October 6th, 2014
Raymond Adolph Kuh Sr., 92, passed away on Sept. 17, 2014 in Colville. He was born on Feb. 24, 1922, the son of Joe and Anna (Sattler) Kuh in Toppenish.
Ray grew up in Finley and attended school in Hover. After graduating from Hover High School, Ray met Betty Ochse and the couple married in Chicago in 1944. After the couple was married, Ray proudly served his country in the United States Navy in the European Theatre of WWII.
Jerry McGrew of Prosser passed away Sep. 15, 2014 at his home, surrounded by the love of his family.
Jerry was born April 13, 1940, in Mabton.
He is survived by his sons, Greg G. McGrew of Colville and Gary G. McGrew of Seattle; his significant other, Rae Martin of Prosser; sisters, Marsha Fox of Rice and Debbie Georgariou of Mead, and seven grandchildren.
Jerry was preceded in death by his wife, Dixie Sue, and by sisters, Belva, Donna and Jean.
A gathering of family and friends will be held at his home on Saturday, Sept. 27 at 1 p.m.
Cleveland Wilbur Miller, a 14-year resident of Colville, passed away peacefully at home on Sept. 14, 2014 at the age of 70. He was born in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania to Edward and Margaret Miller.
Cleveland was raised in Pennsylvania and shortly after high school he served in the United States Air Force. After his time in the Air Force, Cleveland relocated to Monterey, California, where he started attending community college. He later started his long career with Pacific Bell Telephone Company, where he met his future wife of 31 years.
Kettle Falls High was in tough during three Northeast 2B volleyball match-ups last week.
Back on Sept. 23, KFHS dropped a 10-25, 9-23, 7-25 decision at Davenport.
On Thursday, Kettle Falls was back home against Reardan. The Lady Bulldogs fell to the Indians, 15-25, 17-25, 10-25.
On Saturday, KFHS made the long trek to Colfax and fell in three to the Bulldogs of the Palouse.
Kettle Falls coach Marti Axtell was pleased with the support shown to her team last week during Homecoming festivities.
Chewelah played host to defending State 1A champion Freeman last Friday night and the veteran Scotties made quick work of the Cougars, jumping out to a 20 point first quarter lead on their way to an easy and workmanlike 53-0 victory.
Chewelah head coach Jim Fisk summed up the game pretty succinctly.
âTheyâve got a good ball club, but we didnât play exceptionally well and until we stop making so many mistakes, itâs going to be tough,â Fisk said.
Colville High (4-0, 2-0) got its most complete performance of the season on both sides of the ball in a 52-0 mauling of host Riverside at Chattaroy last Friday night.
The Indians scored 22 points in the first quarter and 22 more in the second quarter on the way to a 44-0 halftime lead in this Northeast A League mismatch.
Colville took full advantage of four Riverside turnovers. The first came on an RHS fumble at the 16-yard line. CHS took all of four plays to cover those 16 yards.
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After one yearâs hiatus caused by federal government shenanigans (otherwise referred to as the costly federal government shutdown), the annual Can-Am high school and middle school cross-country meet returns once again to the scenic Kettle Falls National Recreation picnic area along the shores of Lake Roosevelt.
Last yearâs transplanted Can-Am was held at Colville High School and on Dominion/Rotary Trail.
CHEWELAH--The Northeast Washington Association of Realtors will host a âMeet your Candidateâ night, an open forum, on Wednesday, Oct. 8 at 7 p.m. at the Chewelah Civic Center.
âItâs getting very close to election day and this will be a great opportunity to get your quesÂŹtions answered,â said Rita Brown of the Northeast Washington Association of Realtors.
Candidates in attendance will include Senator Brian Dansel and his challenger, Tony Booth; Assessor candidates CJ Wolfe and John OlÂŹson; incumbent Stevens County Sheriff Kendle Allen and challenger, Ken Barker.
Stevens County Department of Public Works, Solid Waste Division, will conduct its semi-annual free metals disposal day on Sunday, Oct. 5 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Stevens County Landfill in Kettle Falls. Any scrap metal brought out that day must be from a household source and free of any attached contaminants like wood, rubber, plastic, fabric, etc. Absolutely no garbage will be accepted. Accepted will be household scrap metal at no charge to the public. Large appliances are acceptable, but must be cleaned out and free of garbage.
Temvelo Matsebulaâs gaze is soft, but curious as she takes in the scene. Shy and seemingly vulnerable, her voice is barely audible in the crowded cafĂ©. But when something strikes her as funny, her smile dazzles and her laugh is genuine.
The 18-year-old from the Lubombo Region of Swaziland, who had never before traveled outside of her hometown, recently spent several weeks in Northeast Washington (mostly Colville), before beginning school at Berea College in Kentucky.