Updated November 7, 2013
City Electric is sold
Don Lustig of Cottonwood has purchased City Electric from Denis Duman effective October 28. . . .
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This is American Education week
American Education Week—November 18-22, 2013—presents all Americans with a wonderful opportunity to celebrate public education and honor individuals who are making a difference in ensuring that every child receives a quality education. . . .
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Businesses offer Veterans Day specials
Local businesses are again offering area armed service veterans specials and discounts on Veteran’s Day next Monday, Nov. 11. . . .
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First adult exercise class held
The Adult Exercise Class held its first session this past Monday night. . . .
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8th graders visit UI
GEAR UP Idaho took the Prairie 8th graders to visit the University of Idaho campus in Moscow last week. . . .
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5th graders visit hospital
The 5th grade students at Prairie Elementary were treated to a wonderful tour of St. Mary’s Hospital. . . .
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Boy Scouts hold Court of Honor
On Tuesday, Oct. 22, Troop 638 held a Court of Honor for 6 young men. . . .
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Prairie Schools to hold Veterans Day program
Prairie Schools Veterans Day Program Set for Monday, November 11, at Prairie Jr/Sr High School gym at 9:30am. . . .
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Beloved Souls prayer project
November begins with two days of honoring the departed: All Saints' Day on November 1 and All Souls' Day on November 2. . . .
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Gun Club night shoot continues
After 3 weeks of the Cottonwood Gun Club Night Shoot here are the standings: . . .
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The LCSC Report
Two more LCSC classes offered through the Grangeville outreach center . . .
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Pirates win big over Potlatch; 6 earn medals at Lewiston
The Prairie football team rebounded from their only league loss of the season with a 46-0 rout of Potlatch on senior night Friday, Nov. 1 at Cottonwood. . . .
With twelve wrestlers participating in the Lewiston Wrestling Tournament on Saturday, November 2nd, the group earned six medals. . . .
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Volleyball awards given; Two compete at State
On this page is a photo of the volleyball award winners. . . .
Two Prairie athletes competed at the State Crosscountry Meet Saturday, Nov. 2 at Idaho Falls. . . .
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Letters to the Editor
On this page are letters to the editor that appeared in this week's print edition of the Chronicle. . . .
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Don Lustig, center, is the new owner of City Electric having purchased the business effective Oct. 28 from Denis Duman, far right. Shown from left are the crew: Andy Terhaar, Debbie Crea, Lustig, Tucker Stefan and Duman. See story at left. Click on the photo for a larger view.

October students of the month at Prairie Jr./Sr. High School are from left, Ravin Yorke, junior high, and Apolonius Enriques and Brandon Higgins, high school. Appy works had in class and is always helping put things away or picking up papers.  He also make sure that papers are handed out in a timely manner.  Appy does this with a smile!  We are so thankful for students like him. Brandon is a kind and respectful young adult.  He is a great student who is always kind and willing to  help other students in need.  He is the type of young adult we want to represent Prairie High School. Ravin is an excellent academic student.  She is always on task, pleasant, respectful to classmates and teachers.  She is a quiet leader who leads by example.  One day when a student dropped their binder other students went by but Ravin stopped to help the student.  Photo by Ryan Hasselstrom. Click on the photo for a larger view.

September Students of the month at Prairie High School are Kayla Duclos and Westin Crenshaw. Kayla is respectful, studious and friendly with both students and teachers.  She complete her work on time and always strives to do her best.  Westin is always willing to lend a hand, and he demonstrates his focus on academics.  This young man is a treasure, and he will go far. Photo provided by Ryan Hasselstrom. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Shown are the Bräts and Brew competition winners. Front from left are Amy Rose, bread winner and Rhonda and Phil Schmidt, side dish winner. Back from left are Julie Arnzen, dessert winner; and Joe Kuther and Ralph Stubbers, bräts winners. Photo by Terri Duman. Click on the photo for a larger view.

TThe Coffee Twins and The Satins performing at the Brats and Brew event. Photo by Terri Duman. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Harman Agency was infested with witches last Thursday as the ladies dressed up for Halloween. From left are Chris Kaschmitter, Cassie Lockett, Dina Frei, Della Gehring and Betty Mader. Click on the photo for a larger view.

The Morning Glories bowlers dressed up for Halloween last week. From left are Crystal Morford, Gladys Sonnen, Bobbi Schmidt, Donna Ross, Lynn Sonnen, Joanne Chambers and Shannon Hibbard. Photo provided by Bobbi Schmidt.

The Prairie football team will be playing at Wallace Saturday, Nov. 9 in a first round state playoff game at 2 p.m. The Wallace football field is at the Silverton exit off of I-90. Shown is the team photo. Front from left: Lucas Arnzen, Mason Dalgliesh, John M. Mager, Isaiah Shears, Tyson Schlader, Dakota Wilson, Rhett Schlader, Devin Bruegeman, Terran Peery, Jake Bruner and Tanner Ross. 2nd row from left: Hunter McWilliams, Tyler Hankerson, Justin Hatfield, Brandon Anderson, Calvin Hinkelman, Daniel Mager, Raice Dalgliesh, Joseph Halligan, Gabe Angus and Matt Schwartz. 3rd row from left: Jake Rowland, Kory Bahlman, Bobby Hood, Dally Ratcliff, Ricardo Dominquez, Westin Crenshaw, Philip Spencer, Austin Sonnen and Casey Danly. In back are head coach Ryan Hasselstrom and assistant coach Matt Elven. Not pictured are assistant coaches Ron Sigler and Teel Bruner. Click on the photo for a larger view.

St. Mary’s Hospital held it’s annual Halloween Costume Contest last Thursday and employees voted on who they thought had the best costume.  The first place winner was Brenda Kaschmitter who dressed up as Cotton Candy.  Second place went to the Addams Family: Jeannie Morris as Morticia, Angela Seubert as Gomez, Rhonda Temes as Lurch, Kevin Conger as Wednesday, Teresa Bryant as Uncle Fester, Cindy Schnider as Grandmama and Sally Seubert as Pugsley.  Rhonda Temes who dressed up as Lurch also won the third place prize. A larger version of the Addams Family photo can be seen by clicking on the photo.

The Student Council held a door decorating contest at PES for Halloween. The winning doors were Mrs. Lamont's library door with spooky gravestones, upper photo, and Mrs. Bruegeman's Kindergarten door with happy bats, lower photo. The 5th and 6th grade art classes decorated Mrs. Lamont's door.

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