Updated September 30, 2004
Clinic to offer flu shots
St. Maryís Hospital and Clinics will be offering flu shots during October.  Their Cottonwood Clinic will provide the immunizations on Mondays, October 4 and October 11.  The Kamiah Medical Clinic will offer the shots on Wednesdays, October 6 and October 13. Pneumonia vaccinations are also available. . . .
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Notes from Pat
While walking on Main Street this Tuesday morning I want to note that the fall decorations are very attractive.
Most of the posts along Main had a stalk of corn and orange, yellow and red leaves around the posts and corn. Some had flat scarecrows also fastened to the post. . . .
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Dr. Masar to be honored
Dr. Maurice Masar will receive the 2004 Idaho Trustee of the Year award during the Idaho Hospital Associationís Annual Convention, October 2-5, in Sun Valley. . . .
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Greencreek Dinner returns
The Greencreek Dinner, a political tradition in Idaho County, is returning. This event has a long history beginning with the initial campaign of Frank Church for the seat of Senator of Idaho in the late 1950ís to Cecil Andrus to other Democratic candidates for state and national offices and continuing through the 1980ís. . . .
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Pirates lose to Kendrick
The Prairie football team continued their tough season as they were beaten by Kendrick 8-56 in the Piratesí Homecoming game Friday, Sept. 17. . . .
Also here is information about the Wrestling Club signups. . . .
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Lady Pirates have tough week
The Prairie Lady Pirates volleyball team lost two league matches last week, to Highland on Tuesday and to Kendrick on Thursday, both in 4 games. . . .
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Kelby Wilson and Allison Jones were named Homecoming King and Queen during halftime of the football game. 

The senior class float "I have a dream" was judged as the winning Homecoming float. For pictures of all the floats, click here or on the picture above.

The PHS band leads the Homecoming parade.

Dan Altman, assistant wrestling coach, is presented a $1000 check by theBooster Club, represented by Cheri Holthaus and Chris Kaschmitter. The funds will go toward purchasing a new wrestling mat. The funds were raised during the Booster Club's golf tournament held last Saturday at Grangeville.

About 30 people attended the St Mary's Hospital CT Open House last week.  Kevin Daly, Radiology Department, explains the equipment to Eleanor and Clark Hinkelman and Fr. Meinrad Schallberger.

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