February 1st, 2012
Indians will host Riverside in loser-out
After getting a busy week started on the right sneaker with a big road win at Lakeside, the Colville High boyâs basketball team saw opportunity slip through their grasp last weekend at home.
The Indians (11-9, 6-4) were outplayed by NEA champion Freeman (13-7, 8-2) and by second place Chewelah (15-5, 7-3) on Saturday.
Colville gives top-ranked
Freeman all they can handle
By virtue of their second place Northeast A League finish, the Colville High girls avoid the District 7 1A Tournament loser-out pressure cooker on Saturday and can prepare for the opening round of the double elimination portion of the tournament that gets started Wednesday, Feb. 8 at Mead High School.
Indians down Lakeside,
Colville High shared the Northeast A League dual meet championship last winter with Lakeside and Riverside. This time around, there is no sharingâthe Indians have annexed the NEA championship over Lakeside and Riverside outright.
The Colville Road Warriors, who have seldom been home this winter on what seems like an extended road trip, annexed a league championship last week with a 48-31 win at Lakeside. The Indians, who went through the NEA unscathed this winter, followed that up one night later with a 39-29 dual match win at Riverside.
William Leonard Hill, âDr. Billâ to his friends, passed away at his Deep Lake home on Jan. 24, 2012. Bill was born on Jan, 3, 1948 in Gridley, California, the son of Billy and Louise (Kirkham) Hill.
At the age two, his family purchased and moved to a new ranch just north of Deep Lake.
Bill attended grade school at Leadpoint and graduated from Northport High School in 1966. Soon after high school graduation, he spent several years living and working in Wenatchee.
James Robert Strick, best known as Bob Strick of Kettle Falls, died peacefully Jan. 19, 2012 in Spokane of complications from previously undiagnosed Pancreatic Cancer and Cirrhosis. He was 72 years-old. He was born in 1939 in Missoula, MT to Marie and James Strick, and raised in Spokane.
Martin Frederick âMickâ Jensen passed away in Spokane on Jan. 29, 2012 at the age of 74. He was born on Jan. 12, 1938 in Spokane, the son of Andrew and Aileen (Standard) Jensen.
Mick was a 1955 graduate of Colville High School and marÂŹried Virginia Holland in 1958. He worked for the Stevens County Road Department from 1960 until his retirement in 1991.
A celebration of life for Mr. Jensen will be held at a later date.
A full obituary will follow in next weekâs Statesman-Examiner.
Danekas Funeral Chapel and Crematory has been entrusted with the arrangements.
Our beloved husband and father, Harvey Scott, passed away on Jan. 30, 2012 in Colville at the age of 87. He was born on Feb. 22, 1924 to W.B. and Emma (Thompson) Scott in Bonners Ferry, ID.
Donna Parks of Rice passed away on Jan. 25, 2012 at Rice. She was 64. She was born in Ballard on June 27, 1947, the daughter of Donald L. and Valencia Rose Peters.
Donna worked for several years in Seattle for the Seattle Credit Bureau. She moved to her home in Rice in 1995 and enjoyed living in her home in the woods. She was fun to be around and loved reading magazines. She will be missed by all who knew and loved her.
Donna is survived by her husband, Gerald Parks.
The graveside will be held at 10 a.m., Thursday, Feb. 2 at the Rice I.O.O.F. Cemetery at Rice.
Donna Lee Doyle of Colville passed peacefully into eternal life on January 26, 2012. She was born July 13, 1941 in Butte, MT, the daughter of Dalton âBriggsâ Lafayette and Frances Cecilia (Sologub) Webb.
Donna was raised in Spokane with her older brother, William. She attended primary school at St. Francis of Assisi Parish and continued her education at Holy Names Academy and Sacred Heart School of Nursing.
Itâs time once again for youthful area thespians to hone their theatrics and have a good time doing it.
Auditions will be held for the Missoula Children's Theatre original adaptation of King Arthurâs Quest on Monday, Jan. 30, from 3:15 p.m. to 5:15 p.m. at the Colville High School (CHS) auditorium.
Approximately 50 students, grades K-12, will be cast to appear in the show. No advanced preparation is necessary and all interested students are encouraged to audition.