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January 11th

Eugene Lantzy

January 11, 2012

Eugene Ray Lantzy passed away peacefully at his home in Chewelah on Jan. 5, 2012 at the age of 89. Eugene was one of six children born to the late John and Clara (Denison) Lantzy.
Eugene was born on June 3, 1922 in St. Maries, Idaho and shortly thereafter relocated to Miles. In 1929, Eugene's family relocated to a farm on the Columbia River near Hunters, where he attended school at Fruitland and completed high school at Hunters.

Vining wins 195 title at Riverside Classic

January 11, 2012

Tonasket next for Bulldogs on Saturday

Kettle Falls High junior Tyler Vining led the KFHS wrestling contingent at last Saturday’s Riverside Classic with a championship at 195 pounds.
Kettle’s Garrett Anderson finished second at 106 pounds; Kyle Hyde, fourth at 132, and fifth place went to Dan Kearney (152) and Jacob Walsh (138).
“The wrestling was intense,” KFHS head coach Joe Kerns said of his team’s showing at Riverside. “The matches Dan (Kearney) lost were by one point and in overtime.”

Chewelah boys continue to roll

January 11, 2012

Cougars face Riverside, Colville this week

The Chewelah boy’s basket­ball team opened Northeast A League play with a pair of wins last week in three games.
The wins earned the hot Cou­gars a spot atop what promises to be a wild league race.
Back on Jan. 3, the Cougars opened up NEA play at Freeman (7-6, 2-1). Chewelah came out a bit flat and dropped a 62-46 de­cision.
Chewelah was unable unable to get much go­ing in the first half against an aggressive, physical Scotties’ team.

Cougars lose Wuesthoff

January 11, 2012

The Chewelah girls lost their first three games of Northeast A League season last week, but the biggest blow of all was los­ing starting guard Brittney Wuesthoff for the re­mainder of the season to a torn meniscus in her left knee.
“It’s a tough way to start the league season,” said head coach Tom Skok.
Coach Skok feels that the Cougars are taking the loss in stride and dealing with the ab­sence of a key player as well as they can.
“It makes things tough, she was our leading scorer at the time,” Skok said. “But we’re battling to get through it.”

Colville cranks up the defensive pressure in three league wins

January 11, 2012

First place in NEA on the line at Freeman

Colville High girls’ basketball co-head coaches Al Bushnell and Ray Clark have conceded all along this season that the Indians’ mix of veteran talent and youth has been an ongoing work in progress.
Well, that work in progress has progressed nicely after early returns around the Northeast A League last week.

Another day besides Father’s Day for rodeo

January 11, 2012

The annual Panorama (Colville) Pro-West Rodeo is changing its dates from Fa­ther’s Day weekend to Fri­day, June 22 and Saturday, June 23.
According to Panorama Ro­deo Association Board (PRA) member Wyatt Cowley, the change comes in part because this year is a leap year, caus­ing this year’s rodeo to share the same calendar space with events in Oregon and South­ern Washington and the Na­tional College Rodeo Finals in Casper, Wyoming.
That could mean a drop in the number of cowboys who might other­wise compete in Colville’s Pro-West Ro­deo stop.

January 10th

Community college offers non-credit winter classes

January 10, 2012

The Institute for Extended Learning Colville center, also known as the Colville Community College, will be offering non-credit classes this winter on a variety of skill-boosting topics from computer literacy and rug making to Japanese and gardening.

The classes offered during Jan., Feb. and March are mostly on night and weekends and range from $11 to $70, depending on the subject and the length of the class. The Colville IEL is a branch of the Community Colleges of Spokane and offers regular credit classes during the day along with its non-credit offerings.

Legislative session starts Jan. 9

January 10, 2012

The Washington State Legislature convened yesterday, Jan. 9, for a short 60-day session where they will attempt to make up a roughly $2 billion deficit in the state budget. The regular session convened just weeks after the closure of a "special session" that aimed to outline budget cuts and adjustments prior to the regular Legislative session.

January 4th

Colville High volleyball up for Youth awards

January 4, 2012

Missy Bennett, CHS v-ball team also honored

Twenty standout high school athletes, including Colville High School junior volleyball player Joellee Buckner, have been recognized for their accomplishments in 2011 and will be honored during the annual Inland Northwest Youth Awards Luncheon Feb. 15 at the Spokane Convention Center.
The luncheon is hosted by the Inland Northwest Sportswriters and Broadcasters, whose 50 members in eastern Washington and north Idaho pick finalists and vote for the winners of junior male and female athlete, coaches and teams of the year.

Northeast A next for Indians

January 4, 2012

Colville High boys split in Yakima

A Colville High boy’s basketball team that has played inconsistently through a mostly rigorous non-league December schedule heads into the Northeast A League rat-race this week looking for some continued strong play on the defensive end and a better handle on some elusive offensive consistency.

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