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New shirts will mark school's opening day - The Star
Students, staff, bus drivers, and the entire lot, will celebrate the opening of the new Lake Roosevelt school Sept. 15, with T-shirt mania. Everyone will receive a Lake Roosevelt T-shirt to wear on the first day of school. The gold, black and white design ...
Hugh T (Smitty) Smith - The Star
Hugh T Smith (Smitty), 90, of Spokane Valley passed away Thursday, Aug. 7, 2014. He was born March 12, 1924, in Brewster, Wash. He was married to Anita M Smith for 67 years, he was also was survived by his sister Alice Deleganes from Portland, Ore.
From bad to worse - The Star
A burned-out house at 609 Holly Street in Coulee Dam continues to degrade and tree branches on the property fell down from recent winds adding to the fire hazard. The town disposed of branches that projected out into the street. The house burned two years ...
Clean, quiet and cool appreciated - The Star
A thank-you note from a firefighter fills a whiteboard in the foyer at Nespelem Elementary School, which offered refuge from scorching daytime heat to some 235 night-shift workers on the Devil's Elbow Complex Fire, who found it impossible to sleep in their ...
Judith Rae (Lindbergh) Bach - The Star
Judith R. Bach, 71, passed away in Grand Coulee, Wash ., on Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014. She was born in Mason City, Wash, on October 28, 1942, to Clayton "Lindy" and Gretchen Lindbergh. She grew up with her sister Joan on the Grand Coulee Heights. She ...
Everything you say and do makes a real difference - The Star
Anger is a natural human reaction and in itself is not a sin. “Be angry yet do not sin.” (Eph. 4:26) Like any other emotion whether it is legitimate or misguided, anger needs to be acknowledged. This acknowledgment is the first step towards a possible ...
Colville Tribe stocks Rufus Woods with thousands of fish - The Star
Staff from the Colville Tribes Resident Fish (CTRF) program released approximately 5,700 “triploid” rainbow trout ranging from two to three pounds each into Lake Rufus Woods July 31. The fish, which can be identified by the absence of the adipose fin ...
Events going on at Spring Canyon - The Star
This week at Spring Canyon, the following ranger conducted activities include: The exploration center is open Saturday and Sunday from 1:30 - 3:30 p.m. Hands-on activities, Junior Ranger activities, brochures and park information are offered. Crafts will ...
Nespelem school fills last-minute job openings - The Star
In an avalanche of last-minute personnel changes, Nespelem Elementary School covered all its employee bases Monday, as new Principal Debra Pankey walked the school board through a configuration of new teachers and aides. Pankey, the school’s special ...
Public can nominate for "highly capable" school program - The Star
Nominations are being accepted, from Aug. 26 through Oct. 1, for current students in the Grand Coulee Dam School District’s highly capable program. Students in kindergarten through 12th grade who are identified as highly capable of high academic and ...