Updated November 11, 2004
18 earn all A's at PHS
Eighteen Prairie High School students earned perfect 4.0 grade point averages during the first quarter of the 2004-05 school year. They were: Kevin Funke, Kelby Wilson, Vanessa Sonnen, Brio Laurino, and Briget Long, seniors; Adeline Lustig, Ashley Schaeffer and Danielle Terhaar, juniors; Carolyn Sonnen, Shayla Dalgliesh and Kylie Uhlorn, sophomores and Jessica Gehring, Brooke Holthaus, Alex Richardson, Tiffany Schaeffer, Sarah Arnzen, Doris Whitely and Kimberly Schaeffer, freshmen. . . .
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Prize winners are named
The annual Assumption Parish Dinner was held Sunday, Nov. 7 and following is a listing of the winners in the prize drawing. . . .
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Karel named to Honor Choir
Select music students from District 2 schools will be perfoming in the annual Honor Choir and  Honor Band Concert Saturday, November 13th at the Lewiston High School Auditorium.  . . .
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Annual fundraiser set to go
The Clearwater Valley Hospital Foundationís 8th annual fundraiser, the Harvest Moon Cruise, is set to sail from the National Guard Armory on Highway 12 in Orofino on Saturday, November 20. . . .
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16 earn medals at C.V.
Cottonwood Wrestling Club had 24 participants in the tournament held at Clearwater Valley High School on Saturday Nov 6. . . .
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Lady Pirates win 3 of 4 at Jamboree
The Prairie Lady Pirates basketball team had a successful Jamboree Monday, Nov. 8 at C.V. as they defeated Nezperce, Kamiah and C.V. before losing to Lapwai. . . .
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Summit Academy news
With the virtue of charity consider by many to be the kingpin of all virtues, Summit Academy selected in early November those students who best exemplified the virtue,  . . .
Summitís junior high Academic Bowl Team, down to six members this trip, traveled to Orofino Monday evening for the second round in the areaís academic bowl competition for junior high students from the eight school area. . . .
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It was a packed house in the Hospital Clinic waiting room as the Legislative Tour hit Cottonwood Sunday afternoon. They also stopped at the government housing area and Wimer Machine during their tour.  

 Calista Karel, who was named to the District Honor Choir. 

The Prairie Lady Pirates basketball team saw their first action at a Jamboree held at C.V. Monday. Their first regular season game will be Thursday, Nov. 18 at Kamiah. Vanessa Sonnen goes high for a shot inside as Lauren Merrill, 20, Bridget Enneking, 4, and Brittny Behler, 34, watch.
 

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