Updated May 5, 2011
Top Scholars named for PHS class of 2011
The Prairie High School Class of 2011 has one valedictorian and one salutatorian. . . .
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Local students awarded scholarships
Harman Agency, LLC of Cottonwood is pleased to announce that two local students were awarded scholarships through Grange Insurance Association. . . .
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Youth Ministry activities for May
Just as Spring slowly shows signs of new life we gather together as a young Church full of hope filled expectations.  You are invited to discover your own newness through engaging in prayer, song, laughter and community during this sacred month of May. . . .
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Library News
Linda Stubbers has her art work on display at Prairie Community Library until May 15th. . . .
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Local youths attend ICYC
On Friday, February 25th, Debbie Chicane took 13 kids and 5 chaperones to ICYC (Idaho Catholic Youth Convention). . . .
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Peter Arnoti receives award
Recently retired Colleton County South Carolina Economic Development Director Peter Arnoti was awarded in March with the 2010 Rural Leadership Award by South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley and S.C. Department of Commerce Secretary Bobby Hitt. . . .
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Auction items attracting attention
Three Coeur díAlene Resort vacation packages, two nights stay at the Hotel McCall, . . .
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Yoga class reminder
St. Maryís Hospital is reminding local residents that the third of five yoga classes will be offered this Wednesday, May 4th  from 5:30 to 6:30 at the Cottonwood Community Hall. . . .
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Walk for Life is Saturday
Celebrate mothers and families, and get some fresh air and exercise for a good cause at the 4th annual Walk For Life on Saturday, May 7 in Grangeville (Motherís Day weekend)! . . .
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Pirates win 1 of 4
The Prairie baseball team picked up their first win of the season then followed it with 3 lopsided losses in action last week. . . .
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Lady Pirates win 3 games
The Prairie Lady Pirates swept a league doubleheader at Timberline then routed Grangeville in a home game. . . .
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Pirates compete in two meets last week
The Prairie track team competed in two meets last week with the White Pine League meet Tuesday, April 26 at Lapwai and the Nez Perce/Lewis & Clark Games Friday, April 29 at Kamiah. . . .
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Leading the Prairie High School class of 2011 are valedictorian Silas Whitley, left, and salutatorian Seth Guyer, right. See story at left.

Tuesday, April 26 there was an incident on U.S. 95 just north of Cottonwood Butte Road turnoff that closed the highway for several hours. The Baker Trucking semi tractor and full load of wood chips was northbound on 95 as was a red Pontiac Grand Am. The Pontiac pulled out to a wide spot and made a U-turn in the highway. The truck tried to avoid the car by swerving into the southbound lane but didnít, clipping the car and spinning it to where it came to rest right-side up on the northbound side of the highway.. Meanwhile the truck driver attempted to swerve back into the northbound lane as he was approaching a curve. Apparently the load shifted and momentum pulled him over. Both drivers were transported to St. Maryís Hospital where they were treated and released. The truck driver was complaining of shoulder soreness while the car driver said he was fine although the spidering on the windshield indicated he may have hit his head. Idaho State Police investigated the accident.  Click on the photo for a larger view.

Kim and Josh Frei were recently awarded scholarships through Grange Insurance Association. They are shown with Betty Mader of Harman Agency, LLC. See story above left.

Attendance winners from Prairie Middle School for the month of April were Cole Frei and Jayce Huling.

Prairie Middle School Student Body Raffle winners were front, left to right: Dereck Arnzen, Jacob Stubbers,and Courtney Renne'. Back, left to right: Trista Latimer, Ally Hoene and Emily McHugh.


Idaho County Farm Bureau announced the winners of the annul Essay Contest for fifth grade students. Many entries made the job difficult to select just three. Delaney Uhlenkott is the first place winner, Jacob Stubbers received second place and Dawson Gorges is third place. Delaney and Jacob are students of Prairie Middle School, Cottonwood and are shown in the top photo. Mrs. Jessica Vanderwall is their teacher.  Dawson attends Kamiah Middle School and Mrs. Engeldow is his teacher.  He is shown in the lower photo. Congratulations to the winners.

Attendees at the Idaho Catholic Youth Convention are front from left: Clark Bruno, Jared Higgins, Brendee Seubert, Sheri Schumacher and Debbie Chicane. Middle from left: Stephanie Duclos, Dakota Wilson, Devyn Leonard, Samantha Keating, Katherine Nida, Jessica Kaschmitter and Michaela Walsh. Back from left are Kevin Karel, Dan Karel, Kayla Johnson, Laudenor Neto, Lydia Lustig, Cassie Weightman, Jarrett Frei and Shawn Seubert. Not pictured are Steven Kinzer and Calista Karel. Click on the photo for a larger view. See story above left.
 
 
 

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