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CHS Carnival this Saturday!

October 1, 2014

The Colville High School Carnival is right around the corner. This annual event is the biggest fundraiser for the high school’s Associated Student Body and will be held on Saturday, October 4 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
During the evening, those attending will be able to play a variety of carnival games created for people of all ages. Other activities available are the ever-popular Kiddie Carnival, Music Cake Walk, Stick Horse Races, Big Bingo and a Silent Auction. Big Bingo prizes were all donated by area businesses or purchased with money that area businesses donated to the Carnival.

Candidates' Forum in Chewelah

September 25, 2014

CHEWELAH--The Northeast Washington Association of Realtors will host a “Meet your Candidate” night, an open forum, on Wednesday, Oct. 8 at 7 p.m. at the Chewelah Civic Center.
“It’s getting very close to election day and this will be a great opportunity to get your ques¬tions answered,” 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 free metals day

September 23, 2014

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.

Teen from Africa comes to Colville

September 22, 2014

Temvelo Matsebula’s 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.

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