Updated April 12, 2012
Easter Egg Hunt photos
On this page are more photos from the Cottonwood and Ferdinand Easter Egg Hunts. . . .
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Community yard sale is May 19
Warm weather is right around the corner and itís time for Spring Cleaning. . . .
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Blood drive falls short of goal
The Cottonwood Blood Drive goal of 90 fell short this time due to several factors; spring break, illnesses and several donors who had recently traveled out of the country. . . .
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Cottonwood and area history continued
Because the last article seemed to stir up so many memories for so many people I think we need to fill in a few spots and maybe punch a few more memories this week, mainly because music has been a real big thing in this area. . . .
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Cottonwood City Council meets
The Cottonwood City Council had a couple of bid openings at their regular April meeting held Monday, April 9. . . .
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Tri-Parish Ministry Fair is April 22
The Tri-Parish Ministry Fair is just around the corner and will not be complete without the presence of you and your family. . . .
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Greiner is employee of the month
Ruth Greiner, CNA was recently named as Aprilís Employee of the Month for St. Maryís Hospital. . . .
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Pinwheels for prevention
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month and the pinwheel is the national symbol for preventing child abuse in the same way the pink ribbon represents breast cancer awareness. . . .
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Handgun firearms class offered
The Idaho County Sheriffís Office will be offering a one day basic handgun firearms class for citizens on April 27th 2012, from 8:00 to 5:00 at the new Search and Rescue building located at 155 Airport Rd across from the waste water treatment plant. . . .
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Library News
Another busy week at the library.  Most of the adult section has been purged and will soon be re-arranged for easier selecting. . . .
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Boosters seeking new officers; Golf League to start
The Prairie Booster Club is looking for people to fill positions on the board. . . .
Grangeville Menís Golf League starts April 18th with draft night and continues every Wednesday evening through July. . . .
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Rad signs with Walla Walla; Prairie has nominees
MeShel Rad of Prairie High School has signed a Letter of Intent to play basketball at Walla Walla Community College. . . .
There are several Prairie High School nominees for awards at the 50th annual North Idaho Sports Banquet which will take place Saturday, April 14 at the Coeur díAlene Inn. . . .
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Summit releases third quarter honor roll
The Honor Roll recently released by Summit Academy officials show six students making the Maximum High Honor or 4.0 status for the third quarter just ended a couple of weeks ago. . . .
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At the Cottonwood Easter Egg Hunt a young lady in the upper photo spots an egg while in the lower photo a young man has to dig one out of the snow.

A good sized crowd of youngsters took part in the Ferdinand Easter Egg Hunt Saturday. Click on photo for a larger view. For more photos see link upper left.

Greencreek Easter Egg Hunt Golden Egg finders are from left: Dani Sonnen, daughter of Norm and Julie Sonnen, age group 6-7, Theresa Wemhoff, daughter of Roger and Annette Wemhoff, age group 8-up, Clarise Rehder, daughter of Nolan and Rachel Rehder, age group 4-5 and in the front is Corbyn Tacke, daughter of Clark and Sara Tacke, age group 0-3.  Photo provided by Arlene Baerlocher. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Caught Ya winners (students who were caught by teachers or cooks doing something nice for someone else) for the month of March at Prairie Elementary School were: Back row, left to right: Matt Coppernoll, John Bradley, Nick Mager, Dereck Arnzen, Anthony Karel, Carson Schmidt, Sierah Poxleitner, Trista Latimer, and Kade Zenner. Middle row, left to right: Travis Alfrey, James Biltz, Zach Rambo, Kyle Schwartz, Wyatt Ross, Brandon Kindrick, Kace Munger, Lanie Forsmann and Trinity Martinez. Front Row, left to right: Ravin Cronin, Amelia Uhlenkott, Amanda Halligan, Dylan Forsmann, and Shae Dinning. Photo provided by Sherry Holthaus. Click on the photo for a larger view.

 Girl Scout Troop 3785 and some of their family members pose  after planting Pinwheels for Prevention; front row:  Siara Chaffee, Madison Shears, Trinity Martinez, Jose Ramacle, Savannah Crosby, Leanne Lightfield; back row: Rachel Gimmeson and Cody Crosby. Click on the photo for a larger view. See story above left.
 
Halle Klapprich finished the entire 3rd grade library of Accelerated Math this year. She is a student in Mrs. Sonnenís class. 
 
 
 

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