Updated January 27, 2005
Schools get safety inspection results
The school board held their January meeting Wednesday, Jan. 19 at the high school library and it was reported they had received a nearly spotless safety inspection report. . . .
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97 donate blood
Another good and fruitful blood drive.   We made our goal with 97 donors. . . .
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Local artists participate in snow sculpture contest
Local artists Dennis J. Sullivan and Frances Conklin of Dog Bark Park will be representing Cottonwood at this year’s Idaho Snow Sculpture Championship Jan 31- February 4th in McCall. . . .
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Recall election is Tuesday
Idaho County voters are asked to go to the polls next Tuesday, Feb. 1, to decided whether Idaho County Commissioner Alice Mattson should be recalled from her position. . . .
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Pirates win two league games
The Prairie boys basketball team won a pair of league road games last week. They beat Culdesac in overtime then won at Timberline. . . .
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Lady Pirates win twice
The Prairie Lady Pirates won a tough home game against Genesee then traveled to Timberline to pick up another win. . . .
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Summit picks up a couple of wins
Playing at Riggins Tuesday and hosted by the Salmon River varsities there, Summit’s Patriots picked up two more wins last week, the girls winning by 45 to 36, and the boys’ game following resulting in a 56 to 44 victory for the local boys. . . .
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Cottonwood Lions Club president Lorenzo Gonzales presents a check for over $1,000 to Angie Ahlers of the St. Mary’s Ambulance Service. The money will pay for the EMT course expenses for 4 women to take the EMT course. They are Kim Ratcliff, Miranda Martinez, Debbie Wensman and Nita Chandler. The classes start on Feb. 14 in Winchester. Cost of the class is $262 per student, including books. Helping with the check presentation from left are Lions members Buzz Kopczynski, Larry Kidd, LaDawn Kidd and Delbert Frei.  

Clark and Eleanor Hinkelman show off the plaque they received at the girls last home basketball game as “No. 1 Fans of the Year.”  The award was given by the Prairie Booster Club and presented by Booster Club president Chris Kaschmitter. 

Terry Cochran visited the sixth grade class of his daughter, Dani, to talk about and explain his mission in Kuwait. The students had many questions and appreciated his visit. 

Shane Poxleitner is shown using the new Makita cordless drill that Glenn and Loretta Poxleitner donated to the Prairie High Industrial Technology Program.  Glenn is a past graduate of Prairie High and of the Industrial Technology program.  The Poxleitner’s  gift of the drill and their kindness is greatly appreciated. 

The PHS construction class has built a shed they are offering for sale. Click on the picture or here for more details. Shown are the students that worked on the shed.  From left are CJ Frei, Phil Henry, Becky Gehring and Jared Johnson. Not shown are Cody Taylor and Shane Poxleitner. 

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