Updated December 2, 2004
Concert dates are set
On this page is information on the Community Choir and Prairie School concert dates and times. . . .
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Hospitals provide Health Watch systems
St. Maryís Hospital and Clearwater Valley Hospital currently monitor over 100 in-home personal response systems for people of all ages living in their service areas.  The Home Health staff at each facility install the system in the userís home and work with the Florida based company to provide upkeep and continuous monitoring. . . .
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Presentation planned for Dec. 11 at Kooskia
The third Lewis & Clark community presentation sponsored by the Kamiah and Kooskia chambers of commerce will feature local artists Dennis J. Sullivan and Frances Conklin. . . .
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Cookie Dough sale is a success
Prairie Elementary School along with the Center For Discovery would like to take this opportunity to thank the community for their support in our cookie dough and Christmas sale fund raiser. . . .
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18 out for boys basketball; Wrestling has light turnout
There are 18 players out for the Prairie boys basketball team this year with just 1 starter back from last yearís varsity team. . . .
There were just 6 out for the Prairie wrestling team as of Monday, Nov. 29 although there were 2 or 3 others that may join the team. . . .
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Lady Pirates win big at Nezperce; Pee Wee Volleyball has 27 participants
The Prairie Lady Pirates opened their White Pine League schedule with a big 67-17 win at Nezperce Tuesday, Nov. 23. . . . 
Prairie Pee Wee Volleyball has 27 players attending.  This is the first year that volleyball as been offered to the younger grades. . . .
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Summit Academy news
Summit Academy releases elementary  school honor roll . . .
Summit high school basketball home game schedule listed. . . .
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Elves from the community and SMHC employees are generously choosing paper ornaments from this year's Angel Tree for children from low income families. Requests for gifts can be made through December 10. Presents must be returned to the tree by December 17 so families can pick them up on December 22 from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m.

 Cottonwood was hit by snow Tuesday morning with some flakes getting a close-up view. Shown is a view toward Rienerís from the front door of the Chronicle. 

Andrew Geis with the portable CD player he received for selling over $600 worth in the Center For Discovery cookie dough sale. 

Kelsey and Kylie Tidwell sold over $1200 in the cookie dough sale and received a $125 cash prize as top sellers. See story at left. 

Heidi Holubetz attended the Apple Cup in Pullman on Saturday, November 20 with her parents, Terry and Diana Holubetz and her grandparents, Jim and Janet Pope of Clarkston. Heidi and family were privileged to sit in the President's box along with Gary Locke, current Governor of Washington. The Cougars beat the Huskies 28 to 25 winning the Apple Cup for the first time in seven years. 

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