Year in review continues
April through August in our review of 2005 in headlines.
The chase of a 34-year-old Lewiston man by police ends in Cottonwood, Wednesday evening.  After being shot by police he was sent to St. Mary’s Hospital and transferred by air ambulance to Deaconess Medical Center in Spokane.
Bob Behler and Jennifer Cochran were presented awards as outstanding Scout leaders.
Memories of Pope John Paul II were recalled following his death.
School district seeks $239,000 in override levy.
Top scholars for Prairie are Vanessa Sonnen, Kelby Wilson and Amanda Jackson.
David R. Hardisty, 63, died March 30, 2005.  Following his marriage Feb. 23, 1963 to Camille Baune he made his home at Nezperce.
Dawn N. Huntley, 73, died April 21.  He had served as mayor of Cottonwood.
Eldon L. Lockett, 64, died April 19, at his home in Ferdinand.
Jordon Lee Quick born Jan. 24.  Parents are Rod and Donna Quick.
Karson Jordon Mader was born March 23 to Rhonda and Greg Mader of Lewiston.
Madeline Jeanne Walkup was born April 2 to Jeremy and Maliya Walkup of Bellingham, Wash.
Magadalene Marie Anderson of Colorado, and Matthew Charles Poxleitner of Cottonwood to wed May 1 in Denver, Col.
Kayla Marie Larson and Joshua Tyler Bovey have set June 4 to wed.
Students for the month of April at the high school are Scott Bruegeman and Vanessa Sonnen.
Levy for the school district passes.
Mayor Denis Duman presented a plaque to Dave Shears, Sr. on his retirement after 32 years as a city maintenance worker.
Jesse Ingram, serving in Iraq, was injured April 28, 2005.  His group left for Iraq November 2004.  A roadside bomb killed one and injured four others and Jesse.
Kelby Wilson takes 1st at National BPA conference in Anaheim, Cal.
May students of the month at the high school are Cody Gehring and Ashley Schumacher. 
The Prairie Girls Track team won a regional championship trophy.
Staff at NICI met the goal for their fundraiser and Warden Lynn Guyer got his head shaved as his part in the event.
Idaho Farm Bureau awarded scholarships to Jenna Nida, Mark Uhlenkott and Laura Workman.
35 to graduate Friday, May 27, from Prairie High School.
Top students at Summit are Mark Uhlenkott, Valedictorian and Shane Wemhoff, Salutatorian.
Forrest “Frosty” Hibbard, 62, died May 7.  A memorial wake is to be celebrated at Keuterville May 28.
Estella Margaret Wilson, 81, died May 5 in Port Angeles, Wash.  She was born to Leo and Mary Schumacher March 5, 1924 in Greencreek, Id.
David N. Poxleitner and Margaret Jeanne Helbling of Lewiston to wed June 25th at St. Mary’s Church in Moscow.
Andrea Rose Uhlenkott and Christopher Robert Brannen of Craigmont to wed June 25 at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Cottonwood.
Ashlee Rae Kaschmitter and Dustin Rodney Behler to wed July 9 at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Cottonwood.
Cory Lustig and Angela Rupp of WhiteBird to wed June 4.
Tara Lee Wimer and Jeffery Ross Allred of Rigby, Idaho, to wed June 18 at Assumption Parish in Ferdinand.
St. Mary’s Hospital and Clearwater Valley Hospital receive joint leadership award for 2005.  The award title is “2005 Healthleaders Top Leadership team in Healthcare for Small Hospitals”.  St. Mary’s has 28 beds and Clearwater Valley has 23 beds.
Dolores Seubert to celebrate 80th with an Open House at the Keuterville Parish Hall.  The celebration to be hosted by her children.
Students for the month of June are James Hood and Chad Arnzen at the high school.
Students of the year are Chris Rehder and Amanda Jackson at the high school.
Dar and Wayne Forsmann are elected boosters of the year by the Prairie Boosters Club.
One-Hour Photo was named business booster by the Prairie Booster Club.  Owners are Robert and Linda Nida.
Sr. Mary Marge Goeckner and Sr. Angela Uhlorn celebrate 50th Jubilees at Monastery of St. Gertrude June 18.
Regina Hollandsworth celebrated her 85th birthday June 11 with family and friends.
