Updated September 17, 2009
Bid awarded for Community Hall renovation
Bids were opened for the Community Hall renovation work at the September meeting of the Cottonwood City Council Monday, Sept. 14. . . .
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Chamber of Commerce meets
The Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce met last Thursday, Sept. 10 and is encouraging businesses to put up the scarecrows again this year.  . . .
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Dr. Sigler celebrates 25 years at Cottonwood clinic
It was 25 years ago last month that Dr. Ron Sigler saw his first patient at the newly opened St. Mary’s Hospital Cottonwood clinic. . . .
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Ready, Set, GROW!
WHAT: The St. Mary’s Tri-parish Adult Faith Formation is called: GROW! Small groups provide a great opportunity to spend time with friends while we learn more about our Catholic faith through discussions about our faith and how we can support one another in living it fully. . . .
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SMH nurses pass test
Two St. Mary’s Hospital nurses completed a five month course of study and recently passed a test offered by the Association of periOperating Room Nurses (AORN). . . .
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Booster Bulletin
The 2009-10 school year is in full swing and the Prairie Booster Club is back in action.  . . .
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Welcome home planned for Emma Watson
Emma Watson was born with congenital heart disease although she has undergone multiple surgeries to try to restore her health. She continues to face life threatening medical conditions which made her eligible to receive a wish from the Make-A-Wish Foundation. . . .
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Seubert reunion held; James deployed to Iraq
Descendants of Almira and the late John W. Seubert gathered recently at their Selway cabin for the 36th annual Seubert Selway family reunion the weekend of Aug 14-16. . . .
Lt. Colonel Brian James, Commander of the 141st Brigade Support Battalion, 41st Infantry Brigade Combat Team, of the Oregon Army National Guard and oldest grandson of Almira and the late John W. Seubert of Cottonwood, has been mobilized since early May and most recently deployed to Iraq since early July. . . .
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Library pays tribute to Nona Hood
The Library has an empty spot but it is not because of a missing book.  How do you replace something irreplaceable?  . . .
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Pirates win 14th straight; JV to play Kamiah Monday
The Prairie football ran just 20 offensive plays but scored on 8 of them as they rolled past C.V. 58-8 at Kooskia Friday, Sept. 11 for their 14th straight win. . . .
The Prairie JV football team will play Kamiah next Monday, Sept. 21 instead of Potlatch. . . .
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Lady Pirates 1-3 in match play last week, took third at Kendrick Tournament
The Prairie Lady Pirates beat Timberline then lost matches to Genesee, Kamiah and C.V. last week. At the Kendrick tournament they won 1 of three matches and wound up in third place. . . .
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Lady Patriots start 0-7
Summit Academy’s 2009 volleyball team is off to a very rocky start, competing well in every case, but losing out a t the end to post a 0 win, and seven loss record in the season to date, three of those losses counting in the White Pine League. . . .
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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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Advanced Welding and Steel has been recognized as the 2009 Business Booster of the Year by the Prairie Booster Club. Ryan and Heather Uhlenkott, owners of this business, are awarded with this honor for the continued support and donations to the Club and the Golf Tournament each year. Pictured here with Ryan and Heather are the Uhlenkott children. From left are Faith, Noelle, Amelia, Grace, Eve and Steel. Congratulations to the 8 of you. Photo by Chris Kaschmitter.

Dr. Ronald Sigler with his nurse, Julie Church, RN.  He is celebrating 25 years with St. Mary’s Hospital and their Kamiah and Cottonwood Clinics.. See story at left.

Emmanuel Baptist Church hosted a block party on Saturday to help acquaint parents and children with the AWANA program.  We are just beginning the new year of AWANA and would like to invite children to participate.  AWANA is a non-denominational program for children 4 yrs to 6dth grade, aimed at teaching them more about God's Word through games and club activities.Come check it out on Wednesdays from 6:30 to 8:00 PM at Emmanuel Baptist Church or call us. Shown above is the jumping house at the block party.

Almira Seubert with 3 of her great-grandsons and their mother. From left around Almira are Ryan, Jill, Justin and Zachary James. Jill is the wife of Almira’s grandson Brian James, pictured below, who is currently serving in Iraq. The photo was taken at the 36th annual Seubert Selway reunion. See story at left.
Lt. Col. Brian James, grandson of Almira and the late John W. Seubert of Cottonwood was recently deployed to Iraq. See story at left.
The PHS pep band performed prior to the Prairie-Timberline varsity match last Tuesday.

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