Updated November 20, 2008
School Board meets
The school board held their regular November meeting Monday, Nov. 17. . . .
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Karels named Reps of the Year
The DM Discoveries (DMD) Area Rep of the year award was presented this past week to Dan and Laurie Karel of Cottonwood by DMD.  . . .
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14 earn straight A's at PHS
Fourteen students at Prairie High School earned perfect 4.0 grade point averages for the first quarter at Prairie High School. They were Taylor Ratcliff, NaTosha Schaeffer, Mary Shears, Kyler Shumway and David Sigler juniors; Seth Guyer, D.J. Walker and Silas Whitley, sophomores; and Mckenzie Candalot, Torin Dalgliesh, Samantha Keating, MaKayla Shaeffer, Ashley Shumway and Megan Sigler, freshmen. . . .
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Memorial service is Saturday
St. Mary’s Hospital is reminding community members that a Memorial Service is planned for Saturday, November 22 at 1:30 p.m. . . .
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Final vote tallies by precinct
On this page is a grid showing the final vote tallies in Idaho County by precinct. . . .
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Angel Tree to again help Santa
For the eleventh year in a row St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinics will sponsor a Christmas ‘Angel Tree’ for low income families in the area. . . .
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100 years ago this month
From August 2008 until August 2009, the sisters of the Monastery of St. Gertrude are celebrating 100 years “at home” in Idaho. During the year and as a monthly feature, the Historical Museum at St. Gertrude will be contributing a feature entitled “100 Years Ago This Month” for the Cottonwood Chronicle.  We hope you enjoy this historical venture.  We welcome your comments. . . .
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52-Pickup winners are named
Knights of Columbus #1389 have drawn the first 21 winners in this year’s 52-Pickup drawing. They held drawings for 7 weeks each at the September, October and November meetings. . . .
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Pirates shut out Deary 22-0, advance to state title game; Grangeville team wins Night Shoot
The Prairie Pirates recorded their second shutout of the state playoffs as they knocked off Deary 22-0 Friday, Nov. 14 at the Kibbie Dome in Moscow. That puts them into the state championship game against Oakley, which is set for this Friday, Nov. 21 at 6 p.m. also at the Kibbie Dome.
It’s finally decided. We have chosen a winning team. Actually everyone who showed up and participated in these foul weathered evenings are winners.  But for high score for the six weeks goes to "Our Team" from Grangeville with a 1215 for score. . . .
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Lady Pirates Basketball schedule
On this page is the schedule for the Lady Pirates basketball team. . . .
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Summit releases high school honor roll; Summit girls win New Meadows tourney
Summit Academy released honor roll and perfect attendance lists this past week with results as follows: . . .
Opening their new season with a bang last weekend, Summit Academy girls traveled to New Meadows for their annual Kickoff Tourney there, and came away with two relatively easy victories to bring home the championship plaque, a repeat of achievements attained by the Summit girls several times in the past. . . .
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Letters to the editor
Letters to the editor that appeared in this week's print edition of the Chronicle. . . .
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Richard Jacobs VFW Post 4902 has announced the winners of their annual academic contests. Winners of the Voice of Democracy were Margaret Yalbuw, 1st; Kristine Poxleitner, 2nd and Dustin Lustig, 3rd. Winners of the Patriots Pen essay contest were Sarah Chmelik, 1st; Dan Wemhoff, 2nd; and Julia Osborne, 3rd. Poxleitner is a student at Prairie High School while the rest are all students at Summit Academy.Patty Hinkelman was chosen as Teacher of the Year. She teaches at Prairie High School. First place winners will advance to competition at the District level. In the top photo are the Summit students. From left they are Sarah Chmelik, Margaret Yalbuw, Dustin Lustig, Dan Wemhoff and Julia Osborne. In the lower photo are the winners from Prairie, Kristine Poxleitner, left, and teacher of the year Patty Hinkelman.

Over 60 students from high schools throughout North Central Idaho participated in the band concert. Music was demanding and challenging, and all of students rose to the occasion with an outstanding community concert. Selections included a John Phillip Sousa March, "Free Lance March", and a newly commissioned composition, "Idaho Celebration", along with several other inspiring pieces. Prairie H.S. honor students: (top photo from left) 1st Clarinet - Gina Seubert; 2nd Clarinet - Justina Zigler; 1st Trombone - Jonathan VanHouten; Baritone Sax - Dani Cochran and 2nd Alto Sax - Kylee Simons. Lower photo from left 2nd Trumpet - Mike Karel and 2nd Trumpet - Silas Whitley. Also shown is the honors band director.

Kyle Daly breaks free for a 49 yard run that set up Prairie's second touchdown against Deary. Prairie plays Oakley in the State Championship game Friday, Nov. 21 at 6 p.m. at the Kibbie Dome in Moscow.

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