Updated  August 23, 2007
School board meets
Bus routes for the upcoming school year were approved with little or no changes from last year at the August meeting of the school board Monday, August 20. They are printed below. . . .
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Fair results
Lots of Fair results on this page plus lots of pictures. . . .
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Freedom Poker Run is Saturday
This Saturday the BusdaStubLUp Saloon and Grub is putting on a Poker Run to benefit the local VFW post. . . . 
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September Tri-Parish Youth activities
Can you believe summer is over?  School bells are ringing and students are gathering as friendships are being renewed and summer events are being discussed.  It is in the midst of these conversations I would like to invite you to join us in this month of Tri-parish Catholic youth activities. . . .
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Coliform found in drinking water-not an emergency
Our water system recently violated a drinking water standard.  Although this incident was not an emergency, as our customers, you have a right to know what happened and what we did to correct this situation. . . .
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Booster Golf Scramble is Sept. 15
The 4th Annual Prairie Pirate Booster Golf Scramble is set for Saturday, Sept. 15 at the Grangeville Country Club. . . .
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GROW!2007 . . . blossoms
What a great time of year!  We all watched the crops grow, we harvested and were blessed with abundant grain.  Now we can concentrate on our own growth---spiritual growth that is. . . .
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32 out for football
There were 32 players turned out for Prairie High School football as of the Watermelon Bowl intrasquad scrimmage Saturday, August 18. . . .
Also on this page is info on the start of Jr. high football and the Camas Prairie Youth Football. . . .
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28 out for Volleyball; Lady Pirates at tournament Saturday
There are 28 girls turned out for volleyball at Prairie High School this fall with just 3 returnees from last year’s varsity squad. . . .
The PHS varsity and JV volleyball teams will be taking part in the Kendrick Tournament this Saturday, August 25. . . .
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The 2008 Idaho County Fair Royalty were named last Friday evening. From left are Queen Dana Groom, First Princess Katrina Baune and Second Princess Kayla Lorentz. 

Kayla Uhlenkott had an outstanding Fair as she won just about everything. She is shown here with her 4-H grand champion steer at the Livestock Sale. She also was grand champion showman for steers as well as for horses and took Round Robin honors for the second straight year. She also received the award for overall top 4-H agricultural project. See "Fair Results" at left for all the Fair results.

The VFW Color Guard took the “Best of Show” award at the 2007 Idaho County Fair Parade. 

The Idaho County Fair Royalty float took first place in the Royalty competition at the Idaho County Fair Parade. 
Darold Black of Black Media Works Productions of Calgary, Canada and his cameraman Dave were in Cottonwood Tuesday through Thursday filming for a new television series - the Dog & Pony Show, America Off Leash.  It is a show celebrating people doing what they love best via stories that capture America in all its glorious quirkiness and spirited vitality.  It features people and places that continue to astound and amaze.  Dog Bark Park will be one of the featured stories.  The crew included spending a day in the life at Dog Bark Park plus downtown interviews with Mayor Denis Duman, Bev Fergason & staff & customers at the Country Haus Restaurant, employees at Arnzen Drug and impromptu interviews from the sidewalk of Main Street. They also filmed at the entrance to town & at Pine Bar. The Dog & Pony Show will be under development for nearly a year before segments air.  Stay tuned for news of when Cottonwood will be featured.
The Royalty candidates performed during the Style Show.
Several of the 4-H models during the style show.

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