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January 13th, 2015
Colville High School weld shop will have a Welding Trade Show open to the public on Wednesday, Jan. 21 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. New welding and cutting machines will be available for use, as well as new tools. Steel and aluminum weld processes will be demonstrated so that attendees may have hands-on experience. Anyone with an interest in welding and cutting processes is invited to attend. Those attending should drive to the back of the high school. The gate to the weld shop will be open.
For more information, call Emil Rosenberg at 684-7803.
Some of the stories that will be talked about today: House Republicans are on track to pass legislation to authorize the construction of the contentious Keystone XL oil pipeline. It's still not immediately clear even within the Obama administration whether rogue hackers or other governments disrupted North Korea's networks last month. Obama administration officials are not providing any details about the proposal to give every American student two years of community college for free... no word on where the money would come to pay for it.
It seems to be a question in constant need of clarification: what makes a service dog a service dog? Whatâ€™s the difference between a service dog and a companion dog (pet)? Do businesses have the right to ask someone with a service dog to leave?
Itâ€™s a slew of uncertainties that can land business owners and public entities in legal hot water for discrimination.
However, itâ€™s not asking questions of the animal owner that is wrong, says longtime dog trainer and competition judge, Jody Hoffman. Itâ€™s knowing what questions to ask.
Now at a local movie theater near you: beer and wine.
A bill approved by the Washington State House of Representatives in 2013 made it legal for movie theaters to sell wine and beer to patrons 21 and over. It also allows small venues that serve food to sell hard alcohol.
The Alpine Theater in Colville filed their application to serve beer and wine with the Washington State Liquor Control Board last September. The Colville business was approved in October 2014 and began selling alcohol about three weeks ago, according to owner Steve Wisner.
Bowen Asher David Schumacher was born 6:33 a.m. January 1, 2015 at Providence Mount Carmel Hospital, making him the Statesman-Examinerâ€™s First Baby of the Year. His parents are Lacey and Colton Schumacher of Ferry County. At birth he was 8 lbs., 6 ounces and 20.5 inches long. Bowen joins an older brother, Aidan, who is three-years-old. Bowen and his parents received a plethora of gifts in a red flyer wagon from Providence Mount Carmel, as well as a bag of goodies and gift certificates from local businesses.
December 30th, 2014
Considering he was a medic, Sergeant First Class Wyatt Goldsmith probably wouldnâ€™t mind having a medical building named after him. Not that he would personally seek or demand the honor, but it seems an appropriate dedication to a man who made the consideration of otherâ€™s well-being one of the top priorities in his all too short life.
Goldsmith, a member of the United States Armyâ€™s Special Forces, was killed while serving as a combat medic in the Helmund Province of Afghanistan with Company A, 3rd Batallion Special Forces ODA 1314 in July 2011.
He was 28-years-old.
COLVILLE--The Libraries of Stevens County will be eliminating Saturday hours at the Kettle Falls, Colville, Chewelah, Loon Lake, and Lakeside libraries starting January, 2015. After the recent levy failure, library staff and library board members met to finalize a budget for 2015. Over the course of the fall, there had been a hiring freeze when two employees left the library to take other jobs. A total of 60 staff hours were left vacated.
Here is a list of upcoming events from the Colville Chamber of Commerce. Chamber luncheons are Tuesdays at noon at the Colville Eagle's Lodge and are open to the public.
Save the Date
*February 21â€”Forestry News
*March 2015â€”Woodlands Theatre presents â€śSeussicalâ€ť
*March 2015â€”Home & Garden Show