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May 9th

Eugene Erickson

May 9, 2012

Eugene Alexander Erickson, age 74, passed away on April 28, 2012. He was born on Nov. 7, 1937, the son of Rudolph and Mary (Ditchfield) Erickson in Saskatchewan, Canada.
Eugene moved to the United States when he was very young. He lived in the Tacoma and Vashon Island areas, where he at¬tended school until moving to France with his family, where he graduated from high school. Upon completion of high school, Gene moved back to the United States and attended college.

Douglas Allan Anderson

May 9, 2012

Douglas Allan Anderson, a longtime resident of Colville, passed away on May 4, 2012, at his home. Doug was born on Oct. 28, 1955 at the Osaka Army Hospital in Kanaoka, Japan, the son of Allan Orville and Arlene LaBelle (White) Anderson. During his youth, Doug’s family relocated often as they followed his father’s service in the U.S. military. They resided on military bases in Japan, Texas, Alabama, Georgia and Germany. Doug’s family eventually settled in the Marysville area, where he completed his junior and senior high school education.

Curtis Young

May 9, 2012

Curtis Young, “Fish”, age 41, passed away in Spokane on May 4, 2012. He was born on Dec. 11, 1970, the son of Steven and Marie (Holland) Young, in Colville.
Curt, a life-long resident of Kettle Falls and Colville, attended school in Kettle Falls and graduated from Kettle Falls High School in 1989. He was a very generous man, a big-hearted, caring individual who always lived life to the fullest. Curt was also one of the founding members of the “Richard Craniums”.

May 2nd

Lady Bulldogs sweep

May 2, 2012

Kettle Falls moves up in standings

Kettle Falls High, back to full strength for the first time since March, swept Reardan 10-4, 10-0 in a Northeast 2B fast-pitch softball doubleheader last Tuesday.
Krislin McInelly, back in the circle for the Lady Bulldogs, was solid if not impressive against a slumping Reardan team that recently lost their top pitcher to a broken hand.
THIS WEEK
The Northeast 2B season heads into its final week. The Lady Bulldogs trail Northwest Christian and Colfax in the standings.

Cougars stumble in final week of NEA play

May 2, 2012

Chewelah faces
loser out game

The Jenkins High School Cougars stumbled to the finish of the Northeast A League regular season, losing three of four to finish third in the baseball standings.
Chewelah played a loser out game in the first round of the NEA playoffs that started on Tuesday at the home of the higher seeded team.

May 1st

Northport falls for the first time

May 1, 2012

Mustangs split DH with
Odessa-Harr.

After scraping past Northeast 1B North foe Selkirk earlier in the week, Northport High (15-1) faced its first real tests of the season last Saturday in a non-league doubleheader with Odessa-Harrington (14-4), leader of the Northeast 1B South.

Colville vs. Lakeside for league championship

May 1, 2012

A split would
be good enough

Colville High (12-0, 14-2) needs at least a split of Thursday’s crucial Northeast A League fast-pitch softball doubleheader at Nine Mile Falls (Lakeside) to annex a second straight league championship. The twin-bill marks the final league games for both schools before the post-season gets underway on Tuesday, May 8 with loser-out games between the NEA third, fourth, fifth and sixth place teams.

Bulldogs on a major roll

May 1, 2012

Kettle Falls has won eight of last 10 games

Kettle Falls High first-year baseball coach Landon Johnston hopes his young Bulldogs can stay hot this week as the Northeast 2B regular season concludes.
The Bulldogs (10-8, 9-5) have won eight of their last 10 games and haven’t dropped a Northeast 2B contest since April 14 and a split with league-leading Lind-Ritzville/Sprague (12-1, 16-1). KFHS is the only team to have beaten LRS so far this season.
THIS WEEK
Kettle Falls hosted Davenport (6-3, 6-6) in a Senior Day twinbill on Tuesday.

Schools spared the axe, but enrollment wanes

May 1, 2012

Local school districts were spared the financial axe during the 2012 Washington State Legislative session as legislators struggled to address a $1.1 billion shortfall in the state budget. While there were a number of proposals to cut funding to public education, public schools came out relatively unscathed.
“It is looking like there will be little to no change in per pupil funding for the 2012/2013 school year,” said Colville School District Superintendent Ken Emmil. “However, federal program funding is up in the air right now and there are hints that there will be cuts for next year.

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