Updated April 1, 2004
Easter Egg Hunt is April 10
The annual Easter Egg Hunt is Saturday, April 10 at the City Park sponsored by the Indoor-Outdoor 4-H Club. . . .
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Hospital news
St Mary’s Hospital and Clinics recently purchased a C-arm for use in their Radiology Department.. . . .
Last week both St. Mary’s Hospital and Clearwater Valley Hospital, Orofino, conducted decontamination for hazardous materials drills. . . .
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Students hatching fish eggs
The eggs in the aquarium began hatching the  morning of Thursday, March 25.  The first "newborn" was seen at about 7:10 a.m. and many more followed quickly thereafter. . . .
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Pirates win first 5 games; wrestling awards given
The Prairie baseball team got off to a strong start as they are now 5-0 with wins over Lewis County, Orofino, Bonners Ferry, Potlatch and Priest River. . . .
The wrestling awards were given and a picture of the top winners is shown . . .
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Lady Pirates beat C.V.; Rodeo team article
The Prairie Lady Pirates softball team pounded CV 19-1 in a game ended after 4 innings on the 15-run rule Tuesday, March 23 at Kooskia. . . .
Also on this page is an article and picture submitted by the High School Rodeo team. . . .
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Two relays win at Lapwai
The Prairie girls track team took second place overall while they had 2 relays win at a 14-school track meet held at Lapwai Tuesday, March 23. . . .
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Ken Kreautler, Don Pitcher and Kevin Daly demonstrate the C-arm portable X-ray equipment recently purchased by St. Mary's Hospital and Clinics.  It has the capability to take 'live' digitized images.
The Caught-Ya winners for the month of March from Prairie Middle School were (standing) Carson Heath, grade 8; Mitchel Jungert, grade 5, (kneeling) Eric Daly, grade 7 and Amber Holthaus, grade 6.  These students were caught by the faculty or their peers in a random act of kindness.

Clearwater Co. Sheriff Alan Hengen, Idaho Co.  Sheriff Larry Dasenbrock, Senator Larry Craig, and Lewis Co. Sheriff Randy Wadley. They met with Senator Craig at Kamiah last week to discuss the Lewis & Clark Bicentennial.

Mitchell Jungert won a God and Family medal for completing the program through the Cottonwood Community Church. Behind him are grandparents Will and Marlene Jungert (who presented the award) and his parents Mr. & Mrs. Scott Jungert. At right is Jennifer Cochran, who received a counselor pin for working with Mitchell.

Cub Scout and Webelos award winners at the recent Blue & Gold Banquet.

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