Updated November 4, 2004
Rehder, Doman, Dasenbrock win contested County races
Jim Rehder, Randy Doman and Larry Dasenbrock were the winners in the contested Idaho County races during the general election held Nov. 2. . . .
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Museum urges preservation of historic photos
Do you have historical photographs that pertain to Idaho County? Do those photos show landscapes, buildings, people, farm equipment, and other memories of the past? Can you identify the objects or people in the photos? The responsibility of a museum is to preserve the past for the future. Would you consider allowing staff from The Historical Museum at St. Gertrude to view your photos with you and to then make copies for the museum and for the historical record? . . .
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'Scouting for Food' starts Saturday
Cub Scout Pack 638 and Boy Scout Troop 638 will be distributing bags on Saturday, November 6 in Cottonwood for the food drive. . . .
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Joe Riener retires from Air Force
Itís been a very interesting twenty years since graduation from Prairie High.  I entered the Air Force the summer after graduation and was sent through training in Texas, Washington and California to qualify as an in-flight refueling specialist. . . .
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Pirates finish winless season; Wrestlers earn 18 medals
The Prairie football team closed out a winless season with a 24-74 loss to Timberline Friday, Oct. 29 at Cottonwood. . . .
Cottonwood Wrestling Club had 27 kids participate in the tournament on Saturday Oct 3, 18 earned medals. . . .. 
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Lady Pirates to be at Jamboree; 7th grade girls end season
The Prairie Lady Pirates basketball team will see their first on-court action at a pre-season Jamboree to be held at Clearwater Valley High School in Kooskia next Monday, Nov. 8. . . .
The Prairie Middle School 7th grader girls ended their basketball season last week by finishing 2nd in an invitational tournament held at Clearwater Valley High School in Kooskia. . . .
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Summit Academy news
This past weekend Summit Academy took two teams to Coeur Dí Alene to compete in the debate tournament. Both teams (Jacquie Lustig and Amber Nuxoll, and Mary Wimer and Kelli Shears) competed in the duet competitions. . . .
Traveling to CV Monday, Summit Academyís Academic Bowl, missing two of its top scorers, managed a second place finish to finish the evening in a tie for first place in the Central Idaho Academic Bowl League. . . .
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City Council member is charge of city Lands and Buildings Shelli Schumacher presents a check for $1500 to Lorenzo Gonzales, center, and Martin Fowler of the Cottonwood Lions Club. The money was budgeted to help the Lions with the bike path project in the City Park. The Lions have been resurfacing the bike path from asphalt to concrete over the last two years and hope to complete the project next year. 

 In appreciation for our brave troops serving in Iraq,  the 3rd grade classes of Judy Arnzen and Janet Richardson made mats or sit-upons.  The students had great fun weaving the blue and white plastic bags together and then taping the outside edges together with red duct tape.  Jennifer Cochran and Kris Nida came up with the idea for this small token of our appreciation for the troops.  Our hope is that these mats will be enjoyed by the troops and that they will know how much we think of them and wish them the best!!! 

Heidi Holubetz and Jessica Kaschmitter were the lucky winners of lunch with Mrs. Rene' Forsmann, principal at Prairie Elementary School, for the month of October.  Students put a ticket into the drawing for each day that they attend school.  At the end of each month, two students are drawn and Mrs. Rene' Forsmann treats them to lunch at the restaurant of their choice.  Who will be the lucky winners for the month of November?

The Tiny Tots Learning Center kids at their Halloween Celebration last Friday. 

Election judges sign in a voter during Tuesday's general election at the Cottonwood polls.

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