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July 24th

VIDEO: Washington Wildfires

July 24, 2014

VIDEO: Worst Wildfire in Washington History

Recreation programs ‘roll on’

July 24, 2014

Fun on the lake

Just like the song made famous by legendary folk singer Woody Guthrie, Roll On Columbia, the summer programs at Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area are on a roll.
The Saturday's at 11 a.m. programs at the Kettle Falls Information Center continue to offer an educational and fun way to explore a variety of fascinating topics.
On July 12, local historian Dwight Morgan donned his authentic Canadian Voyageur garb and shared tales about the rough and tumble lives of these hearty explorers who once lived at the nearby Hudson Bay trading post at Fort Colvile.

July 17th

Opie/Coxie Tournament Saturday

July 17, 2014

The Opie-Coxie benefit
scramble golf tournament
at Dominion Meadows
Golf Course will be held on
Saturday. The tournament
pays tribute to the late John
Ochs and Steve Cox.
This fun event, open to
golfers of all ability levels,
raises money for the nonprofit
Opie-Coxie Foundation.
All proceeds from one
of the most popular golf
tournaments on the Dominion
Meadows calendar each
season are used to support
youth in the area. Funds
are utilized to help young
people participate in sports
or educational programs
they might not otherwise
be able to afford.
The foundation motto:

Tiger Triathlon is this Saturday

July 17, 2014

One of the top one-day
events in Northeast Washington
every summer will
unfold on Saturday morning
at the Gillette Lake
Campground when the
24th Tiger Triathlon gets
underway.
Swimmers will hit the
waters of Gillette Lake (altitude
3,200 feet) promptly at
8 a.m. It won’t take long
for the first swimmers to
emerge from the water and
get on their bicycles for
the fast, mostly downhill
ride along scenic Highway
20 to Colville High School,
where triathletes will head
out over the rolling terrain
of the Rotary Trail.
Triathletes will get the
traditional Tiger Tri race

Fay Reilly

July 17, 2014

Fay was born on Jan. 13, 1931 in Spokane to John Frank Reilly and Barbara Cox Reilly. His first school was Glenora, south of Spokane. In the second grade, the family moved to Williams Valley west of Deer Park, where he attended Williams Valley School until consolidation. Fay then attended Clayton School for two years and graduated from Deer Park High School in 1948.

Helen Gleave

July 17, 2014

Helen L. (Arndt) Gleave, 91, Bowbells, ND, passed away July 5, 2014, at the Good Samaritan Society Home in Mohall, North Dakota. Helen Louise Arndt was born August 19, 1922 in WeÂŹnatchee to Arthur and Lottie (Estes) Arndt. She had three brothers that helped watch out for her on the family wheat and cattle farm on Badger MounÂŹtain above the Wenatchee Valley.

Gladys Staeheli

July 17, 2014

Gladys Delene Staeheli, a lifelong resident of Colville, passed away on July 1, 2014. She was born the daughter of Henry and Azalea (Loiselle) Holst on Dec. 11, 1924 in Colville. Gladys attended school in Colville and graduated from Colville High School in 1941. She met Lester Staeheli, “Babe” in 1942 after he was discharged from the U.S. Armed Forces and the couple married in April 1945.
Gladys worked in Colville at Seattle-First National Bank as a Loan Officer, and also volunteered her time working for the Historical Society in Colville.

July 3rd

Hear the sounds of Michael Pickett

July 3, 2014

Tell us a bit about yourself

July 2nd

Adams, Lawrence win 2014 Governor’s Cup

July 2, 2014

Walleye fishermen braved some inclement, wet weather for the 2014 Governor’s Cup Walleye Tournament on Lake Roosevelt last Saturday and Sunday. More than 50 teams competed in the tournament, which is hosted by the Lake Roosevelt Walleye Club.
When the weights had been tabulated Sunday afternoon, the local team of Phillip Adams and Jerry Lawrence topped the 2014 Governor’s Cup Tournament field with 29.42 pounds of walleye.

Water conservation starts with education, says City of Colville

July 2, 2014

Water conservation may not seem prudent during a summer where the rain has been preva­lent, particularly this month, but then this is not a new con­cept to the City of Colville.
In the past decade since the city developed its existing con­servation plan, new technolo­gies, new attitudes and new goals have raised the bar in terms of water use efficiencies.
Municipal Services Adminis­trator Eric Durpos recently an­nounced at a public meeting to discuss water conservation that the city wants to work with resi­dents toward that goal.

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