Updated December 5, 2019
Idaho County Shootout events schedule
The annual Idaho County Shootout between the Grangeville and Prairie High School basketball teams is this week. . . .
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Pirates dominate all-league football team
As you would expect when you’re the league as well as state champions, the Prairie Pirates dominated the All-White Pine League football team. . . .
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Lightfield named Father of the Year
On this page is Leann Lightfield's essay that earned her father Ron the Father of the Year award at Daddy Date Night. . . .
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20 out for Prairie boys basketball
There are 20 players turned out this year for Prairie boys basketball. . . .
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Lady Pirates rally falls just short
The Prairie Lady Pirates rallied from a 19 point deficit at Grangeville only to come up 2 points short as they suffered their first loss of the season, 45-47, Tuesday, Nov. 26. . . .
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St. John Bosco girls lose twice, JV boys win opener; 6 out for boys basketball
The St. John Bosco Lady Patriots lost a pair of close league games this past week. On Tuesday, Nov. 26 they traveled to Deary and lost 36-39. On Monday, Dec. 2 they traveled to Moscow where they lost to Logos 37-41. . . .
In their first boys game in 4 years St. John Bosco beat the Logos JV 35-14 at Moscow Monday, Dec. 2. . . .
St. John Bosco has resurrected their boys basketball program with 5 freshman and a senior turned out for the team. . . .
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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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Faith Cash is one of 13 winners for the Moreton and Company calendar competition.  Twelve students were chosen to represent a month of the year.  Faith's drawing is shown on the month of September.   One overall winner was chosen for the calendar cover.  In the letter sent to Faith, it stated that hundreds of entries were received.  The theme for the competition was "What I like about my teacher.''  Faith received 4 copies of the calendar to share with her family and friends. Photo by Rene’ Forsmann. Click on the photo for a larger view.

The November students of the month at Prairie Jr./Sr. High School are shown above and were recognized by staff with an "aRRRgh" postcard in the mail in regards to the 3 R's (Respectful, Responsible, and Ready).  The recognition that these students receive are well deserved and their teachers wanted to give a shout out to all of  them!  Keep up the great work!  Top photo shows Seniors: Hayden Uhlenkott, Damian Forsmann, and Caleb McGee. 2nd photo shows Juniors: Lane Remacle, Sierra McWilliams, Alissa Grossman, Ci-Ci Chavez, Leann Lightfield, and Blake Uptmor.  Not Pictured: Wes Munger and Sapphire York. Third photo shows Sophomores:  Aspen Spencer, Becca Jones, Mackenzie Key, Zane Reuter, Merlyn Famiglietti, Delanie Lockett, TJ Hibbard, and Brody Hasselstrom.  Not Pictured: Bailey Hankerson. Fourth photo shows Freshman:  Ryan Wemhoff, Kristen Wemhoff, and Weston Riener. 5th photo shows 8th Graders:  Katrina George and Lee Forsmann.  Not Pictured: Bennie Elven and Cheyenne Keith. Bottom photo shows  7th Graders: Harlee Brannan, Briggs Rambo, Matthew Wemhoff, and Drake Cronan.  Not Pictured: Tamden Pecarovich and Morgan Pack. Photos by Jon Rehder. Click on each photo for a larger view.

The annual Lighted Christmas Parade is set for this Sunday, Dec. 8, starting at 5 p.m. For more information, call Tara Rowland at 208-962-7071. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Six students were recognized as winners for our November drawing as part of our PBIS program.  Students had names in the drawing for being Respectful, Responsible, and Ready.  Students were recognized at our November assembly. Pictured above are Presley Johnson, Carter Frei, Rowan Elven, Tenley Riener and Ayla Ratcliff. Isaac Riener is pictured belowft. Photos by Rene’ Forsmann. Click on the above photo for a larger view.

Ron Lightfield, shown with his daughter Leann, was named Father of the Year on Prairie's Daddy Date Night. See article above left for Leann's winning essay. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Several ladies from the Cottonwood area were at the Prairie Art Association meeting in Craigmont on Veterans Day. Photos by Steve Wherry. .Click on each photo for a larger view.

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