Updated September 2, 2004
Equipment taken at Middle School
Sometime between 11 p.m. Tuesday, August 24 and 7 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 25 equipment was taken from Prairie Middle School. . . .
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Notes from City Hall
The first day of school—a sure sign that the summer is over.  Let’s see if we can make the quick transition to watching for kids in the crosswalk, SLOWING DOWN and yielding to school busses and keep tragedy from knocking at our door. . . .
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Preschool screenings scheduled
A free Well Child Developmental Screening will be provided in September by the Cottonwood School District to all children ages birth to 5 years old.   . . .
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Pirates Treasure Chest
On this page is the second of what is intended to be a regular column on happenings at Prairie High School, focusing on the more positive aspects. The first was at the end of the past school year. . . .
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16 out for football
The Prairie High School football team has 16 players this year.
This is the first time since the late 80’s that it will be an exclusively Prairie program as they dissolved the coalition with Nezperce and Highland after Prairie dropped down to the 1-A, 8-man football level. . . .
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Lady Pirates struggle at jamboree
The Prairie Lady Pirates volleyball team got off to a rough start at a 4-school jamboree held at Lewiston High School Thursday, August 26. . . .
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Grain harvest is winding down on the Prairie. It was nearing completion when the rains hit last week and just got started again. The above two photos are in a field east of Keuterville off Telcher Creek Rd.

Foundation forms and some other concrete have been poured awaiting further construction on the new center being built at St. Gertrude's Monastery.

The Prairie football team is getting ready for their first game which is Friday, Sept. 2 at Troy. Shown here is a blocking drill. 

The Prairie volleyball team got into action last week at a jamboree at Lewiston. Natalie Arnzen spikes the ball.

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