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VIDEO: 7 Facts You Didn't Know About The Kentucky Derby

May 1, 2015

With the 141st annual Kentucky Derby right around the bend, we're bringing you a list of things you might not have known about the iconic horse race.

Farmers Market opens in Colville Saturday

April 30, 2015

It's back! The Northeast Washington Farmers Market will open this Saturday, May 2 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at its downtown location an Astor and Main Streets by the clock tower in Colville. The start of the market includes a vast assortment of herb, flower and vegetable starts, berry plants, canes and ornamentals. There will also be a selection of early season greens and asparagus and locally handcrafted items.
For more information, including having a booth at the market, contact Market Manager Aja Bridge at 935-0555.

City Water Department wins Excellence award

April 29, 2015

The Department of Health, Office of Drinking Water (ODW) invites you to celebrate with the City of Colville as we recognize the Water Department during Drinking Water Week, May 3-9, 2015. Receiving the “Pursuit of Excellence” award, the City has demonstrated commitment to providing safe and reliable drinking water.​

KF Robotics team places 56th in division

April 29, 2015

The last couple weeks have been a whirlwind for the Canine Crusaders Kettle Falls Robotics Team 4890, to say the least. After qualifying for the National Championship in St. Louis, Missouri, students scrambled to raise money for the trip, which included dismantling and packing their robot to be shipped halfway across the country.
The community responded to requests for help, donating money and resources to fly 16 of the students to the competition and compete with 600 other teams from around the world.

Area lakes restocked for fishing season

April 22, 2015

A steady thrashing sound comes from the back of the 1,000 gallon Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) tanker truck as Jake Wolfe, Fish Hatchery Specialist, opens the hatch at the top.
Wolfe peers in at the some 1,700 eight-inch Rainbow trout, also referred to as “Catchables.” The fish are about to be released into Waitts Lake outside of Valley as part of the WDFW’s annual restocking of Tri-County lakes in anticipation of the 2015 Washington state fishing season (starts April 25).

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