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July 23rd

Peach Crest fire put out in a hurry

July 23, 2013

The Kettle Falls Fire Department (KFFD) responded to an emergency call of a fire near Peach Crest Road last Friday, striking hard and fast to quell the flames that were poised to threaten over half a dozen homes in the area. Fire Districts #3, #8, and #7 were also called to the scene, along with the Department of Natural Resources (DNR), who also provided air support. In total, the fire consumed 3.25 acres, said DNR spokesperson Rette Bidstrup.

July 19th

What's coming up! Check out these events

July 19, 2013

July 23: “National Hot Dog Day” is July 23rd and to celebrate Parkview Senior Living will be giving away FREE hot dogs from 2:30-3:30 on the patio. Gate Way music will be entertaining us with LIVE music as well. Please call for more information or for directions to 509-684-5677.

Colville United Soccer Camp back this summer

July 19, 2013

Camp will run
July 29 to August 1

The Colville United Soccer Camp will make another run later this month at the Colville High School soccer complex. The camp will run July 29 through August 1 on the CHS fields.
Youngsters age four to six will meet for camp from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. each day. Youngsters ages seven to nine will participate from 5:45 to 6:45 p.m., and older campers (ages 10-11) will go from 7 to 8:15 p.m.

Tiger Triathlon makes another run on Saturday

July 19, 2013

Big field expected

The summer sports scene wouldn’t be complete without another running of the popular Tiger Triathlon. This year’s 23rd running of the swim/bike and run Tiger will be held Saturday, July 20. Swimmers will hit the waters of Gillette Lake at 8 a.m. sharp.
Tiger Triathlon Race Director Jake Wilson, who doubles as the city of Colville’s Recreation Coordinator, is certainly more comfortable with his Tiger Tri responsibilities after overseeing his first triathlon last July.

Sixth annual Opie-Coxie Open is July 27 at DM

July 19, 2013

Tourney one of
areas most popular

Colville’s Dominion Meadows Golf Course will once again host the annual Opie-Coxie Open on Saturday, July 27. This is an event golfers of any ability level should not miss and is one of the most popular one-day tournaments in North­east Washington.
The tournament serves as a tribute to two great men, John Ochs and Steve Cox.
The format for this event is a scramble with four or five per­son teams. Entry fee is $45 per player, if paid by July 24, and $50 per player after July 24.

July 18th

Boxes for infants keep precious memories alive

July 18, 2013

The boxes that Joyce Powers and her cohorts decorate could be meant as gifts for anybody. With flowers, sweeping designs, and colorful patterns, the cardboard creations evoke a sense of hand¬crafted caring.

July 17th

Christopher Markham

July 17, 2013

Christopher Keith Markham passed away on June 28, 2013 at the age of 29. Chris was born Sept. 13, 1983 in Burien. He was the first of two sons of Keith and Vivian Markam of Colville.
He moved to the Colville area 16 years ago. He went to Onion Creek School, excelling in many subjects, including math, English and Japanese. Chris and his brother Matt loved sports and both played baseball for Northport High School.

Donna Palm

July 17, 2013

Donna jean (Schoppe) Palm passed away on Jan. 8, 2013 in Lacey. She was born December 1932 at home in Olympia. The family will hold a celebration of her life on July 20 at around 4 p.m. at one of their most memorable locations, Haags Cove. They will be camping there all weekend, so please come by and share your memories of this beloved lady with them.

July 16th

No wasting on Wastewater Treatment Facility

July 16, 2013

After two years of construction, not counting the sweat and effort put into financing, the City of Kettle Falls is ready to unveil its new wastewater treatment facility to the public. The city will hold an Open House at the facility located at 768 Old Kettle Road, Wednesday July 24 from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Tours will be given as visitors get an inside look into how wastewater is treated so it can be released back into the environment.

July 14th

Give a veteran a boost : Penny drive still ongoing

July 14, 2013

The Pennies from Heaven Drive is still in full-force, so for those carrying around spare change now is the time to unload it and assist the Tri-County Veterans’ Stand Down in the process.
The Stand Down is an annual event that benefits local veterans and their dependents. The two-day event will take place Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 21 and 22 at the Northeast Washington Fairgrounds in Colville.
Now through the month of August, the Stand Down committee is holding a Pennies from Heaven drive to raise funds to help cover the Stand Down’s expenses.

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