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Murphy’s Law rears its ugly head at S-E

November 25, 2014

Mama told me there would be days (weeks?) like this. Anytime you are mostly at the mercy of technology (much of it aging), Murphy’s hackneyed philosophy (smile, tomorrow might be worse) tends to invoke its own self on occasion. Yes, stuff happens, whether you want it to or not. I won’t belabor you with the history and histrionics of the situation, but suffice to say, the newspaper production process was anything but normal earlier this week.

Overwhelming support for Interim Superintendent Lewis

November 18, 2014

A few hold onto promise

The recent community forum hosted by the Colville School Board filled the Colville High School auditorium with concerned parents, district employees, and other members of the community who took the time to articulate their opinions and perspectives on the action item to contract Interim Superintendent Pete Lewis as the permanent superintendent and skip an expensive superintendent search altogether.

Incumbents keep seats, li­brary levy fails

November 18, 2014

Election to be
certified Nov. 25

As results for the Nov. 4 Gen­eral Election rolled in last week, it became clear that incumbents could breathe a sigh of relief, if they worked up a sweat at all about keeping their respective elected seats. Though some races were close, the majority of Stevens Count voters tended to go with whom they knew.
Of the 28,573 ballots that were sent out to registered vot­ers by the Stevens County De­partment of Elections, 10,287 had been counted as of last Fri­day morning.

City looks at new location for law enforcement

November 18, 2014

Nothing
certain yet

The City of Colville is looking at possibly moving the Colville Police Department to a different location. In this case, the former United States Border Patrol office at 209 E Juniper Ave., adjacent to the Spokane Community Colleges Colville Center and behind South Main Restaurant.
According to Interim Mayor Pro-Tempore Lou Janke, nothing is official yet. Rural Resources Community Action is first in line to potentially convert the building into a men’s shelter, if it meets their needs.

Veterans Day Celebrations

November 7, 2014

In honor of Veterans Day, there will be a community event on Tuesday, Nov. 11 at 11 a.m. in front of the Stevens County Courthouse. There will be a color guard, flag folding ceremony, and speeches in honor of veterans. The public is invited to attend.

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