Updated September 8, 2011
Second Hand Treasures has a new look
Second Hand Treasures in Fenn is under new management after our dear Marianne Wren retired after 12 great years of hard work and dedication. . . .
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Highway work at top of White Bird Hill
A safety project to remove loose rock and secure a steep slope above U.S. 95 will result in significant daytime closures at the top of White Bird Grade, beginning Sept. 20. . . .
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Be cautious around bats
Idaho North Central District received positive laboratory results for a rabid bat in Idaho County. Rabid bats have been identified in almost all regions of Idaho over the years, and north central Idaho is no exception. . . .
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Syringa has 2 new doctors
Syringa Hospital has announced that they have two new doctors serving patients there. . . .
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Think Pink fundraiser
Just a friendly reminder that the “Think Pink” game will be held on Tuesday September 13th, 2011 at the Prairie High School Gym starting at 6:00 p.m. . . .
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Library News
Check this out.  New arrivals this week are Forgiven, Found and Family needed to complete the set by Karen Kingsbury. . . .
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Pirates struggle in opener
The Prairie football team struggled to score in their season opener as they lost at Genesee 8-36 Friday, Sept. 2. . . .
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Lady Pirates win 1 of 3 matches
The Prairie Lady Pirates volleyball team had a 3 games to 1 win over Summit sandwiched between losses to Genesee and Nezperce last week. . . .
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Summit loses at Logos
Traveling to Moscow Thursday, Summit’s volleyball team ran into a host of seniors at Logos and despite putting up a good battle and one of their better matches to date, dropped all three games to the host Knights. . . .
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Debra Clark,, representing U.S. Bank, recently presented a check of $1000 to the Prairie Community Library.  Accepting the grant was Laurine Nightingale, Board Chairman and Donna Wassmuth, Treasurer and author of the grant.  Designated to be used for Capital support, replacement of the copy machine with a combination printer, fax and scanner will be purchased.  Also updating the Small Library information center and computers will enhance the service to the patrons.  A new library table will be added in the future.  The grant is very much appreciated as funds have been limited and this will provide much needed equipment.  A sincere thank you goes out to the U. S. Bancorp Foundation for their generous donation.  Debra stated she was pleased that the bank was able to give back to the community by means of this grant. Click on the photo for a larger view. 

Prairie's football season started last week and one of the few bright spots for the Pirates was this 25 yard run by Troy Lorentz. See story and more photos at left.

PHS graduate Kevin McWilliams, top photo, completed his first Ultra marathon, The Lean Horse 100, August 27th in Hot Springs, SD.  He finished the 100 mile race in 22hrs 19mins 48 sec. He placed 14th overall. Photos submitted by Pat McWilliams who ran the final 16 miles with his brother.

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