Updated February 28, 2008
College credit agreement approved
A concurrent credit agreement with Lewis-Clark State College was approved at the school board meeting held Thursday, Feb. 21 at the Prairie Middle School library. . . .
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Vandals hit Pine Bar area
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is offering a $500 reward for information leading to the conviction of the person(s) responsible for vandalizing two vault toilets at the Pine Bar Recreation Site on the Salmon River.  . . .
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Ski Scoop
Only two weekends left to enjoy what has been a great ski season. . . .
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Sali's staff to be in Cottonwood
Congressman Bill Saliís staff will be holding office hours in Cottonwood next week. . . .
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County Republicans meet
Idaho County Republican Central Committee met on February 19 at the Super 8 meeting room in Grangeville. . . .
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Tri-Parish Youth activities for March
As we continue our Lenten journey, we move from the desert and look toward the resurrection of hope and new life. It is the brilliance of Easter that causes the rejoicing and helps us to see the cause for springtime in our lives and in everything around us. It is in the midst of these sacred movements we invite all the youth to join us as we come together to prepare and make way for the risen Lord. . . .
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Signups for Driver's Ed classes
If you are interested in taking Driverís Education this spring and have turned 14 by December 9th you need to contact Judy at the High School Office (962-3901) by March 7th.   . . .
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Four score perfect 25's
Four shooters scored perfect 25ís as the Cottonwood Gun Club posted a score of 74.4 in the 7th week of the Camas Prairie Trapshoot. . . .
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Pirates season ended by Troy
The Prairie Pirates beat Kendrick 55-54 then had their season ended 46-52 by Troy at the District tournament. . . .
Also on this page is the schedule for the Prairie baseball team . . . 
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Girls Softball schedule
On this page is the schedule for the PHS softball team. . . .
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Poxleitner earns state medal
Brandon Poxleitner earned a 6th place medal at the State Wrestling Tournament held Feb. 21-23 at the Idaho Center at Nampa. . . .
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Summit Academy news
Summit Academy names Virtue winners. . . .
Summit students to present play . . . 
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Ariel Whitley, senior at Prairie High School, is being honored for qualifying as a National Merit Scholarship Finalist. Every year, about 1.3 million students take the PSAT test, and only 16,000 qualify as semi-finalists. Only a small portion of semi-finalists go on to qualify as finalists. She is awarded this honor because she was able to score in the 99th percentile in the PSAT test. As a result of earning a finalist position, she has been offered over $150,000 in college scholarships across the country. 


Last week Angie Latimer showed Prairie High School art students how she pours her ceramic molds. They poured Easter eggs, chicks and bunnies. The process is difficult to explain. By actually pouring the molds, students could see how the process works. The results were exciting.

The PHS Dance team performed at halftime of the boys game against Kendrick at the District Tournament.
 
 
 
 
 

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