Archive - 2014
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Colville High split a pair of Northeast A League volleyball match-ups to end the regular season last week. The Indians (9-5), the leagueâs third seed to this weekâs District 7 1A Tournament at Lakeside and Freeman, eased past visiting Deer Park, 25-9, 25-23, 26-24, back on Oct. 28 before losing on the home court last Thursday to NEA co-champion Lakeside, 25-10, 25-16, 28-26.
until next week
Colville High (9-0), mostly untested to date this fall, clinched the outright Northeast A League football championship last Friday night by bull-rushing outclassed Lakeside, 46-14.
The Indians were led by NEA Offensive MVP, Colton Vining. The 5-7, 175-pound senior rushed for a career high 257 yards (27 carries) and scored four touchdowns.
The Indians dominated up front from the outset and managed to rush for a season high 438 yards. The previous high was 379 yards on the ground against Medical Lake.
Tell us a bit about yourself.
My name is Chris Bolduc, originally from Virginia. I went to college at Virginia Commonwealth University, graduated with a Bachelors of Fine Art in Sculpture and Painting. My partner and I were looking for a different way to live and moved to Washington to find it. We ended up in Stevens County after discovering a property that was ideal for raising and keeping horses. My partner is a horse trainer/seller.
Apart from creating things, what do you do?
The Kettle Falls High School Robotics, otherwise known as the Canine Crusaders, are âoff to a great start,â states Canine Crusaders Coach Naomi Edwards.
Referring to last yearâs season, Nic Lehman states that, âlast year, as a rookie team, we did very well. We came up just shy of worlds [World Robotics Competition].â
Lehman believes he speaks for the team when he expresses how much he wants to get into competition and prove the Canine Crusaders are a force to be reckoned with, and hopefully make it to the World Robotics Competition this upcoming year.
Born July 23, 1978, Jason Todd Titmus passed away suddenly and way too soon on Oct 18, 2014 in Big Sky, Montana.
Jason is survived by his parents, Caroline and Terry Titmus; his brothers, Joshua, Jennifer and their sons, William and Dakota of Kettle Falls; Braden, Jennifer and their children, Kolee and Connor, Colville; his fiancĂ©e, Eva Ocvirk of Slovenia, and many aunts, uncles and cousins.
Brenda Mae McLean, 55, passed away September 25, 2014 at Mercy Hospital in Springfield, MO. She was born August 4, 1959, in Colville to Ronald and Shyla (Byrd) McLean.
She was preceded in death by her parents and uncles, Stanley McLean and Irvin McLean.
She loved taking care of her yard and listening to the wind chimes.
She will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her.
Brenda is survived by her partner, Mary Stauffer, Licking, MO; brother, Randy (Janiece) McLean, Evans; sister, Shannan (Jeff) Hughes, Evans, a niece, and nephews.
Virgil Walter Davis, age 95, passed away in Colville on Oct. 15, 2014. He was born on Oct. 26, 1918 in Oregon City, Oregon, the son of Walter and Edna (Lundblad) Davis.
According to Stevens County Superior Court documents, Dr. Craig Morgenstern, an emergency room doctor at the Spokane VA Medical Center, was arrested Monday and charged with child rape in the second degree.
The alleged rape took place at his home in Nine Mile Falls. He was released on a $100,000 bond Tuesday.
Morgenstern works at the Spokane VA hospital as a doctor of osteopathic medicine. He has been licensed to practice medicine in Washington since 2008.
REPUBLIC â The closure of the Buckhorn Mine near Chesaw will be detrimental to the economies of both Okanogan and Ferry counties.
That was the message delivered to the Legislative Committee on Economic Development and Lt. Gov. Brad Owen earlier this month. The state officials were in town to discuss the economic impact of closure.
The mine employs 230 people and 130 contractors.