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June 26th, 2012

Overcoming: Workshops deal with chronic conditions

June 26, 2012

A free workshop on "Living Well With Chronic Conditions" will begin Tuesday, July 10 at Parkview Senior Living located at 240 S. Silke Road in Colville. These workshops are given by Rural Resources.
Each class will take participants through a series of different subjects such as nutrition, depression, difficult emotions, fatigue, medications, etc. There are six classes total and each class will begin at 1:30 p.m. and go until about 4 p.m. every Tuesday afternoon from July 10 to August 14.
For more information or to register for this free workshop, call 509-684-3932 or 1-877-219-5542.

June 19th

Chrisinda Grant and the art of pysanky

June 19, 2012

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June 11th

Black locust trees at Old Kettle will come down

June 11, 2012

The National Park Service (NPS) has their work cut out for them with the removal of Black Locust trees along 50 acres near Lake Roosevelt.
Currently in the planning and development stages, the project entails removing invasive black locusts that are choking out native plants and trees like pine and cottonwood. The majority of the tree removal will take place between the Kettle Falls Marina and Ski Point, which is south of Swim Beach near the Locust Grove Camp Ground.

June 5th

Our Artists: A cavalcade of work

June 5, 2012

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May 23rd

‘Just say no’…to the super’s contract renewal

May 23, 2012

By any estimation, a series of events last week acted as propellant for community concern and outrage in the Colville School District as cuts to teaching staff and debates about renewing the superintendent’s contract coincided with the annual “Rally in the Park.”

May 21st

Age is nothing but a number

May 21, 2012

Looking at Joe and June Machala, one might be tempted to make assumptions. The first could be that they are much younger than their actual years and the second that they have been fitness buffs their whole lives.
After all, when the couple is not enjoying fishing on Lake Roosevelt or looking after their home in Kettle Falls, they work out six days a week and run races and marathons all over the country. Both finished first in their respective age categories in the annual Bloomsday run for the masses earlier this month in Spokane.

May 16th

Tag! You're it: Tag yourself on Facebook

May 16, 2012

Good day readers! Do you frequent community events in our area? Whether it's one of the local farmer's markets, a fundraiser, a fun run or community celebration, you never know when a Statesman-Examiner reporter will be there with a camera snapping candids. That's why you should head to our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/SENewspaper and see if you ended up in one of our photos. Tag yourself and share it with friends! We have photos from today's Economic Summit at Colville High School, so check it out. You never know who you might find!

May 15th

What are you listening to?

May 15, 2012

Don’t touch that dial---Chewelah Community Radio is on the air with all the news and music that’s fit to grace radio waves. The non-profit station, call sign KCHW 102.7, has a lot on its roster. It recently moved to a new location at the 3rd Street Mall and is currently looking for volunteers and donors.

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.

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