November 28th, 2012
No seniors on
Never count out a Colville High girlâ€™s basketball team.
The Indians, who graduated three All-Northeast A performers last season and move up to the 2A Great Northern League this winter for the two-year WIAA enrollment cycle, should still be formidable.
After all, while there are no seniors on this yearâ€™s roster, the 2012-2013 CHS varsity is a group that head coach Ray Clark and his daughter, assistant coach Kajsa Brons, have worked with since they were fourth graders.
Speed in spades
Yes, there is youthâ€”and there is basketball experience.
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Bulldogs home on Dec. 3
The Kettle Falls Middle School wrestling team has gotten its season off to a very good start.
The young Bulldogs got their season underway at a takedown Jamboree Nov. 13 at Deer Park Middle School. Teams from DP, Kettle Falls, Chewelah, Colville, and Newport took part.
heroics for CHS
A pair of 12-0 teams will square off on Saturday at Joe Albi Stadium for a berth in the State 1B (eight-man) championship the following weekend at the Tacoma Dome.
Second-ranked Cusick and top-ranked Liberty Christian (12-0) will meet in the east of the Cascades 1B semifinal on Saturday at Joe Albi Stadium (1 p.m.).
In the other semifinal on Saturday at the Tacoma Dome, Neah Bay (12-0) will oppose Lummi (10-2) at 4 p.m.
Both Cusick and Liberty Christian (Tri-Cities) have been blowout winners all season longâ€”until last weekend that is.
John Eugene Tweedy, 84, passed away on Nov. 16, 2012 at his home in Kettle Falls. John was born on May 19, 1928 in Kooskia, Idaho to Eugene and Bertha (Godwin) Tweedy.
John worked as a diesel mechanic for 30 years, for several different companies in the Colville and Kettle Falls areas. He was also a campground host at the Evans Campground for nearly 20 years.
Glendine Leonard sat with a colorfully embroidered shawl (one of her purchases from a trip abroad) around her shoulders while describing her adventures to the ladies of the AAUW (American Association of University Women).
Leonard, 85, has visited over 50 different places around the worldâ€”all trips taken after she turned 53.
The Tree of Sharing begins its annual operations on Monday, Nov 19 at Key Bank, 211 S. Main in Colville. Hours of operation are Monday through Thursday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Fridays, 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. The last day for tag selection and returning purchased items will be Friday, Dec. 7.
Each gift tag hung on the Tree of Sharing represents the Christmas wishes and needs of an individual in the comÂ¬munity.
Betty Jean Gotham Young, or B.J. as she preferred to be called, beloved wife, mother and grandmother, passed away on Sept. 14, 2012. She was born to Roy and May Gotham on Sept. 28, 1939 in Colville. She attended Colville High School and graduated in 1957.
Dr. Mark L. Radezky went home to be with the Lord the morning of Oct. 30, 2012. He was 55.
He was born March 30, 1957, in Brewster to Hank and Shirlee Graves Radezky.
James Funk passed away Sept. 11, 2012 at his home in Spokane.
He was born Jan. 16, 1957 in Yakima to James and Barbara (Maling) Funk and was preceded in death by his father, Jim, and sister, Sharon.
He is survived by his mother, Barbara Funk, Tacoma; sisters Bobbi (Rod) Gamper, Federal Way; Jodi Funk, Seattle; aunts, uncles, Kathy McGregor, and several nieces and nephews.
Jim was raised in Tacoma and later at Deep Lake. He attended Colville High School and returned to Tacoma, where he graduated from Curtis High School. Shortly after graduation, he moved to and settled in Spokane.