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Phil Lee Hancock

September 7, 2011

Phil Lee Hancock was born in Springfield, Illinois on Jan 17, 1940 to Charles and Lillian Hancock. He was the youngest of three sons and third of five siblings. Because of his brother’s asthma condition, their family and grandparents all moved west to Arizona to a drier climate in 1943. They attended many different schools because of three rambunctious boys. One or the other was always getting expelled for one reason or another. He involuntarily joined the Marine Corps at the age of 17, where he got his GED.

Greggory McMasters

September 7, 2011

Greg went to the Lord on the evening of September 1 in Spokane. He was born in Spokane on September 23, 1948. Greg met Karen D. Cole and they were married April 22, 1971. He went to west valley (Spo-kane). Greg was a sheep herder, work horse trainer (broke horses), rode in rodeo’s owned his own dairy and ran a motel. He was also minister of The United Pentecostal Church and started many churches, sold real estate, worked for Orkin Pest Control, sold Humana Insurance, sold mobile homes and worked at Big R in sporting goods, where he made many friends.

Evelyn Ada McMillan

September 7, 2011

Evelyn Ada McMillan, a resident of Colville, passed away on September 1, 2011 in Colville at the age of 103. She was born on her grandparent's ranch near Princeton, MN on February 14, 1908.

Dorothy Reed

September 7, 2011

Dorothy B. Reed, a resident of Colville, passed away on August 30, 2011 in Colville at the age of 77. She was born on Dec. 22, 1933 in Dayton, the daughter of John and Myrtle (Tate) Powers.

Lakeside rolls over Colville

September 7, 2011

Going into the season, Colville High head coach Randy Cornwell knew there would be nights like this. In one of the worst beatings a CHS football team has absorbed in many years, the decidedly inexperienced Indians dropped a 41-7 decision to visiting Lakeland High last Friday night. For the Indians, who lost some key personnel to graduation on a 2010 team that finished 9-1, the inexperience was evident against a Lakeland team that was playing its second game of the season. The Hawks opened the season with a loss in Coeur d’ Alene to Lake City.

Chewelah cross-country has fresh faces

September 7, 2011

The Jenkins High School (Chewelah) cross-country team has a bunch of fresh faces on the boys and girls teams this season to compliment returning state qualifier Christina Hall.
Head coach Pat Kostecka is still sorting out who is going to be running for his varsity, but he figures the Cougars are definitely ready for the challenge.
“We’re not a very big school, but we have 26 kids out for cross-country which I’m very happy about, and of those 26, we have 17 freshmen,” said coach Kostecka. “So the leadership aspect of having Christina back is huge.”

Colville Food Bank needs help now

September 7, 2011

It’s customary for the S-E to check in with the Colville Food and Resource Center during near the beginning of fall, as the holiday season peaks over the horizon. This year, fall was too far away, according to CFRC Director Frani Roberts.
“Usually, I wait until the end of September, but I have to get the word out now,” says Roberts, motioning to the scant, nearly bare shelves in the food bank. “We’re hurting and we need all the help we can get.”

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