Updated  November 8, 2007
County ordinance addresses solid waste
Idaho County has a great deal to be thankfulóour way of life, low crime rate, scenic beauty,  healthy environment, strong communities, good schools and good health care facilities.  We also have challenges with the reauthorization of the Secure Rural Schools legislation that supports roads and schools.  Additionally, we are having issues with growth, transportation infrastructure, financing criminal trials, and solid waste. . . .
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New applicator truck arrives
Keuterville Highway District representatives were on hand Thursday November 1 to receive delivery of their new Kenworth T800 dump truck.  . . .
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Students report to commissioners
Three students from Prairie Middle School attended the Monday, November 5, meeting of the Idaho County Commissioners.  The students gave a short presentation about the McCall Outdoor Science School. . . . 
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Hospitals receive pediatric training
The Human Patient Simulation Lab from Idaho State University in Pocatello provided pediatric emergency training for area EMTs and the nursing staff of St. Maryís and Clearwater Valley Hospitals last Thursday.  . . .
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History of Red Ribbon Week
The history of Red Ribbon Week is a sad but truly heroic one.  
Enrique "Kiki" Camarena grew up in a dirt-floored house with hopes and dreams of making a difference. . . .
There are also pictures of the dress-up days and the Middle School Red Ribbon Week contest winners. . . .
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Raffle prize winners named
The Assumption Parish annual dinner was held this past Sunday, Nov. 4 and the following are the winners in the prize drawing. . . .
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Veterans Day program at Prairie Middle School
The Cottonwood School District would like to extend an invitation to our local veterans and the general public to our Veteranís Day Assembly. . . .
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Wrestling Club hosts tournament
It was a full house the Prairie Middle School gym on Saturday, Nov. 3. the boys were ready to wrestle. . . .
Also on this page is the PHS boys basketball schedule. . . .
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This is HOSA Week
November 4-10, 2007 is designated as National HOSA week.  During National HOSA week Health Science students educate their communities on HOSA.  HOSA is a student organization whose mission is to promote career opportunities in health care and to enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people. . . .
Also on this page are the schedules for the PHS girls basketball and dance teams. . . .
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Virtue winners named; Summit knowledge bowl team places third
Selected by their teachers and classmates in some instances, the following students were honored as Summit Academy's first 2007-2008 virtue winners. . . .
Traveling to Clearwater Valley Monday evening, Summit Academy's high school academic teams enjoyed their best outing of the year, as one of the two teams there finished third in a tight battle for first, accumulating 320 points to finish close behind Grangeville teams with scores of 360 for first place, and 330 for second. . . .
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The new dump truck purchased through a grant by Keuterville Highway District. A mag chloride applicator will be added with the truck to be used by the member districts of the West Camas Transportation Planning Council which includes the Keuterville, Cottonwood, Greencreek, Ferdinand and Fenn Highway Districts as well as the cities of Cottonwood and Ferdinand. See story at left.

Three Prairie 6th graders made a presentation to the County Commissioners about their attendance at MOSS. Back row from  left are Commissioner Jim Rehder, Commissioner Skipper Brandt, and Commissioner Randy Doman. Front from left are Dakota Wilson, Kayla Duclos, and Leah Holthaus. See story at left.

This is National HOSA Week. PHS members of Health Occupational Student Association are shown. Front, left to right:  Dani Cochran, Brock Heath, Amber Frei, Kara Guyer, Katie Nuxoll. Back, left to right:  Kevin Karel, Jason VonBargen, Seth Guyer, Conner Rieman, Kyle Daly, Sarah Arnzen. 

October attendance winners at Prairie Middle School, shown with their ice cream prize baskets, were Kayla Frei and Kyle Bower. 





The St. Mary's Food Bank had a lot of help recently from local students. In the top photo are members of PAVE (Prairie's Active Volunteers) who had a hat and mitten drive on Halloween. The other photos from top down show students from Prairie Elementary, Prairie Middle School, Prairie High School and Summit Academy with their donations from their respective food drives.

 Ghosts and goblins invaded the bridge party at Dorothy Arnotiís on Halloween. 

Some of the trick-or-treaters that were out on Halloween.

 
October 20th was the first activity night for the school year.  The drug free group began their evening event with a taco feed and then went to the activity of their choice.  Some played board games or video games and some watched movies.  Before the night was over, all the kids and adults ended up in the gym for a rousing game of scooter races, tag, tennis and hula hoop contests.  The group enjoyed spending time with their friends and scaring Mrs. Sonnen and Mr. Nuxoll with their fancy tricks on the scooters!  Their next local event will be a road rally and movie night.  On December 2nd they will be going to Lewiston for their annual Christmas shopping, movie and light trip.  For January and February they are planning a ski trip, ice skating trip, a sledding party and a trip to the elk farm. A bunko party is also in the works. The group has over 50 students from the high school. If you have any ideas for the group or wish to chaperone an activity please contact: Colleen Sonnen SDFS Coordinator or Bruce Nuxoll SDFS Advisor.
 
12 year old Jake Rowland harvested his first ever buck last weekend. It is a 5 by 6 point with an 18 inch spread. 

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