Updated April 14, 2022
Easter Egg Hunts set for Saturday
There are Easter Egg Hunts set for this Saturday in Cottonwood, Ferdinand and Greencreek. . . .
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Cottonwood City Council meets
The Cottonwood City Council held their April meeting Monday, April 11. . . .
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Social determinates of health
Our society has changed since 2020. Many are suffering from loneliness. . . .
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Sunrise service at Emmanuel Baptist
You are invited to celebrate with us at Emmanuel Baptist Church, 404 Foster Street, Cottonwood on Easter Sunday, April 17th. . . .
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Judges named for Spring Show
Central Idaho Art Association’s (CIAA) announces the judges for its Annual Spring Show and Sale April 21 through 23. . . .
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Legislators ranked on key education issues
Idaho Business for Education (IBE) last week released its Annual Legislative Scorecard which rates legislators on how they voted on key education issues in the 2022 session. . . .
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Idaho Fish & Game articles
Articles on the 2022 Big Game rules booklet release and on Idaho's black bear spring season are on this page. . . .
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Changes to baseball schedule
The Prairie Baseball Schedule is on this page with a couple of changes made due to weather. . . .
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Changes to softball schedule
A couple of changes have been made to the Prairie softball schedule due to weather. . . .
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Next track meet is April 15
Prairie's next track meet is set for Friday, April 15 at Kamiah. . . .
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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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Former Cottonwood Mayor Denis Duman presents a plaque of appreciation to Carol Altman at a retirement party held on April 1 as current mayor Keith Holcomb looks on. Photo by Debby O’Neill. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Roy Uhlenkott, who retired recently as the City of Cottonwood’s public works supervisor, receives as plaque from former Cottonwood mayor Denis Duman. Duman was mayor when both Carol Altman and Uhlenkott were originally hired by the city. Current mayor Keith Holcomb looks on. Photo by Debby O’Neill. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Molly Johnson participated in the third annual Joe Beaver Roping Clinic this weekend and won the champion’s belt buckle. She is shown with Joe Beaver. A close up of the buckle is shown below. District 3 High School Rodeo has 3 High school rodeos the spring before the State finals. The first spring rodeo is this weekend in Lewiston on Saturday and Sunday, April 16 and 17.. Then Cambridge on April 30 and May 1 and then Lewiston again on May 13and May 15. Photos by Misty Johnson. Click on the photo for a larger view.

A closeup of the championship belt buckle Molly Johnson earned at the Joe Beaver Roping Clinic this past weekend at Lewiston. Photo by Misty Johnson. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Friday night was "Ladies Night Out" with Brenda's Paint Parties at the Craigmont Community Hall. These ladies painted door hangers and chose between a sunflower or the more whimsical flowers. Contact Brenda Holmes (360-621-5056) if you are interested in painting a door hanger yourself.  Pictured from left are:  Samantha Lustig, Gayle Schlieper, Barbara King, Taylor Huntley, Jen Huntley, Tessica Lustig and Debbie Schlieper. Also attending were Teresa Cash and Cheryl Cooper. Photo by Brenda Holmes. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Eva Herzog's column from July 10, 1975. Click on it for a larger view.


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