Updated March 13, 2014
Cottonwood City Council meets
The Cottonwood City Council held their March meeting Monday, March 10 with a sidewalk proposal for the front of the old K-1 building receiving the most discussion. . . .
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Reminder, auditions are Monday
This is a reminder that the audition for the Missoula Children's Theatre production of “Pinocchio” will be held on Monday, March 17 at Prairie Elementary School Gym at 3:30. . . .
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Chemistry Show at PHS
YOU’RE  INVITED!   The Chemistry Show will be this coming Friday, March 14th in the High School Gym . . .
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Week 9 of 10-week shoot
There were 31 shooters in breezy conditions for week 9 of the 10-week shoot at Cottonwood Gun Club. . . .
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Kindergarten screening set
Kindergarten screening will be held for the 2014-15 school year at Prairie Elementary School on Wednesday, April 16 and Thursday, April 17. . . .
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Graduation party report
The parent committee met on March 9th to set a budget for the Shopping Committee and discuss the upcoming event. Rodonna's Country Haus (962-3391) is donating $.50 from each burger sold now until May 1st to benefit the 2014 Senior Safe & Sober Graduation Party. . . .
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Veterans advocate at Grangeville
The IDAHO DIVISION OF VETERAN SERVICES will have a VETERAN’S ADVOCATE in Grangeville on TUESDAY, March 18, 2014, at the Idaho Department of Labor, 305 N. State St., Grangeville, ID, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m (breaking for lunch at noon). . . .
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Youth sports sigun ups
Summer youth sports sign-ups will be . . .
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Pirates dominate at State; Connections between dual champions
The Prairie Pirates ran roughshod through the 1-A Division 1 state tournament winning by 32, 18 and 35 points to claim their third state championship and second in 5 years. . . .
There are some connections between the two times Prairie won both the girls and boys state titles in the same year. . . .
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Girls Basketball awards given; Players named to all-star games; Jungert granddaughter on winning team
Girls basketball awards were handed out Tuesday, March 4. . . .
The District 2 all-star basketball games were held Wednesday, March 12 at Lewiston High School’s Booth Hall. . . .
Kelsey Yenney, daughter of Shelley (Jungert) Yenney . . .
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Track Schedules
On this page are the high school and junior high track schedules. . . .
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Summit boys 1-2 at State; Summit Academy to hold science fair
Summit Academy may not have brought home any hardware for their play on the court but they did bring home more hardware than most schools with the Academic Trophy and the Sportsmanship Trophy. . . .
Ever wonder what laundry soap is the best or how people get sick more than others? . . .
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The Prairie Pirates put on a dominating performance at State, beating their 3 opponents by an average of 28 points to win the third boys state championship in school history. Kneeling from left are Dylon Bruegeman, Bryson Higgins, Calvin Hinkelman, Rhett Schlader, Terran Peery and Mason Dalgliesh. Standing from left are Jake Bruner, Tyler Hankerson, John Mager, Jared Higgins, Tanner Ross, Lucas Arnzen and Isaiah Shears. See below left for game write-ups and photos. Click on the photo for a  larger view. 

Garrett Crenshaw is shown with his trophy after taking 2nd place out of 17 competitors at the District 2 Spelling Bee in Lewiston.

The cheerleaders spelled out P H S with their pom-poms during a break in the Glenns Ferry game at State. Click on the  photo for a larger view.

The Summit boys are shown with their fans and the State Academic and Sportsmanship trophies. Team members from left are Chris Osborne, Noah Arnzen, Thomas Schwartz, Patrick Chmelik, Tyler Krogh, Nathan Beckman, Michael Waters, Matthew Schwartz, Dean Stubbers, Josh Lustig and Caleb Currier along with assistant coach Kim Frei. Photo by Steve Wherry. See Summit page for game write-ups and photos. Click on the photo for a larger view.

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