Updated December 15, 2005
Cottonwood City Council meets
The Cottonwood City Council held their December meeting Monday, Dec. 12.
A motion was passed by the council to approve closing off Madison Street from the water tank to the top of the hill as a sledding hill when conditions warrant. . . .
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Notes from Pat
Looks like Christmas as snow covers the ground and with the chill temperatures maybe with us for sometime. . . .
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Pirates in Action activities
The Pirates in Action will be lighting up the City Park for Christmas on Sunday, Dec. 18. . . .
Also the Prairie student body is holding a canned food drive. . . .
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Nine to be inducted
Nine Prairie High School students have been named to the school’s National Honor Society Chapter and will be inducted Thursday, December 15 at 5:30 p.m. in the high school library. . . .
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Volunteers are valuable
St. Mary’s Hospital depends upon their volunteers to perform a variety of tasks that make a real difference to their patients and staff, according to Sr. Corinne Forsman, OSB, SMHC Mission Integration Director. . . .
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Chamber of Commerce meets
The Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce held their monthly meeting on December 8th at the Coffee Mill.  The main item of discussion was the 3rd Annual Lighted Christmas Parade and Spaghetti Dinner. . . .
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Pirates pull away from Culdesac
The Prairie Pirates switched defenses in the second quarter and took control of the game as they  went on to beat Culdesac 67-49 at Cottonwood Friday, Dec. 9. . . .
Also on this page is information about Alumni basketball games scheduled for Dec. 28. . . .
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Lady Pirates win 3 games
The Prairie Lady Pirates won 3 games last week, winning big against Timberline at home, winning by 3 at Kendrick, and defeating Highland by 8 at home. . . .
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Summit Academy news
Summit students compete in Patriots' Pen contest. . . .
Lots of basketball: jr. high boys; varsity boys and varsity girls. . . .
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The “Pirates in Action” group warms up with some snacks after their hat and mitten hayride this past weekend. The group has more activities upcoming including putting Christmas lights up in the City Park this weekend. See story below left. 

The fifth grade chorus sings “The Twelve Days of Christmas” during the Middle School concert last Tuesday, Dec. 6. 

Janet Richardson’s 2nd Grade class recently conducted a Spelling Bee. The winners were: 3rd place, Calvin Hinkelman, son of Aaron and Vicki Hinkelman, 2nd place, Max Fernandez, son of Jack and Tina Fernandez, and 1st place, Jake Bruner, son of Teel and Kellie Bruner. Congratulations to our SUPER SPELLERS! Photo contributed by Prairie Elementary School.

Bill Remacle of Cottonwood recently bagged this 7-point bull elk on Smith Ridge which drains into the North Fork of the Clearwater River. The left beam measured 51½ inches and the right beam measured 50¼”. Just before he saw the elk he slipped and fell, breaking the stock on his rifle, but still managed to get the bull.  

The Prairie Dance Team spelled out P-H-S near the end of their routine at halftime of the girls game last Thursday. They are shown above forming the P and the S. 

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