Updated September 23, 2004
Busing, grading scale are hot topics
Bus service and grades were the dominant topics of discussion at the September meeting of the school board, which was held Monday, Sept. 20.. . .
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Hospitals, clinics institute new financial policy
Clearwater Valley Hospital and St. Mary’s Hospital and their satellite medical clinics are instituting a new financial policy to address the rising costs associated with providing medical care to uninsured and underinsured individuals.  Last year, CVHC wrote off approximately $850,000 and SMHC approximately $450,000 in bad debt charges. . . .
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This is Homecoming Week
This is Homecoming Week at Prairie High School with the parade set for 6 p.m. on Friday. . . .
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Ferdinand Post to hold customer appreciation day
The Ferdinand Post Office is thanking its customers by hosting “Customer Appreciation Day” on Wednesday, Sept. 29th from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. . . .
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Pirates fall at Lapwai
An undermanned Prairie football team played Lapwai tough into the second quarter then wore down and the Wildcats pulled away for a 0-50 win at Lapwai Friday, Sept. 17. . . .
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Lady Pirates win 1 of 3
The Prairie Lady Pirates volleyball team lost two league matches last week but knocked off C.V. in a non-league match. . . .
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Summit Mystery Night grand prize is split 3 ways
It was a busy September Saturday for many, but there was still a great turn out for Summit Academy’s Mystery Night Raffle held in Greencreek. People came out, not just to tap their feet to old fifties tunes, but to take part in an exciting elimination game encompassing 350 ticket holders. . . .
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Homecoming is this Friday. Candidates for Homecoming King and Queen are shown in their Spirit Week get-ups Tuesday morning. From left are Kyle Groom, Amanda Jackson, James Hood, Allison Jones, Kelby Wilson, Lacey Seubert, Ryan Osterbuhr and Jenna Nida. 

Ryan Daly carries the ball during last Friday's football game at lapwai. Blocking is Kelby Wilson, 44. To the left is Nick Johnson.

Sarah Forsmann makes a pass at Timberline. Also shown from left are Vanessa Sonnen, Briget Long and Natalie Arnzen.

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