Updated November 30, 2006
Ski area may open early
It's beginning to look a lot like winter and we at CBSA are not used to this short of notice or this early. But that's not stopping us from getting our lists in order and the tasks done to get the ski area open. . . .
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'Key Ingredients' special events
The Historical Museum at St.Gertrude invites the public to the last two community events that are connected to the current Smithsonian traveling exhibit entitled Key Ingredients: America by Food. . . .
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Flu vaccine available at SMH clinics
St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinics has received their allotment of flu vaccine.  No appointments are necessary at their Cottonwood, Nezperce or Craigmont clinics.  Walk ins are accepted.  However, appointments should be made at the Kamiah Medical Clinic, according to Shari Kuther, RN.  . . .
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Diabetes program open to the public
Becky Ewing, RN, CDE, has scheduled two public presentations for anyone interested in learning more about diabetes.  Ewing is a nurse at St. Mary’s Hospital and also provides individual counseling sessions for people with Diabetes through both the SMH Cottonwood Clinic and Kamiah Medical Clinic.  She is a Certified Diabetes Educator which requires passing an in-depth test, continuing education and a certain number of hours working in the field to retain the licensure. . . .
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Memorial service set for Saturday
St. Mary’s Hospital will once again host a Memorial Service on Saturday, December 2  at 1:30 p.m. in the Dining Room to honor those in our community who have passed away during the past year.  Refreshments will be served. . . .
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Students job shadow at Micron
On November 15th Alex Flatt, Joe Trock, and Taylor Rieman, three juniors from Prairie High School headed to Boise to participate in job shadows at Micron. . . .
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19 out for PHS boys basketbal
“Talent-wise we have the chance to do some good things come March,” was head coach Jerry Uhling’s assessment of this year’s Prairie boys basketball team. “We’ll be as good as our defense and rebounding allow us to be,” said Uhling. . . .
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Lady Pirates win at Kamiah
The Prairie Lady Pirates used tough defense and a large dose of offense from Kaylee Uhlenkott to defeat the Kamiah Kubs 48-20 at Kamiah Tuesday, Nov. 21. . . .
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Winter arrived over the Thanksgiving weekend at Cottonwood. Shown is a scene from the Chronicle office on Tuesday, Nov. 28. Snow started accumulating in town on Thanksgiving night with about 4 inches by Friday morning. Another 6 inches fell overnight Friday with 1-2 inches more each night on Sunday and Monday. 

Head coach Jerry Uhling directs his players through a drill Monday afternoon. Behind him is new assistant coach Kevin Chaffee. 

Kaylee Uhlenkott battles a pair of Kamiah players for a rebound during the girls game there last Tuesday, Nov. 21. 

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