Updated October 29, 2020
November events for Tri-Parish Youth
With a grateful heart I thank you for your presence in our parishes, communities, and schools. . . .
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Governor moves Idaho back to Stage 3
Governor Brad Little signed a statewide public health order today moving Idaho back into a modified Stage 3 of the Idaho Rebounds plan as healthcare facilities throughout the state face alarming demand and capacity constraints due to increasing COVID-19 spread. . . .
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Amerigas relaunches School Days & Community Care Program
AmeriGas is excited to announce the relaunch of their School Days & Community Care Program. . . .
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From State Senator Carl Crabtree
Your tax dollars are being used for one group’s multimillion-dollar business and it has to stop. . . .
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JOLT Ladies Groups to start soon
JOLT (Joy OLearning Together) Ladies' Groups are starting up for 2020-2021!  . . .
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Christmas tree permits available online
Harvesting a Christmas tree on National Forest System lands is a popular annual tradition which, for many, marks the beginning of the holiday season.  . . .
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BLM looking to improve boat ramps
Three popular launch sites along the Lower Salmon River are scheduled for improvements that will enhance access for anglers and recreationists.  . . .

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Pirates win big at Troy; Pirates are #1 seed into playoffs
The Prairie Pirates ended their regular season the same way as the rest of it, with a lopsided win that saw a running clock throughout the second half. This time they beat Troy 66-14 at Troy on Thursday, Oct. 22. . . .
The Prairie Pirates are the #1 seed in the State Football Tournament and will get a first round bye. . . .
Also on this page is an updated boys basketball schedule as well as the Jr. High boys basketball schedule. . . .
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Lady Pirates finish third at District
The Prairie Lady Pirates alternated wins and losses in their 4 District Tournament matches to wind up in third place. . . .
Also on this page is the updated girls basketball schedule. . . .
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Two qualify for State
Prairie had 2 Cross Country runners qualify for State at the District Meet held Thursday, Oct. 22 at Lewiston. . . .
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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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Tyler Wemhoff and Kyleigh Duclos are shown with their medals after qualifying for the State Cross Country Meet at the District meet in Lewiston last Thursday. State will be in Pocatello on Saturday. See below left for story. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Eric Coffelt received the Teacher Booster of the Year award from Prairie Booster club president Glenn Poxleitner at the Senior Night presentations Monday, Oct. 12. Click on the photo for a larger view.


Cole Martin with his KLEW-TV player of the week plaque for the Kendrick game on Sept. 4. The plaque arrived just this past week.  Click on the photo for a larger view.


Shown is the sample ballot for the November 3 election.  Click on the photo for a larger view.

Shown is the sample ballot for HJR-4, a constitutional amendment to be voted on that would fix the number of legislative districts in Idaho at 35. Currently the Idaho Constitution permits anywhere from 30 to 35 with the number determined during redistricting after each census.





 
 
 
 

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