Updated November 24, 2004
Cottonwood City Council meets
The Cottonwood City Council held their regular November meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 16. The meeting was postponed from the regular date due to lack of a quorum.. . . .
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24 earn all A's at Prairie Middle School
Twenty-four Prairie Middle School students earned all A grades for the first quarter of the 2004-05 school year. They were McKenzie Candalot, Samantha Keating, MaKayla Schaeffer, Troy Lorentz, Torin Dalgliesh, Joshwa Zigler, Monica Lustig, Justin Schmidt, Megan Sigler and Joshua Roeper in the fifth grade; Meaghan Bruner, Madison Edwards, Seth Guyer, Brock Heath and Michael Karel in the sixth grade; Kelly Edwards, Wyatt Williams, David Sigler, Kelsey Marker, Derek Schaeffer and NaTosha Schaeffer in the seventh grade and Emily Lerandeau, Alicia Pepper and Leora Laurino in the eighth grade. . . .
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Christmas Parade set for Sunday, Dec. 19
At the Chamber of Commerce meeting Thursday, Nov.18, Sunday, Dec. 19 was the date selected for the Christmas torch light parade and Open House in Cottonwood. . . .
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One dedicated Lion
Cottonwood is fortunate to have many dedicated Lions Club members.  One member, Carl Schmidt, was recently presented a certificate and letter signed by International Lions President Clement F. Kusiak in recognition of 42 years of service. . . .
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Boys compete at Jambroee; 14 medal at wrestling tournament
The Prairie boys basketball team competed at the Jamboree at Kooskia Monday night. . . .
14 wrestlers earned gold medals in the final wrestling club tournament of the season, held at Cottonwood. . . .
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Lady Pirates win 2 of 3, JV's win tournament
The Prairie Lady Pirates won 2 of 3 games last week, defeating Kamiah in their opener then splitting two games in the C.V. Tip Off Tournament. Meanwhile the JV squad started 3-0 and won their portion of the Tip Off Tournament. . . .
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Summit Academy news
Summit Academy releases high school honor roll . . .
Summit girls win tournament at New Meadows . . .
Summit Jr. High Boys are 3 and 4 on the season . . .
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Students of the month for November at Prairie High School are Heather Schierman and Kelby Wilson. Heather, the outstanding student, is a leader and led the way for others to help stop harassment at the school. She chose to take a stand and would willingly have taken that stand by herself if needed. Kelby, the honor student, is a great student to have. He focuses well and achieves the high goals he sets for himself.

 Shown are the top sellers in the annual Chocolate Sale fundraiser for Prairie Middle School. They are (not necessarily as pictured) Mckenzie Candalot, Troy Lorentz, and Kaleb Marker in the 5th grade, Lauren Beshears, Justine Fry and Sheri Schumacher in the 6th grade, James Hager, Justina Zigler, and Casey Bruegeman in the 7th grade, and Jennifer Enneking, Carly Behler and Britney Gehring in the 8th grade.

Carmen Koepl was the state winner in the Idaho Farm Bureau essay contest. She won first at the county and district levels which qualified her for state competition. Carmen, 14, lives outside of Nezperce. She is the daughter of Andy and Michelle Koepl and granddaughter of Leona Arnzen of Cottonwood. For more info and to read Carmen's essay, click here or on the photo.

Carl Schmidt recently received a certificate from the International Lions Club recognizing him for his 42 years of dedication to the Lions Club.

The Prairie JV squad with the first place trophy for the JV portion of the Tip-Off Tournament at C.V. this past weekend. Shown from left are Sarah Arnzen, Mandy Geis, Brooke Holthaus, Alli Holthaus, Randi Schumacher, Tiffany Schaeffer, Carolyn Sonnen, Gina Holthaus, Shayla Dalgliesh, Christa Wilson, Kim Schaeffer and Becky Gehring. 

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