Updated July 17, 2014
Cottonwood City Council meets
The Cottonwood City Council started the process to apply for a grant to help fix the culvert at Maple Street that was damaged during the spring flood at their July meeting Monday, July 14. . . .
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Robot Fun at Summer Reading Program
At Prairie Community Library, on Thursday, July 10th approximately 25 kids gathered together for the 3rd session of Pop, Fizz, Read Summer Reading Program.  The focus was on robots. . . .
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Ferdinand Good Neighbor Award winners
The purpose of the Good Neighbor Award contest is to recognize home and business gardens for the special beauty they add to the community. . . .
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Prairie Jr./Sr. High School Supply lists
On this page are the school supply lists for Prairie Jr./Sr. High. . . .
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Icon retreat to focus on St. Scholastica
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. So it also is with painting icons, a visual form of prayer in which the purpose is not so much the completed image, but on the very process of creation and inspiration. . . .
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More 52-Pickup winners
The monthly and final drawing for 2013-2014 KC 52 Pickup (pink card) participants were held at the June & July meeting of KC #1389.  July was the final drawing for the pink cards.  The winners are as follows: . . .
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Bus service to Aquatic Center
For any kids Kindergarten and up the Center For Discovery will be taking a bus to the Aquatic Center in Clarkston on Wednesday, July 23 and Thursday, July 31. . . .
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Library news
Library Board Member Janice Schnider who passed away earlier in Portland, will be Memorialized . . .
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Prairie Football and Basketball schedules
On this page are the 2014-15 football and boys basketball schedules for Prairie High School. . . .
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Volleyball and Basketball schedules
On this page  are the volleyball and girls basketball schedules for the 2014-15 seasons. . . .
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There was a rare sight last week when Two Life Flight helicopters landed just minutes from each other at St. Mary’s Hospital on Tuesday, July 8th.  They transported two vehicle accident patients to SJRMC in serious condition. Photo by Cheri Holthaus. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Youngsters with the miniature robots they made at last Thursday session of the Summer Reading Program. Photo provided by Annette Wemhoff. Click on the photo for a  larger view..

Another photo from last Thursday’s Summer Reading Program showing youngsters were playing robot marshmallow walk in this photo. Photo provided by Annette Wemhoff.  Click on the photo for a larger view.

On July 4th, Nicole Poxleitner was crowned 2015 Border Days Queen.  Nicole is a Sophomore at Prairie High School and her parents are Glenn and Loretta Poxleitner.  Shandra Madden was crowned Princess.  Shandra is a Junior from Grangeville and her parents are Charlene and James Madden. Photos by Lauretta Poxleitner. Click on the photos for larger views.

Mike and Kim Ingram with their Good Neighbor Award for Ferdinand.

The flowers at Trestle Brewing Company that helped Mike and Kim Ingram win their Good Neighbor Award. See story above left. Click on the photos for larger views.

Mike Lauer with his Good Neighbor Award for Ferdinand.

Mike Lauer’s vegetable garden that won him the Good Neighbor Award for Ferdinand from the Nezperce Garden Club. Photos provided by Leann McMaster.See story above left. Click on the photos for larger views.

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