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May 10th, 2012

Lady Bulldogs ready for District tourney

May 10, 2012

Kettle Falls comes into District on a roll

In Northeast 2B softball action last week, Kettle Falls (11-7) picked up four key wins to end the regular season.
KFHS knocked off Davenport 5-1, 10-1 back on May 1 before handling Springdale 14-4, 15-1 on Monday. Both doubleheaders were played at Kettle Falls.
KFHS touched Springdale pitching for 23 hits in the Monday doubleheader.
Krislin McInelly picked up the wins for Kettle Falls.

Post-season next for once-beaten Northport

May 10, 2012

Mustangs will
play host Friday

Northport High (19-1) will play host to the first round of the District 7 1B baseball tournament Friday afternoon at 1 p.m.
In the opener at 1 p.m., Almira/Coulee-Hartline will oppose Panorama North no. 2 Curlew (8-8) in a loser-out match-up.
The Northeast 1B champion Mustangs will play the winner immediately following game one. At stake is a berth in the District 7 1B championship game next Monday at University High School (Spokane).

Colville advances to Bi-District baseball tourney

May 10, 2012

Indians faced Cascade in loser-out on Tuesday

After losing to eventual District 7 1A champion Chewelah at home last Tuesday, 6-1, Colville High (10-7) rebounded on Saturday to post a 7-4 win over Newport and advance to Tuesday’s Bi-District loser-out game at Moses Lake against Cascade (Leavenworth). The game was scheduled for 3:30 p.m.
A Colville win on Tuesday over the Kodiaks (14-6) would propel the Indians into the double elimination Bi-District Tournament proper at Wenatchee High School on Saturday.

May 9th

What is Whooping Cough

May 9, 2012

Washington’s whooping cough epidemic continues on a record pace that has already surpassed 1,000 reported cases. The total of 1,008 as of April 21 is more than reported in all of 2011 and is the highest number of cases since 1,026 were reported in all of 2005.

'The new face of history'

May 9, 2012

One may ask what man does after he has conquered the frontier. Interestingly, he often looks back to see how it was done.
Locally, this attention to our early roots is taking an approach that project volunteer Joe Barreca said is the “new face of history.”
“When many of us learned history, it was canned and written down in certain boundaries approved by a publisher somewhere,” Barreca said. “But if we really start looking at the history of communities and individuals, we can get to the same place that highlights wars and economic booms, for instance.

Rosina Fairbanks

May 9, 2012

Rosina A. Fairbanks of Four Lakes passed away on March 29, 2012 at the age of 98. She was born to Jacob and Flora Rufer at Fort McCoy Florida on Nov. 8, 1913. She was second oldest of four children.
She was 10-months-old when her family returned to Washington to farm near Pine City. They later moved to Oregon, where her father farmed and worked in the logging industry. Rosina graduated from Scapoose High School in Scapoose, Oregon in 1930. From there she attended Behnke Walker Business School in Portland, Oregon.

Sherry Smithson

May 9, 2012

Sherry Ann Smithson, a longtime resident of the Colville area, passed away on Wednesday, May 2 in Colville at the age of 48. Sherry was born on Dec. 11, 1964 in Wenatchee, the daughter of Charles Smithson and Carolyn Smithson.
Sherry enjoyed her work at Pinewood Terrace Nursing Home as and assistant director of nursing and a registered nurse for numerous years.
Sherry was a wonderful mother, daughter, sister, aunt and dear friend. She will be forever missed.

Eugene Erickson

May 9, 2012

Eugene Alexander Erickson, age 74, passed away on April 28, 2012. He was born on Nov. 7, 1937, the son of Rudolph and Mary (Ditchfield) Erickson in Saskatchewan, Canada.
Eugene moved to the United States when he was very young. He lived in the Tacoma and Vashon Island areas, where he at¬tended school until moving to France with his family, where he graduated from high school. Upon completion of high school, Gene moved back to the United States and attended college.

Douglas Allan Anderson

May 9, 2012

Douglas Allan Anderson, a longtime resident of Colville, passed away on May 4, 2012, at his home. Doug was born on Oct. 28, 1955 at the Osaka Army Hospital in Kanaoka, Japan, the son of Allan Orville and Arlene LaBelle (White) Anderson. During his youth, Doug’s family relocated often as they followed his father’s service in the U.S. military. They resided on military bases in Japan, Texas, Alabama, Georgia and Germany. Doug’s family eventually settled in the Marysville area, where he completed his junior and senior high school education.

Curtis Young

May 9, 2012

Curtis Young, “Fish”, age 41, passed away in Spokane on May 4, 2012. He was born on Dec. 11, 1970, the son of Steven and Marie (Holland) Young, in Colville.
Curt, a life-long resident of Kettle Falls and Colville, attended school in Kettle Falls and graduated from Kettle Falls High School in 1989. He was a very generous man, a big-hearted, caring individual who always lived life to the fullest. Curt was also one of the founding members of the “Richard Craniums”.

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