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September 22nd, 2014
Temvelo Matsebulaâs gaze is soft, but curious as she takes in the scene. Shy and seemingly vulnerable, her voice is barely audible in the crowded cafĂ©. But when something strikes her as funny, her smile dazzles and her laugh is genuine.
The 18-year-old from the Lubombo Region of Swaziland, who had never before traveled outside of her hometown, recently spent several weeks in Northeast Washington (mostly Colville), before beginning school at Berea College in Kentucky.
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By now, for those that have a social media profile, countless videos have been viewed in which family, friends and countless celebrities douse themselves with a bucket of ice water, and then challenge others to do the same. The Ice Bucket Challenge aims to raise awareness for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, or Lou Gehrigâs disease, by asking people to either drench themselves or donate to the ALS Association, or both.
A poster that circulated through social media this week claiming that a woman was trying to lure children with cotton candy in order to kidnap them in Deer Park and Colville turns out to be carrying false information, according to the Spokane COunty Sheriff's Office and the Colville Police Department.
There will be a hole in the loÂŹcal medical community after the Healing Arts Center Medical Clinic shutters its doors this Friday, ending over a decade of family practice under the guidÂŹance of Dr. Lon Hatfield and his daughter and colleague, Dr. Jenna Collins.
âI have been very blessed to work here, live here, and raise my family here,â says Dr. HatÂŹfield, who retired recently at the age of 72. âItâs been wonderful, and we have been blessed.â
Thereâs a new celebration coming to Kettle Falls on Saturday, Sept. 13. This is a fall event to be held at Happy Dell Park. It has been named âFestival of Neighborsâ in hopes of bringing together not only our local citizens, but also our neighboring communities as well. A new group of volunteers with great new ideas and plenty of enthusiasm are organizing it. Kettle Falls Mayor Dorothy Slagle stated, âWeâre working with our Chamber of Commerce to create an event that celebrates our area and brings more awareness to our history and all we have to offer here.â
Northeast Washington is losing a local talent when he moves to Austin, Texas this summer.
All I will say is that they better appreciate Chet O'Keefe.
A young Stevens County moose, orphaned at just a few days of age when its mother was killed when she was hit by a vehicle, has been put in the caring hands of Licensed Fish & Wildlife Rehabilitator Karen Odle, near Chewelah.
Monty the orphaned moose received a minor neck injury in the accident that killed his mother and was brought to Odle and her Many Gates to the Heart Rescue/Rehab Ranch.