Updated January 28, 2010
School Board meets
The school board met last Tuesday, Jan. 19 at the Prairie Middle School library. . . .
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Students named to honor roll at PMS, PHS
There were 27 students who made the A honor roll for the second quarter of the 2009-2010 school year at Prairie Middle School. . . .
18 students earned perfect 4.0 grade point averages (gpa) at Prairie High School for the 2nd quarter of the 2009-2010 school year. . . .
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Youth Ministry activities for February
Dear Youth and Parents, Can you believe we are already approaching the season Lent? . . .
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Ladies Night Out planned
How do we get women to focus on their health?  That was the question originally posed by the planners for the second St. Mary’s Hospital Komen for the Cure grant. . . .
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Telemedicine technology demonstrated
Representatives from Clearwater and St. Mary’s Hospitals recently demonstrated the latest telemedicine technology to CEOs and physicians from five hospitals in Northern Idaho.. . .
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DJ to work at Mardi Gras celebration
Keith Havens has been in the world of radio and TV broadcasting for over 25 years.  Since 1983, he has been playing music from the 40’s through today.  He’ll be the DJ at the SMHC Mardi Gras on Saturday, February 6th at the Cottonwood Community Center. . . .
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Prairie ROCKS!
On Thursday, January 21 Linda (Roy) Arnzen joined our High School Prairie ROCKS class. . . .
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Drug Free program's girls night out
The Safe and Drug Free program is sponsoring a girl’s night out for all Prairie High School girls from grades 8-12 and their mothers. . . .
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Syringa awarded Komen grant
Having Cancer is hard.  Finding help shouldn’t be.  That is the motto of The American Cancer Society, who teamed up with Syringa Hospital in 2008 to open the first Cancer Resource Center (CRC) in the area. . . .
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Pirates win twice; Two perfect 25's this week
The Prairie Pirates won another pair of road games this past week beating Highland and Kamiah. . . .
We had 52 shooters today and the weather was sunny.  We had two 25's: . . .
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Lady Pirates 1-1 on week; District starts Monday
The Lady Pirates won at Kendrick and lost at Kamiah last week . . .
The District Tournament starts Monday with Prairie's first action to be on Wednesday at LCSC. . . .
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Jr. High Wrestlers doing very well
The Prairie Jr. High Wrestling team has competed at 3 meets so far. . . .
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Summit Academy news
Summit girls start District action on Monday . . .
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Letters to the Editor
On this page are letters to the editor that appeared in this week's print edition of the Cottonwood Chronicle. . . .
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Kyle Holthaus and Troy Lorentz are standing behind the desk that Kyle designed and built with Troy helping him in the cabinetmaking class. The desk is in the library at the high school. The majority of the materials, donated by Pacific Cabinets, was greatly appreciated. Roger Holthaus and Rick Workman helped the boys install the desk on their day off. Roger and Ricks help was also greatly appreciated.  Mrs. Wimer really appreciates having a new desk in her library. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Chris Kaschmitter of  the Prairie Booster Club is shown here with  softball coach Jeff Martin.  The  Prairie Booster Club has given  the softball team a donation to purchase a new bat for the  upcoming season.

Shown are Sharon Pratt, Lorna Inglet, Angie Latimer, and Sally Arnzen at Angie’s Crafts in Cottonwood. Angie is explaining to the Nezperce Garden Club members how to glaze the planters. The Clubmade a field trip to Angie's Jan. 19.

Emanuel Baptist Church recognized Hunter Chaffee for becoming best friends with Jesus by completing the God and Me program.  (Matthew 19:14)  Hunter met the requirements of study and service for the study program, and has earned the right and privilege of wearing this emblem in recognition of the accomplishment.  He was presented a certificate of completion and a medal to be worn on his Class A uniform.  A special pray was said as the church body applauded his accomplishment. In the upper photo Hunter receives his award from Mike VanHouten. In the lower photo areMerannda Chaffee, Shari Chaffee, Bill Estabrooks (Christian Counselor), Pastor Dan Coburn, Vance Chaffee, Linda Chaffee and Hunter Chaffee after Hunter received his Religious Emblem. 

PHS girls basketball players Stephanie Gimmeson and Kendal Schumacher run the Pee Wee girls through a drill.

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