Updated February 12, 2004
Late News--The Prairie Pirates beat Orofino 56-36 Monday and will play Potlatch at 6 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 19 at District. See Thursday's update for details on Monday's game.

Utility rates resolutions passed
The Cottonwood City council met Monday evening, Feb. 9, with all members present.
One new item of business was the appointment of Rod Behler as fire chief. . . .
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Brightest Stars honored
St. Mary’s Hospital was honored as Idaho’s Brightest Star grand prize winner in the business category. 
Awarded as runners-up at the third annual ceremonies were Kelby Wilson of Cottonwood in the individual category and the Cottonwood Lions Club in the organization category. . . .
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Information sought on burglary
For the second time within three months, Arnzen Drug in Cottonwood was burglarized.
Sometime between 1:30 and 8 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 7,  . . .
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Pirates win twice; Wrestlers have home match, tournament; local team takes second at tourney
The Prairie Pirates won twice last week, beating both Orofino and Lapwai. . . .
The Prairie wrestling team held their final home match and also competed at the Weiser Tournament. . . .
A local basketball team competed in the KC tournament at Lewiston and took second place . . .
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Lady Pirates win one, lose two at District
The Prairie Lady Pirates lost to C.V. in their district opener, beat Kamiah in double overtime and ended their season with a loss to Potlatch. . . .
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Summit Academy news
Summit Academy named their Virtue winners . . .
The Summit basketball teams competed at the Logos Invitational Tourney with the girls winning 1 of 3 and the boys losing twice . . .
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Kelby Wilson, center, was named an Idaho Brightest Star in the Individual category. St. Mary's Hospital was a the grand prize winner for business and the Cottonwood Lions Club was a Brightest Star as an organization. Flanking Wilson are State Rep. Chuck Cuddy, left, and Cottonwood mayor Denis Duman.

Adrianne Nuxoll and Leah Holthaus are this month's attendance winners of "Lunch with the Principal" at Prairie Elementary.

Those shown achieved perfect attendance for the first semester at Prairie Elementary. Click on the picture or here for more attendance winner photos as well as the names of those shown.

Idaho County's delegates to the state 4-H Know Your Government Conference this weekend are shown. They are Wendy Ray, Nichele Carpentier, Kayla Uhlenkott, Kylie Uhlorn and Carolyn Sonnen. Click on the picture or here for more intormation on the conference.

4th graders learned how to make "Bread in a Bag" compliments of the Idaho County Wheat Producers. Here they show the pretzels they made.

Verl Chicane, left, was given a "Dedicated Fan" award by the Prairie Booster Club. At age 94, Verl still attends many Prairie games. He started with his children, then his grandchildren and now watches his great-granchildren.

The PHS dance team performed at the girls district tournament. 

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