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January 18th

Wolf kill workshop offered to county

January 18, 2012

Following a public meeting that announced how Stevens County law enforcement is planning to respond to wolf kills, the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) has offered to help train local deputies on recognizing wolf depredation.
The offer was made after a county plan was vocalized to provide response and investigation of wolf complaints in the county, much like the current system in Wallowa County, Oregon.

Hubbard, Pond lead Indians past Chewelah in ‘Showdown’

January 18, 2012

Newport, Riverside up next for Colville

In as close to a must-win situation as a team could get at this juncture of the season, Colville High dug out a 53-45 win at Chewelah last Friday night in front of a packed house in the so-called 395 Showdown rivalry game.
Sophomore post Matt Hubbard led the Indians (8-8, 3-2) with 24 points and 19 rebounds (two off the school record). Senior post Alex Pond added 12 points and 16 rebounds.

Colville second at River City

January 18, 2012

Indians down Chewelah

It was a good week to be a Colville High wrestler last week.
The Indians demolished visiting Chewelah in a Northeast A League dual meet last Wednesday night, 54-24, and finished second in last Friday and Saturday’s 15th annual River City Duals at Post Falls High School.
Host Post Falls beat Colville High 68-16 in the championship dual of the Gold Division.
The tournament featured 24 teams.
THIS WEEK

January 11th

Dale Fortune

January 11, 2012

Dale K. Fortune, a 58-year resident of Kettle Falls, passed away on Dec. 29, 2011 at the age of 84. He was born Sept. 7, 1927 in Cheyenne, Wyoming and graduated from high school in Lewistown, Montana in 1945.
He married Shirley Hill on April 9, 1948. Together they raised four boys near Kettle Falls.
Dale worked for the Department of Natural Resources and later as a building contractor until retiring in 1988, after which he managed their timber land.

Sean Kelly

January 11, 2012

Sean Kristopher Kelly, a resident of Rice, passed away on Jan. 7, 2012 at the age of 40. Sean was born on July 26, 1971 in Bellevue, the son of Richard Harding and Liv Esther (Scolom) Kelly.
Sean had the opportunity to reside in many communities in Washington, California, New Mexico and Florida while growing up. He attended school in many facilities before graduating in the Seattle area. He began a family with the love of his life, Tanya. Sean later moved to Israel, where he attended college for three years.

Philip Francis Black

January 11, 2012

Philip Francis Black, at the age of 83, quietly drew his last breath at 8 a.m. on Jan. 3, and is now in a better place. While we love and miss him, we are thankful for the perfect will of the Lord. He became a Christian at a young age, and lived a full and productive life. Phil is survived by his wife of 60 years, Patricia Ann (Wallace) Black; by seven children, 25 grandchildren, 26 great-grandchildren, and his older brother, Paul, of Walla Walla. His children now reside in Arkansas, California, Nevada and Washington.

Harold L. Oliveira

January 11, 2012

Harold L. Oliveira, “Hal” passed away on Tuesday, Dec.22, 2011 at the age of 71.
He was born on March 21, 1940, the son of Jacintho and Helena (Phillips) Oliveira in Hilo, Hawaii.
Harold, a 24-year resident of Colville, is survived by his wife Betty Jean of 52 years, at the home; two daughters, Jenny and Shirleen; grandsons John and Jason Biscarro; and soon would have been a great-grandfather. Harold is also survived by his brothers, Rogers and Robert Allan Oliveira.
Danekas Funeral Chapel and Crematory was entrusted with the arrangements.

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.

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