Updated December 10, 2009
Seubert named to all-state choir
Prairie H.S. senior, Gina Seubert has been selected for the Idaho Music Educators All State Choir . . .
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Holiday hours at Historical Museum
The Historical Museum at St. Gertrude is open year round, Tuesday thru Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; however, during the holidays we will be on slightly reduced hours to allow our employees time to enjoy this special time of year. . . .
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Tri-Parish putting together children's choir
The Tri-Parish is putting together a Children's Choir to sing one or two Christmas Carols at the 5pm Mass at St. Mary's on Christmas Eve. . . .
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CFD extends Christmas sale
Because of the amount of generous donations the Center for Discovery will be extending their Christmas sale one extra day to Friday December 11th . . .
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Middle School students get taste of Dutch Christmas traditions
Twas three weeks before Christmas and all through the school every student was wondering. . . .
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Wilson to be honored
The University of Idaho Alumni Association will honor 56 senior-level undergraduate, graduate and law students with the Award for Excellence at a banquet, Friday, Dec. 11, on the Moscow campus. . . .
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Emma Watson is first Prairie ROCKS guest
The first guest for the Prairie ROCKS faith formation program is 7 yr. old Emma Watson.  Emma is the daughter of John and Patti Watson of Craigmont. . . .
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Biggest loser challenge 2010
Are you up for the challenge?  Our Health…Our Community would like to challenge you to look and feel your best in 2010.  The "Biggest Loser Challenge”, . . .
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School concert dates are set
The Prairie Elementary School Christmas concert is set for Friday, Dec. 11 at 1:30 p.m. . . .
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Pirates beat Grangeville, edged by Troy; Football awards given
The Pirates opened 1-1 by beating Grangeville by 31 then losing to Troy by 2. . . .
A photo of the football award winners is shown. . . .
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Lady Pirates lose to Grangeville
The Prairie Lady Pirates had a lot of trouble getting any offense going as they lost to Grangeville 14-50 as part of the Idaho County Shootout Friday, Dec. 4 at Cottonwood. . . .
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PHS wrestling schedule
On this page is the PHS wrestling schedule. . . .
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Summit Academy news
Traveling to New Meadows Friday and Saturday of last week proved a first for Summit Academy, as the Patriot boys duplicated the Patriot girls success two weeks earlier in winning the annual Meadows Valley Tip Off tourney. . . .
Alternating 7th and 8th grade games with Sts. Peter and Paul of Grangeville, neither school having sufficient players to field both teams, Summit Academy boys have posted a mid-season 4 win and 3 loss record against other teams in the league. . . .
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NaTosha Schaeffer, Amber Holthaus and Haleigh Schmidt of Prairie along with representatives of Grangeville display the check for $1217 that will go to the local food banks. Funds were generated at the “Idaho County Shootout” from sale of Spirit Chain links and from the number of fans for each school that showed up dressed in school colors. Grangeville wound up winning the spirit award.

Festive crews from NICI along with Sergeant Mary Strang were seen last Friday putting up Christmas lights at the Centennial Gardens; the lights are sponsored by the Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce.   The Chamber would like to thank NICI for volunteering to help with this project, City Electric who donated parts and labor to get electricity to the Centennial Gardens and Avista for providing the power for the lights.   The Chamber would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and we hope to see you all at our Annual Lighted Christmas Parade on December 20th.

 The Idaho County Sheriff’s Dept. sponsored the Idaho County Shootout last Friday and the deputies also pitched in and helped out in the snack bar.

Prairie Middle School students get a taste of Dutch Christmas tradition as they left a shoe by their locker and came back the next day to find them filled with candy and goodies. Photo provided by Rene’ Forsmann. See story above left.

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