Updated November 16, 2017
Cottonwood elects two new council members
In the first contested race for Cottonwood City Council in many years 2 incumbents were ousted by the voters. . . .
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Cottonwood City Council meets
Amy Uptmor of JUB Engineering presented a couple of proposals at the Cottonwood City Councilís November meeting Monday, Nov. 13. . . .
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Quilts of Valor presented
There were15 Quilts of Valor presented to area military veterans at the Prairie Schools Veterans Day assemply and 3 more at the VFW awards banquet. Photos of each are on this page. . . .
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Local 4-H leaders are honored
On Nov. 4, two Cottonwood 4-H leaders were honored at Pocatello for their work. . . .
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November is Diabetes Awareness Month
November is National Diabetes Awareness Month and St. Maryís Hospital & Clinics offers specialized services to help you understand and manage this all too prevalent disease. . . .
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Photos from the Veterans Day Assembly
On this page are several photos from the Veterans Day assembly at Prairie Jr./Sr. High School. . . .
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donations sought for Kids Shopping Night
The Center For Discovery is once again getting ready for their annual Open 'Til Midnight Kids Shopping Night.  . . .
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Night Shoot week 5 results
Rienerís Grocery maintains the lead with a score of 1055. . . .
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Pirates edge Oakley in State Semifinal
Owen Anderson came up with two fourth quarter turnovers to help the Prairie football team come from behind to beat Oakley 42-36 in a state semifinal game at the Kibbie Dome in Moscow Friday, Nov. 10. The win pits the Pirates against Genesee in the state championship game this Friday, Nov. 17 at 7 p.m. That game will also be at the Kibbie Dome in Moscow. . . .
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22 turn out for girls basketball
There are 22 girls turned out for the Prairie girls basketball team this year. . . .
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Follow the Yellow Brick Road
Summit 3rd and 4th Graders Follow the Yellow Brick Road. . . .
Also on this page is the Summit girls basketball schedule. . . .
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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. . . .
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About 40 veterans and their families attended the Prairie Schools Veterans Day assembly Friday, Nov. 10. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Dick Remacle receives a plaque commemorating his Lifetime Achievement Award from the VFW. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Pictured are the local youths participating in the 30-hour fast. Front Row (L-R) Lee Anne Lightfield, Alexis Hiler, Bentlee Skinner, Mattie Lustig, Addison Skinner, Tyler Wemhoff, Wes Munger, Sierra Chapman. 2nd Row (L-R) Hope Schwartz, Everett Skinner, Noelle Uhlenkott, Ellea Poxleitner, Jessica Uhling, Kate Lustig, Emma Gehring, Sabrina Lustig, Eve Uhlenkott, Logan Wimer, Debbie Chicane, Halle Klapprich. 3rd Row (L-R) Tara Klapprich, Madison Shears, Sierra McWilliams, Saddie Kopczynski. 4th Row (L-R) Heather Lightfield, Derik Shears, Laina Sonnen, Hayden Uhlenkott, Damian Forsmann, Austin Sonnen, Kyle Tillinghast, David Wassmuth, Guihereme Acciardi, Tony Goeckner, Jim Chmelik. Not pictured: Nicole, Jackie Uhling. Photo provided by Debbie Chicane. Story above left. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Taylor Riener and Rebekah Shears had lunch at a restaurant of their choice. They were October attendance winners.  Each week a student has perfect attendance, their name is put in the drawing for lunch with the Principal at a restaurant of their choice. Photo by Reneí Forsmann. Click on the photo for a larger view.


Second place winners were Erin Chmelik in the Voice of Democracy and Evan Schwartz in the Patriot's Pen. Click on each photo for a larger view.


Third place winners were Jessie Sonnen, top, in the Voice of Democracy, and Mary Schwartz, in the Patriot's Pen. Click on each photo for a larger view. 

Becky Higgins was VFW Post 4902ís Teacher of the Year for grades K-5. Click on the photo for a larger view.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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