Updated October 28, 2004
Election is Tuesday
After all the candidate forums, letters to the editor, advertising, debates, etc., itís finally time for the election, which will be next Tuesday, Nov. 2. . . .
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99 pints are donated
This community has done it again.   Wow!   Last Thursday 110 donors came and we collected 99 usable units of blood.  Thank you. . . .
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Teachers receive Governor's Innovatice Grants
Two of Prairie Elementary School's teachers were recently awarded Governor's Innovative Grants for $500 each. . . .
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Red Ribbon Week parade held
On this page are several pictures of the Red Ribbon Week parade along with the Elementary School students and their banners. . . .
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Pirates lose at Deary
The Prairie football team suffered another lopsided loss on a soaking wet field at Deary Friday, Oct. 22, losing 8-56 to the Mustangs. . . .
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17 earn medals at Orofino
Cottonwood Wrestling Club had 24 wrestlers participate in the tournament held in Orofino on Oct 23rd. . . .
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Summit Academy news
The Summit Academy 4th, 5th and 6th grade girls swept a basketball tournament at Grangeville Elementary. . . .
The Summit Academy Jr. High Knowledge Bowl team competed at Highland. . . .
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Adeline Lustig, honor student, left, and Cody Lorentz, outstanding student, are the Prairie High School students of the month for October. Adeline goes beyond the required elements. She focuses her time in school on producing the best quality work. Cody works hard on her assignment and turns them in on time and complete. She is also willing to help others when needed. 

 The Red Ribbon Week parade made its way downtown Monday. Red Ribbon Week is part of the say no to drugs program at Prairie schools. See article at left for more pictures.

Boy Scout Troop 638 held a Junior Leadership Training course on Saturday, October 23, 2004. Training included the following topics: leadership, problem solving and team building skills. Scouts attending: Jason VonBargen, Kevin Karel, TC Litchfield, Garrett Workman, Kyle Bruegeman, Mike Karel, Mitchell Jungert, Reid Wendel and Ryan Dalgliesh.

Idaho County Sheriff Larry Dasenbrock and his staff took time out of their busy schedules to give the Bear Cub Den of Cottonwood Cub Scout Pack 638 a tour of the jail and Sheriff's Office. They showed the boys the dispatch center and explained why the use of 911 was important and why not playing with the phone and dialing was also very important. The boys got to see a jail cell and were shown how the inmates lived when incarcerated. Thank you to these great people for their time and enthusiasm. Shown from left are Gabe Angus, Kelzey Dvorack, Dakota Wilson, Drew Cochran, Garrison Martin, and Larry Dasenbrock.

Kim Schumacher and Cindy Schumacher, teachers at Prairie Elementary, were awarded Governorís Innovative Grants. See article here.

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