Updated October 15, 2020
District Volleyball and Cross Country set for next week
On this page is information about the District Volleyball Tournament and the District Cross Country Meet. . . .
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USDA to extend free school lunches through end of school year
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced Friday, Oct. 9, that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is extending flexibilities to allow free meals to continue to be available to all children throughout the entire 2020-2021 school year. . . .
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Booster Bulletin
So far so good.   In a year of unknown the Prairie Pirates continue to achieve great things academically and athletically. . . .
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KC Golf tourney set for Saturday
Saturday, October 17, is the Knights of Columbus Swing and a Prayer 9 hole Golf Tournament at the Grangeville Country Club. . . .
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County GOP to hold gun raffle
The Idaho County Republican Committee is having a raffle for 3 guns and there will be 3 winners. . . .
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Youth Apprenticeship program launches in Idaho
On Wednesday, October 7, during the Governor’s Office Age of Agility Conference, Idaho Business for Education (IBE) and the Workforce Development Council officially announced the start of Idaho’s first Youth Apprenticeship Program. . . .
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Uhlenkott makes Dean's List, awarded degree
Eastern Oregon University named 558 students to the Dean's List for the 2020 spring term. . . .

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Pirates win big at Lapwai
The Prairie football team moved one step closer to clinching another White Pine League Division 1 football title with a 78-22 win at Lapwai Friday, Oct. 9. . . .
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Lady Pirates win 4 matches
The Prairie Lady Pirates won 4 home volleyball matches this past week. They started with a non-league win over Highland in 3 games on Tuesday, Oct. 6. On Thursday, Oct. 8 they finally got to play Lapwai after several reschedulings and swept them twice. Finally on Monday, Oct. 12 they pulled out a 3 games to 1 win over Potlatch. . . .
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Cross Country hosts meet
Prairie hosted their first ever Cross Country meet Saturday, Oct. 10 at the football/track complex with Nezperce and CV-Kamiah joining them in the event. . . .
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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 quilt pictured was made by Jeanne Arnzen. It is one of the items for the Assumption Parish Raffle. There is also a fleece blanket donated by the Hangout, a Norwex package donated by Clint and Jonna Holthaus, and lots of CASH. Tickets are being handed out this weekend. Please support Assumption Parish and come to the back of Church to get your raffle tickets. Assumption Parish will not be able to host their Annual Dinner. There has been some major water damage at Assumption Parish Hall and with the COVID restrictions the dinner has been postponed until next year. For more tickets please contact Pat (208)507- 2633; Marilyn (208)507-1173; or you may pick them up from Seubert Excavators’ office or from the St. Mary’s Tri-Parish Office. Photo provided by Donna Wassmuth. Click on the photo for a larger view.

A Rosary Rally was held last Saturday for America Needs Fatima at St. Mary’s Church in Cottonwood. There were over 20,000 rallies all over America that day. The intention is to ask Mary to protect our country, state and community from all the evil that is going on in the world. It was also supporting police officers who protect us every day. About 75-80 people participated in the walk or stayed in church while saying the rosary. Even the rain did not stop us from walking through the downtown area. This community has been doing the rally for about 10 years. Photo provided by Donna Wassmuth.
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