Three short films will premiere at Alpine Theater in Colville Thursday, Dec. 18 at 7 p.m. The films are made by Hraefn Wulfson (Dylan Martens), a 1986 Colville High School graduate who began his film career in 1997 as an Art Department Assistant for The Postman filmed in and around Metaline Falls.
COLVILLE--The Libraries of Stevens County will be eliminating Saturday hours at the Kettle Falls, Colville, Chewelah, Loon Lake, and Lakeside libraries starting January, 2015. After the recent levy failure, library staff and library board members met to finalize a budget for 2015. Over the course of the fall, there had been a hiring freeze when two employees left the library to take other jobs. A total of 60 staff hours were left vacated.
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Here is a list of upcoming events from the Colville Chamber of Commerce. Chamber luncheons are Tuesdays at noon at the Colville Eagle's Lodge and are open to the public.
Dec. 19: Community Christmas Party at the Ag and Trade Center from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. Dinner with Catering To You with Lori Roberts; music with Mountain Melodies; dance with Jukebox Review; $15 per person. For tickets call 684-2585. (Proceeds to go to fund the fireworks and Rendezvous.)
been a bad year
Before retiring last month as the city of Colvilleās building official after 26 years, Bob Cleaver offered a few statistics about building activity in town during 2014 and a glimpse of whatās in the hopper for 2015.
Dave Harper is Colvilleās new building official.
The Colville Tree of Sharing is now open and needs support. Sponsored by the Colville Rotary Club, the tree is located in the Key Bank lobby at 211 South Main Street and is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Tree of Sharing gives citizens and businesses in the Colville area an opportunity to brighten the holiday season for children in Stevens County. There are currently 130 tags remaining on the tree.
Stop by Key Bank and select a gift tag from the tree, or drop off a donation. Generosity will help a child who otherwise may not receive a gift this Christmas.
The Jenkins High girlās basketball team heads into the 2014-2015 season with a deep and experienced roster. The Cougars are ready to move up in the standings of the Northeast A League with heavy doses of athleticism and team basketball.
āThings are looking up,ā said head coach Tom Skok. āOur kids are playing hard and putting in the timeā¦itās starting to show up on the court.ā
Cougs ninth at
Deer Park Invite
The Jenkins High wrestling program began its 2014 season with a new head coach (but a familiar face) and the same mission of moving as many wrestlers through district and onto state in Tacoma.
Leading the Cougars this season is longtime assistant wrestling coach and football head coach, Jim Fisk.
State 1Aās two
best slug it out
Cascade Christianās defense came up with its biggest stop in school history early last Saturday afternoon to preserve a dramatic and pretty much heart-stopping 27-26 overtime win over Colville High (12-1) in the Class 1A championship game.
For the Indians, who came in ranked second or third in state polls most of the season, it was a gut-wrenching end to an historic season that saw the country boys from the āVille reach the state semifinals for the first time and vault into the championship game at the venerable Tacoma Dome.