Updated February 25, 2021

School Board meets
The School Board met with a light agenda Monday, Feb. 22. . . .
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SMH Radiology Dept. updates machines
St Mary’s Radiology Department updated their machines to Direct Digital Radiology Equipment this past month. . . .
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Hammer Creek site closure extended
The Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) Cottonwood Field Office has extended the current temporary closure at the Hammer Creek recreation site into mid-March to complete improvements to the boat ramp.  . . .
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Students participate in service projects
Prairie Elementary Students participated in two service projects in the month of January and February.  . . .
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Schumacher to wrestle at State
Holli Schumacher, a sophomore at Prairie High School, has been wrestling with Orofino again this year. . . .
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Lincoln Day Dinner and Dance set for March 13
The Idaho County Republican Central Committee is sponsoring the annual Lincoln Day Dinner and Dance at the Greencreek Community Hall Saturday March 13th beginning at 6:00 PM. . . .
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Pirates win twice
The Prairie Pirates closed out their regular season with a pair of league road wins. On Thursday, Feb. 18 they traveled to Potlatch and clinched the #2 seed into the District Tournament with a 62-23 win. On Saturday, they traveled to Kamiah and won 52-34. . . .
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Lady Pirates take second at State
For the sixth time in the past seven seasons the Prairie Lady Pirates reached the state championship game only to come away with the second place trophy as they lost to Grace 37-46 at the Idaho Center in Nampa Friday, Feb. 19. Earlier in the state tournament they had beaten Rimrock 53-43 on Wednesday, Feb. 17 and Lighthouse Christian 50-32 on Thursday, Feb. 18. Both of those games were played at Columbia High School in Nampa. . . .
Also on this page are the All-WPL and All-State Tournament teams. . . .
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Patriots lose to Highland at District
The St. John Bosco Patriots finished their season with a 51-88 loss to Highland at Craigmont in a loser-out opening game at District Friday, Feb. 19. . . .
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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 Lady Pirates with the second place trophy after coming up short in the state championship game against Grace. See story below left. From left are Delanie Lockett, Laney Forsmann, Jade Prigge, Ellea Uhlenkott, Madison Shears, Hope Schwartz, Ali Rehder, Tara Schlader, Molly Johnson, Olivia Klapprich and Kristin Wemhoff. Click on the photo for a larger view.


Members of the Radiology Department at St. Mary’s Hospital are shown with their new machine. In the top photo from left are Kristi Poxleitner, Jessica Stewart and MaKayla Williams. In the lower photo from left are Taylor Cash, Steve Wilson and Dan Reel. Photos by Kim Johnson.  See story above left. Click on each photo for a larger view. 



Cottonwood Butte Ski Area (CBSA) had excellent snow conditions this weekend with new snow accumulation totaling 36 inches at the base and 48 inches at the summit. Skiers and snowboarders escaped to enjoy the newly groomed trails and powder. CBSA will continue to be open this coming weekend Saturday February 27 and Sunday February 28, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.  Please check Facebook, the Today @ CBSA on our website www.cottonwoodbutte.org or call the Lodge during operating hours 208-962-3624 for snow conditions, openings, closures, and prices. Shown above are a couple of photos from last weekend.

Jerry Richardson was presented the Sportsmanship T-shirt for Prairie at the girls state tournament this year. Jerry and his wife Janet had been there every time the girls qualified for State.  Click on the photo for a larger view.

Raspberry Festival postponed until 2022. Because the pandemic may not be over by the first Sunday in August and out of concern not to host a “superspreader event,” the leadership of the Monastery of St. Gertrude decided to postpone the Raspberry Festival this summer. It will return the first Sunday in August 2022. We are grateful to all our vendors, volunteers and all who have come to enjoy the festival in the past. We will see you in 2022. --Sister Mary Forman, O.S.B., Prioress. Click on the photo for a larger view.





 
 
 
 

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