Updated September 15, 2005
Cottonwood City Council meets
The Cottonwood City Council passed resolutions changing the sewer and sanitation rates at their September meeting Monday, Sept. 12. . . .
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Notes from City Hall
Fall is just around the corner and that means school is starting, our crews are trying to get a few projects completed before the frost sets in, budget time for the City and elections for Councilmen. . . .
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Notes from Pat
Two matters to look at this week.
The first is to invite people to take part in the column carried on page 2 of the newspaper.  We are asking people to write a guest column for this space. . . .
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Christmas Parade set for Dec. 18
The Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce met at the Coffee Mill on September 8, 2005.  The Annual Lighted Christmas Parade and Spaghetti Dinner will be held on Sunday December 18th. . . .
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Bikeathon set for Oct. 1
It’s once again time to prepare for the Wheels For Life Bike-A-Thon to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. . . .
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Pirates lose big at Genesee
The Prairie football team ran into a buzzsaw when they faced league favorite Genesee as they lost 58-8 at Genesee Friday, Sept. 9. . . .
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Lady Pirates win twice
The Prairie volleyball defeated both Grangeville and Highland last week. Highland in a sweep and Grangeville in a 5-game marathon in their home opener. . . .
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Mystery Night is Saturday; Lady Patriots lose opener
“The Great Outdoors” is the theme for the annual Summit Academy Mystery Night.  The evening will be loaded with prizes, fun and entertainment! . . . 
The Patriot Volleyball team traveled down to Culdesac last Friday for their first game of the season.  This year, Summit had 11 girls join the JV and Varsity Volleyball teams. . . .
Other stories on this page are about the girls who donated their hair to "Locks of Love" (pictured at right) and an article from one of the Summit students. . . .
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This is Homecoming Week at Prairie High School. Shown are the Homecoming Queen and most of the Homecoming King candidates. Front from left are Dan Enneking, Jerad Johnson, Cody Lorentz, Dawn Bower, Lindsey Crea and Heather Schumacher. Back from left are Chris Schnider, Sean Daly, Phillip Henry, Sam Forsmann and Christopher Schumacher. Not shown are Seth Crane, Tim Russell, Clark Tacke and Mat Forsmann. 

Shown are the new offices for Pacific Cabinets, Inc. The building is 2 levels with a daylight basement. They are holding an open house this Friday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

Students Eli Rad, Wyatt Williams and Natosha Scheaffer with art teacher Sonesa Lundmark experiment with paper Mache’ in 8th grade art at Prairie Middle School. Photo contributed by Danette Moea'i.

Girls who donated to “Locks of Love” are pictured. Back from left are Alyssa Frei, Alexa Prigge, Emily Rehder and Lynn Rehder. Front from left are Brooke Schumacher, Tanna Schlader, Sarah Chmelik and Megan Seubert. Not shown are Brenda and Elaine Rehder. 

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