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October 17th, 2014

Lyle Rex Tadlock

October 17, 2014

Lyle was born on Nov. 8, 1927 in Burley, ID. to William Leslie and Virgie Judd Tadlock. Lyle was the youngest of five children: Wendell, Thelma, Roy, and Glenda.
After graduation from Burley High School, Lyle began a four-year career in the Army Air Corps. Although trained to be an Air Traffic Controller, Lyle spent most of his WWII career in Germany and France driving supplies and mail to desperate soldiers and surviving civilians.

October 16th

Why Cardinals dethrone Seahawks in the NFC West

October 16, 2014

On Pro Football Now, four-time pro bowl fullback Tony Richardson, Sports Illustrated NFL analyst Aaron Nagler and MMQB writer Jenny Vrentas discuss adjustments the defending champion Seahawks need to make and if the Cardinals can win the NFC West.

Total domination

October 16, 2014

Colville rolls
over top-ranked Freeman

Sometimes final scores can be deceiving. So it went last Friday night in front of a packed house at Colville High School, where the ninth-ranked Indians dominated from the outset in a convincing 28-7 rout of top-ranked and defending State 1A champion Freeman.
The game wasn’t that close.
Colville (6-0) simply dominated the Scotties, who came in riding a 19-game winning streak. The only hiccup for the Indians was a 35-yard Freeman touchdown on the first play from scrimmage of the second half. That cut the CHS lead to 14-7.

Cusick puts up 50 in first quarter on Selkirk

October 16, 2014

Bluff scores four
TDs for Cats

In an early Northeast 1B football matchup between playoff contending teams, the Cusick Panthers rode an incredible 50-point opening quarter to a 70-30 victory over the Selkirk Rangers last Friday night in Cusick.
Cusick head coach Sonny Finley was impressed with his team’s offensive explosion and school record.
“They came out and scored on us first, but we were able to put up 50 points and I was pretty impressed with our offensive output,” Finley said of the fast break onslaught.

‘When it rains, it pours’

October 16, 2014

Cougars lose two
key players
& game

Chewelah went into their Homecoming game against Riverside last Friday night looking for a Northeast A League victory. But injuries and inconsistent play by the hosts let the Rams pull away in the second half for a 34-6 road win over the struggling Cougars.
Chewelah found itself behind the eight ball before the game started after the loss of starting quarterback Blake Owens to a broken left (throwing) hand on Wednesday. Early in the game, Chewelah also lost Andrew Hansen to a rib injury.

October 14th

16-year-old Chewelah singer debuts album this Saturday

October 14, 2014

There are very few children that know their passion from an early age, and even a few that follow it into their teenage years. Local independent artist, Savannah Blain, is one of those few. The 16-year-old has just released her debut EP album, Along the Way.
“It’s one of the most raw states of being,” Blain says about songwriting. “You’re sharing a personal experience with every lyric.”

October 13th

VIDEO: CDC Director Urges Hospitals to 'Think Ebola'

October 13, 2014

October 8th

Colville local wins title at Clogging Nationals

October 8, 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

Colville, Freeman tangle in battle of unbeatens

October 8, 2014

Indians,
Scotties mirror images

One of the state’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 aren’t vying for a Northeast A League title, always seem to be on each other’s non-league schedules.

Coeur d’ Alene dominates biggest Can-Am ever

October 8, 2014

Records broken

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 Valley’s Skylar Ovnicek and McCall Skay, who demolished the old Can-Am standards by significant margins in their respective races.

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On Pro Football Now, four-time pro bowl fullback Tony Richardson, Sports Illustrated NFL analyst...
Colville rolls over top-ranked Freeman Sometimes final scores can be deceiving. So it went last...
Bluff scores four TDs for Cats In an early Northeast 1B football matchup between playoff contending...

 

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