Archive - 2013
Francis âFrancoâ Lee Swan, 59, a lifelong resident of Inchelium, passed away on Feb. 9, 2013 in Inchelium at his home. Franco was born on July 20, 1953 in Inchelium, the son of Corbett and Mildred (Meusy) Swan Sr.
On Jan. 25, 2013, our beloved mother, grandmother, and matriarch, Julia (Judi) Marie Braucher, passed into Our Lordâs loving arms at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center, surrounded by family and friends.
Judi was born on Nov. 4, 1939 to Leigh and Ella Deaver, in Pasco. She attended Daisy School, which was consolidated and renamed Evergreen by her after she won a contest to rename the school. She attended high school at Kettle Falls High School, and afterwards, marrying her high school sweetheart, Robert Harrington, with whom she had eight children and who preceded her in death.
Two fifth-graders at Fort Colville Elementary School in Colville allegedly masterminded a murder plot to kill a classmate because they found her to be âreally annoying,â according to court documents that were released in the case last week.
The fifth-graders, currently locked up at Martin Hall Juvenile Detention Facility near Medical Lake, had their alleged murder plot foiled earlier this month when a fourth-grader at the school told school staff that he had witnessed one of the boyâs with a knife.
The scene at Woodland Theatre is akin to an unusually charted 100-meter dash---everyone is running in different directions, but all are arriving at the same place. That place would be opening night Friday, March 1 for The Wizard of Oz.
Shock seized the Colville community earlier this evening when a fire broke out at Saundra's Furniture on Main Street. The Colville Fire Department received the call sometime after 8 p.m. and arrived to find the building engulfed in flames. Curious onlookers crowded sidewalks across the street until law enforcement told people to stand back.
Colville High turned in some successes at last Friday and Saturdayâs Class 2A Region IV wrestling tournament at Ellensburg High School. But there were also some disappointments.
District 7 champion Colville High qualified six wrestlers to Friday and Saturdayâs Mat Classic XXV at the Tacoma Dome. The Indians, who also shared a GNL dual meet championship this winter, finished fourth at the regional with 150.5 points.
Cougars lose a
pair during week
The Chewelah Cougars boysâ basketball team bounced back from a pair of losses last week to advance to this weekâs semifinals in the NEA/CTL Bi-District Tournament against Lakeside.
Chewelah will be well represented
Kettle Falls High senior Tyler Vining (220) and sophomore Austin Anderson (170) qualified at last weekendâs District 6-7 regional wrestling meet (Chelan High School) for the 25th annual Mat Classic all divisionsâ state championships Friday and Saturday at the Tacoma Dome.
Vining, who was thought to be finished for the season after re-injuring his right knee in the district tournament, competed at Chelan on essentially one leg and still managed a third place finish and a spot in his third Mat Classic.
The following area residents were the winners of the Statesman-Examiner's annual Sweetheart Giveaway! We would like to offer our thanks to local merchants and everyone who participated. Enjoy those prizes!
Mary Bowlby-gift certificate to Probody Spa
Carrina Sweet-dinner at Stephani's Oak Street Grill
Renee King-winner of a Sweetheart blanket
Randi Reagles-certificate to Acorn Grill and Saloon
Wanda McCall-certificate to Studio 519
Donna Jenson-certificate from Home Suite Home
Laurie Ramos-certificate to Main Street Floral
Vicky Floener-certificate to Acorn Grill and Saloon
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