Updated January 10, 2008
Blood drive set for Jan. 22
Yes, it is that time again.  The Blood Mobile Unit will be at the Community Hall on Tuesday, Jan 22 from 12 to 6 p.m. . . .
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Holy Cross Church seeks funds for roof
Long ago behind a picket fence in a little village at the base of Cottonwood Butte, stood a simple country church. . . .
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Ski Scoop
Attention skiers and snowboarders, the Cottonwood Butte is open for the weekends. . . . 
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Year in review concludes
August through December's headlines are included this week. . . .
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SMHC offers reminder on 'Healthy Me' classes
The free ‘Healthy Me’ classes sponsored by St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinics will be offered next week Monday through Wednesday, January 14 through 16th in the Cottonwood Medical Clinic Reception area from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. . . .
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Business Chili Cook-off
On Jan. 12th the Team for Africa will be hosting seven of our local businesses as they compete for the title “Business Chili Cook-Off Winner 2008.”  . . .
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Prairie League adopts SGH Hospice for Christmas gifts
Last year the Prairie High School girls' service group (Prairie League) adopted SGH hospice as the program they wanted to buy gifts for the Christmas season. . . .
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Pirates rally to beat Nezperce
Down 6 with just over 5 minutes to play, the Prairie Pirates rallied to beat Nezperce 48-44 in a non-league matchup at Cottonwood Friday, January 4. . . .
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Lady Pirates win at Kamiah
The Prairie Lady Pirates completed a season sweep of Kamiah when they won 35-29 on the Kubs home floor Thursday, January 3.
Defense and rebounding were the keys for the Pirates. . . .
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Two earn medals at Kamiah Tournament
James Jackson and Jake Wimer each earned a third place medal at the Kamiah Wrestling Tournament held January 4-5, the highest finish by any Prairie wrestler. . . .
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Summit boys win 2 of 4, girls lose 3
Summit Academy's boys varsity team won 2 of their last 4 games while their girls team lost their last 3. . . .
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The first baby of 2008 born at St. Mary’s Hospital is Kameil Lynne Doney, daughter of Kasha Green and Clinton Doney of Kooskia. Kameil arrived at 7:12 p.m. on Tuesday, January 1 and weighed 6 lb. 2 oz. She is their first child. 

A fundraising effort is underway to fix the roof at Holy Cross Church. See article above left.
In September, Calista Karel, right, and Gina Seubert auditioned and were chosen out of 1,200 applicants from all over the state of Idaho. All-State Honor Choir will be held in Pocatello January 23-26. There will be a Treble & Mixed Choir performing. The Choral Performance is at 2:00 p.m. on the 26th of January at the Stephens Performing Arts Center. The Cost of admission is $5 for adults and $3 for Students. The overall expense for each participant is about $350.00. If you are interested in helping sponsor these girls, contact the school or Miss Stauffer @ 962-3901. The local community help is greatly appreciated.

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