July 12th, 2012
Tournament and memorial fund benefits youth
One of the most popular one-day tournaments in Northeast Washington will tee it up on Saturday, July 21 when the Opie-Coxie Open Scramble golf tournament is held at Dominion Meadows Golf Course.
The format is four or five person teams. Entry fee is $45 per player (if paid by July 18). The entry is $50 if paid on or after July 19. The entry includes green fees and dinner.
Non-participants can buy dinner for $10.
The tournament will start at 10 a.m. Check-in at 9 a.m.
Mountain Berry FroYo (frozen yogurt), owned by Colville natives Terri Boswell and Alexandria Ellis, is Colvilleâs newest eatery. The eatery, which serves several varieties of frozen yogurt, (including a Kiwi Strawberry sorbet for those who partake in non-dairy) recently opened July 3.
Ellis manages the business while Terri Boswell currently works for Eastern Washington Universityâs Early Head Start Program with birth to three-year-old children
A couple of years ago Terri and her daughters visited a FroYo in Spokane and fell in love with the product.
The Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife confirmed another wolf pack in Stevens County last month, bringing the tally in the Tri-county region up to five.
WDFW confirmed the new âHuckleberry Packâ on June 29, naming the five gray wolf pups after Huckleberry Mountain near Fruitland.
The new pack is Washingtonâs seventh confirmed wolf pack, including the recently documented Ncâicn pack on the Colville Confederated Tribesâ reservation.
An additional five packs are also suspected in the state, according to WDFW.
Walter Emmett Smith passed away May 31, 2012 with his family by his side on the ranch in Cambridge, Idaho. He was born Feb. 26, 1934 in Roundup, MT.
He was the fourth of six children born to Frank and Bernice Johnson Smith. With only a grade school in the Flat Willow country of Montana, when Emmettâs older brother reached high school, the family decided to move to a small, irrigated produce and berry farm in the Spokane valley.
Warren Frank âBudâ Flanik, 83, a resident of Addy, passed away on July 2, 2012 at his Addy home. Bud was born on Nov. 2, 1928 in Colville, the son of George Frank and Winnifred (Mack) Flanik.
Bud's family homesteaded on Onion Creek before moving to Swiss Valley. He spent several years in Swiss Valley and then moved with his family to the ranch in Marble Valley in 1936. Bud attended grade school at the Summit Valley School and then finished his education in Chewelah, graduating in 1945 from Jenkins High School.
Richard âDickâ Donald Delp, age 79, a longtime resident of the Kettle Falls area, passed away on July 6, 2012 at his home. Dick was born on Dec. 18, 1932 in Marcus, the seventh of 15 children to Elbert Glen and Julia Margaret (Anderson) Delp.
Lewis Alden Boerste passed away at his home in Colville on June 20, 2012 at the age of 78. He was born on June 22, 1933, the son of Frank and Wilma (Buswell) Boerste in Ryderwood.
Lewis grew up in Cougar and attended high school in Woodland. Lewis joined the United States Air Force at age 17 in 1951, and served our country in the Korean War. He retired from the Air Force after 10 years of service.
Judith Kay Lindemann, age 66, went to be with her Father in Heaven on July 2, 2012. She was born the daughter of Robert Charles and Mary Kay (Cook) Allen on Sept. 10, 1945 in Beloit, Wisconsin. Judith married Terry Lindemann on Sept. 16, 1967 at the Court Street Methodist Church in Rockford, Illinois.
In 1982, Terry and Judith moved to the Colville area where they raised their three children, Kristin, Matthew, and Lucas. Judith was very involved in the Colville Free Methodist Church. She was passionate about volunteering her time with the church and the Royal Family Kidâs Camp.
Gladys P. Walston, age 93, passed away on June 30, 2012 in Colville. She was born the daughter of Wallace and Grace (HutÂŹton) Elder on Feb. 17, 1919 in Lava Hot Springs, Idaho and went to high school in Tacoma. WA
Gladys married Frank Walston on July 2, 1950 in Colville. They had one daughter, Carol Leithead.
She preceded Gladys in death in 2011.
In her spare time, Gladys enjoyed playing music, dancÂŹing, quilting, volunteer work, and most of all, spending time with her family. She was always willing to lend a hand to anyone in need.
Garrison Roy Russell passed away with his wife by his side on June 17, 2012 in Spokane at the age of 58.
Garrison was born on July 9, 1953 in Denver, CO, the son of Thomas Ferris and Nola (Wiedmann) Russell.
He was raised in Van Nuys, CA where he attended school. On his sixteenth birthday, Garrison received his pilotâs license, driverâs license and motorcycle endorsement. He continued flyÂŹing while in high school and graduated from Van Nuys High School in 1971.