Updated March 27, 2014
MCT raffle winners
This is a list of the winners for the Center For Discovery's Missoula Children's Theatre Raffle:  . . .
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Pirates named to all-state teams
Kyndahl Ulmer has been named the girls 1-A Division 1 Basketball Player of the Year by the Idaho Statesman. . . .
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Kaschmitter is employee of the month
Brenda Kaschmitter has been chosen by her St. Mary’s Hospital co-workers as the Employee of the Month for March. . . .
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Library News
Story time this week found Miss Pollyanna surrounded by 8 eager little people expressing much enthusiasm and participation. . . .
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Darkness to Light - End Child sexual abuse
St. Mary’s Hospital will be hosting a ‘Stewards of Children’ workshop on April 10th from 7:00PM to 9:30PM; this workshop is presented by ICARE. . . .
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The LCSC Report
A class on mixed media floral painting is offered.. . . .
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Local BLM biologist receives award
On March 12, 2014, the Bureau of Land Management Principal Deputy Director Neil Kornze presented awards to two biologists for their outstanding service to fish and wildlife conservation on public lands. . . .
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Beginning quilt class offered
Jane Burgess will be teaching a beginner quilting class on April 12 beginning at 10:00 am. . . .
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Barn Quilt project started
In an effort to promote the agricultural heritage of Idaho County, provide education about the art and history of quilting and encourage economic development by promoting rural tourism a Barn Quilt project is ongoing in the county. . . .
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Pirates win 1 of 4 games
The Prairie Baseball Team won 1 of 4 games played in a 3-day period this past week. They started the week with a 16-4 league win at Kamiah Thursday, March 20. On Friday, March 21 they suffered their first loss of the season, 3-8 to McCall-Donnelly in their home opener. They were leading 5-2 in the third inning of a second game that was called due to darkness. On Saturday, March 22 they were swept in a league doubleheader by Genesee at Lewiston 3-8 and 2-3. . . .
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Lady Pirates win 4 games
The Prairie Lady Pirates swept through 4 games this past week beating Highland 21-1 in a league game on Tuesday, March 18, at Culdesac, then winning non-league games over McCall-Donnelly 17-6 on Friday, March 21at Cottonwood and 10-7over Kendrick and 13-7 over Asotin at the Asotin Tournament Saturday, March 22. . . .
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Spencer wins 3 events at Lapwai
At the season opening track meet at Kamiah Tuesday, March 18, Peter Spencer took first in the 1600 and then at the Central Idaho Invitational at Lapwai Saturday, March 22, he won all three distance races and anchored the medley relay team to a win. . . .
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Hale has top project at Summit Science Fair
Freshman Ally Hale was awarded with the Top Overall Project at the Summit Academy Science Fair with her entry titled, “Blood Sugar.” . . .
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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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Shown is a scene from Friday’s Missoula Children’s Theatre production of “Pinocchio.” Shown is Stromboli's Puppet show with Joseph Halligan, Taylor Riener, Halle Klapprich, and Rachel Gimmeson. Photos provided by Erin Shears. Click on the photo for a  larger view. 

Katteri Duman as Jiminy Cricket from the Missoula Children’s Theatre production of “Pinocchio.”

Julia Wemhoff is Fox, Joseph Halligan is Stromboli and Chloe Rowland is Cat from the Missoula Children’s Theatre production of  “Pinocchio.” Click on the photo for a larger view.

Boy Scout Troop #638, led by Shari Chafee, volunteered at the Cottonwood Recycling Site Saturday, March 22. Jay Hinterlong, site coordinator, said their hard work and help were greatly appreciated. From left are Shari Chaffee, Zack Reuter, Dan Karel, Blaze Berdoy, Hunter Chaffee, Tate Berdoy, Anthony Karel and Zane Reuter. Not pictured is Brad Berdoy. Photo provided by Shari Chaffee. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Monday was awards night for the Prairie boys basketball team. Shown are those receiving plaques for the C, JV and varsity squads. Front from left are Ryan Glimp, C team most improved; Brandon Higgins, JV assists leader; Brandon Anderson, C team defensive leader; Calvin Hinkelman, JV team defensive leader; Daniel Mager, JV most improved; and Tyson Schlader, C team Pirate Award. Back from left are Rhett Schlader, varsity defensive award and co-most valuable and White Pine League all-league 1st team; Jared Higgins, varsity assists leader, co-captain and co-most improved; Jake Bruner, varsity Pirate award and WPL all-league 1st team; Lucas Arnzen, varsity rebound leader, co-most valuable and WPL all-league 2nd team; Tanner Ross, varsity co-most improved; John Mager, JV rebounding leader and most valuable; Terran Peery, JV steals leader and Pirates award and Dylon Bruegeman, varsity co-captain. Click on the photo for a larger view.

The cheerleaders posed with their awards after their Awards Banquet on Thursday night. They are from left to right, Britney Bianchi, Miss Upbeat and Spirit of Cheerleading Award, Katherine Nida, Team Captain and Miss Sincerity, Beth Dinning, Miss Optimistic, Holli Uhlorn, Miss Dependable and Coach’s Award, Kirstin Latimer, Miss Thoughtfulness and Most Inspirational, Heidi Holubetz, Miss Insightful, Emily McHugh, Miss Righteousness, and Jessi Riener, Miss Fairness and Coach’s Award. Not shown is Jayde Wilson who won the Miss Eagerness award. Photo by Sherry Holthaus. Click on the photo for a larger view.

It was crafts time during the Tuesday Story time at the Library this week. Photo by Laurine Nightingale.Click on the photo for a larger view. See Library News for more photos from Tuesday's Story Time.

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