Updated June 24, 2004
School budget is approved
The budget for the 2004-05 school year was approved at the school board meeting Monday, June 21.
Superintendent Stan Kress noted that the proposed budget is the lower than any of the past 3 years. . . .
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Middle School honor rolls released
Prairie Middle School has released honor rolls for the third and fourth quarters of the 2003-04 school year.
Seventeen students made the A honor roll for the third quarter. They were Sarah Arnzen, Jessica Gehring, Nina Li, Alex Richardson, Kimberly Schaeffer, Tiffany Schaeffer and Doris Whitley in the 8th grade; Kyle Daly, Alicia Pepper and Patricia Taylor in the 7th grade; Kelly Edwards, Emily Lerandeau, NaTosha Schaeffer, David Sigler and Wyatt Williams in the 6th grade and Maddie Edwards and Brock Heath in the 5th grade.
There were also 17 students who made the A honor roll for the fourth quarter, but not all the same students. The same students made the list in the 5th and 8th grades while Laura Gehring, Rachel Kaschmitter, Alicia Pepper and Kristi Poxleitner made it from the 7th grade; and Kelly Edwards, Emily Lerandeau, NaTosha Schaeffer and Wyatt Williams made it from the 6th grade. . . .
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Date set for Mystery Night
What’s happening Saturday, Sept. 18th? Summit Academy’s Seventh Annual Mystery Night will once again take place at Greencreek, with activities beginning at the normal 6 p.m. . . .
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June Picnic Fun Run is Saturday
Don’t forget to sign up for the Craigmont June Picnic Family Fitness Fun Run and Walk sponsored by St. Mary’s Hospital Home Health on Saturday, June 26. . . .
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Local girls compete in Montana
Coyote Mule Company’s Bobbi Jo Gardner and Amber and Mandy Geis went to Drummond, Mont. June 7-14 for Montana Mule Days. . . .
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Promoting good friendships
The Crusaders girls’ club would like to invite all girls, ages 10-13, to participate in our bumper sticker campaign. . . .
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A hailstorm hit the Cottonwood area Saturday and shown are some of the stones left behind. Mostly a quarter to 3/8 inch across.

Ron Schnider sent this photo of the aftermath of Saturday's halistorm showing what looks like a winter scene from his home.

A couple of beautifully restored Model A Fords were in town over the weekend. They belong to Floyd Rossel of Bryant, S.D. and Louis Christenson of Verona, N.D., army buddies of Bob Gehring's who were in town for Bob and Anna's 50th anniversary.

The Prairie Faith Formation 7th grade raised $200 in fundraisers that will go to the Badertscher family to help with Skyler's medical expenses.

The Prairie Faith Formation 8th grade students dispaly their check for $500 that will be sent to an orphanage in South America. They raised the money through bake sales and candy sales.

St. Mary's Hospital and their clinics are trying to spread the word about the Children's Health Insurance, CHIP B program which has a limited open enrollment period. Applications and assistance in filling them out are available at a variety of local places. (l-r) Pam McBride, SMHC, teaches Carol Lange, Pioneer Medical Clinic; Alice Hardy, Clearwater County Social Services and Barbara Guffie, Lewis County Social Services how to fill out the CHIP B application form. 

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