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February 27th

You can be an artist. Willow Rosales will show you how

February 27, 2013

Art isn’t just for children or aspiring Monet types. Colville resident Willow Rosales shares her skills as print maker and mixed media talent in non-credit classes at Spokane Community College’s Colville Center. A 2005 graduate of Fairhaven College in Bellingham, Rosales taught printmaking workshops at the college until 2010. She came back to Stevens County a couple of years ago with her husband and fellow artist, Chris, to be closer to family (her parents own Quillisascut Farms in Rice).
Tell us about the non-credit classes you will be teaching.

February 26th

‘It’s much different than the media portrays’

February 26, 2013

Husband and wife team Dirk Boswell and Michelle Lee’s trip to Pakistan almost didn’t happen. Between the aggravating visa process and attacks by the Taliban in the southern part of the country, the 12-day visit seemed like a plan that might never materialize.
However, at the last minute, after Boswell and Lee had been told at the Los Angeles consulate that it would take two to three months to get their visas, Michelle received an email from a contact in Pakistan that said their applications had been approved.

February 22nd

Iraq War vet reunited with lost dog

February 22, 2013

The black little dog, of Scottish Terrier descent, stood up on his back legs with his front two paws pressed against the bars of his kennel. His shaggy hair fell over his eyes and his pink tongue stuck out in a cheerful grin. If he was a person, you would think he was smiling. Perhaps, he was grinning because he was finally being reunited with his owners after three months of separation.
“Hello, Charlie,” said the Animal Control officer. She opened the door and pushed him off her green uniform, as he jumped up on her legs in greeting. This was Charlie's day.

February 19th

MIA Veteran honored 70 years later

February 19, 2013

Through the steady cadence of taps being played at the Colville Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) comes the soft sound of weeping---Franseen “Benny” McKay mourns the brother she lost 70-years ago when she was a girl of 12.
In 1943, Air Corp 2nd Lt. William W. Bartlett was killed in action when his bomber was shot down over Austria while returning from its first mission. Bartlett, the plane’s navigator, and the rest of his crew, were considered missing in action (MIA). Their bodies were never recovered.

February 18th

'She was really annoying'

February 18, 2013

Two fifth-graders at Fort Colville Elementary School in Colville allegedly masterminded a murder plot to kill a classmate because they found her to be “really annoying,” according to court documents that were released in the case last week.
The fifth-graders, currently locked up at Martin Hall Juvenile Detention Facility near Medical Lake, had their alleged murder plot foiled earlier this month when a fourth-grader at the school told school staff that he had witnessed one of the boy’s with a knife.

WIzard of Oz takes you over the rainbow

February 18, 2013

The scene at Woodland Theatre is akin to an unusually charted 100-meter dash---everyone is running in different directions, but all are arriving at the same place. That place would be opening night Friday, March 1 for The Wizard of Oz.

February 16th

Fire at Saundra's Furniture

February 17, 2013

Shock seized the Colville community earlier this evening when a fire broke out at Saundra's Furniture on Main Street. The Colville Fire Department received the call sometime after 8 p.m. and arrived to find the building engulfed in flames. Curious onlookers crowded sidewalks across the street until law enforcement told people to stand back.

February 13th

Congratulations to our Sweeetheart winners!

February 13, 2013

The following area residents were the winners of the Statesman-Examiner's annual Sweetheart Giveaway! We would like to offer our thanks to local merchants and everyone who participated. Enjoy those prizes!
Mary Bowlby-gift certificate to Probody Spa
Carrina Sweet-dinner at Stephani's Oak Street Grill
Renee King-winner of a Sweetheart blanket
Randi Reagles-certificate to Acorn Grill and Saloon
Wanda McCall-certificate to Studio 519
Donna Jenson-certificate from Home Suite Home
Laurie Ramos-certificate to Main Street Floral
Vicky Floener-certificate to Acorn Grill and Saloon

Want some chocolates?

February 13, 2013

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*The Statesman-Examiner is located at 220 S. Main Street in Colville. Subscriptions and your classified ad must be pre-paid and are non-refundable. Chocolates must be collected in person and will not be mailed.

February 7th

Fifth-graders conspire to kill classmates

February 7, 2013

A fourth-grade student at Fort Colville Elementary School in Colville is being hailed as a hero and two fellow students are in a juvenile detention facility, suspected of plotting to kill up to eight classmates. The two fifth-grade students were escorted in shackles into a Stevens County courtroom last Friday afternoon to face charges of conspiracy to commit murder. Superior Court Judge Allen Nielson ordered the 10 and 11-year-old boys held on $100,000 bonds.

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