Updated December 15, 2022
Cottonwood City Council meets
The Cottonwood City Council held their regular December meeting Monday, Dec. 12, and appointed a new council member. . . .
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Elementary Concert is Friday
The Prairie Elementary Christmas concert is schedule for Friday, December 16th at 1:00 pm in the elementary school gymnasium. . . .
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Idaho County's top 4-Hers are named
Idaho County’s top 4-H’ers were recently named. . . .
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Photos from the Christmas Parade
On this page are photos from the Cottonwood Lighted Christmas Parade held Sunday, Dec. 11. . . .
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Alumni basketball games set for Dec. 26
Prairie High School alumni basketball games will take place on Monday, December 26th at Prairie High School gym. . . .
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Pirates lose twice
The Prairie Pirates lost a pair of home league games last week as they fell to Lapwai 38-82 on Thursday, Dec. 8, and to Troy 20-36 on Saturday, Dec. 10. . . .
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Lady Pirates edged by Lapwai
For the second straight season the Prairie Lady Pirates lost at Lapwai on a buzzer-beating shot after holding the lead late in the game. This time they lost on a 3-pointer 50-52 on Tuesday, Dec. 6. . . .
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Patriot teams each are 1-1 during the week
The St. John Bosco boys and girls basketball teams each split a pair of games this past week.
On Tuesday, Dec.6, they traveled together to Kendrick where they both lost. The girls lost 14-55 while the boys lost 38-60. On Thursday, Dec. 8, the boys team traveled to Weippe where they beat Timberline 58-43. Finally on Saturday, Dec. 10, the girls traveled to Boise where they picked up their first win of the season, 43-14 over North Star Charter. . . .
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This young man’s hair was as curly as Santa’s beard as he tells Santa what he’d like for Christmas at Santa’s Cabana after Sunday’s Parade. Click on the photo for a larger view.

The Prairie ASB officers who were in charge of the food drive collection are shown with the food collected.  It was delivered last Wednesday to the Food Bank. Standing from left are Mary Schwartz, Riley Enneking, Amelia Uhlenkott and Tara Schlader. Kneeling are Kristin Wemhoff and Julia Rehder.Photo by Tori Decaria. Click on the photo for a larger view.

November/December Students of the month at Prairie Jr./Sr. High School are from left, Carter Shears 10th grade, Mary Schwartz, 12th grade  and Andrew Trieb, 7th grade. Photo by Matt Elven. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Mayor Keith Holcomb swears in new Cottonwood City Council member Brett Miller. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Prairie’s Elks Hoop Shoot winners are shown. From left, Reagan Brannan, Michael Forsmann, and Axel Forsmann won first place for their age groups and will go on to compete in the District Shoot that will take place in Lewiston on January 21st. Photo by Matt Elven. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Julia Rehder received second place on the VFW district level with her Voice of Democracy speech in Lewiston this last Saturday. She was awarded $100. Photo provided by Nolan and Rachel Rehder.

Pro-life Patriots, St. John Bosco's new chapter of Students for Life of America welcomed the public to their first Candlelight Mass on the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe in the school chapel. Our Lady of Guadalupe is the patroness of the unborn.  Pro-life Patriot members received sponors for 160 candles which were lit throughout the chapel and served with the altar candles as the only lighting for the Mass.  Fr. Paul officiated the Mass with Deacons Ryan Uhlenkott and Eric Wassmuth.  This was the first major fundraiser for the group who have additional plans to continue supporting life, not only for the unborn but for those who have chosen life through adoption and fostering as well.  Proceeds from the candle sponsorships are being used to provide Christmas gifts for 40 local foster children, as well as providing donations to local Pro-life pregnancy centers and adoption centers.  The Pro-life Patriots are grateful to those who sponsored a candle and thank all who protect the unborn and chose life through support of foster families and adoption. Click on the photo for a larger view.




The Prairie Jr./Sr. High School Band held their Christmas Concert Monday, Dec. 12 at the PHS Cafeteria. From top down are: Mr. Eynon playing "Jingle Bell Rock" with the band; The band standing to take a bow at the end of the concertl Alaina Lustig performing a solo and George Villamor and Matthew Jones performing a duet. Photos provided by Jon Rehder. Click on each of the top two photos for a larger view.

Kendra Duclos graduated cum laude from the university of idaho on Saturday December 11th with a Bachelor of Science in Plant Science specializing in Crop Science and minoring in Ag Business.  Kendra will be working for Bayer Crop Science as a research associate with the hybrid wheat program in Nampa. She is a 2019 graduate of Prairie High School and is the daughter of Mike and Tara Duclos. Click on the photo for a larger view.
 
Donn Clark chased a flock of turkeys down the street on his way home last Wednesday. He says this is only about half of them. Click on the photo for a larger view.
 
The Habit had their Employees Christmas party and painted Christmas sleds with Brenda's Paint Parties. Shown are (not in order) Grace, Amelia, Mary, Carmela, Erin, Steel, Heather, Hannah and Sarah. Photo by Brenda Holmes. Click on the photo for a larger view.
 
 
 
 

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