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February 27th, 2012

Denny Wuesthoff

February 27, 2012

Dennis “Denny” G. Wuesthoff, Sr., a resident of Nine Mile Falls, passed away on Feb. 17, 2012 in Yuma, AZ. Denny was born on Oct. 31, 1938 in Chewelah, the son of George Ernest and Gladine (Williams) Wuesthoff.

Michael Warren

February 27, 2012

One thing that everyone who knew him can agree, Michael Lynn Warren had a smile and a good word for everyone. He was taken by his God on Feb. 25, 2012. 
Born in Phoenix, AZ on Sept. 5, 1953 to a preacher and a homemaker, he lived in many states before settling in Manteca, CA, where he attended Manteca High.

Sheri Campuzano

February 27, 2012

Sharon “Sheri” Rosella Campuzano, a seven-year resident of the Flat Creek area of Kettle Falls, passed away on Feb. 24, 2012 in Colville at the age of 73. She was born on Oct. 7, 1938 in Bakersfield, CA, the daughter of Chester and Meriom (Page) Durham.

Stanley Hallam

February 27, 2012

Stanley “Stan” M. Hallam, a lifetime resident of Kettle Falls, passed away on Feb. 21, 2012 in Kettle Falls at the age of 70. He was born in Colville on August 27, 1941, the son of Loyal Ivan and Ellen Olivia (Hockersmith) Hallam.

Marguerite McNamee

February 27, 2012

Marguerite Mary McNamee, a longtime resident of the Northport and Colville areas, passed away with her family by her side on Feb. 22, 2012 in Colville at the age of 80. Mary was born on April 9, 1931 in Trail, British Columbia, the daughter of Ernest Thomas “Tom” Nollie and Mary Marguerite Nollie (Daily).

‘Northport Project’ seeks funds for toxin testing

February 27, 2012

In her ongoing efforts to create awareness and education about the affects of commercial pollutants in her hometown, Jamie Paparich is working to raise funds so people living in Northport can be tested for toxins.
Paparich’s “Northport Project” is currently working to raise $3,200 so 30 past and present residents of Northport can send in samples of their hair to be tested for toxins like arsenic, cadmium and mercury.
Paparich said the hair tests, which cost roughly $108 each and can be sent in via regular mail, are more accurate than other testing.

Sowing Seeds for Supper

February 27, 2012

WSU Stevens County Master Gardeners and the Colville Community Garden will co-host a Sowing Seeds for Supper workshop in March.
This workshop will offer seven gardening workshops and one on food preservation Saturday, March 24, 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Sowing Seeds for Supper will be held at the Community Colleges of Spokane-Colville Center. 985 S. Elm in Colville.
Registration deadline for this fourth annual event is March 19. Registration fee is $15, plus supply fee. Some hands-on classes have a supply fee.

February 23rd

Colville’s season comes to an end in Chelan

February 23, 2012

Indians lose to
Freeman, Okanogan

Colville High (16-8) dropped a pair of Bi-District girl’s Class 1A games last weekend in Chelan and saw a very successful season come to an end.
The Indians opened the Bi-District Tournament last Friday night at Chelan High School against two-time defending State 1A champion Freeman. The Scotties, winners of the Northeast A League regular season championship, had advanced to Chelan with a loser-out, 57-54 win over second-ranked Cashmere (20-2) back on Feb. 15 at Moses Lake High School.

Marilyn Christian

February 23, 2012

Marilyn Nada Christian, a 53-year resident of Colville, passed away on Feb. 16, 2012 in Colville at the age of 84. Marilyn was born on June 3, 1927 in Spokane, the daughter of Oran Francis and Anaide Mae (Myers) Sparks.
She had the opportunity to reside in several communities while growing up, including Seattle, Springdale, Spokane and Sprague. While in Sprague, Marilyn attended elementary school. She moved to Spokane to complete her education and graduated at Rogers High School in 1944.

February 22nd

Colville fifth at Mat Classic XXIV

February 22, 2012

Chandler Knight leads
in Tacoma

Colville High went into last Friday and Saturday’s Mat Classic XXIV on a roll. The Indians, on successive weeks, had annexed the Northeast A and District titles and captured their first regional crown.
Expectations were high in the Colville camp that the Indians could finish in the top three or four among 1A elite in the Tacoma Dome.

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