Updated April 7, 2022
St. Mary's Health welcomes Dr. Karla Gowan
St. Mary’s Health is pleased to welcome Dr. Karla J. Gowan, PT, DPT, PCC, PRPC, to our healthcare team. . . .
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St. John Bosco Academy now has their own chaplain
St. John Bosco Academy welcomed Fr. Anthony Nnodim to the school in February as a chaplain and teacher. . . .
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CEDA annual meeting addresses growth
Population changes in north central Idaho is the topic of the keynote speaker at the Clearwater Economic Development Association’s annual meeting April 21. . . .
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This is the Week of the Young Child
The Idaho Association for the Education of Young Children (Idaho AEYC) celebrates Week of the Young Child April 2 – 8 with free family-friendly activities happening in communities across Idaho. . . .
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Extension workshop is offered
The University of Idaho Extension in Clearwater County is offering: “How to Plan & Manage a Timber Harvest on Your Property” . . .
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BLM offers scan and pay option at Pink House site
Paying for your favorite campsite at the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) popular Pink House campground on the Clearwater River will soon be as simple as scanning a QR code. . . .
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3 named to all-state basketball; 3 nominated for North Idaho sports awards
Three Prairie basketball players have been named to the Idaho Statesman’s All-State Basketball teams for the 1A-D1 division. . . .
Three Prairie athletes are finalist for North Idaho Athletic awards for be presented at a banquet in Coeur d’Alene on Monday, April 11. . . .
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Pirates lose at Pomeroy
The Prairie Pirates lost a slugfest at Pomeroy Thursday, March 31, 14-18, in their final game before Spring Break. . . .
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Lady Pirates edged by Pomeroy
The Prairie Lady Pirates gave up 5 runs in the bottom of the sixth inning at Pomeroy leading to a 9-11 loss Thursday, March 31. . . .
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Next track meet is April 12
Prairie's next track meet is set for Tuesday, April 12. . . .
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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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Dorothy  Arnoti is all smiles as she is served by the Prairie Mountain Nutrition crew last Tuesday to celebrate the 50 years of the Senior Nutrition Program. L to R:  Dorothy Arnoti; Tiffany Forsmann, Site Manager; Brenda Holmes and Connie Uhlenkott.

Ron, Doris  and Joanne Sonnen are attending the 50 anniversary of senior citizens.  Sally Duman and Gladys Sonnen  are welcoming people as they enter the event. 

Brenda Holmes enjoys showing Bev Christiansen the new salad bar recently purchased by Prairie Mountain Nutrition. Tuesday was the first time the salad bar was used.

A large crowd attended the 50th anniversary of the Senior Nutrition Program last Tuesday.  Shown here enjoying  their lunch and cupcakes are: Chet Fergason, Mark Tacke, Ralph Sprute, J.D. Lauer, John Funke, Jerry Wren and Dennis Greene. Photo by Mary Funke.

Gabbie Rehder is always available to lead the Pledge of Allegiance and prayer before the weekly senior citizen lunch.  Gabbie also manages the Prairie Mountain Nutrition Facebook page and helps prepare food in the kitchen. Photos by Mary Funke. Click on each photo for a larger view.

St. John Bosco Academy now has their own chaplain. Dr. Anthony Nnodim started at the school in February. In addition to chaplain duties he will also do some teaching. Photo by SJB. See article above left. Click on the photo for a larger view.

The members of the Cottonwood Saddliers & Livestock 4-H Club got together for a photo after their meeting on Monday, March 28. Submitted photo. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Molly Johnson, flanked by her parents Doug and Misty Johnson, signs her letter of intent to attend the University of Montana Western in Dillon, to participate on the rodeo team. She will also be pursuing a degree in Natural Horsemanship at the University. Click on the photo for a larger view.


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