Updated May 19, 2022
School Board meets
A book adoption request by high school English teacher David Young dominated the discussion time at the May meeting of the School Board Monday, May 16. . . .
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Top scholars named for PHS class of 2022
This year’s valedictorian for the 2022 class of Prairie High School is Evan Schwartz; who has maintained a 4.0 GPA throughout his high school career. . . .
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WWI vet to finally get headstone
Dedication of a new headstone for Joe Heitz, WWI Veteran, purchased by VFW Post 4902 of Cottonwood, will be done on Memorial Day, May 30 at the Keuterville Cemetery during the regular Memorial Day service beginning at 11 a.m. Heitz died on November 13, 1923.  . . .
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Bateman celebrates 50th year with company
On May 7th, Steve Bateman of Nezperce, Idaho celebrated a 50-year work anniversary with Jacklin Seed/Barenbrug USA. . . .
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Johnson and partner qualify for state rodeo finals; Fundraiser set for state rodeo expenses
PHS Rodeo Team, Molly Johnson and Laramie Richardson had a fun & eventful rodeo season and should be very proud of their accomplishments. . . .
A Prairie High School Rodeo Team Fundraiser with all proceeds to benefit Molly Johnson as she travels to Pocatello to compete in the Idaho High School Rodeo State Finals to be held June 4th-11th in team roping. . . .
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Primary Election results
The Cottonwood School District override levy passed with a 64% approval. Other area and statewide winners are also listed. . . .
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Pirates take second at District; Pirates to open against Rimrock at State
The Prairie baseball team qualified for State with a 6-3 win over Kendrick Tuesday, May 10 in a District play-in game. They then knocked off Troy 6-4 at Orofino on Thursday, May 12 to advance to the District Championship game. Things fell apart for them in a 0-14 loss to Clearwater Valley on Friday, May 13, also at Orofino as they wound up as the #2 seed into State from our District. . . .
The Prairie Pirates baseball team will open State play this Thursday, May 19 at 11 a.m. Pacific Time at Capital High School in Boise. . . .
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Lady Pirates season ends
The Prairie Lady Pirates softball season came to an abrupt end last Tuesday, May 10, as they lost 2-6 to Genesee at Kendrick in a District play-in game. . . .
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Rambo breaks school record in 200; Elven, Remacle set new school records in final jr. high meet
Zach Rambo qualified for State in 4 events at the Regional Track Meet at Lapwai May 13 & 14. . . .
In the final junior high track meet of the season, Sage Elven and Callie Remacle broke school records in the discus and high jump at Kamiah Tuesday, May 10. . . .
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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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Pictured are the valedictorian and co-salutatorians of the Prairie High School class of 2022. From left are co-salutatorians Laney Forsmann and Ali Rehder and valedictorian Evan Schwartz. Photo submitted by Prairie High School. See article at left. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Whitney Wonderlich shared information to the group participating in the St. Mary's Walk for Health at Ferdinand this past Saturday on herbs and health. Photo by Mary Funke. Click on the photo for a larger view.

St Mary's Health provided health screening to the 20 people who walked in the Walk the Prairie & Beyond for Health in Ferdinand on Saturday.  Vonnita Renshaw is testing Dar Forsmann while Gayle Schumacher and Denise Uhlenkott wait in line.  The walk was sponsored by Karol Holthaus, Lyle Kuther & Roselyn Nuttman. Photo by Mary Funke. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Leah Kaschmitter, Carla Coon and Barbara Cleary assist with the registration of participants in the Walk the Prairie & Beyond for Health.  Barbara also led the group in stretching before the walk. Photo by Mary Funke. Click on the photo for a larger view.

The Greencreek Community Hall is expanding! We are adding a 20' x 96' covered deck to the west side of the Hall. See the computer mock up (lower photo) of what it will look like when it is done! The goal is to provide more area for people to congregate during events in warmer weather. Estimated material costs are $50,000. The St Anthony Society is donating $10,000 towards the project and all the labor to complete the expansion. If you wish to make a donation towards the Greencreek Community Hall Expansion Project an account is set up at the Cottonwood Credit Union for the Greencreek Community Hall. Donation checks should be made payable to Greencreek Hall and that they can be dropped off at any Cottonwood Credit Union branches or mailed to Cottonwood Credit Union, P O Box 507, Cottonwood, ID 83522. Our goal is to have it complete by the 4th of July! Demolition started last Saturday and footings were dug. Footings were installed and poured Friday. Saturday in the rain the wall forms were put up. Thank you to Pacific Steel for the donation towards the rebar, Arnzen Building Construction and Quinn Wemhoff for the use of their forms, Nancy Arnzen for always keeping this area mowed nice, Rhonda Wemhoff for the architectural consultation, Dale Stubbers, Scott Wemhoff & Brady Arnzen for heading up this project and the rest of the St Anthony's Society for all the hard work. Click on the photo for a larger view.

The annual Cottonwood City-Wide Yard Sale is being sponsored by Cottonwood Summerfest and will be held this Saturday, May 21.If you would like to be added to the map you can contact Cottonwood Summerfest on Facebook or call Tabitha Key at 208-553-8400 or Serena Lockett at 208-816-6791.You can find the yard sales on the mobile phone app “Yard Sale Treasure Map”. Or you can find printed maps at Coyote’s One-Stop. Click on the photo for a larger view.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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