Updated November 24, 2006
Hoene appointed to school board
Gus Hoene was appointed to fill the vacant school board trustee position at the November meeting of the board Monday, November 20.
Hoene fills the position formerly held by Brit Groom, who had moved out of his trustee zone. Although there is still 2 years to go on the term, Hoene will serve until the next trustee election in May, at which time he may run to serve out the rest of the term. . . .
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Cottonwood council has short meeting
The Cottonwood City Council had a short special meeting last Wednesday, Nov. 15 . . .
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Notes from City Hall
The City Council has been grappling for some time now with a building problem that affects virtually every department of the City.   The problems have to do with the amount of storage space available, location of the space and uses of that space.  Allow me to explain. . . .
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Book is part of Food Expo
The Idaho Humanities Council has published a book in connection with the Smithsonian Institution exhibit on food. The book called “Dishrag Soup and Poverty Cake” is a collection of Idaho potluck essays on food. . . .
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Center For Discovery events
The Center For Discovery would like to take this opportunity to invite all the young kids in the area to come and join in the fun December 1 for Open til' midnight. . . .
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Prairie League to have giving tree
Prairie League from Prairie High School will have their annual Giving Tree set up in the high school cafeteria from December 1st- December 20th. . . .
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Riener signs letter of intent; 7 earn medals at Cottonwood
J.D. Riener has accepted a track scholarship from Idaho State University . . .
Nine members of the Cottonwood Wrestling Club earned medals at the Moscow Tournament on Saturday November 11. . . .
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Lady Pirates split games
The Prairie Lady Pirates opened the season 1-1, losing to Grangeville and then winning big over Culdesac in a pair of home games. . . .
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Summit girls start 3-0; Jr. High boys have 1-3 week
Close at halftime, 22 to 19, advantage Summit, the local Patriots stepped up their defensive pressure in the second half to gradually pull away from Wilder, and take home for the third year in a row the championship trophy from the annual New Meadows Kickoff tourney. . . .
Junior high ball teams from CV and Timberline proved to be a handful for Summit Academy's young ball teams last week, as the Patriot "A" team dropped both decisions to 8th grade opponents from those two school, while the "B" squad managed a close 25 to 23 win over Timberline's 7th last Thursday evening, while losing 34 to 18 to CV the Tuesday before. . . .
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Students of the Month for November at Prairie High School are Samantha Johnson, left, outstanding student and Alex Richardson, honor student. Samantha is one student that is always full of energy and has a positive attitude. Her upbeat personality is appreciated by many. Samantha takes any job on with great enthusiasm whether she is serving lunch, working in the office or in the classroom. She is a joy to be around. Alex Richardson provides other students with examples of exemplary academic skills.  She goes beyond the norm and excels in achieving high goals in her classes.  Teachers thoroughly enjoy this young lady.  Her example makes teaching a wonderful experience. 

The Prairie Elementary Pilgrims (Kindergarten students), enjoyed hosting the Indians (First grade students), during the annual Thanksgiving Feast! The feast began after each student shared what they were thankful for! 

Several area veterans attended the Prairie Elementary School Veterans Day program held Nov. 10. Photo provided by Prairie Elementary School.After the ceremony, many of the are veterans ate lunch with relatives at Prairie Elementary. Shown in the lower photo are Lynnette, Casey and Chad Miller. 

Students in Sonesa Lundmark’s art classes at Prairie High School painted the new sign on the side of The Hangout. From left are  Vanessa Hylton, Christa Wilson, Cassie Chandler, Diana Geis and Eric Lerandeau. 

Students who met reading goals at Prairie Elementary got to take part in a pizza party last week. 

The Prairie High School dance team performed at halftime of the girls' game against Culdesac.

Local scouts picked up over 550 pounds of food last weekend thanks to the generous donations of the residents of Cottonwood.  They are shown at the local food bank.  If anyone did not get their bags picked up or would like to donate, please contact Rick Workman at 962-5208 or Dan Karel at 962-5350.  Bags can also be dropped off at Hoene Hardware to Scoutmaster Greg Nau or at the local food bank located in the Didier Building on King Street.  The Scouts would like to thank everyone who donated. In the top photo they are at the Food Bank after delivering what they collected. The lower photo shows them at the Elevator while weighing their haul. The 6,960 lbs. includes the weight of Rick Workman's pickup.

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