September 23rd, 2015
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.
LHS up next
Chewelah (1-1) came into Fridayâs non-league high school football game ready to replicate the success they had the previous week in Priest River. Unfortunately against the Warden Cougars, the JHS offense struggled to gain yardage and keep possession of the ball in a 24-16 loss.
Head coach Jim Fisk summed it up.
âDefensively, we played well enough to win, but offensively, we did not,â Fisk said.
Three interceptions caused most of the damage, killing two scoring opportunities for Chewelah, and setting up a Warden touchdown.
Struggling at QB
After examining the origin of the Carpenter Road Fire, wild land fire investigators have determined that the fire was human-caused and not lightning-caused like originally believed.
According to a joint press release from United States Department of the Interior - Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Spokane Tribe of Indians, the fire was discovered on August 13 around 9:30 p.m. along the Westend-Wellpinit Road, just north of the Rock Church on the Spokane Indian Reservation.
Don't miss out on these games from around the region.
Friday, Sept. 11
West Valley at Colville, 7
NWC at Kettle Falls, 7
Wellpinit at Northport, 7
ACH at Republic, 7
Selkirk at Columbia, 3
Warden at Chewelah, 7
Lind-Ritzville/Sprague at Springdale, 7
Touchet at Inchelium, 3
Deer Park at Cheney, 7
Pullman at Freeman, 7
LaConner at Colfax, 7
East Valley at Lakeland, 7
Garfield-Palouse at Lakeside, 7
Newport at Priest River, 7
Saturday, Sept. 12
Colville at Highlander Invite (Spokane), 8
Timberlake at Colville, 11
Sights and sounds of this day in 2001, when America suffered the worst terrorist attack on its soil
Offense a no
show in opener
After Cheney High (1-0) controlled the line of scrimmage all night against a mostly green and inexperienced Colville High (0-1) front last Friday night at Cheney in the season-opener for both schools, itâs obvious the Indians have a lot of work to do.
Ty Graham, possibly the best running back Colville will see this fall, ran for 136 yards on 16 carries to lead Cheney to a 28-0 whitewash of the Indians.
Graham scored once on the ground and once when he was the recipient of a weird bounce after a short Colville punt
Chewelah senior running back Stephen Beamer breaks into the open on the way to a 44-yard first half touchdown run that got the Cougars off and running in a season-opening road win at Priest River. See story inside this edition of S-E Sports. Chris Rader photo.