Updated November 10, 2005
Honor rolls listed
There were 17 at the Middle School and 19 at the high school that earned straight A's during the first quarter. . . .
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Informational meetings scheduled for CSP
A series of informational meetings are now scheduled for later this month to help farmers and ranchers in the Clearwater and North Fork of the Clearwater watersheds learn more about the new Conservation Security Program (CSP). . . .
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Notes from City Hall
The Cottonwood Fire Department is a department of the City of Cottonwood and is, therefore, under the control and authority of the City Council.  We at City Hall are very proud of our Fire Department and the hard work these people put in to keep the equipment in top condition and the time they spend training to take care of your emergency as quickly and as safely as possible. . . .
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Angel Tree Project needs names
The St. Mary’s Hospital Angel Tree Project is accepting names of children with financial needs. Families facing a lean Christmas are encouraged to call Cheri Holthaus or Sr. Corrine Forsman at 962-3251. . . .
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Prize winners are named
Following is the list of drawing prize winners for the Assumption Parish Dinner held this past Sunday, Nov. 6 at the Parish Hall in Ferdinand. . . .
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Uhlorn wins District and State awards
Idaho County 4-H member, Kylie Uhlorn, recently received top honors at the 2005 Idaho 4-H Wool Contest Sewing Awards.  Kylie received the first place award of $100 at the District level and the third place award of $150 at the State level in the advanced sewing division. . . .
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Football awards given; 13 wrestlers medal at Kooskia
Football awards were presented last Wednesday, Nov. 2. . . .
13 earned medals in the Wrestling Club meet at Kooskia. . . .
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PHS girls sports news
Lots of girls sports news this week: Arnzen named 1st team all-WPL; Two selected for  All-Star game; Volleyball awards are given; Girls basketball at Jamboree; Girls Basketball schedule. . . .
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A crew for the Home & Garden Network’s Offbeat America program was in town Sunday, Nov. 6, taping a segment on Dog Bark Park. The program normally airs at 6 p.m. on Sunday evenings on the network but an air date for the Dog Bark Park segment is unknown at this time. The crew films Dennis Sullivan, Frances Conklin and a reporter for the program walking past the large dogs. 

Attendance winners for October at Prairie Middle School were Nick Shears and Chris Schmidt.

Cole Frei was excited to share his kittens with his classmates. Shown with Cole are his mom Dina, and kittens Fighter and Porky. Cole is a first grader in Cindy Schumacher's classroom.

Prairie Elementary students were awarded a pizza and pop party for meeting their goals for the first quarter. Shown serving the pizza and pop are Mr. Deiss, Mrs. Rehder and Mrs. Terhaar. Going through the line and sitting at the table are Mrs. Schumacher's first graders. READING CAN BE DELICIOUS!!!

Stephanie Jungert and Chaye Uptmor take a moment away from their reading to pose for a picture.  The girls are enjoying a couple of good books in the classroom tepee.  This month the first graders will learn about the Pilgrim and Native Americans and the First Thanksgiving. They are students in Cindy Schumacher's first grade class.

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