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Ebola Virus: Precautions in place

October 17, 2014

There are no patients with Ebola in Washington state, and there are no plans to evacuate patients to the region in the near future, according to state health officials.
There are also no suspected cases and no one is being monitored, health officials say.
That said, Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, local hospitals and local health officials are ready.

16-year-old Chewelah singer debuts album this Saturday

October 14, 2014

There are very few children that know their passion from an early age, and even a few that follow it into their teenage years. Local independent artist, Savannah Blain, is one of those few. The 16-year-old has just released her debut EP album, Along the Way.
“It’s one of the most raw states of being,” Blain says about songwriting. “You’re sharing a personal experience with every lyric.”

VIDEO: CDC Director Urges Hospitals to 'Think Ebola'

October 13, 2014

Colville local wins title at Clogging Nationals

October 8, 2014

Hannah Johnson recently returned from clogging Nationals in Nashville, Tennessee where she won the 2014 title for her Choreographed Solo and also earned a place on the NCHC 2014 All-Star team.
Over the next 12 months, Johnson will perform with the all-star team in various places starting in Reno, Nevada. Hannah has competed in several regional competitions, including Charleston, South Carolina, Branson, Missouri, and Scottsdale, Arizona. In all of the Regional competitions, she placed in the top three in most of her events, qualifying for Nationals in Branson.

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Community members take on drugs in Yep Kanum

October 7, 2014

Three men sit at a picnic table in Yep Kanum Park, all there for very specific, similar reasons. Ian Pickett, his brother Michael Pickett, and friend Tony Gorst, all Colville residents, are part of a handful of concerned citizens on a mission to take back Yep Kanum Park. Over the past several years, the park, which is located in a wooded two acres in the heart of Colville, has garnered a reputation for vandal¬ism, loitering, and illegal drug use.
The last straw for Ian Pickett was when his 16-year-old daughter was warned by class¬mates not to go to the park by herself.

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