Updated  December 20, 2007
School Board meets
Offering of college credits from LCSC for classes at Prairie High School was discussed at the December meeting of the school board Monday, Dec. 17. . . .
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Coloring Contest winners are named
Twenty six stores took part in the 2007 Christmas coloring contest put on by the Cottonwood merchants and the Cottonwood Chronicle this year.  Sonnen Meats was the new business to join in this year. . . .
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Photos from the Christmas Parade
On this page are several photos from the lighted Christmas Parade held Sunday, Dec. 16. . . . 
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Kaschmitter is third place winner
Jessica Kaschmitter, a 6th grade student at Prairie Middle School was the overall 3rd place winner in the Idaho State Department of Educationís Holiday Card Contest. . . .
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Ski Scoop
Think Snow.  The Christmas break is just around the corner and it is time to think snow. . . .
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Two chosen for 'People to People' program
Laura Gehring of Keuterville and Cassia Fischer of Lewiston, who is a granddaughter of local residents, were both chosen to be part of the 'People to People' program. . . .
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New track record board at PHS
Have you been up to the Prairie High School gym lately?  If you haven't, then you got to stop in sometime and check out the brand new track and field school records board. . . .
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Notes from Pat
Another year has come and almost gone as we celebrate Christmas 2007.  That means I have been in Cottonwood since August 25, 1975, over 32 years of putting out a newspaper each week. . . .
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Pirates win twice at tournament; Alumni games are Dec. 28
The Prairie Pirates had their first 2-game win streak of the year as they beat both Horseshoe Bend and Council at the annual Prairie Christmas Tournament. They easily beat Horseshoe Bend 63-18 on Friday, Dec. 14, and erased an 8-point halftime deficit to pull away for a 59-43 win over Council on Saturday, Dec. 15. . . .
On December 28th, at 5:00 p.m., there will be an Alumni game at Prairie Middle School.  Players will be the alumni who have graduated from Prairie High School, or Summit Academy.  The game is open to everyone to watch. . . .
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Lady Pirates win 3 games
The Prairie Lady Pirates won 3 games last week, winning a league game against Lewis County then winning twice at the Christmas Tournament. . . .
Also on this page is a photo from the dance team's performance at Friday's game. . . .
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Photos from the Pullman Wrestling Tournament
On this page are several photos from the Pullman Tournament held Dec. 15. . . .
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Summit Academy news
Summit's news this week is all about basketball with articles on the Jr. High boys, High School boys and High School girls . . . .
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Grand prize winners of the Chronicle's annual Christmas Coloring Contest are shown. From left are Sierra Wright, 5 and under winner; Jade Fischer, 6-8 year old winner and Mikayla Riener, 9-12 year old winner. See story at left for a full list of the top winners for each business participating.

Students of the month at Prairie High School are Jalisa Wright and Kyler Shumway. Jalisa is an outstanding student because she is responsible and has a positive attitude.  This year she made some big improvements to be a good student.  Mainly, she makes it a point to understand her work and has a better attendance record.  Her actions have also had a positive influence on those around her.  Jalisa is a good student and pleasure to have in a class. It is nice to have a student who is self-motivated like Kyler .  I can always count on Kyler for completed assignments, attentiveness, and a smile.  Although, thatís not what really makes him an outstanding student.  Kyler learns new concepts and is able to apply past ideas tying it all together.  He has a bright future with his ability and great attitude combined. 

5th and 6th grade music classes sing ďThe Twelve Days of ChristmasĒ at the Prairie Middle School concert. Click on the photo for a larger version.

Shown are the Kindergartners during the Prairie Elementary School concert Dec. 18. Click on the photo to see all the classes.

Abigail Lustig, in the commercial design class, finished a sign for Angieís Crafts and Supplies. This is a big achievement for Abbi when looking at the fact that she has not done very much painting in the past and she did a meticulous and detailed job for a big project like this. Abbi stated that she learned a lot during this time. There was a lot to painting that people donít realize until they have to do it on their own. This whole project took Abbi a total of about eight weeks. Abbi did a great job on this sign and a thank you goes out to her and all her hard work.  (Caption written by Alena Hoene of PHS)

Winter has arrived in Cottonwood as holiday concerts are being performed at local schools. Fifth graders from Prairie Middle School enjoyed caroling for patients and staff at St. Mary's Hospital, Thursday, December 13, 2007. They were accompanied by 5th grade teachers, Mrs. Vanderwall, Mrs. Higgins and counselor, Mrs. Cladouhos. Students and staff wish everyone a Happy and Safe Holiday season. 

Joe Schumcher, James Jackson, and Brandon Ross inside of the ticket booth for the football field that they and Eli Rad built in construction class this fall.  The art class will paint it to match the football fieldhouse. 


Santa Claus listens to youngsters' wish lists at the Community Hall following the Christmas Parade Sunday evening. 

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