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Kettle Falls High students serve as pages in Olympia

March 6, 2012

OLYMPIA--Haley McIrvin and Emily Owens, both sophomores at Kettle Falls High School, participated in the Senate Page Program dur¬ing the fifth week of the 2012 session. McIrvin and Owens were sponsored by Sen. Bob Morton (R-Kettle Falls).

McCart announces candidacy for Stevens County Commissioner

March 6, 2012

Wes McCart has announced his candidacy for the Stevens County Commissioner seat in District 1.
Current District 1 Commissioner Larry Guenther announced he will not be seeking another term.
McCart, as a businessman and farmer, recognizes the need to expand economic base, grow the local economy, support good living wages, protect private property rights, and get government bureaucrats out of the way.

"Millie” Lyng

March 6, 2012

Mildred “Millie” May Lyng, a 53-year resident of Kettle Falls, passed away on Feb. 20, 2012. Millie was born on Feb. 2, 1927 in Raley, Alberta, Canada, the daughter of Morton Harrison and Edna (Severson) Caufield.
She moved into the United States as a young child, traveling between communities where work opportunities were available for her family. In her teen years, Millie moved to Northeast Washington where she graduated from high school at Medical Lake.

Anne Davis

March 6, 2012

Anne Davis passed to her rest on March 2, 2012 at age 96 in Kettle Falls.
She was born in Fox Valley, Saskatchewan, Canada on Sept. 12, 1915, the third of six children to recent German immigrant parents. The family moved to a number of farming communi¬ties, mostly in Alberta, during Anne's years of elementary and secondary schooling.
She chose a career in nursing, and made a major move in the early 1940's to Kentucky and Florida for her nurse’s training.

Michael Van Brady

March 6, 2012

Michael Van Brady, a resident of Lolo, Montana, passed away on Feb. 28, 2012 in Missoula, Montana at the age of 49. He was born in Kirkland on March 23, 1962 to Loyde and Phillis Brady.

James Day

March 6, 2012

Jim Day passed away on February 28, 2012 at the Veteran’s Hospital Hospice Care Unit after a short battle with lung cancer.
Jim was born Feb. 25, 1940 in Colville. He was the son of James E. and Gladys A Day. He grew up in Northport and in 1960 joined the U.S. Navy. He was discharged in 1964.
He worked as a log truck driver for several local loggers, and was also part owner of Day Brothers Logging for a few years.

Mary Dudley

March 6, 2012

Mary Colleen Dudley of Kettle Falls passed away on Feb. 29, 2012 at the age of 86.
Colleen was born in Ft. Bragg, North Carolina to Captain Lawrence (US Army) and Nina Mackey. She lived in California and Oregon before moving to Kettle Falls with her husband, William, who passed away in 2005.
Colleen is survived by her brother, James, California; three daughters, six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
At Colleen’s request, there will be no service.
Danekas Funeral Chapel and Crematory has been entrusted with the arrangements.

Ted Crist

March 6, 2012

Delbert Theodore (Ted) Crist died Feb. 24, 2012 at his home on the Kettle River.
Ted was born to Allen Theodore and Lois (Taylor) Crist Sept. 10, 1934 in Boise, Idaho. He spent his early years at the family farm near Gooding, Idaho. In 1946 the family moved to Colville, where they farmed in the Narcisse area. Ted graduated from Colville in 1953 and from Washington State College in 1957. He worked for the Farmers Home Administration and the National Bank of Commerce. He married Kay McCormick (now divorced) in 1959. They had three children.

Stephen Krausse

March 6, 2012

Stephen R. Krausse (20), died unexpectedly on Feb. 23, 2012 at his residence in St. Maries, Idaho.
He was born June 6, 1991 in Olympia. He grew up in Colville and was a 12-year senior of Colville High School. He graduated in 2009. Stephen worked in food service at Arby’s, as well as a construction company in Colville.
He moved to St. Maries in April 2011, and started his new job at Stimson Lumber Company in the sawmill department. He was also training for a sawyer position. In January 2012, he started a new job with Inter-Mountain West Insulation, where he was currently employed.

Carl Howes

March 6, 2012

Carl L. Howes passed on Jan. 27, 2012 in Colville.
Carl was born the fifth of eight children to Carson and Hazel Howes on April 16, 1924 in Springfield Oregon. He graduated the eighth grade from the Children’s Farm Home of The Oregon. After that, he went to work in the shipyards in Portland, OR.
At the age of 18, Carl was drafted into the U.S. Army where he served in WWII in the 1282 Engineering Combat BN, he was part of the Rhineland Central Europe Campaign.

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