A train joins events and rides at the annual Greencreek 4th of July this year.  The men of the parish made the train during the winter.
Michael Seubert was named a finalist in the national American Legion scholarship program.
Sr. Mildred Lustig, 91, died May 30 at the Monastery of St. Gertrude.  She was the fourth of 11 children and was born July 11, 1913 to Victor George and Mary Elizabeth Jensen Lustig of Greencreek.
Ruth B. Uhlenkott, 83, died May 30 at Clarkston Care Center.  She was born at Cottonwood June 10, 1921 to Jacob and Katherine Forsmann Jensen.
Agnes Reichlin, 93, died June 16.  She was born Aug. 4, 1911 to August and Anna Schreiber Uhlenkott at Keuterville.
William Lee and Marlene Delores Kelso Jungert to celebrate June 18, 50 years together.
Raymond and Winifred Johnston to celebrat4e 50 years together June 18 at Grangeville.
Harold and Cecilia Schacher to celebrate 50 years together June 25 at the Keuterville Parish Hall.
Ken & Karen Gehring to celebrate 50 years together June 28 with a family reunion.
Carla Poxleitner of Spokane and Will Knezvich II of Pullman, Wash. to wed July 16.
Tara Michelle Schlader born June 9 to Scot and Shelly Schlader.
A basketball signed by John Stockton is to be a featured prize at the annual Raspberry Festival for the Historical Museum of St. Gertrude Aug. 6.
The 4th of July events at Greencreek were well attended and the new train gave many children a ride.  Tom Terhaar was marshal.
Derek Nuxoll won a state contest at the state Farm Bureau essay contest.
Dr. Jeff Edwards, a doctor at St. Mary’s Hospital, accepts a job in Texas.
A tour of the new Spirit Center is reported before the center opens for general use.
Jacqueline Sue Farmer, 69, died June 28, she lived at Keuterville.
Matilda Overlie, 88, died July 8th at Boise.
Joseph M. Kaschmitter, 89, died July 12 at his home in Grangeville.
Mary Anna Schwartz born May 22 to Jared and Annamarie Schwartz and was Baptized June 5th.
Theresa Felicity Hattrup was born July 5 to Joseph and Mary Hattrup.
Willie and Theresa Wemhoff to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house July 23.  They were married July 19, 1855 in Greencreek.
Percy and Edna Roeper celebrate 60 years together with their family.  They were married June 26, 1945 at St. Mary’s Catholic Church.
Ambrose and Margie Schumacher celebrate their 50th anniversary with a Mass and reception.  They were married Aug. 27, 1955 in Greencreek.
Five local girls try out for Idaho County Fair Queen.  They are Charlene Duman, Bridget Enneking, Tessica Nuxoll, Shandrie Poxleitner and Tabitha Seubert.
Beth Schumacher receives a liver transplant July 19 at LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City, UT>
George and Karla Enneking are marshals for the 2005 Idaho County Fair.
An exhibit at the Farm & Ranch museum in memory of Eva and Elmer Taylor was of interest to many fair visitors.
Adeline Lustig wins round robin at the fair.
Royalty for 2006 were Queen Bridget Enneking, Princesses Tabitha Seubert and Tessica Nuxoll. 
Juanita R. Bunney, 84, died July 30 at Lewiston.
Mary M. Zodrow, 96, died July 19 at Wenatchee, Wash.
Howard Schwartz, 48, died July 23 in California.
Agnes A. Schmidt, 85, died Aug. 9 at her home in Clarkston.
Karissa Rose Uhlenkott, infant, died Aug. 12.  Parents were Lisa and Ted Uhlenkott.
Taeler Nicola Key born July 28 to Bill and Tabitha Key.
James Lawrence Stubbers born Aug. 6 to Craig and Rachel Stubbers.
Kolby Lawrence and Karissa Rose Uhlenkott born June 3 to Ted and Lisa Uhlenkott.
Andy J. Harman to Stacey A. Mankin to wed Aug. 27 in Orofino.
Michele Dawn Lamont to Chad Robert Elbert to wed in October in Los Angeles.
Leslie Kelly Behler wed Daniel Wayne McIntire June 11 at St. Mary’s Catholic Church.
To be continued

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