Updated March 17, 2005
Cottonwood City Council meets
The Cottonwood City Council held their regular March meeting Monday, March 14. . . .
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Foundation helps hospitals
The Dauna Leigh Bauer Foundation donated $4,000 to the Clearwater Valley Hospital Foundation, Orofino.  The funds were used to purchase a Local Area Network or  LAN analyzer for use at both CVHC and St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinics. . . .
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This is 4-H Week
The week of March 13 – 19 marks the celebration of Idaho County 4-H Week.  This annual event provides recognition and visibility to the members, parents and volunteer leaders involved in the Idaho County 4-H program.  4-H Week is also intended to be a recruitment tool for the Idaho County 4-H Program. . . .
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Local students win at state
Taylor Rieman, Carson Heath, and Chris Schnider attended the Idaho Technology Student Association Convention this past weekend in Twin Falls at the College of Southern Idaho.  Taylor and Carson won 1st place in Manufacturing with their . . .
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Pirates lose 3 of 4
The Prairie High School baseball team lost 3 games at Orofino then came back to win their league opener against Kendrick. . . .
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Lady Pirates take 4th at Orofino
The Prairie Lady Pirates won 1 of 3 games and finished in 4th place in the Orofino Tournament. . . .
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21 out for Track
There are 13 girls and 8 boys on this year’s Prairie High School track team.
Returning are several state qualifiers for last year’s 2-A meet. This will be Prairie’s first year competing at the 1-A level. . . .
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Summit News
Stories this week are about the play Summit Academy will be presenting and the Summit Elementary basketball team placing third in a tournament. . . .
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The Keuterville Livestock 4-H Club had fun at the Idaho County 4-H Party held this past Saturday at Grangeville.  

The Prairie High School Rodeo Team with the quilt they raffled off as a fundraiser. It was made and donated by Judy Uhlorn. Click on the photo or here to go to an article about this year's rodeo team.

Some of the cast members of “The Mousetrap” during a rehearsal Monday afternoon. Summit Academy students are presenting the Agatha Christie mystery this Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the old Summit School at 202 Bash St. Performances are March 17, 18 & 19 at 7 p.m. with a matinee performance at 2 p.m. Sat. March 19. Admission is $5.

Chris Schnider, Carson Heath and Taylor Rieman show off the awards they won at the state Technology Student Association convention. 

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