Updated January 31, 2013
School Board meets
Second semester of school year 2012-2013 is here.  The time has gone by quickly. . . .
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St. Mary's/Holy Cross dinner set for Feb. 10
Keuterville Hall is again the site for the St. Mary’s/Holy Cross parish dinner, Sunday, February 10, 2013.  Nestled at the base of Cottonwood Butte, Keuterville it is the perfect destination for a picturesque Sunday drive and a hearty meal. . . .
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Heart disease is #1 killer of women
St. Mary’s Hospital Cardiac Rehab Department wants women to know that there is some good news; all women can take steps to lower their risk of developing heart disease. . . .
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Ski Skoop
We had to close the doors last Saturday, but didn’t stay closed long as we reopened on Sunday after getting some great new snow!  . . .
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Youth ministry activities for February
The month of February brings with it a stirring in our souls as a longing for newness and change begins to surface.   . . .
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Chili and cinnamon rolls to be delivered
The Haiti Mission Team 2016 will be delivering homemade chili and cinnamon rolls right to your door on Super Bowl Sunday. . . .
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KC's hold hoop shoot
The annual Knights of Columbus Free Throw Hoop Shoot was finished on January 19. . . .
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Traphshoot week 3
Week 3 of the Camas Prairie Trapshoot saw the Cottonwood Gun Club score 71.25 with Darrel Uhlorn, Brandon Poxleitner and Danial Woolford each scoring a 24. . . .
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Pirates lose 2 of 3
The Prairie Pirates played 3 league games this past week, winning just 1 of them. . . .
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Lady Pirates lose at Kamiah; District starts Jan. 31
For the second time this season the Prairie Lady Pirates lost to Kamiah by a score of 30-50. The game was played at Kamiah Tuesday, Jan. 22. . . .
District Tournament action starts this week for both the Prairie Lady Pirates and the Summit Lady Patriots at the LCSC Activity Center in Lewiston. . . .
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4 wrestlers place at New Plymouth
The Prairie Wrestling team competed at the New Plymouth Tournament Friday and Saturday, Jan. 25-26. . . .
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Summit teams lose 4 games; Summit receives iPad minis; Summit 1st/2nd graders have activities
The Summit girls lost their season finale at Timberline while the boys lost league games to Timberline and Nezperce and a non-league game at Logos. . . .
The girls lost to Nezperce Tuesday 20-24 and will play the Highland-Kendrick loser at 12:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 2.
Recently, an anonymous benefactor helped Summit Academy continue its mission to form strong Christian leaders. . . .
Summit Academy’s First and Second Grade Classes are enjoying the preparation for the start of the Iditarod Sled Dog Race. . . .
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Keuterville as seen from behind the church. The Holy Cross Church will see regular Masses this spring  and summer for the first time in several years. Photo submitted by Della Gehring. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Students of the month at Prairie Jr./Sr. High School are Whitney Sonnen for the high school and Ryan Glimp for the junior high.  Whitney, left, is very conscientious, positive, hard working and polite.  She is a real pleasure to have in class! Ryan, right, works hard at everything he does.  Even if it is something that challenges him, he is always positive and has a smile on his face! Photo provided by Ryan Hasselstrom. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Nick and Cherie McDonough are once again organizing a Rome Pilgrimage for Spring 2014.  The group will be sponsoring many fund raisers to offset the cost including spaghetti feeds and selling wood. The first fund raiser is the FAMOUS FAT TUESDAY/MARDI GRAS/SPAGHETTI FEED.  This will be held February 12th at the Cottonwood Community Hall from 5:00-8:00.  The meal will feature many varieties of homemade “favorite” sauces, green salad, garlic bread, desserts, and beverages.  The cost is $8 for adults/high school; $5 for grades 1-8; $30 for a family of 5; and free for kindergarten and under.  There will be a silent auction all evening with a live auction at 7:00.  If you are unable to come, delivery offered by calling 208-816-1817. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Megan Seubert, a sophomore at Summit Academy, Cottonwood, is the winner of the Speech Contest sponsored by Idaho County Farm Bureau. Her speech followed the theme of Opening Doors to Idaho Agriculture. Winning in Idaho County qualified her for District 5 competition. District 5 includes Idaho County north to the Canada border. She is the district winner, so now will compete at Boise on February 4 against the other four districts. Megan is the daughter of Nick and Molly Seubert.

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