Updated January 22, 2004
Hospital Foundation receives Waldman behest
When Mary Waldman passed away last March she included a $47,668 behest to St. Maryís Hospital in her will.  She and her husband, Tony, who passed away in the early 1990ís, decided together to designate the hospital as a beneficiary. . . .
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Notes from City Hall
Thank you to the people who turned out at the polls last November and offered their support for the candidates who volunteered to run for City office and thank you to Shelli for accepting an appointment to the Council. . . .
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Chamber to continue popular new programs
LaDawn Kidd, new president chaired the Jan. 15 Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce meeting with Deb Clark, secretary and Joan Nuxoll, treasurer present. New vice-president, Larry Kidd was absent. . . .
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Pirates win 3 games; Two wrestlers medal at St. Maries
The Prairie Pirates won 3 games last week including an historic 49-41 win at Lapwai, the first in 24 years there. They also won at Nezperce and at Orofino . . .
The Wrestling team competed at the St. Maries Tournament with Shane Poxleitner taking first and Nick Uhlenkott second in their respective weight classes. . . .
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Lady Pirates lose three games
The Prairie Lady Pirates had a tough week last week, losing three games. They lost at home to Kamiah then lost at Moscow and finished the week with a home loss to C.V. . . .
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Summit teams win 3 of 4
Summit Academy's varsity teams won 3 of 4 games last week. . . .
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Kevin Daly, SMH Radiology Manager, discusses the behest from the Waldeman family to St. Mary's Hospital.  It will be used to upgrade Radiology equipment and enhance the endowment fund.  Back row - LtoR - Roger Kaschmitter, Carroll Keith, Morris Arnzen, Loretta Houston, Mary Uhlorn, Virginia Daugherty. Seated L to R - Marlene Jungert, Kevin Daly, and Paloma Wicks

Students in the Careers class at Prairie High School learned about interviewing for a job by doing mock interviews with local businesses. Here Gordon Harman of Harman Agency "interviews" Chad Arnzen.

The Prairie Pirates won their first game ever in the current Lapwai gym and the first in Lapwai since 1980 this past Saturday. Here the Pirates play defense. From left are Matt Baerlocher, Shane Doyle, Jacob Riener and Chad Arnzen.

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