Updated December 16, 2004
Hospitals receive $450,000 federal appropriation
St. Mary’s Hospital and Clearwater Valley Hospital, Orofino, will share a $450,000 federal appropriation earmarked for technology to ensure state-of-the-art patient care. The funds will be used to help initiate an electronic medical records system and to purchase digitizers for their X-ray equipment. . . .
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Cottonwood City Council meets
The Cottonwood City Council barely had a quorum for the December meeting Monday, Dec. 13 with both Mayor Denis Duman and councilor Max Nuxoll absent.
In their absence councilor Martin Fowler presided over the meeting. . . .
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Two to compete in Hawaii over Christmas break
Ashley Schaeffer as a player and Travis Mader as a coach have been selected to compete in the Junior Olympic Fast Pitch Tournament in Honolulu, Hawaii Dec. 28-Jan. 5. . . .
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Larry Kidd elected as Chamber president
At the regular meeting of the Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce Thursday, Dec. 9, Larry Kidd was elected president of the Chamber. He was vice-president during 2004. . . .
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Pirates lose at Highland; Tournament this weekend
A cold shooting third quarter hurt the Prairie Pirates in their league opener as they lost at Highland 43-47 Saturday, Dec. 11. . . .
The annual Christmas Tournament is set fro Friday and Saturday at PHS. . . .
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Lady Pirates win 1, lose 1
The Prairie Lady Pirates split a pair of league games last week, losing at Lapwai and then winning at Highland. . . .
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Summit boys stay unbeaten
Saturday evening here at home, Summit Academy picked up their fourth straight win of the new year, bursting out to a 20 point 53 to 33 point 3rd Q lead over guests Salmon River, then surviving a five for seven three point effort on the part of the visitors. . . .
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Steve Wilson, X-ray tech at St. Mary’s Hospital, explains to Lorinda Hughes, LCSC Radiology, about how their new film digitizer will work with the existing radiology machine.

 St. Mary’s Hospital is featuring a new Nativity scene for the holidays. 

Calista Karel performs a vocal solo accompanied by her mother Mrs. Laurie Karel. She sings “Still, Still, Still” at the PHS winter concert. 

The PHS Choir performs during the high school winter concert with Kathleen Jenny-Stubbers providing accompaniment. 

Ashley Schaeffer and Travis Mader have been selected as a player and a coach for the Jr. Olympic Fast-Pitch softball tournament in Hawaii. 

New officers for the Prairie Booster Club are shown. From left are Marie Lerandeau, treasurer; Wanda Nuxoll, vice-president; Linda Nida, secretary, and Chris Kaschmitter, president. Click on picture or here for more info.

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