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October 26th

Kettle looks for big upset

October 26, 2011

Kettle Falls High (5-3, 3-2) has already clinched a post-season berth, but there is nothing the Bulldogs would like more than to upset unbeaten and third-ranked Colfax (7-0, 5-0) in the Northeast 2B football finale for both teams Friday night in Kettle Falls. Game time is 7 p.m. Kettle Falls is coming off an easy 44-13 dismantling of Northeast 2B cellar-dweller Liberty (1-7, 0-5) last Friday night at Spangle. Colfax ran to a 26-0 lead over Springdale before easing off the throttle in a 58-36 road win last Friday. Fourth seed Kettle’s win at Liberty clinched a no.

Regional at Plantes Ferry Park next for Chewelah c-c

October 26, 2011

The Chewelah cross-country teams wrapped up their 2011 regular season with a dual meet against Freeman last Tuesday at Chewelah Golf and Country Club. Both races were close, but in the team scoring, Freeman edged the Cougars in both the boys and girls races.
In the boy's race, Freeman won 22 to 33. FHS runners also placed first, second and third, with Austin Fish running a 17:56 to finish over two-minutes ahead of second place Max Axtell at 20:14.

‘A wolf in sheep’s clothing’

October 26, 2011

Washington state voters will experience déjà vu when they receive their ballots this year for the Nov. 8 election. Yet another initiative (I-1183) that would privatize liquor sales in Washington is up for debate.
The initiative made headlines last week when Costco Wholesale added another $8.9 million to support the initiative, bringing its total contributions to more than $22 million, according to the state Public Disclosure Commission.

Facing foreclosure? New law could help

October 26, 2011

With more than 10,000 Washington State homes in foreclosure in the first half of 2011 and another 76,400 homeowners seriously delinquent on their mortgages, the 2011 Washington Legislature passed the Foreclosure Fairness Act.
“I don’t know how it (act) has impacted local homeowners yet because it’s a relatively new law,” says Tammy Ringer of the Northeast Washington Association of REALTORS®. “But hopefully, people in our area will begin to utilize it once they learn of the available resources it provides.”

October 19th

Chewelah holds off Lakeside

October 19, 2011

Entering the final two weeks of their Northeast A League football schedule, Chewelah is in the league playoff picture after a victory over the Lakeside Eagles on Friday night.
The Cougars' defense had their best performance of the season, holding the Eagles to 207 yards total offense and stopping three Lakeside scoring threats inside the five-yard-line to preserve the 13-6 win at Nine Mile Falls.
“It was a good win for us on the road,” coach Jim Fisk said. “We’ll take it.”

Kettle defense comes up big against Springdale

October 19, 2011

The Kettle Falls High defense, run over one week earlier in a loss to Lind-Ritzville/Sprague, came up big against Mary Walker (Springdale) last Friday night in a 34-6 Northeast 2B football road win. Kettle Falls (4-3, 2-2) returned two first half interceptions for touchdowns and added a second half punt block return for another score. Kettle Falls put up 21 first quarter points on the Chargers (1-6, 1-4) and the first 34 of the game. “We came out firing on all cylinders on offense and our defense really stepped up and played well,” Corvino said of a must win.

CHS trap team comes in fourth

October 19, 2011

The Colville High School FFA trap shooting team recently finished fourth out of 16 teams competing at a shoot in Odessa. In photo (left to right) are Jonas Mebes, Logan Butterfield, Luke Walker, Kashmir Howes, Clayton Brassfield and coach Howie Kubik. Howes came home with three first place medals: first in women’s, first in Buddy Shoot and first in Missin’ Out. Brassfield was second in Missin’ Out. The team practices every Thursday after school and travels periodically to shooting clubs around the FFA league.

Colville cross-country team gears for post-season

October 19, 2011

It was a short drive down Highway 395 to the manicured fairways of the Chewelah Golf & Country Club last Tuesday for Colville High’s cross-country team. It took even less time than the drive for the local harriers to dispatch the over-matched Cougars. Under mostly sunny skies, the late afternoon confrontation between the Cougars and Indians provided little suspense, but was long on entertainment as both teams struggled to navigate the sparsely marked, tree-lined course.

Big second half propels Wellpinit over Northport

October 19, 2011

After getting close to high-powered Wellpinit (3-0, 6-1) back in early September, Northport High faithful had every reason to believe that the second time around would be different and the Mustangs might pull off a monumental upset. Well, things were different. NHS (3-1, 4-3) had few answers for the Wellpinit running-back A.J. Kieffer and the high-octane Redskins’ offense. The result was a lopsided 58-18 loss to fourth-ranked Wellpinit in a key Northeast 1B North eight-man game at Northport last Friday night.

Quentin J. Porter

October 19, 2011

Quentin J. Porter, 85 of Colville, died Monday afternoon, Oct. 10, 2011 with his family at his side and in the comfort of Francis House Syracuse, where he had been since Sept. 29, 2011. Quentin finally lost his ten-year battle with cancer.
He was born on March 20, 1926 in Berlin, Wis,. The son of Harold A. and Helen Lubenetski Porter.
He married Jeanne Bodenback in 1949 in Wisconsin. Quentin and Jeanne were happily married for 40 years. Jeanne, ‘Mama Jeanne’, passed away in 1989 after her own battle with cancer.

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