Updated July 11, 2024
Cottonwood City Council meets
It was reported at the July meeting of the Cottonwood City Council on Monday, July 8, that well #2 has been repaired. However it is not back online with the system yet as they have to get results of testing back and once that is approved they will have to do a pressure test. . . .
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Photos from the Greencreek Celebrartion
On this page are photos from the Greencreek 4th of July Celebration. . . .
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Salmon in the Classroom students release fish
On May 20th and 21st, seventh graders from Grangeville Elementary and Middle Schools and fifth graders from Prairie Elementary School took a field trip to the South Fork Campground. . . .
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To the Library and Beyond!
The volunteers at Prairie Community Library welcome you back to our refurbished space. . . .
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Open Primary issue sees more than enough signatures to make November ballot
Idahoans for Open Primaries gathered on the Capitol steps recently as the group turned in 97,535 signatures from all 44 of Idaho’s counties to the Idaho Secretary of State. . . .
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Zephyrs win 4 of 7
The Camas Prairie Zephyrs won 4 of 7 games last week. On Tuesday, July 2, they beat the Moscow Blue Devils 16-12 and 20-8 at Moscow.  They then played 5 games in 4 days at the Clancy Ellis Tournament in Lewiston. On Thursday, July 4, they lost to the Orofino Merchants 3-15. On Friday, July 5 they defeated both Moscow 14-0 and Nampa 8-6. On Saturday, July 6 they lost to the Buhl Tribe 0-11. They closed out the tournament with a 9-16 loss to the Lewis-Clark Cubs on Sunday, July 7. . . .
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Sonnen Farms was recently recognized as a Century Farm by the Idaho State Historical Society. Photo provided by ISHS. See story at left. Click on the photo for a larger view.

On Saturday June 29 we had our biannual roadside cleanup. The above photo shows the great volunteers that came out to help that were then treated to lunch at Subway thank you Emily Ratcliff, and Trina Geis for being my adult drivers and helping me supervise these young students. This is a very worthwhile service project we do and I appreciate all that have helped. We hope everyone has a safe Fourth of July. Photo by Sarah Walsh. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Thirteen Idaho County teens joined 150 other 4-Hers from around the state last week for the Idaho 4-H State Teen Association Convention (STAC). They met on the University of Idaho campus for four days of leadership training, career development and exploration, tours, community service learning, and fun. Pictured back row left to right: Will Patten, Kane MacIntire, Eric Schlader, Lillian Rehder, Maggie Nuxoll, Dylan Klapprich, Henry Lustig, Catherine Seubert, and Brooke Bennett.Front row left to right: Ellie Nuxoll, Mikayla Rowland, Halee Rowland, and Macie Uhlenkott. Photo by Tara Rowland.  Click on the photo for a larger view.


 
 

 
 
 

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