Updated June 10, 2004
Grads earn lots of scholarships
31 members of the Prairie High School class of 2004 received their diplomas last Friday, June 4, in commencement ceremonies at the Prairie High School gym.. . .
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Groundbreaking is Sunday
The Benedictine Sisters at the Monastery of St. Gertrude invite the public to join them a groundbreaking ceremony on Sunday, June 12, 2:00 p.m. The ceremony marks the start of construction on a new 21,800 square foot multi-purpose Conference and Spirituality Center to be located in the field behind the museum. . . .
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Jim Uhling dies in accident
James Raymond Uhling, age 45, of Cottonwood died Monday, June 7 at 10:42 a.m. in a one-vehicle accident near Culdesac. . . .
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Hospital articles
The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare (IDHW) has set July 7-16 as open enrollment for the Childrens Health Insurance Program B.  CHIP B is similar to the Medicaid program that financially helps children in low income families receive medical care. . . .
St. Mary’s Hospital Home Health is accepting registrations for the Fun Run and Walk they will be sponsoring on Saturday, June 26 in conjunction with the Craigmont June Picnic.  The 5K/3.1 mile course begins and ends at Highland High School. . . .
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High School awards given
Prairie High School held their year-end awards assembly last Wednesday, June 2 with numerous awards handed out. . . .
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Track awards are given
Shown is a photo of the award winners for track. . . .
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Graduates flip their tassels after all the diplomas were handed out. For lots more graduation pictures go to the "Grads earn lots of scholarships" page.

Firefighters exit the burn trailer after a flashover simulation. The flashover training was held at the Cottonwood Airport this past weekend.

Keuterville Livestock 4-H Club held their community service project recently, cleaning up around Keuterville.

On Friday, May 28, 56 steelhead fry were released back to their natural habitat.  Susan Sawyer and Megan Johnson from the Dworshak Hatchery accompanied the group and transported the fish to the release sight.  They were very happy with the number and size of fish we raised at Prairie Elementary. The upper photo shows the fry in a cooler and the lower photo shows them being released. Thank you to the Terry and Diana Holubetz for loaning us the fish tank and for the information leading us to this project.  Thank you to Susan Sawyer and the Dworshak Hatchery for the opportunity to have a "Hatchery in the Classroom" project and thank you to all of the students for your help in caring for and monitoring the fish from the very beginning egg stage to fry.

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