Updated May 26, 2005
Bid awarded for heating projects
Hobson Fabrication out of Lewiston was accepted as the low bidder on the heating system projects by the school board at their May meeting Tuesday, May 17. . . .
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35 to graduate Friday
There will be 35 seniors graduating from Prairie High School this Friday, May 27 at the Prairie High School gym. . . .
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Grant moneys are awarded
The West Camas Transportation Planning Council was notified this week that they will receive grant funding for 2 projects in this area, totaling approximately $415,000. . . .
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Prairie Mars Rover team earns honors
Prairie Middle School students competed this year in the Idaho Tech 2005 Mars Rover Challenge held at the University of Idaho on April 27th. . . .
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Pirates take second at State
The Prairie baseball team took second place at state for the third time in their history as they fell to Kendrick twice during state action at Caldwell Friday and Saturday, May 20-21. . . .
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Lady Pirates take second at State
The Prairie softball team had their best ever finish at state as they took second in the tournament which was held May 20-21 at Lewiston’s Sunset Park. . . .
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Nida, 800 relay are state champions
Nicole Nida in the 100 meters and the 4x200 relay team of Kayla Uhlenkott, Gina Holthaus, Tabitha Sonnen and Vanessa Sonnen each won state championships at the 1-A State Track Meet Friday and Saturday, May 20-21 at Boise. . . .
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Summit Academy news
Mark Uhlenkott and Shane Wemhoff are the valedictorian and salutatorian respectively for Summit Academy's first ever graduating class. . . .
Also on this page is a picture from rehearsals for Summit's presentation of "Twelfth Night" which will be performed May 28, 29 and 30 at Summit. . . .
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Prairie had two state champions on the track team while the team finished second, just 1 point out of first. On top is Nicole Nida receiving her first place medal for the 100 meter dash while in the lower picture is the 800 relay team after medals were awarded. On top are Vanessa and Tabitha Sonnen with Gina Holthaus in the middle and Kayla Uhlenkott kneeling in front.

The PHS band performs during the high school spring concert.

The Mountain Man shows a trap used to catch small animals to 4th graders at the City Park Tuesday, 

In the top photo are Christopher Hoene, Frank Spencer, Tayler Heitman, Cody Tillinghast, Mckenzie Rieman, Hanna Casey, Shelby VonBargen and Logan Dahlen.  They challenged seven other fourth grade teams in our annual Idaho Trivia History Bee. They answered 44 questions correctly and was declared the winner of the contest. 
In the second photo is the other Prairie team took second place overall. They are Kade Perrin, Kody Duclos, Erika Pepper, Alex Duman, Claire Whitley, Tannor Ratcliff, Kendall Schumacher, Shane Stubbers, and Marcus Higgins
After the History Bee the Fourth Graders ate lunch at the Heart of the Monster. We toured the area and learned that the Indians story of how they believed they were created.

The Cottonwood Gun Club members held their annual awards banquet in April.  Pictured are trophy winners for the 10 week Camas Prairie Shoot: (front row left to right) Bob McCartney, Joe Lustig, Denis Duman and Butch Spencer; (2nd row) Mike Long, Jesse Duman, Lowell Mader, Jean Poxleitner, Jean Spencer, Ashley Schaeffer and Andy Uhlorn; (back row) Nick McMillan, Brad Fischer, John Kaschmitter, Ben Schuster, Brian Schaeffer and Scott James. 

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