Updated  September 13, 2007
Cell tower decision is delayed
Due to a miscommunication between the mayor and the city attorney, the decision on the conditional use permit and height variance for the proposed Verizon cell tower has been delayed. . . .
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Booster Club celebrates 20 years
In September 1987, a group of concerned patrons of Cottonwood Joint School District #242 first met to address the concern over a nationwide decrease in funding for school districts and the affect it would have on the students attending Prairie Elementary, Middle and High School. . . .
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Ferdinand plans Music Fest
The City of Ferdinand will be hosting Ferdinand Music Fest, September 29th, a fundraiser in the newly remodeled Ferdinand Community Gym. . . . 
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Whitley is National Merit Scholarship semifinalist
Doris A. Whitley of Cottonwood was named one of 16,000 semifinalist national in the 53rd annual National Merit® Scholarship Program. . . .
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Song exchange set for Sept. 26
Musician and musicologist Gary Eller of Nampa will lead an exchange of songs of the Snake and Salmon River regions on Wednesday, Sept. 26 from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Grangeville Country Club. . . .
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52-Pickup winners are named
Here's the results of the first drawing for the 2007 KC 52 Pickup winners drawn at the August 2007 meeting of KC #1389.  The winners are as follows:  . . .
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Farmers urged to apply early
State Conservationist Richard Sims of the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is encouraging Idaho’s farmers and ranchers to apply for the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) during the early sign-up period ending October 19. . . .
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Pirates win big at Genesee
A third quarter scoring explosion for the Prairie football team led to a 68-20 win at Genesee Friday, Sept. 7. . . .
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Lady Pirates pick up first win
The Lady Pirates volleyball team picked up their first win of the season as they swept Timberline 28-26, 25-14, 25-19 at Cottonwood Thursday, Sept. 6. . . .
The Lady Pirates volleyball team ran into a buzzsaw as they fell in 3 games at Grangeville Monday, Sept. 10, 7-25, 19-25, 11-25. . . .
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Mystery Night set for Sept. 22
Have you gotten jungle fever yet? If not, it is not too late! Summit Academy's tenth annual mystery night is just around the comer and this year's theme is "A Walk on the Wild Side." This jungle adventure will take place on Saturday, September 22, 2007 at Greencreek Community Hall. Tickets for this wild safari are still available. There are only 350 tickets to be sold for one hundred twenty five dollars each, and can be purchased by contacting Matt and Linda Beckman, (208) 962-7157 or Norm and Julie Sonnen (208) 962-2368.  . . .
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In the above two photos are the current and original Prairie Boosters Club officers. Top photo from left are vice-president Loretta Riener, secretary Linda Nida, president Chris Kaschmitter and treasurer Marie Lerandeau. In the lower photo are 87-88 treasurer Linda Arnzen, vice president Ted Arnzen and president Dave Shears, Sr. Not shown is secretary Patsy Roberts. 

The Prairie Booster Club made a donation of $200 to the Teen Living Class taught by Colleen Sonnen at Prairie Middle School. The class teaches a lot of the things the old home economics classes used to teach.

Shown above are the two local young men who were national winners in the Catholic Daughters Education contest. In the top photo Nancy Lustig presents Michael Hattrup with his award. In the lower photo Marilyn Uhlenkott congratulates Juston Lindsey.
The PHS pep band played prior to the start of the varsity match against Timberline. 

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