Archive - Jan 28, 2014
Just looking at Stazya Richman and Myriah Pazereckas, one might not think the two women have much in common: RichÂman is a classically trained voÂcalist who sings like a bird and Pazereckas is a counselor with an analytical mind. But one thing the two longtime friends are enthusiastic about is Dances of Universal Peace (DUP), the monthly song and dance movement that takes place in the Colville Public LiÂbrary.
The efforts to keep the Auto Vue Drive-In near Colville from going the way of the dinosaur have been rewarded.
According to owner Steve Wisner, he has recently purchased a digital, 65-foot wide movie screen from the now closed Park In Drive-In at Soap Lake.
âThis is really exciting, and I want to thank the lady who tipped me off about the screen,â said Wisner last Friday.
I will be the first to admit that I am not a big NFL fan. Mostly, thatâs because I work the Statesman Sunday Sabbath and donât see many games.
But I have always been a Seattle Seahawksâ fan and Iâve been a fan of a couple of the teamâs key playersâquarterback Russell Wilson and cornerback Richard Sherman.
Yes, Pete and the boys have put together a juggernaut full of interesting characters.
While the schedule indicated that Colville High would be in the Dream Duals field at East Valley High School last Saturday, in reality, the Indians were competing in a much bigger and more prestigious tournament in Vancouver (Heritage High School).
The Jenkins High girls picked up their second Northeast A League basketball win last week with a 55-37 decision over Riverside.
During a busy week, Chewelah also lost 46-36 to Kettle Falls and 59-36 to Lakeside.
The Cougars played well in stretches, but couldnât consistently play four complete quarters. One difficult quarter decided a pair of games last week.
Chewelah opened their week with a difficult loss to Kettle Falls (9-7, 4-5).