October 17th, 2014
Marie Doris Baldwin passed away peacefully on Oct. 6, 2014 in Spokane. She was born the daughter of Luther Chester and Marion Doris (Buzzell) Baldwin on June 17, 1920 in SunÂŹnyside.
Marie attended school in SunÂŹnyside, and moved with her family to Ford in 1932. After attending school, Marie married Gordon Baldwin in Coeur dâAlene, ID and together the couple was blessed with five children. They lived in Lewiston, ID, and Ford before settling in Colville in 1962.
Jacklyn (Jackie) Ann Bye, 66, passed away peacefully on Sunday, September 28, 2014. Jackie was born to Arnold and Mildred (Barden) Meckle on November 28, 1947 in Colville, and was raised by her mother Mildred and stepfather John Bye. She grew up in and around the Kettle Falls area and graduated from Kettle Falls High School in 1967.
Jackie loved the beautiful Northeast Washington area and continued to live in this area for most of her life. She held several jobs, but as of late worked at Wal-Mart.
Bryanna Lynn Sargent was born to Rich and Carol Sargent on November 4, 1995 in Seattle.
It was the start of 18 years of joy that was brought into their lives and the lives of many. On September 28, 2014, she was taken from us way too soon in an accident near Cusick.
She graduated from Selkirk High School in June 2014 with many accolades for her accomplishments. She was currently enrolled in school at North Idaho College in Coeur DâAlene, Idaho and trying to find her way to spread her amazing talents in this world.
Lyle was born on Nov. 8, 1927 in Burley, ID. to William Leslie and Virgie Judd Tadlock. Lyle was the youngest of five children: Wendell, Thelma, Roy, and Glenda.
After graduation from Burley High School, Lyle began a four-year career in the Army Air Corps. Although trained to be an Air Traffic Controller, Lyle spent most of his WWII career in Germany and France driving supplies and mail to desperate soldiers and surviving civilians.
On Pro Football Now, four-time pro bowl fullback Tony Richardson, Sports Illustrated NFL analyst Aaron Nagler and MMQB writer Jenny Vrentas discuss adjustments the defending champion Seahawks need to make and if the Cardinals can win the NFC West.
over top-ranked Freeman
Sometimes final scores can be deceiving. So it went last Friday night in front of a packed house at Colville High School, where the ninth-ranked Indians dominated from the outset in a convincing 28-7 rout of top-ranked and defending State 1A champion Freeman.
The game wasnât that close.
Colville (6-0) simply dominated the Scotties, who came in riding a 19-game winning streak. The only hiccup for the Indians was a 35-yard Freeman touchdown on the first play from scrimmage of the second half. That cut the CHS lead to 14-7.
Bluff scores four
TDs for Cats
In an early Northeast 1B football matchup between playoff contending teams, the Cusick Panthers rode an incredible 50-point opening quarter to a 70-30 victory over the Selkirk Rangers last Friday night in Cusick.
Cusick head coach Sonny Finley was impressed with his teamâs offensive explosion and school record.
âThey came out and scored on us first, but we were able to put up 50 points and I was pretty impressed with our offensive output,â Finley said of the fast break onslaught.
Cougars lose two
Chewelah went into their Homecoming game against Riverside last Friday night looking for a Northeast A League victory. But injuries and inconsistent play by the hosts let the Rams pull away in the second half for a 34-6 road win over the struggling Cougars.
Chewelah found itself behind the eight ball before the game started after the loss of starting quarterback Blake Owens to a broken left (throwing) hand on Wednesday. Early in the game, Chewelah also lost Andrew Hansen to a rib injury.