Updated April 21, 2005
District to seek $239,000 override
The school board decided to ask for a $239,000 override levy at their regular April meeting Monday, April 18.
This amount is $24,000 less than the override passed last year. . . .
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Changes to Middle School honor roll
Some changes need to be made to the Prairie Middle School honor roll that appeared in last week’s Chronicle due to faulty information. . . .
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Hospital news
Articles on this page are donations of AEDs to local schools and the Medline display at the Clinic. . . .
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Victorian Tea set for May 7
The Historical Museum at St. Gertrude in Cottonwood, Idaho announces that the Eighth Annual Victorian Tea is scheduled to occur on Saturday, May 7, 2005 in the refectory of the Monastery of St. Gertrude. . . .
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Forsmann tosses no-hitter
Mat Forsmann had a dominating performance on the mound as he tossed a 5-inning no-hitter with 14 strikeouts Friday, April 15 at the Prairie baseball team beat Lewis County 12-0 at Nezperce. . . . 
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Lady Pirates win at Lewis County
The Prairie Lady Pirates stayed unbeaten in league action with a 6-3 win over Lewis County at Nezperce Friday, April 15. . . .
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Prairie girls take second at Kamiah meet
Competitors from Cottonwood schools picked up wins in 6 events in an 8-school track meet at Kamiah Thursday, April 14. . . .
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The top scholars for the Prairie High School class of 2005 are shown. From left are co-valedictorians Vanessa Sonnen and Kelby Wilson and salutatorian Amanda Jackson. Graduation ceremonies for PHS will be Friday, May 27 at 7:00 p.m. in the PHS gym. 

Theresa Uptmor presents Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) from St Mary's Hospital for use in local schools. (L_R) Clair Garrick, Superintendent, Highland School District and Mike Bundy, Principal, Prairie High School, accept the defibrillators.

Mary Watson celebrated 40 years of service at St. Mary’s Hospital Wednesday, April 13. Mary started in 1965, serving 3 weeks in the old hospital before moving to the new hospital. She was charge nurse (supervising nurse) in the hospital before becoming charge nurse in the clinic. 

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