Updated August 26, 2004
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Fair wrap-up
On this page is a wrap-up of the Fair plus the 4-H Livestock and other awards as well as the open class awards. Also included are some more Fair pictures and the winners of the Parade judging. . . .
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Cochran home on furlough
Terry Cochran, Cottonwood Police Chief, is home for a short furlough from Iraq. . . .
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Accident involves local family
There was an accident south of Cottonwood on highway 95 Tuesday, August 17 at about 5:30 p.m. involving a local family. . . .
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Hospitals sponsor press conference
St Mary’s and Clearwater Valley Hospital and Clinics sponsored a press conference in Lewiston last Monday to raise public awareness about the CHIP B, Childrens Health Insurance Program.  They partnered with the Carpenter’s Union who have underwritten radio advertising and press conferences across the state promoting the September 1-14 CHIP B ‘Back to School’ open enrollment period. . . .
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Youth Football sign-ups are Sept. 1
Youth Football signups are set for Wednesday, Sept. 1 at 7 p.m. at the Prairie Middle School cafeteria. . . .
(Next week the PHS football team will be profiled)
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Volleyball team swings into action
The Prairie High School volleyball team gets into action this week with their Red & Black Scrimmage Wednesday, August 25 at 6 p.m. at the high school gym. . . .
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The 2005 Idaho County FairRoyalty was announced last Friday. From left are Queen Carolyn Sonnen, First Princess Amanda Cook and Second Princess Sarah Forsmann.

Best in Show at the Fair Parade was the Keuterville Livestock 4-H Club entry, "The Keuterville Hillbillies."

The 2004 royalty's final appearance was during the parade.

The Color Guard for the Fair Parade includes Terry Cochran, carrying the U.S. flag, who is home on furlough from serving in Iraq. 

Winners of most unusual pigtails in the Pigtail Contest were "Mac & Cheese" Makayla Riener and Elizabeth Orgish.

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