Updated November 27, 2020
Munkers resigns from Cottonwood Council
The Cottonwood City Council held a special meeting Tuesday, Nov. 17 and accepted the resignation of council member Don Munkers. . . .
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Hospital and Clinics sponsor Angel Tree
For the 24th  year, St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinics will sponsor the Christmas “Angel Tree” which helps match generous donors with those in need of gifts for children and food for families. . . .
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How to Cook a Turkey
Ashle’ Sowa’s 1st graders give us advice on how to cook a turkey. . . .
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Riener's Grocery wins Night Shoot
The Riener’s Grocery team led start to finish in the 6-week Cottonwood Gun Club Night Shoot. . . .
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KC Breakfasts on hold
The Cottonwood Knights of Columbus have decided to put their Sunday breakfasts on hold . . .
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Vet Advocate to be in Grangeville Dec. 2
The IDAHO DIVISION OF VETERAN SERVICES will have a VETERAN’S ADVOCATE in Grangeville on Wednesday, Dec. 2 . . .
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22 out for Prairie boys basketball
Two seniors lead a turnout of 22 players for Prairie boys basketball this season.  . . .
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Lady Pirates open with 2 wins
The Prairie Lady Pirates opened the new season with a pair of wins. On Tuesday, Nov. 17 they won their home opener over Orofino 56-26. On Thursday, Nov. 19 they traveled to Troy where they opened their White Pine League season with a 52-18 win.  . . .
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10 turn out for Patriots boys basketball
For the first time in a few years, St. John Bosco Academy will have a boys varsity basketball team with 10 players turned out this 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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At the Cottonwood City Council meeting on Nov. 17, Danielle Cochran received the Veterans of Foreign Wars National Law Enforcement Award. The award was presented by Joe Riener, the VFW District Commander, and Dave Frei, the Cottonwood Post 4902 Commander. This award is presented to one officer in each of the 50 states annually. Pictured from left are Riener, Cottonwood officer Jason Rambo, Danielle Cochran, Cottonwood Police Chief Terry Cochran and Frei. Photo submitted.  Click on the photo for a larger view.


The boys and girls basketball teams are pictured with a $2500 check from the Prairie Booster Club.  The school purchased 2 Pixellot cameras for installation in the high school gym and the football field.  The purchase of these cameras will give people an opportunity to view games/events online.  This is a great investment for the school for people who are unable to attend due to restrictions, living out of the area, health, etc.  Our goal is to have spectators in the gym and football/track complex, but when we don't have that opportunity this will be a great way to air the events.  We hope to have the cameras delivered and installed over Christmas break.  We will keep you posted once everything is up and running.  All events will be aired on the NFHS Network.  Thank you to the Prairie Booster Club for their continued support for all the kids, it is much appreciated!  Go Pirates. Pictured L-R- Coach Lori Mader, Ali Rehder, Isabella Walsh, Riley Enneking, Sarah Lustig, Delanie Lockett, Josie Remacle, Laney Forsmann, Trinity Martinez, Tara Schlader(holding the check), Hope Schwartz, Ellea Uhlenkott, Taylor Riener, Molly Johnson, Kristin Wemhoff, Olivia Klapprich, Madison Shears, Chloe Rowland, and Asst. Coach Dave Shears. Pictured L-R- Benjamin Elven, Wyatt Ross, Cole Schlader, Shane Hanson, Brody Hasselstrom, Colton McElroy, Kyle Schwartz (holding the check), Zach Rambo, Weston Riener, Lane Schumacher, Cody Kaschmitter, Lee Forsmann, Tyler Wemhoff, Travis Alfrey, Levi Walsh, Ryan Wemhoff, Alex McElroy, Noah Behler, and Trenton Lorentz.Below is a photo of a Pixellot Camera. Photos by Jon Rehder. Click on each photo for a larger view.


A winter wonderland was created at the Greencreek Hall on Saturday, November 7th for a "1950's Holiday in Vermont", the 23rd Annual Mystery Night. And while it made the drive home a bit frightful, God transformed the outdoors into a Winter Wonderland as well! An early snow storm got everyone into the spirit to celebrate the winter theme. We are so grateful to all who participated in the online auctions or purchased a ticket for the Grand Prize Raffle of $10,000. Our big winners this year were William and Lynn Goeckner. They are able to spend their winnings at any of our fine sponsors: Bud's Powersports, Cottonwood Foods, Les Schwab Tire Center - Grangeville, Lindsley's Furniture & Appliance, B&A Performance Auto, Intermountain Feed & Mercantile and Sonnen Meats. Photo submitted by St. John Bosco Academy.  Click on the photo for a larger view.

On November 4, 2020, LifeNet Health recognized St. Mary’s and Clearwater Valley Hospitals for their outstanding support for the gift of tissue donation. They received the Idaho Critical Access Hospital of the Year Award, which is given to hospital partners for outstanding collaboration and commitment to achieve and sustain high standards in support of the donation process through education, leadership, outreach and activities.  One tissue donor can help restore health to more than 150 patients in need. Community partners are an essential part of the donation process and are crucial to ensuring that a donor and their family’s final wishes to help others are honored.LifeNet Health helps save lives, restore health, and give hope to thousands each year. It is the world's most trusted provider of transplant solutions — from organ and tissue procurement to bio-implants and cellular therapies — and a leader in regenerative medicine, while always honoring the donors and healthcare professionals who enable healing. For more information about LifeNet Health, go to www.lifenethealth.org.To sign up as a donor or learn more about donation, visit RegisterMe.org. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Cole Schlader and Brody Hasselstrom with their plaques for being chosen as KLEW Prep Athlete of the Week during the 2020 football season.  Click on the photo for a larger view.

The winning team in the Cottonwood Gun Club 6-Week Night Shoot was Riener’s Grocery. From left are Clint Riener, Tim Schumacher, Brian Lorentz, Roy Schumacher and Rod Behler. See story above left for final week results. Photo provided by Kim Schmidt. Click on the photo for a larger view.




 
 
 
 

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