Archive - Jan 16, 2014
Carolyn Beth Gallagher entered her Heavenly Fatherâ€™s rest with the hope of resurrection on Jan. 10, 2014. At the age of 49, God brought Carolyn home after her courageous and faithful battle with cancer.
She was an 18-year resident of Kettle Falls. Born in West Covina, CA. on June 23, 1964 to Samuel and Beverly Nichols, she grew up in California until age 15 when she moved to Spokane. It was there that she later met her husband, Timothy Alan Gallagher. They were married Sept. 10, 1983.
Ray was born Jan. 14, 1927 in Battleground to Marion and Clara Liebman. He passed away Jan. 2, 2014 in Walla Walla at the age of 86.
Ray was a proud veteran of WWII, serving in the Navy both in the Pacific and Atlantic conflicts as a shipâ€™s electrician.
After the war, he moved to the Northport area and met his wife Joanne. They married in 1947. He worked many years in the zinc and lead mines, logged and farmed near the home he built at Black Canyon.
Milton Harvey Powers (Milt), a 24-year resident of Colville and Kettle Falls, passed away on Jan. 1, 2014 in Spokane at the age of 88. Milt was born on August 24, 1925 in Burbank, CA, the son of William Fred and Margaret Sarah (Rilling) Powers.
Helen M. Fredrickson, a lifetime resident of the NorthÂport and Colville area, passed away peacefully Jan. 11, 2014 in Colville at the age of 89. She was born at the family home on Deep Creek on June 4, 1924 to Charles and Mary (Nurro) Maki, immigrants from Finland.
Deer Park next
It was another good week for Colville High wrestling.
The Indians turned in a rare shutout in last Wednesdayâ€™s Great Northern League wrestling dual with visiting Pullman. CHS recorded seven pins and picked up five forfeits in an 83-0 shellacking of the hapless â€˜Hounds.
The quickest pin of the night: Austin Donoghâ€™s donâ€™t blink 13 second pin at 126 pounds.
Riverside, L-side on tap this week
Kettle Falls (5-6, 0-4) dropped a pair of Northeast A League boyâ€™s basketball games last week at home. Back on Jan. 7 at Kettle Falls Middle School, Newport built an early 22-11 lead and made it stand up for a 70-62 win.
On Friday, the Bulldogs simply had no answers for Freeman (5-5, 3-1) on either side of the ball in a lopsided 77-39 loss.
In the loss to Newport (6-6, 2-3), defense tended to take a holiday, as the Grizzlies put up 22 first quarter points.
Riverside, L-side up next for KF
It was a rough week for Kettle Falls High (6-5, 1-3) in Northeast A League girlâ€™s basketball.
The Lady Bulldogs fell behind 17-5 after the first quarter back on Jan. 7 against Newport. It didnâ€™t get much better the rest of the way and KFHS dropped a 60-39 decision to the visiting Grizzlies.
Newport, like they have done all winter long, relied on two principal scoring threatsâ€”Holly Malsbury (29 points) and Jolie Frederick (16).
The hard-working Malsbury was 12 of 14 from the free throw line. As a team, Newport was 22 of 28 at the charity stripe.