Updated May 27, 2010
Override levy passes
The $270,000 override levy for School District #242 passed with a 60% yes vote in last Tuesday’s election. . . .
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Graduations are this weekend
There will be 40 students graduating from Prairie High School and 5 graduating from Summit Academy  in ceremonies this weekend. . . .
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Memorial Day services set
The Richard Jacobs VFW Post 4902 will be holding Memorial Day services at the Ferdinand and Keuterville this year. . . .
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Rehder is appointed
The National Association of Counties’ (NACo) President Valerie Brown recently appointed Idaho County Commissioner Jim Rehder to serve on NACo’s Public Lands Steering Committee. . . .
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Hospital news
St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinics has scheduled their sports physical clinics for 2010. . . .
St Mary’s and Clearwater Valley Hospital and their satellite clinics will become tobacco free next week on June 1st. . . .
Christine Hauger-Knight, Groaners Fitness Center, is offering a free clinic for people interested in participating in the Fourth Annual Camas Prairie Triathlon being held in Grangeville August 13-14. . . .
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Community Hall update
The basement entrance is now complete, with awning and lights, gone are the days of going down the dark steep stairwell.   . . .
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Construction to start on Hwy 95
Construction is expected to begin June 1 on a nine-mile segment of U.S. 95 between Grangeville and Cottonwood, the Idaho Transportation Department announced. . . .
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Loca Scouts attend Camporee
This past weekend Troop and Pack 638 Celebrated the 1 Oath Anniversary of the Boy Scout of America Inland Northwest Council. We camped out for 2 nights and 3 days in unpredictable weather at the Spokane Fair and Expo Center. . . .
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Greencreek play is next week
The Greencreek Youth presents “The One That Got Away” next Tuesday and Wednesday, June 1-2 at the Greencreek Hall. . . .
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Pirates win state championship
The Prairie Pirates beat Rimrock on Friday then beat Potlatch 2 out of 3 times on Saturday to claim their second state baseball championship in 5 years. . . .
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Lady Pirates 2nd at State
The Prairie Lady Pirates alternated wins over southern Idaho teams with losses to Genesee as they took 2nd place at the State Tournament. . . .
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Shumway, girls 4x200 win state titles
Kyler Shumway won his third straight state 1-A shot put title and the girls 4x200 relay team also won a state title at the State Track Meet May 21-22 at Boise. . . .
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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. This week there are also letters here we didn't have space for in the print edition. . . .
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Seniors Kyle Holthaus, David Sigler (behind Kyle) and Joe Schumacher hold the state chmapionship baseball trophy aloft so the crowd can see it. Fellow senior Conner Rieman is at right.

Kyler Shumway in the shot put and the 4x200 relay team brought home state championship medals. The 4x200 team, clockwise from top left are NaTosha Schaeffer, Kristin Hill, Shelby Vonbargen and MaKayla Schaeffer. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Seniors Sam Spencer and Hilaree VanderPas accept the second place trophy from Travis Mader. Fellow seniors Sammi Frei and Alena Hoene are at left. Nobody's is ever thrilled to get the second place trophy but this group of seniors (along with Amber Holthaus, not shown) capped off a 4-year run where they won 90 games and lost just 11 and played for 4 state championships, winning 3.

The combined Middle School/High School band at the concert last week.Click on the photo for a larger view.

The combined Middle School/High School choir. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Gina Seubert performs a vocal solo.

The 5th grade band. Click on the photo for a larger view.

The 6th grade band. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Actors in the annual Greencreek Youth play are shown. Back from left are Shane Stubbers, Mitch Wemhoff, Michael Karel, Jordan Killmar and Levi Lustig. Front from left are Taylor Wemhoff, Tara Stubbers, Daniels Stubbers, Kayla Johnson and Gina Seubert. Photo provided by Connie Killmar. Click on the photo for a larger view. See story above left.

Shown are the Cottonwood Scouts at the Boy Scout Centennial Camporee. Front from left are Tiger Cub Matt Coppernoll and Webelos Hunter Chaffee and Jared Coppernoll. In the middle is Webelos Anthony Karel. Back from left are Boy Scouts Seth Chaffee, Drew Cochran and Dakota Wilson. 

Shelli Schumacher took this photo of Pete Johnson and Bill Munger riding around town in Munger’s bright yellow 1929 Model A Ford. Click on the photo for a larger view.
Shown are the winners in the Cribbage tournament held last Thursday at The Hangout. From left are Jack Wimer, third place; Ryan Uhlenkott, second place; and  Fred Arnzen, fist place. 14 players took part in the tournament. Photo provided by Debbie Schnider.

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