Updated November 29, 2013
Importance of advanced directives
“What kind of medical care would you want if you were too ill or hurt to express your wishes,” asked Cheri Holthaus, Community Relations Coordinator for St. Mary’s Hospital. . . .
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Duclos named father of the year
Mike Duclos was named Father of the Year at Prairie League’s Daddy Date Night. . . .
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Center For Discovery Open 'Til Midnight is Dec. 6
The annual Center For Discovery Open 'til Midnight will be taking place on Friday, December 6 from after school until Midnight. . . .
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From the Library
HEY, KIDS, WE NEED YOUR HELP! Prairie Community Library has a new arrival and this time it isn't a book! It's a puppy holding a book donated by Dog Bark Park. . . .
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Youth Ministry schedule for December
“Oh Come Let Us Adore Him, Christ the Lord”.  The month of December brings with it the invitation for, anticipation, joy, and celebration as we prepare for and rejoice in the birth of our Savior. . . .
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Upcoming icon retreat explores painting as prayer
In prayer, we are often guided to not focus on the outcome, i.e. what it is we are asking for, but on the state of being present to the divine. . . .
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Night Shoot concludes
The Cottonwood Gun Club’s Annual Night Shoot concluded with the sixth week of shooting this past Wednesday, Nov. 20. . . .
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Football awards given; Pirates named to All-WPL team
On this page is a photo of most of the football award winners . . .
Several Prairie football players were named to the White Pine League all-league team. . . .
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Lady Pirates start 3-0; Schedule change
The Prairie Lady Pirates started the season with 3 wins, all by at least 20 points. They opened the season with a 71-4 rout of a very young Orofino team Tuesday, Nov. 19. On Friday and Saturday they traveled to the Lakeside Turkey Shootout where they knocked off the Kellogg JV squad 56-16 on Friday and then beat the host Lakeside Knights 65-45 on Saturday. . . . 
There has been a late change in the Prairie girls basketball schedule. . . .
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Summit improves to 4-0 
The Summit Lady Patriots improved to 4-0 on the season with a non-league 39-23 win over Highland at Craigmont Tuesday, Nov. 19. . . .
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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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The Kindergarten students at Summit were dressed for the Thanksgiving feast with the pre-schoolers on Monday November 25th.  The food was great and a good time was had by all.  Happy Thanksgiving! Photo provided by Summit Academy. Click on the photo for a larger view.

The Kindergarten class along with the students, faculty, and parents of Summit Academy presented the Hope Center in Grangeville with $539.48 they had raised in donations with the Baby Bottle Campaign.  Thank you for your amazing generosity!  Happy Thanksgiving! Photo provided by Summit Academy. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Prairie Community Library is asking local youngsters to come up with a name for this little guy who was made for the Library by Dennis Sullivan of Dog Bark Park. The book he’s reading is entitled “How to Teach Humans to do Tricks.” Anyone 12 and under can enter by writing your name suggestion on a piece of paper and dropping it off in the special box at the library. Be sure to put your name and address on the back of the paper. Photo by Laurine Nightingale. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Mike Duclos was named Father of the Year at Prairie League’s Daddy Date Night. He is shown with his daughter Kayla, who wrote the nominating essay. See her essay in the article above left. Photo provided by Mary Uhlorn.

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