For those who havenât had their pets updated on rabies vaccinations, or who have just skipped the shots entirely, now is the time to think about scheduling that appointment with the veterinarian.
Handed down from the Washington State Board of Health last year, WAC 246-100-197 requires pet owners of dogs, cats and ferrets to receive up-to-date rabies vaccinations beginning Jan.1, 2012.
The comical play âCharles Picket and the Great Unknownâ will be performed at the Kettle River Grange throughout the month of April. Written by Caitlyn Aubertin and directed by Sandra Walsh, the plot revolves around the unlikely and hilarious face-off between mobsters and hillbillies.
Performances are April 13 and 14 at 7 p.m., April 15 at 2 p.m., April 18 (family night) at 7 p.m., April 20 at 7 p.m., April 21 (dinner theatre) at 6 p.m. and April 22 at 2 p.m.
For more information, look in future issues of the S-E or call Diane Lamberson at 684-1163.
Upon meeting her, Elizabeth McKellar seems imbued with a sweet, sincere charm born of a desire to assist others. So naturally, the 17-year-old Colville High School senior gravitated toward an expression of compassion for her culminating senior project, which is required of all high school seniors in Washington State.
Colville High School requires seniors to complete at least 15 hours of work on their projects.
The Colville Chamber of Commerce will present the Miss Colville Scholarship Program titled "As Time Goes By" on Saturday, March 24 at 7 p.m. at the Colville High School auditorium.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Reserved seat tickÂŹets are available for $10 each at the Colville Chamber of Commerce office now, or at the door on the night of the program. Chamber ofÂŹfice hours are Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
âThis year's show promises to be a very entertaining one,â says Miss Colville Director ,Kari Hubbard. âAll of the girls are enthusiastic and exÂŹtremely talented.â
OLYMPIA--Haley McIrvin and Emily Owens, both sophomores at Kettle Falls High School, participated in the Senate Page Program durÂŹing the fifth week of the 2012 session. McIrvin and Owens were sponsored by Sen. Bob Morton (R-Kettle Falls).
Wes McCart has announced his candidacy for the Stevens County Commissioner seat in District 1.
Current District 1 Commissioner Larry Guenther announced he will not be seeking another term.
McCart, as a businessman and farmer, recognizes the need to expand economic base, grow the local economy, support good living wages, protect private property rights, and get government bureaucrats out of the way.
Mail processing operations in Pasco, Yakima and Wenatchee will move to Spokaneâs processing center on the West Plains, the U.S. Postal Service said today.
The Postal Service will cut more than 300 jobs in Washington as it consolidates mail processing. In addition to the Spokane center absorbing more work, sorting operations in Everett, Olympia and Tacoma will transfer to Seattle.
Spokesman Ernie Swanson says 97 jobs will be cut in Everett, 29 in Olympia, 139 in Tacoma, 19 in Yakima, 20 in Wenatchee and two in Pasco.
Tri-County Senior Nutrition said last week that it will be participating in the national 2012 March For Meals campaign. Tri-County Senior Nutritionâs March For Meals event will include school kids penny campaign and walk-a-thon, Hospitalâs Basket Raffle, Eagles Dinner Fund Raiser, Saturday, March 3, 5 to 7 p.m., Soup/Chili Cook-Off, Mayorâs delivering meals, other events still in planning and a Colville Walk-A-Thom on March 22.
In her ongoing efforts to create awareness and education about the affects of commercial pollutants in her hometown, Jamie Paparich is working to raise funds so people living in Northport can be tested for toxins.
Paparichâs âNorthport Projectâ is currently working to raise $3,200 so 30 past and present residents of Northport can send in samples of their hair to be tested for toxins like arsenic, cadmium and mercury.
Paparich said the hair tests, which cost roughly $108 each and can be sent in via regular mail, are more accurate than other testing.