Archive - Mar 21, 2012 - Sports Article
Dominion Meadows Golf Course is open for the 2012 season, according to DM Pro, Andy Hite.
The course is open on 16 of 18 greens. The two greens that have temporaries at this juncture are numbers seven and eight.
âThey are just both really wet at this point,â Hite said on Monday. âThe greens are looking really good for this early.â
Hite said that local high school golf teams from Kettle Falls and Colville High were out playing on Monday afternoon and âreally happy to be out there.â
Until the course is open on all 18 holes, the price of golf at DM is $1 a hole, Hite said.
Defending NE 2B champs hope to get on field this week
Donât talk to Kettle Falls High softball coach Amy Owens and her team about the effects of Global Warming. As far as Owens and the Lady Bulldogs are concerned, it has been pretty much the return of the ice age.
Welcome to Northeast Washington, spring sports and all those âliquidâ schedules.
As of this writing, KFHS still hadnât been able to get on their field because of the snow, ice and water. No, donât talk about infield dirt. Owens and her girls are still looking at mud.
After 1,100 mile journey, duo makes banquet
Nobody said it would be easy. And to answer that one rhetorically, it never is.
But 72-year-old Bob Jones of Kettle Falls and his son-in-law, Josh Rindal, made it to Nome, Alaska and the end of the fabled Iditarod Sled Dog Race last weekend.