Updated August 4, 2005
5 local girls vie for Fair Royalty
Five young women, all Prairie High School students, are competing for the 2006 Idaho County Fair Royalty.
They are Charlene Duman, Bridget Enneking, Tessica Nuxoll, Shandrie Poxleitner and Tabitha Seubert. . . .
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Museum fundraiser is Sunday
The St. Gertrude Raspberry Festival is on Sunday, Aug. 7 on the grounds of St. Gertrude Monastery, in the Prairie High School gym and the quilt show is in the large conference room of the new Spirit Center. . . .
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Saddliers to compete at state
On Sunday, July 10th, after spending the previous day at the Idaho County Horse Show at the Grangeville Border Days arena, seven young ladies began their journey to Boise, Idaho and the State 4-H Competition in Illustrated Talk, Horse Bowl, and Horse Judging. . . .
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Craigmont Clinic to remain open
The Craigmont Medical Clinic will continue its regular hours, Monday and Wednesdays.  It will be staffed by Megan Wilson, SMHC Family Nurse Practitioner, during the month of August. . . .
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Football practice to start
The first practice for the Prairie High School  football team is set for next Monday, August 8 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the football field. . . .
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Midsummer Night's Relay is August 5
Donít forget this next Friday evening is the event of the summer!  St. Maryís Hospital is sponsoring their second annual Midsummer Relay on August 5.  . . .
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Summit preregistration is Tuesday; school supply lists
Summit Academy will be having a pre-registration day on Tuesday, August 9th. Summit will be open from 12 noon to 5 p.m. and again from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. on that day. . . .
Also on this page are the school supply lists for all the grades . . .
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This year's candidates for Idaho County Fair Royalt are shown. Top from left are Charlene Duman, Bridget Enneking and Tessica Nuxoll. Bottom from left are Shandrie Poxleitner and Tabitha Seubert. See story at left.

Dr. Jeffrey Edwards and his wife, Helen, were honored at an employee picnic last Thursday evening.  Dr. Edwards has accepted a position in Stephenville, Texas so his family can show horses year round.

Some of the nine new display cases built at the Historial Museum using grant funds from a Lewis & Clark grant. The museum's major fundraiser, the Raspberry Festival, is this Sunday.


Shown are the Idaho County State 4-H Horse Bowl (top photo) and Horse Judging teams made up of members of the Cottonwood Saddliers. Top photo clockwise from top left are Adeline Lustig, Kayla Uhlenkott, Kelly Edwards and NaTosha Schaeffer. Bottom photo from left are Adeline Lustig, Allana Kudebeh, NaTosha Schaeffer, MaKayla Schaeffer and Kari Fogleman. See story.
 
 
 

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