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January 14th, 2015

Deer Park escapes Colville

January 14, 2015

Baun leads way
at ‘Gut Check’

It was a busy week for the Colville High wrestling team last week.
The Indians started the week last Wednesday night with a much-anticipated Northeast A League showdown with defending 2A state champion and fellow Northeast A League member Deer Park.
The Indians, who came in to the match-up on a two-match winning streak over DP, were favored in their first home match of the winter.
So much for the form chart.

Colville girls pick up wins

January 14, 2015

Indians move to
4-1 in NEA

Colville High (5-6, 4-1) picked up a pair of hard-earned Northeast A League girl’s basketball wins last week.
The Indians posted a come-from-behind 42-38 road win at Medical Lake back on Jan. 6, outscoring the Cardinals 16-5 in the third quarter.
Back home last Friday night, CHS again fell behind early before another solid second half propelled the Indians to a 47-39 win over a Freeman High (1-9, 1-4) team that is a mere shell of the powerhouse it once was.
THIS WEEK
Colville will host Riverside on Tuesday. Game time is 7:30 p.m.

January 13th

Public invited to welding show at CHS

January 13, 2015

Colville High School weld shop will have a Welding Trade Show open to the public on Wednesday, Jan. 21 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. New welding and cutting machines will be available for use, as well as new tools. Steel and aluminum weld processes will be demonstrated so that attendees may have hands-on experience. Anyone with an interest in welding and cutting processes is invited to attend. Those attending should drive to the back of the high school. The gate to the weld shop will be open.
For more information, call Emil Rosenberg at 684-7803.

Pro Football Playoff Preview and Predictions: League Championship Round

January 13, 2015

1/18/15
Green Bay @ Seattle 3:05pm
Betting: Over/Under: 47 Spread: Seattle -7

What to watch for:

January 12th

VIDEO: Seahawks dominant on all sides of the ball

January 12, 2015

Sports Illustrated's Chris Burke discusses the Seattle Seahawks' 31-17 win over the Carolina Panthers and how the Seahawks will fare in the NFC championship.

January 9th

Jack Lilienthal

January 9, 2015

John A. “Jack” Lilienthal, 70, entered into rest on Dec. 24, 2014 following a long battle with cancer. He was born in Spokane to parents Robert and Josephine Lilienthal on March 18, 1944.
Jack graduated from Lewis and Clark High School in 1962 and went on to graduate from Eastern Washington University and Whitworth College in Spokane. He spent time as a teacher in the Colville area, went to work for Goodwill Industries of the Northwest as a Certified Rehab Counselor in June of 1990, retiring after 23 years in September 2013.

Lowell Bedingfield

January 9, 2015

Lowell Allen Bedingfield passed away at Providence Mount Carmel Hospital on Dec. 27, 2014 after a life-long battle with Lerakodyatrophy. He was 58.
Lowell attended schools in Colville for 10 years and graduated from Upper Columbiai Academy in Spangle. He attended Spokane Community College’s Colville Center and worked for a time at Colville Floral & Nursery.

Otto Foerch

January 9, 2015

Otto Edward Foerch, passed away on Dec.22, 2014 at Buena Vista Nursing Home at the age of 92. He was born on Jan. 27, 1922 in Union City, New Jersey to Otto and Kath¬erine (Kolinger) Foerch.

Grace Rose Lott-Everson

January 9, 2015

Grace Rose Lott-Everson, went to be with the Lord, her Sav¬ior, on Dec. 17, 2014. Grace was born in October 1926, the only child of Fred B. and Anna Ruth Lott.
Grace’s family moved to Kirkland in 1927 where her father started the Eastside Battery Company and later moved to the Rose Hill area where her mother started Lottsville Cash & Carry alongside Eastside Battery. She attended Kirkland High School and graduated in 1944. She worked for the family business, building generators and rebuilding engines. She married and had daughter, Lurinda and son, Dean.

VIDEO OF THE DAY: Things to Know for Today

January 9, 2015

Some of the stories that will be talked about today: House Republicans are on track to pass legislation to authorize the construction of the contentious Keystone XL oil pipeline. It's still not immediately clear even within the Obama administration whether rogue hackers or other governments disrupted North Korea's networks last month. Obama administration officials are not providing any details about the proposal to give every American student two years of community college for free... no word on where the money would come to pay for it.

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