August 7th, 2012
The Statesman-Examiner is selling its Golf Course Coupon Book at a discount rate of $19.95 per book (no tax) marked down from $69.95. With a savings value of up to $590, this is a golfer's dream. Participating courses are Balfour, Birchbank, Castlegar, Christina Lake, Dominion Meadows, Kokanee Springs and Redstone. The book includes two coupons per course. Buy one round of golf get another one for free. Coupons cover all green fees, except golf cart rentals. The majority of coupons expire Sept. 30, so don't miss this incredible deal! Stop in Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Marion Grace Clark, longtime resident of the Kettle Falls area, passed away on July 17, 2012 in her home at the age of 80. Marion was born on July 4, 1932 in Republic, the daughter of Ralph Thomas and Bessie (Edwards) Mellor.
She attended school in Republic and graduated as a 12-year senior in 1950. Marion later moved to Wenatchee and worked in the packing houses during the harvest season. While there, she began a family. They relocated to the Kettle Falls area in the mid-1960â€™s.
Chief James D. Souudt, Jr. passed away at his home with his family around him on July 28, 2012, one week and one day before his 75th birthday.
He joined the United States Coast Guard in 1954 and retired in 1974. He worked several lifeboat stations on the Oregon Coast, and on the Northwind Ice Breaker from 1960-1962. He also did two tours in Vietnam on the Basswood, a buoy tender in Guam.
Mom is gone, but everyone who knew her will always hold a happy memory of her in their hearts. She died July 28, 2012 at the age of 91, in Colville, where she resided these last several years.
Jeanne dâ€™Arc Ollie Marguerite Hebert, always known as Joanne, was born October 12, 1920 in Philadelphia, PA, the middle of three children. Her family moved to California when she was an infant and she grew up on her familyâ€™s San Mateo estate, â€śVilla Lucia.â€ť
Her interests growing up were horseback riding, sailing, fishing, as well as duck and upland bird hunting.
Glenn Clayton Shimmin passed away on July 26, 2012 at the age of 47. He was born the son of Jack and Doris (Dupree) Shimmin on Jan. 27, 1965 in San Mateo, California.
Glenn was a truly fine man; he treasured and was treasured by all of his family and friends. He died doing what he loved, restoring old cars and helping beloved community members. Glenn was a very loved, respected, and cherished member of his family and town. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.
Andy Wood, a longtime resident of Colville, and the son of Merton and Zane Wood, went home to be with the Lord on July 19, 2012 following a long, painful battle with health ailments.Â
Andy was 64 years-old and is survived by his sons, Wyatt, Bryan, Mike and siblings Elton, Connie and Patty.Â Andy was a loving fatherland grandpa to six grandchildren.Â
Andy was a former BN railroader, Navy Vet and enjoyed the outdoors, NASCAR, football, repairing and collecting transistor radios and his Hummer.Â
Andy was loved by many and will be missed by all.
Roger Damon Olsen, 73, passed away at Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane, Washington on July 12, 2012 after a courageous battle with heart disease. He was born May 4, 1939 in Racine, Wisconsin to Albert â€śAlâ€ť and Ruth (Vig) Olsen. He attended and graduated from Colville High School in 1957. Rogerâ€™s father was a Speech and English teacher at Colville High School. Ruth was a homemaker. Roger married Marla Scoles on September 24, 1966 in Coeur dâ€™Alene, Idaho.
David Wilson Easton Jr., 85, passed peacefully at Clare Bridge in Olympia, on July 7, 2012 after a brave battle with Parkinson's disease. He was born February 21, 1927, the first of four children born to David and Emma Easton of Beulah, North Dakota.
At 88-years-old, Hilda Weaver moves more spryly than many couch-bound 20-somethings, her makeshift walking stick keeping pace with her as she crosses a field of grass, weeds and wild strawberry plants and heads into the forest.
The Colville High School Equestrian Club is organizing for the 2012-2013 WAHSET season. The main goal of the club is to recognize the equestrian athlete and give them an opportunity to receive recognition in an equitable, positive and educational format.
The CHS Equestrian Club is a non-profit organization that encourages team play, peer acceptance and good horsemanship for studentsâ€™ grades 9-12.