Updated April 7, 2005
Blood drive is Thursday
Don't forget the Red Cross Bloodmobile unit will be at the Community hall, this Thursday, April 7. . . .
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Chase ends in Cottonwood
A 34-year old Lewiston man was still in critical condition in Deaconess Medical Center, Spokane as of Saturday, April 2 after a pursuit and shooting incident, which began just before 6 p.m. in Lewiston Wednesday, March 30 and ended in Cottonwood. . . .
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Library to celebrate 20th year
Your Prairie Community Library is 20 years old next week! Come help us celebrate with an open house on Tuesday, April 12th, from 11:00 to 5:00.  . . .
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"Water Bingo" to be presented at Greencreek Hall
A musical mystery dinner theatre event written and composed by Bruce Hurlburt and starring the Vigilante Dinner Theatre will be presented at the Greencreek Community Hall in Greencreek, Idaho on Saturday, April 30.  This annual event is brought to you by Grangeville Arts, Inc. . . .
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Something's fishy at Prairie Middle School
The students in the fifth, sixth and seventh grades at Prairie Middle School spent three weeks studying the habitat and life cycle of salmon and steelhead. . . .
Also there is a baseball schedule change, Prairie is AT Culdesac Thursday, April 7 due to wet field conditions at Cottonwood. 
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Softball schedule change
The Lady Pirates game at Culdesac April 7 has been postponed due to a lack of available players for the Wolves. . . .
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Track Schedule
No track meets last week but we have the schedule on this page. . . .
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Summit to hold science fair
Summit Academy students and staff would like to invite the public to their 2nd annual Science Fair Thursday, April 7. . . .
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Bob Behler, Scout Master and Cub Master of Troop and Pack 636 in Cottonwood, was recently awarded the highest honors for Scouting Leadership. He was awarded the District Award of Merit and the Scoutmaster's Key Award for ongoing valuable service to Scouting over the years. Jennifer Cochran received a Cub Scout Den Leader Award for her leadership and commitment to Pack 638. The Scouts of Troop 638 and Pack 638 are thankful to have quality leaders like Bob and Jennifer who care about kids and invest their time, effort and hearts into scouting. They help scouts develop leadership skills and the scouts have fun in the process. 

The Prairie Rodeo Team would like to give a HUGE THANKS to everyone for supporting and attending the Rodeo Breakfast. Pictured are Top: Lauren Merrill, Cody Gehring, Eric Mader, Jack Merrill and Amber Geis. In front are Shandrie Poxleitner and Diana Geis. Not pictured are Shane Poxleitner, Renee Duman, Kaysie Burchell and Ronald George.

Born Wednesday, March 30 were triplet calves. The calves were born to a 10-year old Black Balley cow and the 3 calves are also Black Balley. Jerry Forsmann said the calves were born at his feed lot on Graves Creek Road. He said twin calves are fairly common but that triplets are very rare.

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