Updated March 25, 2004
Essay contest seeks entrants
"Celebrating Agriculture in Idaho" is the theme for this year's Essay Contest for 5th & 6th Grade Students of public, private, or home school in Idaho County. . . .
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Hospital remodeling Radiology Dept.
St. Mary’s Hospital is currently remodeling their Radiology Department and updating their imaging equipment.  Remodeling of the 900 square foot space for the new X-ray equipment began last week and is scheduled for completion by Monday, March 29. . . .
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Old house torn down
For the last several weeks Ken Seubert has been tearing a house down on King Street for Mike Nuxoll.. . .
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Baseball Schedule
The baseball team schedule is shown. Late additions are game times for Friday and Saturday at Orofino. . . .
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Lady Pirates win 3 of 5 games; JV girls basketball awards pic
The Prairie Lady Pirates won a pair of league games and won 1 of 3 on a trip to southern Idaho in the past week. . . .
Also on this page is a picture of the JV girls basketball award winners. . . .
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Girls team takes title
The Prairie Lady Pirates lost twice to St. Maries in their season opening softball games. . . .
Also on this page is a picture of the varsity girls basketball award winners. . . .
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Fifth graders Lindsay Heitman and Silas Whitley were the local Tar Wars poster contest winners. Their entries will be sent to Boise to compete in the state contest. The Tar Wars anti-tobacco program was presented in the school last month.

Prairie Elementary's Odyssey of the Mind group visited the Ahsahka Fish Hatchery. In the top photo they check out one of the tanks while the lower photo shows the whole group.

Laurel Henry, left, and Whitney Sonnen were February's attendance winners of "Lunch with the Principal" at Prairie Elementary.

Summit Academy students rehearse for their production of "Robin Hood" which will be at the old Summit Academy building March 26-27 with performances at 7:30 both days plus a 2 p.m. performance on Saturday.

John and Becky Gehring with the tools Mr. Richardson was able to purchase for the Industrial Technology program with a gift certificate donated by their father, Bruce Gehring. Bruce saved Wix fitler box tops to earn the certificate.

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