Updated August 24, 2006
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Fair winners listed
On this page are the 4-H livestock, 4-H specialty project and Open Class winners for the 2006 Idaho County Fair. . . .
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Bus Routes are approved
Bus routes for the 2006-07 school year were approved at the August meeting of the school board Monday, August 21, . . .
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Pictures from the Fair
On this page are more pictures from the 2006 Idaho County Fair. . . .
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Hospitals promote CHIP program
Both St. Mary's Hospital, Cottonwood and Clearwater Valley Hospital, Orofino, are joining the nationwide effort to promote the Children’s Health Insurance Program.  The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation helps fund the national Back-to-School publicity effort that encourages parents to enroll their children in the CHIP program.  . . .
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GROW! 2006 groups are forming
What is GROW! 2006?  It’s an opportunity for adults of all backgrounds—an idea that stems from the fact that “No matter where you’re at, there’s always room to… GROW! 2006.”  How many adults lack confidence about their knowledge of the Catholic faith?  How many miss gathering with friends for RENEW 2000 meetings?  Or wish there was a Catholic religion class for adults?  GROW! 2006 offers a remedy. . . .
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Remacle receives award
Jt. District 242 has been notified by the Idaho Department of Education that Mr. Dave Remacle has received the Best Idaho School Transportation Spot Inspection Award for 2005-2006. . . .
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35 out for Football; Jr. High football to start
There are 35 players out for the Prairie High School football team this year. Head coach Travis Mader feels the team should be in the mix for one of the White Pine League’s state playoff slots. . . .
Junior High football practice will start Wednesday, August 30 after school. . . .
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36 out for volleyball
The Prairie High School volleyball team has 36 players who have turned out for the team this year. The team has a new head coach in Jeff Martin who moved here from Culdesac. . . .
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Mystery Night only a month away
Summit Academy’s 2006 Mystery Night Fiesta is just around the corner and all are invited to attend this Mexican extravaganza! . . .
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Named as the 2007 Idaho County Fair Royalty are from left: Queen Casandra Schaeffer, 1st Princess Jennifer Enneking and 2nd Princess Bonnie Reilly.

The Idaho County Fair Royalty Float, shown, was awarded Best of Show at the 2006 Idaho County Fair Parade.They were also first place among royalty entries with the Lewis County Fair Royalty taking second.
In the Commercial division U.S. Bank’s entry took first with Advanced Welding second and Bennett Forest Industries third.In the Non-Profit/Organization entries the Keuterville Livestock 4-H club took first with Indoor/Outdoor 4-H Club second, Greencreek Active Workers 4-H Club third and the Prairie High School Band 4th. In Equestrian Entries the Cottonwood Riding Club Royalty and Members took first with the Whitebird Rodeo Royalty second and the Grangeville Border Days Royalty third.

The VFW and American Legion Color Guard leads the parade.

Dave Remacle is presented the plaque awarded to him for “Best State Spot Inspection Award 2005-06” by school board chairman John Nida. See article at left.

The Cottonwood Lions Club Saturday, August 19, dedicated the Veteran’s Memorial at Cottonwood City Park to the memory of Rex Bunney, who was the driving force behind getting the monument built. Ellen Bunney represented Rex during the ceremony while Mike Nuxoll, left, and Terry Halbert, right, did the presentation for the Lion’s Club. Not shown are members of the American Legion and VFW color guard. 

From left are Samantha Riener, Madison Shears and Brooklyn Riener. They all took part in the Pigtail Contest.

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