Updated September 16, 2004
Cottonwood City Council meets
The Cottonwood City Council held their regular September meeting Monday, Sept. 13.
In the water report Martin Fowler reported the only real bad news is that they didnít sell much water this past month due to the wet weather. 6.5 million gallons were sold. They had a couple of leaks that were fixed. . . .
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Notes from Pat
A refreshing September morning greets Cottonwood after rain Monday night. 
Also sorrow as the community prepares to bury another young person. Jacob Riener (Jake) 17 died Friday, Sept.10 after a battle with cancer. Friday he was remembered at the football game and a gathering was held after the game in the St. Maryís Catholic Church parking lot so parents and students could share memories and reaffirm their own life. . . .
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Concert is Saturday
Don't miss out on the opportunity to hear world-renowned classical guitarist Alfredo Muro in concert this Saturday, September 18, 6:30 pm. The concert is a fundraiser for the Historical Museum at St. Gertrude and will be held in the monastery's chapel. . . .
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Hospital news
Hospitals plan CT open houses. . . .
Hospital receives funds to help purchase new ambulance. . . .
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Pirates lose home opener
The Prairie football team held an early lead but then got worn down by the Clearwater Valley running game as they lost their home opener 20-58 at Cottonwood Friday, Sept. 10. . . .
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Lady Pirates win 2 of 3
The Prairie Lady Pirates volleyball team won two of their 3 matches this past week, winning at Deary while losing there to Troy then winning at Nezperce. . . .
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Summit Mystery Night is Saturday
And itís the one-two-three oíclock rock. Come rock around the clock at Summit Academyís Seventh Annual Mystery Night. Itís not too late to purchase tickets for our biggest fundraiser of the year. Come join the fun and relieve the fifties at Greencreek Community Hall on September 18th, beginning at 6 PM. . . .
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At halftime of the football game last Friday the Junior class honored their classmate, Jacob Riener, who had died earlier in the day from cancer. They followed this with a prayer circle and a gathering was held in the church parking lot following the game. 

The football players honored Jacob Riener by putting his initials on the back of their helmets.

The Cottonwood Riding Club was cleaned up by a prison crew last Wednesday in preparation for the arena's two biggest events of the year. This past Sunday was the Riding Club O-Mok-See while this coming Sunday is the Saddliers 4-H O-Mok-See.

The front gate at NICI which will be celebrating its 30th year of operation with an open house on Wednesday, Sept. 29. For full story click here.
 

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