Updated November 25, 2005
School Board meets
The school board held their regular November meeting Monday, Nov. 21 . . .
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Flu Vaccine shortage
Clearwater Valley and St. Mary’s Hospital did not receive the amount of flu vaccines they ordered this year.  According to Theresa Uptmor, SMHC Clinics Coordinator, and Larry Barker, CVHC Clinics Coordinator, the shortage of immunizations means the ten satellite clinics administered by the hospitals will not be sponsoring their regular public flu clinics this year. . . .
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Hospital to host memorial service
St. Mary’s Hospital will once again host a Memorial Service on Saturday, December 3 beginning at 1:30 p.m. in the Dining Room to honor those in our community who have passed away during the past year. . . .
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NICI holds pinning ceremony
Wednesday, November 9, 2005, a ceremony celebrating the teamwork, dedication, hard work, and acceptance of non-traditional roles by the North Idaho Correctional Institution (NICI) Program, Education, Maintenance, and Administration staff, was held at the Cottonwood Community Hall. . . .
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Thanksgiving letters
Allason Zenner asked her Kindergartners to write about what they were thankful for at Thanksgiving and the results are on the linked page. . . .
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21 out for boys basketball; Pirates play at Jamboree; 8 earn medals at Lewiston
Two stories on this page about the Prairie boys basketball team - 21 players have turned out this year and they won 2 of 3 matchups at the Jamboree. . . .
Eight wrestlers from Cottonwood Wrestling Club came home with medals from their final tournament in Lewiston on Saturday. . . .
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Lady Pirates win 2 of 3
The Prairie Lady Pirates won 2 of 3 games to start the season. They lost a close game to Grangeville then won the Tip-Off Tournament by defeating Kamiah and C.V. . . .
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Summit Academy news
Articles this week are on Summit's Veteran's Day program; the girls basketball team winning 2 out of 3 and the Summit Academy honor roll for the first quarter. . . .
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Every year the Idaho School Board’s Association holds a contest asking students to draw a picture on some topic. This year the topic was “Freedom”. Christopher Hoene is holding the ISBA calendar with the month of July 2006 displaying his drawing.

Tim Russell, Chris Schumacher, and Jerry Richardson present a plaque to Bill Jacobs, the VFW Commander for Cottonwood VFW, and Bud Schober, a representative for the Cottonwood American Legion. The plaque has the poem "In Flanders Fields", written by John McCrae in 1915. Below the poem it says, " In honor and memory of all the military veterans who have so proudly served the United States of America." Four plaques were made, one for the VFW and American Legion building, and the other three will be hung in each of the three gyms. Tim Russell and Chris Schumacher made the plaques to honor the veterans.

First grade students in Mrs. Holthaus’ room performed the play, The Three Little Pigs, for the rest of their classmates on Tuesday. They are shown with puppets and props made by Faith Uhlenkott’s mom, Heather Uhlenkott. Standing are Nicole Poxleitner, Sam Cromer, Andreya Nelson and Kory Bahlman. Kneeling are Rhiana Fox, Faith Uhlenkott and Selena Davila.

Shown are several of the NICI employees who received pins or awards at their recent ceremony. See story at left 

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