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Last remnants of summer

September 1, 2011

As temperatures climbed to the mid to upper 90’s over the weekend, Northeast Washington Fair-goers like Shailey Olsen, 3, got creative when it came to finding ways to cool down. For more photos of the annual NE WA Fair, including the Junior Fat Stock Sale, check out this week's edition of the S-E.

From Colville to Africa

September 1, 2011

On first impression, Dr. Barry Bacon is a quiet, unassuming man. He practices medicine at the Northeast Washington Medical Group Clinic in Colville, has been married to his wife, Shelley, for 30 years and even performs in a local band comprised entirely of doctors (often under the moniker The Doctors’ Concert).
But under this reserved surface is an ambition to help the less fortunate. And for Bacon that means continuing his sojourns to the African continent.

Closed for repairs

September 1, 2011

Walking into the Colville Public Library’s (CPL) basement is like walking into organized chaos---it’s planned, but thankfully not permanent. Books and furniture are stacked in cluttered, but contained rows. Patrons with an item on hold can come in on the side entrance off of Astor Street to retrieve it, but there’s no milling about in the books that have taken temporary shelter in the building’s lower level.

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