September 29th, 2015
Colville will host
on Lake Roosevelt
Colville High will host the annual Can-Am Invitational Cross-Country meet on the shores of Lake Roosevelt Saturday. Start time is 10:00 a.m.
At press time, 24 teams were registered to run in the high school varsity, junior varsity and junior high cross-country meet at Old Kettle Recreation Area/Day Use Area down the road from the Kettle Falls Marina.
His half brother
held for murder
ADDYâA Chewelah man died on Sept. 28 after being shot with a bow and arrow.
According to the Stevens County Sheriffâs Office, deputies responded to a report of a person shot with an arrow at a residence in the 1300 block of Highway 395 South in Addy.
Deputies arrived on scene the afternoon of Sept. 28 within minutes to find 46-year-old Brian Brodie of Chewelah bleeding heavily from an apparent wound from an arrow, according to Sgt. Brad Manke of the Stevens County Sheriffâs Office.
KFHS will travel to Newport on Thursday to face the Newport High junior varsity. That match on the NHS pitch starts at 4 p.m.
Kettle Falls will be home on Friday, Oct. 9 against the Colville High junior varsity (4 p.m.). The Lady Bulldogs will reciprocate and travel eight miles south to Colville on Thursday, Oct. 15 (4 p.m.).
NWC 41, Colfax 14
Colville 58, Riverside 0
ACH 66, Cusick 22
Odessa-Harrington 68, Northport 0
Colton 56, Sunnyside Christian 44
Pullman 47, Timberlake 20
West Valley 21, Moscow 7
Cheney 28, Sunnyside 20
Sandpoint 40, East Valley 13
Republic 70, Yakama Tribal 20
Freeman 35, Chewelah 7
Liberty 47, Kettle Falls 6
Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 41, Wilbur-Creston 8
Davenport 48, Springdale 6
Deer Park 27, Medical Lake 12
Lakeside 54, Newport 7
The Indians next game is October 2 at Chewelah.
COLVILLEâA first Wildfire Defense Fund-raising golf scramble tournament will be held at Dominion Meadows Golf Course in Colville on Sunday, Oct. 4. Shotgun start at 10 a.m.
The tournament will serve âas a place where folks can donate money to help support our local firefighters and their equipment needs,â pointed out DM Pro, Andy Hite. âAll money raised will stay in our local area to help raise funds for firefighter protective gear.â
CHEWELAHâThe Chewelah Artsâ Guild needs the publicâs help to âLight Up The Parkâ on Oct. 24 with carved Jack Oâ Lanterns.
âBring as many as you would like,â encouraged spokeswoman, Sarah English.
To count toward Chewelah Arts Guildâs Guinness World Record attempt of 2,015 pumpkins, the Jack Oâ Lanterns need to have carved mouths, noses, eyes and yes, even eyebrows.
If that criteria isnât met, the pumpkins wonât be counted toward the record.
âBe as creative as you wish carving a design,â English said. âPut a logo, character, name, etc. on the backside of the pumpkin if you wish.â
Certain shows win year after year at the Emmys, but theres another exclusive club for actors who have won Emmys for their work in not just one show year after year, but three!
Colville High turned in a solid showing at last Saturdayâs season-opening Lakeland Invitational Volleyball Tournament (Rathdrum, Idaho).
Colville High won the Silver Division of the Lakeland Invite with a 22-25, 25-20, 15-8 win over Lewiston, Idaho.
Coeur dâ Alene downed University to win the Gold finale, and host Lakeland beat Reardan to capture the Bronze title.
The Colville High Cross-Country team competed in this seasonâs first invitational at Shadle Park High School in Spokane on Saturday. The invitational is the oldest in the state and always draws a large number of teams every year. Thirty-two high schools from around the Northwest were present this year and student athletes were divided into seven different heats.
Colville was represented by 19 athletes.