Updated February 18, 2010
Missoula Children's Theatre tryouts are March 8
The Prairie Booster Club along with the Cottonwood Lions Club would like to take this opportunity to invite all school aged children to participate in this years Missoula Children’s Theatre play “Rumpelstiltskin” . . .
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Spaghetti Dinner and Jazz Night set
The Prairie Schools music department will host the annual Spaghetti Dinner and Jazz Night on Monday, March 1st at the Prairie H.S. cafeteria. . . .
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Scholarships are available
Sponsored by the Prairie Booster Club the purpose of the “Cliff Holthaus Memorial Scholarship” is to provide graduates of Prairie High School recognition and financial support in pursuit of a post secondary academic or vocational education. . . .
It’s that time of year to begin thinking about the Idaho Farm Bureau Scholarship program. . . .
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Prize drawing winners named
The St. Mary’s/Holy Cross Parish Dinner and prize drawing were held Sunday, Feb. 14 at Keuterville. . . .
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Ladies Night Out is well attended
Close to 30 women attended the first Ladies Night Out at the St. Mary’s Hospital Cottonwood Medical Clinic last Wednesday evening. . . .
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Fish & Game public meeting set for Grangeville
Proposed changes to the 2010 big game seasons will be the focus of  several upcoming public meetings hosted by the Idaho Department of Fish and Game (IDFG).    . . .
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From the Legislature
By Rep. Paul Shepherd
Limited government, fiscal responsibility and low taxes. . . .
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Royalty fundraiser
Jennifer Enneking, Cottonwood Riding Club Queen, will be holding a royalty fundraiser this Saturday, Feb. 20 from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Community Hall. . . .
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Pirates beat Troy, Kamiah to end regular season, beat Timberline at District; 3 shooters score perfect 25's
The Prairie Pirates clinched the White Pine League regular season championship and a #1 seed in the District Tournament with a 49-45 win in overtime at Troy Tuesday, Feb. 9. . . .
The Prairie Pirates celebrated senior night with a 43-35 win over Kamiah Friday, Feb. 12 at Cottonwood. . . .
A 29-0 run after a ragged start helped the top seeded Prairie Pirates get past Timberline 72-49 in their District opener Monday, Feb. 15 at the LCSC Activity Center. . . .
The skies were clear and the wind was breezy which made for a cool day. . . .
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District wrestling at Kamiah
The District Wrestling Tournament is set for Kamiah this Friday and Saturday, Feb. 19-20. . . .
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Summit boys win District opener, regular season finale; Summit girls 4th at Hallissey; Summit boys awarded Hallissey Sportsmanship trophy
The Summit Academy Patriots jumped out to a 12-1 lead and were never really threatened as they rolled past Highland 62-30 in their District Tournament opener Monday, Feb. 15 at the LCSC Activity Center in Lewiston. . . .
The Summit Patriots trailed at halftime but blitzed Highland in the third quarter to pull away for a 79-57 win at Craigmont Thursday, Feb. 11. . . .
Patriot girls dropped their first contest to a local Nezperce coalition, but managed to battle back through the losing bracket, winning three straight games to enter the annual Hallissey semifinals, but fatigue and a matchup with eventual tourney champs St. Mark’s ended the hope the girls had for bringing back a trophy. . . .
Traveling to Boise this past weekend to participate in the annual Hallissey tourney sponsored by the Diocese of Boise, Summit’s boys managed only one win in three attempts, but were selected by the tourney managers to be the recipient of the Sportsmanship award. . . .
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Amy Sigler and Dr. Ron Sigler have been named the Prairie Booster Club Fans of the Year. They were presented the award prior to the Prairie boys game against Kamiah last Friday, Feb. 12. Photo contributed by Prairie Booster Club.

Branden Waller, Conner Rieman and David Sigler receive the White Pine League championship trophy from Brad Malm and Travis Mader, tournament directors, prior to their opening game.

Shown are those that placed at the Elk's Hoop Shoot in Grangeville.  They are, from L to R:  Hailey Danly--3rd place, Angela Wemhoff--1st place, Brandon Higgins--2nd place, Dylan Schumacher--2nd place, Bryson Higgins--2nd place, Sam Mager--3rd place.  Congratulations to all those who represented Prairie and Summit in the hoop shoot and good luck to Angela Wemhoff when she competes in Lewiston. Photo contributed by Cindy Higgins.

The Summit Lady Patriots will play North Gem in their State Tournament opener Thursday, Feb. 18 at 6:15 p.m. MDT at Nampa High School. North Gem was ranked 5th in the state media poll last week while Summit was ranked 3rd. Each team has 5 losses on the season. If Summit wins they will play again at 3 p.m. MDT on Friday. With a loss they would play at 8 p.m. MDT Friday. They would play either Meadows Valley or Carey in the second round. The winners bracket games are in the afternoon because the  1-A Div. 2 championship game is at 9:30 a.m. Saturday and it was felt they needed the extra turnaround time. The consolation final is at 9:15 a.m. Saturday with the third place game at 11 a.m. Both of those games are at Nampa High School while the championship game will be at the Idaho Center. See bracket above. Click on it for a larger view. All times are Mountain time.

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