Updated April 8, 2010
From the school board
To the Patrons of District 242, We, your board, would like to thank all who have visited with us regarding the school consolidation process.  You have added some great insights and have helped to clarify our direction. . . .
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HOSA, hospitals combine on Pinwheel Project
In the same way the pink ribbon represents breast cancer awareness, Prevent Child Abuse America has adopted the pinwheel as a national symbol for their campaign to prevent child abuse. . . .
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17 earn straight A's at PHS
Seventeen students had perfect 4.0 grade point averages for the third quarter of the 2009-10 school year at Prairie High School. They were Robin Krol, Dustin Schaeffer, NaTosha Schaeffer, Kyler Shumway and David Sigler in the senior class; Meaghan Bruner and Silas Whitley in the junior class; Samantha Keating, MaKayla Schaeffer, Ashley Shumway and Megan Sigler in the sophomore class and Logan Dahlen, Alex Duman, Tyler Latimer, Brianne Lockhart, Kaden Perrin, Tanna Schlader and Frank Spencer in the freshman class. . . .
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Recycling reminder
Round seven of recycling in Idaho County will be April 17 at Fenn and April 18 in Kooskia. . . .
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Vein specialist is featured
Dr. Alan Muench will be the featured speaker at the next ‘Our Health Our Community’ public forum on Thursday, April 22, 7:00 p.m. at the Soltman Center. . . .
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Teens against tobacco
GROSS, DISGUS-TING,EWWWWWWWW. Those were the sounds that echoed in the middle school gym on Tuesday, March 30th.  . . .
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Spring art show is set
The Central Idaho Art Association's 41st. Spring Art Show will take place April 29, 30 and May 1st  at the Historical Museum basement 305 N. College, Grangeville Idaho. . . .
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County 4-H party set for April 17
The Annual Idaho County 4-H Party will be held on Saturday, April 17, 2010, at the Grangeville National Guard Armory beginning at 10:00 a.m.   . . .
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Baseball schedule
The only scheduled baseball game last week got postponed due to weather. The Pirates are scheduled to get back into action on April 13. . . .
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Softball schedule
There were no softball games scheduled for the past week. The next action is set for Thursday, April 15. . . .
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Track Schedule
The PHS track team gets back in action Tuesday, April 13. . . .
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Letters to the editor
On this page are letters to the editor that appeared in the print edition of the Chronicle. . . .
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Youngsters in the 0-5 age group at the Cottonwood Easter Egg Hunt got plenty of help pointing out eggs from their moms. Click on the photo for a larger view.

A couple of youngsters find eggs hiding next to a tree at the Cottonwood Easter Egg Hunt.

The Easter Bunny was there to hand out eggs.

The 6-8 year olds scrambled to find eggs. Click on the photo for a larger view.

This young lady checks out her findings. You think maybe she likes pink?

The 6-8 year olds scramble to find eggs.

The PHS Health Occupations Student Association joined with staff from St. Mary’s Hospital to plant a pinwheel garden to raise awareness during April, Child Abuse Prevention Month. Pictured (-r) are Dani Cochran, Ashley Shumway, Jennifer Cochran, Demetria Reiner, Kayla Johnson, Brock Heath, Seth Guyer, Conner Rieman, Brenda Kaschmitter, Arlene Baerlocher, Peggy Goeckner, Nita Chandler and Donna Tanner. See story above left. Click on the photo for a larger view.

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