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July 5th, 2011

Skate Park pour

July 5, 2011

Greg and Jeremiah Rainer (far left in picture) lead a crew of volunteers in pouring concrete last Thursday at the site of the new skate park in Yep Kanum Park in Colville. Jeremiah Rainer spearheaded the project that is using $15,000 in Spencer Trust fund monies through the City of Colville to construct the concrete slab and refurbish wooden ramps and jumps from the former Weeman Skate Park that was located across Hawthorne Street adjacent to the Colville Junior High School.

June 29th

Bert Matlock

June 29, 2011

Bert Francis Matlock, age 89, a longtime resident of Boyds, passed away on June 24, 2011 at his home. Bert was born on May 10, 1922 in Marshall, OK, the son of Noah Coleman and Nora Ann (Neuner) Matlock.

Larry Schimid

June 29, 2011

Lawrence “Larry” A. Schmid was born on Nov. 18, 1946 in Riverside, California and died on June 24, 2011 at the young age of 64. He was the son of Arnold and Betty Schmid.
Larry was a loving husband, father, grandfather, teacher and friend who enjoyed the outdoors, traveling, fishing, juggling and living life. He was an honest and caring man and those who knew him loved him.

Perry Miller

June 29, 2011

Perry J. Miller of Chewelah passed away June 20 at St. Jo¬seph’s Hospital. He was 90.
Perry was born Feb. 8, 1921 in Brookfield, Ill., to Perry D. Miller and Barbara L. (Eminger) Miller. He attended high school in Ripley, OK and college at Oklahoma State University (Stillwater).

June 28th

Darlene Eason

June 28, 2011

Darlene V. Eason, a longtime resident of Kettle Falls, passed away on June 23, 2011 in Kettle Falls at the age of 79. She was born in Janesville, WI, the daughter of Bert and Cynthia (Blackman) McCaslin.
Darlene moved from Wisconsin to Walla Walla with her family when she was five and then to Pleasant Valley (Rice) when she was 12. She married Sam Eason on March 17, 1979 and they enjoyed 32 wonderful years together. Darlene was one of the most pleasant people anyone could ever know.

Jeffrey Fisher

June 28, 2011

Jeffrey G. Fisher, a resident of Spokane, passed away on June 23, 2011 in Spokane at the age of 26. He was born on Dec. 18, 1984 in Spokane, the son of Thomas Wayne Fisher and Lori Denise Munson.
He is survived by his mother, Lori Munson and husband, Scott, Chewelah; father, Tom Fisher, Omak; sister, Ashley Simmons and husband, Allen, Kettle Falls; son, Lance Baker; grandparents, Violet Fisher, Wilbur; Don and Eileen Munson, Chewelah; nephews, Chase, Talan and Devan; numerous aunts and uncles and cousins.

Kettle Falls woman celebrates 106th birthday

June 28, 2011

Caregiver charged with
criminal mistreatment

Birthdays certainly aren’t uncommon occurrences at Buena Vista Nursing Home in Colville, but last Wednesday’s celebration was far from routine.
Surrounded by friends, neighbors, social workers, nursing home staff and representatives from the Stevens County Sheriff’s Department, Kettle Falls resident Frances Swan turned 106-years-old.
With cake and gifts on hand, Swan, who the media has referred to as “the oldest woman in Washington State,” made jokes about her age.
“I’ve never been over 105 in my whole life,” she laughed.

June 24th

Relay for Life is tonight!

June 24, 2011

Guess what time it is? If that guess were it’s time for the annual Stevens County Relay for Life, it would be correct. The fundraiser is scheduled to start tonight, June 24 and end Saturday, June 25 at the Colville High School track. All proceeds benefit cancer research through the American Cancer Society.
According to SCRFL Event Chair Nikole Morrison, there are 38 teams currently registered to participate in this year’s Relay.
“I think that’s the most we’ve ever had,” says Morrison. “It’s a wonderful turnout.’

June 23rd

Ebel completes softball career

June 23, 2011

Colville High School graduate and former Indians’ softball standout Jennica Ebel recently completed her softball career at Spokane Falls Community College.
Ebel, the daughter of Jim and Nancy Ebel of Colville, helped lead SFCC to a fifth place finish in the 16-team NWAACC Tournament and fourth during the regular season.
According to Jim Ebel, an assistant coach for the CHS softball team, the Sasquatch had to overcome a “variety of obstacles this season,” starting with the unexpected transfer of their top pitcher.
It only got worse.

49 Degrees North announces major expansion project

June 23, 2011

Five phase expansion in $15 million master plan

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