August 13th, 2013
William Lawrence Barclay, age 85, went home to be with his Lord and Savior on July 30, 2013. Bill was a true blessing to Charles and Minnie Barclay, as he was their eighth and last child born on Veterans Day Nov. 11, 1927 Donnelly, MN.
Law enforcement officers found Colville teenager Ashley Barbour Monday, Aug. 12 in Coeur dâAlene. The 14-year-old was last seen in Colville at her family's residence on July 26.
Coeur dâAlene Police found Barbour when they stopped a vehicle near 23rd and Lakeside Avenue around 3:37 p.m.
Woodland Theatre Productions in Kettle Falls is holding auditions for the musical Nunsense. Nunsense is a musical comedy written by Dan Goggin in 1985. Auditions will be Saturday Aug. 24 at 10 a.m. at Woodland Theatre.
"This show masks as a hilarious variety show put on by these five nuns,â explains diÂŹrector George Eberth. âItâs an off Broadway favorite and you really have to be made of stone not to laugh at it.â
Janice Weaver spends her days surrounded by movie stars and storytellers. As the owner and operator of Jimâs Video in Kettle Falls, the communityâs last independent video store, itâs not a serious stretch to imagine Weaver as a modern-day keeper of tales in a time when supposed technological convenience freÂŹquently chips away at human interaction by cutting out âthe middle man.â
Though Weaverâs self-perception isnât nearly as lofty, she enjoys what she does---after all, sheâs been doing it for almost 30 years.
is first up
The Kettle Falls community has started its own fledgling youth recreation program. Privately underwritten Kettle Falls Community Athletics will get started with a youth soccer program, according to KFCA President, Chance Morris.
Morris said that the non-profit KFCA has upwards of 80 youngsters signed up for its first programâyouth soccer.
Wrestling club will disband
at the end of August
The Basement Boys program started in 1985 with coaches Denny Reddinger and Monty Jones. The program was called the Hermiston Offroad Stingers.
The club wrestled all three styles and traveled throughout Washington and Oregon. In 1990, the club became the Basement Boys when Monty and Shelley Jones started traveling with their son, Dustin, Sean Riley and many others.
This was the driving force to keep the club alive at the time.
Another sign that summer is almost over is the start of fall sports practices at area high schools.
The first day of fall sports practice sessions for cross-country, volleyball and girlâs soccer is Monday, August 26.
Prep football practice sessions get a jump-start and will get underway one week earlierâon Monday, August 21.
Student/athletes are reminded that current physicals and all paperwork are due the first day of practice.
After Auto-Vue Drive In Theatreâs owner Steve Wisner made the announcement last year that he would close the over 60-year-old outdoor theatre at the end of this summer, community members and customers from near and far. Voiced their opposition.
Rosalie Agnes (Thorson Jenne) MacCary was born on Feb. 4, 1934 in Wenatchee, to Earl and Helen Marie (Jensen) Thorson. She passed away peacefully on July 17, 2013 in Spokane.
She touched the lives of many people in her work to provide services to the disabled, the blind and senior citizens, but her reach was so much more. She remembered everyone she met, and neighbors and acquaintances often became good friends.
L. Donohue (Don) Callan passed peacefully at his home in Selah on July 19, 2013.
Don was born in Northport in 1927 to Tom and Myrtle Callan. He grew up on the ranch on Kelly Hill and was a true cowboy. He loved his horses and dogs.
Don enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corp. in 1945 and served with honor in Hawaii, Okinawa and North China. Don loved this country and proudly flew his flag. He truly believed that we live in the greatest country in the world.
Don had many interests and loved adventure.