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July 30th

Community steps up for fire victims

July 30, 2014

There was a need, and the community answered.
That is basically what happened when Kettle Falls Masonic Lodge #130 spread the word that it was collecting do¬nations for victims of the Carlton Complex fire, especially the Twisp and Methow Valley area residents.

July 28th

TRENDING VIDEO: Dog passes out from excitement to see owner

July 28, 2014

TRENDING VIDEO: Dog passes out from excitement to see owner

July 24th

Firestorm in Central Washington almost contained!

July 24, 2014

The Northwest is the cur­rent epicenter for much of the nation’s summer firefighting efforts. Northwest fire officials were tracking more than 17 large fires in Oregon and Washington as of last Satur­day.
Wildfires have torched close to 950,000 acres in Washing­ton and Oregon.
Fourteen large fires are burning in Oregon, where more than 555,000 acres are ablaze. Washington has seven large fires with acreage involved approaching 400,000 as of this writing.

VIDEO: Washington Wildfires

July 24, 2014

VIDEO: Worst Wildfire in Washington History

Recreation programs ‘roll on’

July 24, 2014

Fun on the lake

Just like the song made famous by legendary folk singer Woody Guthrie, Roll On Columbia, the summer programs at Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area are on a roll.
The Saturday's at 11 a.m. programs at the Kettle Falls Information Center continue to offer an educational and fun way to explore a variety of fascinating topics.
On July 12, local historian Dwight Morgan donned his authentic Canadian Voyageur garb and shared tales about the rough and tumble lives of these hearty explorers who once lived at the nearby Hudson Bay trading post at Fort Colvile.

July 3rd

Hear the sounds of Michael Pickett

July 3, 2014

Tell us a bit about yourself

July 2nd

Water conservation starts with education, says City of Colville

July 2, 2014

Water conservation may not seem prudent during a summer where the rain has been preva­lent, particularly this month, but then this is not a new con­cept to the City of Colville.
In the past decade since the city developed its existing con­servation plan, new technolo­gies, new attitudes and new goals have raised the bar in terms of water use efficiencies.
Municipal Services Adminis­trator Eric Durpos recently an­nounced at a public meeting to discuss water conservation that the city wants to work with resi­dents toward that goal.

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