Updated  August 30, 2007
Public hearings held
Monday, August 27, the Cottonwood City Council held 3 Public Hearings. The one gaining the most interest concerned the proposed Verizon cell tower. . . .
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Meza, Masar are honored
The Idaho Business Review has named Dr. Maurice Masar and Casey Meza as Health Care Hero honorees. . . .
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Recycling program changes in Cottonwood
Walco has notified the Prairie Community Library that they will no longer be a part of the recycling program for the Cottonwood area by providing a roll off bin to store recyclables in and then hauling the filled roll off bin to Pacific Steel and Recycling in Lewiston.  . . . 
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Chamber meets
The Cottonwood Greater Area Chamber held their monthly meeting on a August 14th at the Coffee Mill.  There will be an important Forum for the Horizon’s program on October 16th at the Elementary School.  Watch for flyers for more information. . . .
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Clinics to rotate display
The eleven medical and physical therapy clinics administered by St. Mary’s and Clearwater Valley Hospitals are rotating informational displays about colorectal cancer. . . .
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Community dance planned
Saturday, September 15th, the Prairie High School Student Council will be sponsoring a community dance. . . .
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GROW!2007 meeting set
We will hold a meeting for all GROW!2007 host facilitators on Tuesday, September 4 at 7:00 pm at the Junior High Peace Building.  . . .
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Pirates win at Horseshoe Bend
The Prairie football team had little trouble in their season opener as they rolled to a 51-0 win at Horseshoe Bend Friday, August 24. . . .
Also on this page is info on the start of Camas Prairie Youth Football, 6 p.m. August 30 at football field . . .
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Lady Pirates struggle at Kendrick Tournament
The Prairie Volleyball team showed some good play but it was mostly a struggle as they lost all three of their matches at the Kendrick Tournament Saturday, August 25. They lost their opener to Orofino 7-25, 19-25 then lost to Kendrick 18-25, 26-24, 20-22 and lost to C.V. in their final match of the day 19-25, 28-26, 7-15. . . .
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Casey Meza and Dr. Maurice Masar were recently named Health Care Heroes by the Idaho Business Review. See story at left.

The Prairie Booster Club donated $500.00 to the music program late last spring.  Wendy Stauffer, Prairie High School and Middle School band and music director, purchased a set of drums and mallets for the marching band.  Thank you to the booster club for the donation.  The drum set will be used at both schools.

The Greencreek High School Class of 1957 held a reunion on the weekend of July 30 and 31st in the Greencreek area.  The celebration began Saturday afternoon at the home of Ed and Sally Arnzen. The class then went to Jilinad’s for dinner, followed by more socializing at the home of Ed and Wilma Wassmuth.  On Sunday the group met at St Gertrude’s Historical Museum for an afternoon tour and a trip to the Keuterville Pub for refreshments.  That was followed by a barbeque at the home of Elmer and Irene Wessels. After more socializing everyone headed  back to their respective homes.    A good time was had by all who attended and plans were made for another get together in the near future.  Pictured above from left to right are: Front row – Ed Wassmuth and Elmer Wessels. Second row – Irene (Stubbers) Wessels and Mary Ann (Beckman) Rector Back row – Sally (Turner) Arnzen, Jean (Wemhoff) Dustin, and Jane (Wassmuth) Nuxoll.  Class members not pictured were Joan Schmidt and Tom Jentges.

Shown is the 8th grade class graduation in 1943 at Greencreek School. The class celebrates its 60 year reunion this year on Sept. 2 at the home of Henry Dasenbrock. Shown from left are Henry Dasenbrock, Andy Nuxoll, Jim Schmidt, Herb Stubbers, Rita Schumacher, Delores Lustig, harriet VonBargen, Mildred Arnzen, Agnes Schaff, Betty Ann Schmidt, Pauline Nuxoll, Betty Jane Sonnen, Sylvia Beckman, Maurice Wemhoff, Charlie Nuxoll and Joe Wessels. In front is Sister Gonzaga.

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