Updated April 16, 2009
Cottonwood awarded signage grant
Cottonwood City Councilman Jack Duman reported the city has been awarded a $30,000 signage grant at the April meeting Monday, April 13. . . .
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Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce meets
The Greater Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce held their April meeting last Wednesday, April 8 at the Duman Mini-Mall. The major upcoming event is the NICI thank you barbecue put on by the school district and the Chamber on Thursday, May 7. . . .
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Prairie Horizons to meet
The next meeting of the Prairie Horizons Steering Committee and Action Teams will be held this Friday, April 17th at 11:00 AM at the Country Haus. . . .
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Robot article goes national
The March 28th Lewiston Morning Tribune article about the RP-7 robots at St. Maryís and Clearwater Valley Hospitals was picked up and appeared in USA Today on Saturday, April 4th. . . .
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16 graduate at NICI
Sixteen students graduated with a General Education Development (GED) certificate from the Robert Janss School at NICI  on April 2, 2009. . . .
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Free job search workshop
Wednesday April 29th 2009 from 1:00 pm-4:00 pm the Idaho Dept. Of Labor will host a free job search workshop. . . .
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Chinese Remembering 2009
Chinese Remembering 2009 highlights the influence and contributions of the Chinese to Idaho and Northwest history. . . .
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Monastery celebrates 100 years in Idaho
From August 2008 until August 2009, the sisters of the Monastery of St. Gertrude are celebrating 100 years ďat homeĒ in Idaho.  . . .
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Pirates rally to beat Genesee, Lewis County; David Sigler receives honors
The Prairie baseball team came from behind to beat both Genesee and Lewis County in baseball action last week. . . .
David Sigler was recently honored by being named to the Class 1-A all-state boys basketball team by the Idaho Statesman. . . 
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Lady Pirates win twice
The Prairie Lady Pirates won a non-league game against Grangeville then a league game against Lapwai, both at Cottonwood last week. . . .
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Shumway shatters shot put record
Prairie took part in two track meets last week, one in Lapwai and the other in Kamiah. At the Lapwai meet Kyler Shumway broke his own school record in the shot put by nearly 3 feet. . . .
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Letters to the editor
On this page are letters to the editor that appeared in this week's print edition. . . . 
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This young lady has found an egg. She was in the 0-4 year old group at the Cottonwood Easter Egg Hunt Saturday, April 11. Cold, rainy conditions didnít seem to reduce the participation any. Additional photos at bottom of page.

Students of the month for April at Prairie High School are Ashley Shumway and Curtis Nuxoll. Ashley was nominated in Physical Science class due to her tremendous work ethic and dedication to school.  She always takes the time to finish assignments thoroughly and completely.  She goes out of her way to help her group members when they have a question on the assignment.  Overall, Ashley is a very conscientious  student and puts forth an enormous amount of time and effort into anything she does. Curtisís participation in class is sure to provoke thought, if not amusement. Curtis never fails to be respectful not only to the teacher but fellow classmates as well. Most importantly, Curtis is REAL, and that is always appreciated.


Shown are the members of the 1st Place State HOSA Bowl team. In the top photo from left are Brock Heath, Josh Zigler, Kyle Daly and Conner Rieman. In the lower photo they are shown during the competition. Also placing at state but not shown were: CPR / First Aid 3rd Place Dani Cochran and Kayla Johnson; Medical Reading 3rd Place Demetria Reiner, Kara Guyer and Mike Karel; Medical Terminology 3rd Place Conner Rieman. 

Several more photos from the Cottonwood Easter Egg Hunt. Click on any of them for a larger view.
 
 

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