Updated October 22, 2020
School Board meets
The school board held their regular October meeting Monday, Oct. 19 and the first topic of discussion was the District volleyball tournament. . . .
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Cottonwood City Council meets
The Cottonwood City Council held their regular October meeting Tuesday, Oct. 13.. . .
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Football, Crosscountry, Vollyball and Cheerleading senior night photos
20 senior athletes were honored on their respective Senior Nights. Volleyball was Thursday, October 15 and football, cross country and cheerleader were all done Monday, Oct. 19. . . .
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Cattle Association annual meeting is Saturday
The Idaho-Lewis County Cattle Association is having their annual meeting, dinner and auction on October 24th at the Greencreek Hall in Greencreek. . . .
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Gun Club Night Shoot week 1 results
The Cottonwood Gun Club 6-week Night Shoot started last week with a familiar team atop the first week standings. . . .
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Governor urges personal responsibility to slow spread of virus
As COVID-19 cases increase in communities across Idaho, Governor Brad Little urged Idahoans to ramp up personal actions to slow the spread of the virus to protect lives and our economic prosperity.. . .
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Hospital shares letter
St. Mary’s  Hospital wanted to share this letter written by the authors of the New England Journal of Medicine article some are referring to as discrediting masking.  . . .

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Pirates clinch league title; Troy game moved to Thursday
With Genesee cancelling their game Monday with Prairie, that clinched the league championship for the Pirates and a first round bye in the state football playoffs. . . .
The regular season ending game at Troy has been moved up to Thursday, Oct. 22, at 7 p.m. due to expected heavy snow in the Troy area on Friday.
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Lady Pirates win twice
The Prairie Lady Pirates won their final two regular season matches and wound up as the third seed going into the District tournament. On Tuesday, Oct. 13 they beat Genesee in 4 games and on Thursday, Oct. 15 they swept Highland on Senior Night. . . .
Late update: Prairie beat Kamiah and then lost to Genesee on Tuesday at District. On Wednesday they hosted Potlatch and won. Thursday, Oct. 22 they play at Genesee at 6 p.m. for a berth at State. The winner also will play at Troy for the District Championship on Saturday, Oct. 24 at 7 p.m.
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Cross Country at Logos Invite
The Prairie Cross Country team held their final regular season meet at the Logos Invitational which was held at the LCSC course in the Lewiston Orchards on Tuesday, Oct. 13. We also have the results from the Prairie Invite. . . .
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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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Shown are the football seniors and their families who were honored Monday night at the football field. From left are Matt Coppernoll and parents; Dean Johnson and parents; Cole Schlader and family; Cole Martin and family; Dalton Ross and family; Hunter Leal and family and John Gehring and family. See link at left for individual photos. Click on the photo for a larger view. 

The cheerleader and cross country seniors were also honored Monday night at the football field. From left are Ci-Ci Chavez and family;  Coach Glenn Poxleitner; Leann Lightfield and family; Kerri Villamor and family; coaches Jenny Arnzen and David Young; Kyleigh Duclos and family; Blake Uptmor and family; Justin Lockett and family and Tyler Wemhoff and family. See link at left for individual photos. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Sierra McWilliams talks about her senior project, the Think Pink volleyball match, prior to the match. She said they raised over $5,000 for breast cancer research and thanked all the donors. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Ellea Uhlenkott serves in front of a backdrop of pink and white volleyballs that represent think Pink donors. Click on the photo for a larger view.

The volleyball team doing the YMCA dance along with announcer Gus Hoene who can seen on stage behind them. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Something we haven't seen before was cheerleaders at a volleyball match. With it being Senior Night as well as the Think Pink breast cancer research fundraiser, they just added to the electric atmosphere in the gym. The above two photos are from the same stunt performed between games. Click on each photo for a larger view.

Marina Geis and Debby O’Neill organized an Idaho County Trump Rally Saturday, Oct. 17. It formed up at the Cottonwood City Park with about 27 vehicles and then headed to Grangeville. It passed through Grangeville and went down Harpster Grade through Stites and Kooskia. From Kooskia to Kamiah they picked up several extra participants and had over 50 vehicles at one point. From Kamiah they came up 7-Mile back to Cottonwood. Mike Kindrick drove the pilot car for the caravan and Lori Schmidt brought up the rear. Serena Lockett made up the flyer that got the word out. There was a lot of cheering along the way along with some that let them know they weren’t Trump supporters. Photos courtesy of Marina Geis. Click on each photo for a larger view.


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