Archive - 2014
Hannah Johnson recently returned from clogging Nationals in Nashville, Tennessee where she won the 2014 title for her Choreographed Solo and also earned a place on the NCHC 2014 All-Star team.
Over the next 12 months, Johnson will perform with the all-star team in various places starting in Reno, Nevada. Hannah has competed in several regional competitions, including Charleston, South Carolina, Branson, Missouri, and Scottsdale, Arizona. In all of the Regional competitions, she placed in the top three in most of her events, qualifying for Nationals in Branson.
In second grade
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One of the stateâ€™s most significant high school football games to date in 2014 will be played Friday night when unbeaten, defending State 1A champion Freeman brings its veteran cast to Colville to face the unbeaten Indians.
Game time for one of the most important regular season football games in recent CHS memory is 7 p.m.
Colville (5-0, 3-0) and Freeman ((5-0, 3-0) are familiar protagonists over the years. The Indians and Scotties, if they arenâ€™t vying for a Northeast A League title, always seem to be on each otherâ€™s non-league schedules.
The weather was Chamber of Commerce perfect and the field at the annual Can-Am Invitational cross-country meet the largest ever last Saturday at scenic Old Kettle Recreation Area on the shores of Lake Roosevelt.
The sunny, mild day proved to be a record-setter for West Valleyâ€™s Skylar Ovnicek and McCall Skay, who demolished the old Can-Am standards by significant margins in their respective races.
Three men sit at a picnic table in Yep Kanum Park, all there for very specific, similar reasons. Ian Pickett, his brother Michael Pickett, and friend Tony Gorst, all Colville residents, are part of a handful of concerned citizens on a mission to take back Yep Kanum Park. Over the past several years, the park, which is located in a wooded two acres in the heart of Colville, has garnered a reputation for vandalÂ¬ism, loitering, and illegal drug use.
The last straw for Ian Pickett was when his 16-year-old daughter was warned by classÂ¬mates not to go to the park by herself.
On Sept. 10, 2014, with his family at his side, our beloved Steve passed on to his forever home where he will watch over all of us.
Steve was born on Feb. 12, 1948, the oldest of four children to John â€śJosephâ€ť and Marjorie Holcomb in Indianapolis, IN. From a very young age, Steve could be found in the garage tinkering or rebuilding something. Those who know Steve well, know he continued that interest throughout all his years.
Ronald Glen Olaf Curtiss, avid bowler, outdoorsman, pontoon boat captain, and accomplished fire boss, passed away peacefully on the morning of Friday, Sept. 26, 2014 in Libby, MT at the age of 73.
Maxine V. Brauner passed away Sept. 10, 2014 at her daughterâ€™s home in Palm Desert, CA.
She is survived by her five children, Gayle, Dick, Rod, Dan Brauner and Ronna Jimenez; six grandchildren, Chelsea, Sean, Brooke, April Brauner, and Kyle and Samantha Jimenez; one brother, Ernie Meyer, and numerous nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her husband of 66 years, Richard (Dick); by her parents, Otto and Iva Meyer; by a sister, Jean Stark, and by her brothers, Duke, Pete, Don, Roy and Dick Meyer.
Lawrence Aaron Mace left us all too early as the result of a car accident on Sept. 24, 2014. He has gone to be with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Through his life, Lawrence found great peace in Psalm 23. He always called it his verse.
Lawrence was born the son of Harold and Judy Mace on Feb. 1, 1964 in Colville. He was a blessing to his family. Lawrence attended elementary school in Orient, until his family relocated to Colville in the early 70â€™s, where he continued his education and graduated from Colville High School in 1982.
Darlene Marie Sublie (Hilstad) was born Oct 29, 1944 in Colville. She joined our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ at the age of 69 on Sept.24,2014 in Yuba City, CA.
She attended all 12 years and graduated from high school at Kettle Falls. After high school, she lived the majority of her life in Washington State with her family. Her next phase of life had her settling in Yuba and Sutter Counties in California.