Updated February 19, 2004
Notes from City Hall
There are many good things about living in our community and the best thing is the people.  This is evidenced by the folks who were honored in Boise 2 weeks ago at the Brightest Star ceremonies.  They represent a cross section of the citizens of our City who volunteer their time to the service of others and to the common good of the people.  There are many like them in this community and their efforts are appreciated as well.  They make our community shine and this reflects well on all the people who call Cottonwood home. . . .
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Five have straight A's at PHS
Five Prairie High School students earned straight As for the second quarter of the 2003-04 school year.
They were Kevin Funke and Kelby Wilson in the junior class; Adeline Lustig in the sophomore class and Shayla Dalgliesh and Kylie Uhlorn in the freshman class. . . .
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Keuterville Store has new managers
Linda and Dewey Elliott have taken over management of the Keuterville Store & Tavern now called Keuterville Pub and Grub. . . .
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Pirates lose at Grangeville, win tournament opener; Wrestlers finish regular season
The Prairie Pirates lost their season finale at Grangeville but came back to win their District opener . . . .
The Prairie Wrestling team wrapped up their regular season in a 4-team match at Grangeville. . . .
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Angels second at Hallissey Tournament
The Camas Prairie Angels team representating the Prairie Faith Formation Class took second place at the Hallissey Tournament over the weekend. . . .
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Casey Meza and Larry Kidd, center, after receiving the Idaho's Brightest Star grand prize award in the business category. The article in last week's update has details. Click here to read it.

Jacob Nuxoll, left, honor student, and Scott Bruegeman, outstanding student, were students of the month for December at Prairie High School.

St. Mary's Hospital's Cardiac Rehab hosted an open house Thursday, Feb. 19. In back are Mary Watson, RN, and Ella Schaeffer, Cardiac Rehab Technician. In front are patients Dola Jones and Dorothy Kennedy.


The Cottonwood Girl Scout Brownie Troop recently completed their Safety Sense badge. In the top photo Tom Seubert, EMT at St. Mary's Hospital, gave a hands-on First Aid presentation on Jan. 29. In the lower photo Idaho County Chief Deputy John Nida gave a saftey awareness class on Feb. 12 and included a tour of his patrol vehicle. Shown are troop leader Jennifer Cochran and her son Drew Cochran, Junior Scout Danielle Cochran and Brownies Katherine Nida, Kendal Schuamcher, Hanna Casey, Kelsey Tidwell, Martina Everson and Emily McHugh.

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