Archive - Apr 2012
But Indians tested against
The unbeaten Colville High School girlâs tennis team faced a rigorous test on Tuesday when Chewelahâs upstart tennis team, an upset winner of Lakeside last week in Northeast A League tennis play, visited the defending NEA champion Indians.
Chewelah dropped a narrow 3-2 decision earlier this season to Colville.
âThat might prove to be a bit more interesting than I had expected,â CHS head coach Phil Johnson said after Chewelah downed always tough Lakeside. âThere wonât be any room for error against them.â
Occasionally great things can come from modest products, but at Haus of Hardwoods, great furniture comes from the highest quality hardwoods.
For the avid woodworker, Haus of Hardwoods is the ideal location to buy the raw material to make benches, tables, chairs, dressers and more.
Owners Peter and Toni Griessmann strive to source a variety of traditional hardwoods like Black Walnut and Cherry, as well as exotic species from Africa and Asia for their clientele.
The Stevens County Conservation District hosted their 35th annual Forestry Competition last week at Douglas Falls Park northeast of Colville. Six high schools from around the region competed.
The long-running competition gives students the opÂŹportunity to test their skills in a practical setting.
Chainsaw: 1st Clayton Vining Colville
2nd Dalton Streibeck Colville
3rd Andrew Nigg Colville
Compass: 1st Clayton Vining Colville
2nd Shawn Hess Chelan
3rd William Simmons Inchelium
Legals: 1st Clayton Vining Colville
2nd John Cantor Chelan
The Colville City Council chambers turned into an ideological battleground last Tuesday as community memÂŹbers volleyed back and forth during a public comment peÂŹriod.
The issue at hand was whether or not a trio of local residents should be allowed to turn the âCâ into a peace sign on Colville Mountain for Earth Day. The author of the proÂŹposal, Peter Quinn, withdrew his proposal, saying he âdidnât mean to offend anyone,â and that his desire to construct the temporary peace sign was not politically motivated.
HALDON L. âSLIMâ HOLFORD, 85, Morton, WA, died Tuesday, April 3, at Morton General Hospital, Morton, WA. A Graveside Service was held 2 p.m. Friday, April 13, at Meyers Falls Cemetery, Kettle Falls, WA. Services were under the direction of Brown Mortuary, Morton.
Emily Gladys Knapp passed away on the evening of Good Friday, April 6, 2012 in Olympia, WA at age 96, due to complications that arose waiting for treatment of a compression fracture. She was a 66 year resident of Colville, Washington and loved her town.
Elsie Agnes Hazel Jamieson Grant, born in Colville Oct. 10, 1920, passed away April 5, 2012, at the age of 91 in Richland, where a memorial gathering was held. She was the only daughter of Scottish immigrant parents, Gavin Waddell Jamieson (1877-1952) and Mary Aitken Potter Jamieson (1875-1961), who came to Rice in 1909, via South Africa, and was the sister of the late Donald Jamieson (1908-1989) of Colville.
Alvin James Girdner, a resident of Colville, passed away on April 12, 2012 in Colville at the age of 82. Alvin was born on January 28, 1930 in Bernice, OK, the son of Alex Louis and Susie Evelyn (Evans) Girdner.
Almeda Rose Davis was born August 24, 1952 to Donald Deck and Rose Ann (Martin) Deck of Tacoma. As a newborn she lived in Yelm, WA. with grandpa Jim and Nanny. At the age of two, she was adopted by Leland Gardner. As a young adult, she married Tom Waters and was blessed with a son, Kahle. Almeda later married Manford James (Jim) Davis on August 24, 1985 on the Davisâ family property in Montesano, WA. Over time they were also blessed with two boys: Paden and Colton.
John Robert Pickett was born June 24, 1941 and passed away April 10, 2012. John was born and raised in Pocatello, Idaho. His family moved to Portland for his junior high and high school years. After graduation John served in the United States Coast Guard. Throughout his life, John had several jobs including logging, working at Safeway, selling tractors, and as a security guard.