Updated January 12, 2023
Cottonwood City Council meets
The Cottonwood City Council held their January meeting Monday, Jan. 9. . . .
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Schlader Photography is sold
Shelley and Scot Schlader have announced they have sold the Schlader Photography business and building to Micah and Chad Weber. . . .
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Solid Waste in Idaho County - a series
I thought a series on solid waste might be helpful for Constituents to understand a little more about a topic that is every Commissioners’ favorite subject and every Tax Payers’ favorite nemesis. . . .
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Northwest Farm Credit Services merges with Farm Credit West
Stockholders of both Northwest Farm Credit Services and Farm Credit West have overwhelmingly approved a merger of their associations to form AgWest Farm Credit – a new association serving more than 22,000 customers throughout seven western states. . . .
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January events for Tri-Parish Youth
The New Year always sparks resolutions and intentions of change. . . .
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Chess Tournament set for March 24
Sandy "The Chess Guy" is running the 7th Annual Holiday Family Chess Tournament, after a 2 year break, due to COVID, that will take place at the Saint Peter & Paul's Parish Center located in Grangeville at 330 S. B Street on March 24th, 2023 from 9 AM to 6 PM.  . . .
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LCSC releases honor roll
A total of 887 students made Lewis-Clark State College’s honor roll for the fall 2022 semester, college officials have announced.  . . .
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2 Vehicle crash near Cottonwood
On January 7, 2023, at approximately 09:05, Idaho State Police are investigating a two vehicle crash near the intersection of US Highway 95 and Denver Rd near Cottonwood, Idaho. . . .
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Prairie wrestlers compete at several meets
We thought we would catch up with the two Prairie students who are wrestling with Grangeville this year. . . .
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Pirates win at Genesee
The Prairie Pirates opened the new year by breaking their 6 game losing streak as they traveled to Genesee Saturday, Jan. 7, and won 57-28. . . .
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Lady Pirates win twice
The Prairie Lady Pirates won a pair of games this past week. On Thursday, Jan. 5, they traveled to Kendrick and came back from an 11-point halftime deficit to win 51-50. On Friday, Jan. 6, they hosted Genesee in a league game and won 74-36. . . .
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St. John Bosco swept by Deary
The St. John Bosco Patriots were swept by Deary in a girls-boys doubleheader played at Craigmont Friday, Jan. 6. The girls lost to Deary 17-49 while the boys lost 27-51.  . . .
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Schlader Photography has been sold to Chad and Micah Weber. Current owner Shelley Schlader, right, is shown with new owner Micah Weber and her 3 children Talon, Maria and Marshall. See story at left. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Corbyn Tacke, Derek Goeckner, and Matt Frei had lunch with the principal this past Friday. They were drawn from the December assembly. Thanks to The Hangout for great food and the complimentary ice cream for the boys. Photo provided by Jon Rehder. Click on the photo for a larger view.

The Prairie girls basketball team and coaches all wore special shirts in remembrance of Jerry “Jake” Wren at their home game against Genesee last Friday. Wren, who has 3 granddaughters this year’s team was also honored by announcer Gus Hoene. The lower photo is a closeup of two of his granddaughters, Lexi Schumacher and Kristin Wemhoff. Click on each photo for a larger view.

Late in the Prairie boys game at Genesee on Saturday a technical foul was called against Genesee. With the game already decided, Prairie coach Tim Sheffler had senior Ryan Wemhoff shoot the free throws. The loudest cheer of the night from the Prairie fans came when Wemhoff made the first of the two free throws for his first ever varsity point. Photo by Megan Rambo. Click on the photo for a larger view.


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