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September 16th

Vernon Holter

September 16, 2014

Just nine days shy of his 77th birthday, Vernon Paul “Sonny” Holter changed his address to heaven on Sept. 3, 2014. Unable to recover after a fall resulting in a head injury, Vern passed away in Spokane. Vern was born on Sept. 12, 1937, to Iola (Geer) and Albert “Dutch” Holter in Aberdeen, WA.

Arthur L. (Dude) Thiele

September 16, 2014

Dude (Arthur) Thiele passed away at his home in Curlew WA. Sept. 3, 2014. He was born in Spokane on March 25, 1927 to Arthur and Helen Thiele, second born of five children. Like so many other young men in his day, Dude graduated from 8th grade, worked various jobs in and around his community and then entered into military service starting September 1945 with the Navy and later completing his duty with the Army in 1948.
He married the love of his life, Leola Buckner, in 1950. Who, in Dude’s own words, was “a looksome and likeable girl…a keeper for sure.”

Janice Wolfe

September 16, 2014

Janice Nadeen Wolfe (Baker) passed away peacefully at home on August 27, 2014 surrounded by her loving family.
Janice was born Nov. 16, 1938 in Calvin, Virginia. She spent most of her childhood in Big Stone Gap, Virginia, graduating high school in 1956. She immediately went into the Air Force, where she met her future husband, Shannon Dean (Smokey) Wolfe. They were both stationed in Shreveport, Louisiana and eventually married there Dec. 3, 1960.

Bob McBride

September 16, 2014

Robert Lewis McBride, 76, passed away peacefully on August 26 in Chewelah. He was known by many as “Bobby,” “Buster,” or “Barometer Bob.”
Robert was born the son of Elda Cleveland and Carrie Pauline (Hobbs) McBride on July 29, 1938 in McMinnville, TN. He was raised and attended school in McMinnville. After graduating from high school, he enlisted in the United States Air Force and proudly served his country for 20 years.

Frank “Woody” Norwood

September 16, 2014

Frank “Woody” Norwood, 88, of Granger, set out to sea on his last big voyage as his family stood on the shore sharing their love and thanks for his dedication to being an amazing husband, father, teacher and counselor over the years. We have lost a member of The Great Generation and Granger has lost one of its last World War II Veterans.

Carl West

September 16, 2014

Carl D. West of Addy passed away at his home on August 13 at the age of 75. Carl was born in Roslyn on August 8, 1939, the son of Carl and Mary (Minerich) West.
Carl attended Cle Elum High School and in 1956 joined the United States Air Force. Carl served until his discharge in 1960. Upon returning home, he started working for the Fish & Wildlife Department as a machinist. Carl worked for the department for several years before starting a career in the Aerospace Industry. Throughout his career he worked in various positions, but his specialty was machining.

September 10th

Chewelah loses a wild one

September 10, 2014

Priest River
wins a wild one

The Chewelah Cougars opened the 2014 high school football season at home last Friday night against Priest River. Despite jumping out to an early 13-0 lead, the Cougars were unable to hold on to that lead in a wild, high-scoring contest and fell to the Spartans 36-33.
Head coach Jim Fisk knows the Cougars are a work in progress at this juncture.
“We looked ragged at times,” Fisk acknowledged. “The parts are there, but we just have to execute.”

Indians will contend

September 10, 2014

CHS back in
the NEA

Colville High, who made some inroads last season in their final fling in the 2A Great Northern girl’s soccer league, will be a player and a factor in the retooled and improved Northeast A League this fall.
The Indians and Deer Park both relocated from the GNL to the NEA this fall. That will make for a more competitive league.
“We should be in the mix,” figured head coach Dave Rarrick, the Dean of NEA soccer coaches (entering his 17th season with the CHS girls program). “There are a lot of new faces in the league.”

New coach and new league for Kettle Falls High

September 10, 2014

Kettle Falls got the 2014 season started last week with a Jamboree at Republic. The Lady Bulldogs, who moved down from the Northeast A League to the Northeast 2B this fall, will get the regular season started on Tuesday at Republic High (6 p.m. start for varsity girls).
KFHS will travel to Colville High on Monday, Sept. 15 for a match-up with the CHS junior varsity (6:15 p.m. start).
The Lady Bulldogs will stay on the road for a Sept. 16 non-league match-up at Springdale (Mary Walker). The varsity match will get underway at 6 p.m.

Inexperienced Colville will get season started this week

September 10, 2014

Indians back
in the NEA

BY CHRIS COWBROUGH
S-E Sports Editor

A Canadian ex-pat with more than 40 years of volleyball experience will lead a mostly green Colville High volleyball team into the new look Northeast A League this fall—and this week.
Shaune Montgomery, who grew up in Alberta, Canada and now lives at Colbert, takes over one of the most successful volleyball programs in NEA and Great Northern League history.

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