advertising this week’s Border Days event. Remacle is the daughter of Glenn and Stacy Remacle of Cottonwood. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Approximately 1918. Shown are Al Herboth, Fat Hamlin, John Hoene, Jake Welte and Herman Seubert with a couple of loaded up trucks in front of Hoene Hardware. Photo courtesy of Gus Hoene. Click on the photo for a larger view.

John and Susie Hoene in 1901. Photo courtesy of Gus Hoene. Click on the photo for a larger view.


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