October 6th, 2015
The popular event will be held in the Ag. Trade building on the Northeast Washington Fairgrounds, 317 W. Astor Avenue in Colville.
Everyone is invited to attend Chamber meetings held on Tuesdays at noon at the Eagles Lodge on North Wynne Street. It is a no-host lunch with a speaker or program for each meeting. Meet the candidates to day!
Colville High football faithful who watched their Indians struggle to a 28-0 win at Chewelah last Friday night hope that a sloppy first half performance was merely an aberration.
After all, Colville (3-0, 4-1) will need to play efficiently and well to beat Freeman (3-0, 4-1) on Friday night in Rockford. Game time at FHS is 7 p.m.
The cider press was in full swing Saturday at the Marcus Ciderfest.
As it usually does at a Can-Am Invitational cross-country meet, the sun was out and so were the fans last Saturday along the shores of sun-baked Lake Roosevelt. Twenty-six teams and 350 runners from around the region ran the high school and middle school races. Chris Cowbrough photo.
With these delectable recipes, fall has never tasted so good.
Republic will host Inchelium, a winner over Liberty Bell last Friday. Game time is 7 p.m. on tonight.
NORTHPORTâ€”The Northport Lions Club, with assistance from the American Legion Auxiliary, will host afternoon Bingo in the Northport High School gymnasium Sunday, Oct. 4. Doors open at noon. Games start at 1 p.m.
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His goals if elected, Smith says he would like to see more healthy alternatives for local youth and adultsâ€”like sports programs and physical fitness opportunities that would distract from drug use.
â€śIâ€™m about neighbors helping neighbors,â€ť Smith says. â€śI hope to bring a little creativity to this position in finding more ways to do that.â€ť
The annual celebration will be Saturday, Oct. 3 from 8 a.m. to 1 a.m. the following morning. A pancake breakfast kicks the day off at 8 a.m., followed by the parade at 10:30 a.m.
There will be food and craft vendors, live music, beer garden, and a kidsâ€™ carnival throughout the townâ€™s nine-acre park adjacent to Highway 25. The star attraction, of course, is the Ciderclops, a massive cider press built by the late Dennis Jensen. The giant press scoops, crushes and transports hundreds of pounds of apples for cider each year.