Updated November 11, 2021

Cottonwood City Council meets
It was a busy agenda for the Cottonwood City Council at their Nov. 8 meeting. . . .
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From the Police Chief
Imagine if you will that while you are driving around town you come to an intersection, but cannot see due to trees and shrubs blocking your vision. . . .
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Museum seeks school artifacts for exhibit
The Museum at St. Gertrude is planning an exhibit of school artifacts of the Ferdinand (Eagles), Greencreek (Tigers), Cottonwood (Mustangs) and Keuterville (Did they have a mascot?). . . .
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Tuning out to tune back in
Communication technologies are a part of everyday life, whether it be with a smartphone, computer or a tablet. . . .
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New Program Manager at NICI
Cameron Kirk has been recently promoted to Program Manager at NICI and we welcome him to our leadership team. . . .
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Prize winners are named
Assumption Parish held their annual dinner and raffle on Sunday, Nov. 7. . . .
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Hoop Shoot is held
Cottonwood School District held their preliminaries for the Elks Club Hoop Shoot recently. . . .
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Idaho County Farm Bureau News
On this page are articles about the Idaho County Farm Bureau scholarships as well as their upcoming annual meeting . . .
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Syringa has COVID vaccine available for 5-11 year olds.
The Pediatric Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine is approved and now available for children ages 5-11. . . .
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Pirates fall to Lapwai
The Lapwai Wildcats pulled away in the second half as they ended Prairie’s season 36-68 in a state quarterfinal game Friday, Nov. 5 at Cottonwood. . . .
 
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Volleyball awards given
Awards were given for the Prairie Volleyball team on Tuesday, Nov. 2. . . .
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Cross Country awards given
Cross Country awards were given out on Wednesday, Nov. 3. . . .
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Winter Sports schedules for St. John Bosco Academy
On this page are the high school boys and girls basketballs schedules as well as the junior high boys basketball schedule.. . .
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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 Luck o'the Irish was with Felix and Sherry Nuxoll who won the year's grand prize of $10,000 at St. John Bosco Academy's annual Mystery Night fundraiser.  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.   Attendees to the November 6th event, held at the Greencreek Hall, enjoyed listening to harpist Keri Kelly as they got a drink at O'Sullivan's Pub, and enjoyed a great meal while watching a performance by Rince na Gra, an Irish dance troupe from Moscow.   Huge murals of the Irish countryside, and a giant bower of trees were enjoyed while the main event raffle was underway.  Many ladies attended dressed as Irish country gals, while kilts abounded among the men.  Many thanks to everyone who purchased a ticket or participated in the online and live auctions.  A special thanks to auctioneer Brian Funke and to Therese Schmidt and Shirley Stubbers who headed up the decorations.  Pictured is grand prize winner Sherry Nuxoll with event MC's Norm & Julie Sonnen and Michael & Courtney Rehder. A couple more photos from Mystery Night are at the bottom of this page. Click on the photo for a larger view.

1st grade top readers for October are from left:  Bentley Ross, Evelyn Terhaar, Ava Nuxoll, Mya Meyers, Justin Labrum and Mason Westhoff. Photo by Jon Rehder. Click on the photo for a larger view.


Reading achievement awards for 2nd grade at Prairie Elementary are shown. Pictured from left are Landon Jones, Zeke Henry, Lillia Kaschmitter, David Quintal, and Julia Schlader. Photo by Jon Rehder. Click on the photo for a larger view.


Reading Achievment awards for 3rd and 4th graders at Prairie Elementary are pictured. From left are Cameron McLeod, Mesa Graning, Ruby Cash, Grace Rehder, Mathias Kaschmitter, Zita Schmidt, Madalynn VonBargen, Clara Lustig, Coyle Jones, and Rowan Elven. Photo by Jon Rehder. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Shown are the 44-county winners from Mrs. Higgins and Mrs. Brannan's class. Pictured from left are Nicole Gehring, Kenyon Hankerson, Coyle Jones, Madalynn VonBargen, Madelyn Holcomb, Ava Klapprich, Leighton Uhlenkott, Sidney Kehler, Mesa Graning, Mathias Kaschmitter, Clara Lustig, and Gloria Terhaar Photo by Jon Rehder. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Hazel Terhaar and Brayker Forsmann were the top Kindergarten readers and new members of the 100 book club. Photo by Jon Rehder. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Book Bingo winners at Prairie Elementary are pictured. From left are Mathias Kaschmitter, Mesa Graning, Rowan Elven, Victoria Shears, Ayla Ratcliff, Tate Uhlenkott, and Molly Fowler. Photo by Jon Rehder. Click on the photo for a larger view.

People go through the serving line at the Assumption Parish Annual Dinner. A list of raffle winners can be found above left.  Click on the photo for a larger view.

5 Generations--Pictured here is Jackie Brammer, 92 yrs old, with her is daughter, LaLisa Thomason of Craigmont, granddaughter, Stephanie Peery of Cottonwood, Great granddaughter, Josie and Great Great grandson, Nash Lawrence Mager also of Cottonwood. Click on the photo for a larger view.
 

A couple more photos from St. John Bosco's Mystery Night showing the decorations. Click on the photo for a larger view.
 
 
 

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