Updated April 15, 2004
City Council passes ordinance
The Cottonwood City Council passed the water/sewer connection ordinance at their April meeting Monday, April 12. . . .
Also on this page is a 'Notes from City Hall' column by the mayor talking about the Community Cleanup set for next week. . . .
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School Board sets levy amount for same as last year
The School Board, in a special Budget Session, reviewed the several budgets prepared by Superintendent, Stan Kress and District Clerk, Denise Uhlenkott.  The Board reviewed a status quo budget, which would require an override levy of more than $375,000.  However, Superintendent Kress pointed out that the district lost 47 students this year from the previous year, and that loss will cost the district 1.7 classroom units of state funding. This situation, in addition to the already meager state funds authorized again this year, will create a serious funding issue for the district. . . .
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Community Yard Sale is June 12
Sponsored by Prairie High School Dance and Cheer teams, the annual community yard sale is scheduled to take place June 12. . . .
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Pirates beat Potlatch 12-2
The Prairie Pirates improved to 6-0 on the season with a 12-2 win over Potlatch in their home opener Tuesday, April 6. . . .
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Lady Pirates win 2 of 3, JV's lose
The Prairie Lady Pirates lost to Grangeville but swept Potlatch in softball action last week while the JV squad lost by 1 run to the Timberline varsity. . . .
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Nida, Sonnen win at Kamiah
Nicole Nida and Tabitha Sonnen each picked up a first place medal at the Clearwater River Invitational Track Meet held at Kamiah Saturday, April 10. . . .
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Prairie wins, Summit shorthanded at Knowledge Bowl
Traveling to Orofino Monday with a reduced team of six only, Prairie’s senior high academic team pulled off a first for the season, taking not only first place in the individual team competition, but edging Nezperce for top honors in the school portion of the Central Idaho Academic Bowl League. . . .
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Youngsters scoured the park grabbing eggs during the annual Easter Egg Hunt this past Saturday.
This young lady seems to have spotted an egg as has the youngster with his mom. Who will get it first?

Cub Scouts cleaned up the City Park in preparation for the Easter Egg Hunt.

Maureen Tacke signs a letter of intent to attend the University of Mary, located in Bismarck, ND. She was offered a 4-year full ride scholarship to the school and will play on their softball team. The NAIA school has won the national championship in the sport.

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