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Cottonwood News: Town grows with new businesses


Donna Wassmuth Cottonwood 962-3561

— Finally, we were able to get the snow pile off of our porch. I think the animals are happier with the milder weather also. We are hoping for better weather for calving. It is pretty tough for those little ones when it is so cold. A hair dryer blowing on them works wonders!

Did you watch the Super Bowl Game? First time ever for an overtime. I thought both teams played well. The chili and cinnamon rolls delivered by the Haiti team were delicious!

A new business opened Monday, Jan. 30 in the former Coffee Mill in the Mini-Mall in Cottonwood. Veronica Johnson has opened C’est La V’s, a small café. Veronica says she has always enjoyed cooking and loves seeing a smile on someone’s face when they’re eating her cooking. C’est La V’s is not a typical sit-down restaurant. Since Veronica is a solo act she wanted to keep it simple. There are some chairs and small tables available, but she does mostly takeout orders. She has daily specials and soups and a weekly salad special. She is looking to get a beer and wine license and hopes to be able to host things like birthdays, showers and also accommodate meetings. For phone orders you can contact her at 962-9999 or find her on Facebook, C’est La V’s.

A new delivery service is now available in Cottonwood and the surrounding area. Just call Come On Delivery and you can have car parts, groceries, prescriptions, or a takeout meal delivered right to your door. Hours available for deliveries are 8 a.m.-2 p.m., and 5-8 p.m., 7 days a week. In town delivery charge will be $5 and include .50/mile for out of town. Come On Delivery will serve Cottonwood, Keuterville, Greencreek, Ferdinand, etc. If there is a demand, they will set up a daily run to Grangeville. Participating businesses include Rodonna’s Country Haus, Mini Village, The Hangout, C’est La V’s. Any businesses interested in providing this service for their customers or anyone with questions can contact Tami Quick at 983-6505. We welcome these two new businesses and wish them success in their new venture.

The Camas Prairie Friends of the NRA will be holding their 14th annual fund-raiser on Feb. 10 at the Elks Lodge in Grangeville starting at 5:30 p.m. This is a nonprofit, nonpolitical group that supports shooting sports. Join other champions of the Second Amendment for dinner, raffles, auctions and fun with a chance to win exclusive NRA guns, gear, décor and collectibles! For tickets call Amy at 507-1621 or Lu at 962-3194 or email

A Lincoln Day Dinner sponsored by Idaho County Republicans will be held Feb. 25, at the Greencreek Community Hall. Social Hour starts at 5 p.m., dinner and auction at 6 p.m., with a presentation at 7 p.m. There will be several speakers. Tickets are $25 each. Come and help Make America Great Again. Get your tickets from any ICRCC member or Donna Wassmuth at 962-3561.


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