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Vikings spoil Raider homecoming - The Star
In the first meeting between the Raiders and the Mabton Vikings, the Vikings came out the victors. Mabton defeated LR 32-0. “Mabton was clearly the more physical team tonight,” Head Coach Steve Files said. “We are capable of playing better, and we ...
About dry grass at cemetery - The Star
First, the Grand Coulee Dam Lions and Spring Canyon Cemetery would like to thank the community for all the support over the past 79 years. We could not do everything we do in the community without the support of this great community. At this time, I would ...
Coulee Cops - The Star
10/6 - An officer in pursuit of a vehicle that failed to stop at an intersection reported that his patrol car struck a small animal, thought to be a cat. Later, after dealing with the stop sign violator he returned to the area and looked all over for the ...
Third Power Plant work will rebuild 3,000 tons of precision - The Star
Even the eighth wonder of the world needs rejuvenation sometime. Trouble is, no spa will accept a 3,000-ton turbine. That's why one of the three largest hydroelectric units in the world has been sitting in pieces on the concrete floor inside the largest ...
Keller Students Launch into 4-H with a Blast - The Star
October 8 marked 4-H National Youth Science Day (4-HNYSD). Keller Elementary students celebrated by participating in the hands-on science experiment, Rockets to the Rescue, designed to help them learn about rockets and aerospace engineering. The rockets ...
Wells Dam plans talk planned for historical society - The Star
The annual membership meeting of the Okanogan County Historical Society is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 18 at 10 a.m. at the Malott Grange Hall. The agenda includes discussion of how to best utilize original water colors by Sally Ward donated by her ...
Retain experience with Pheasant for treasurer - The Star
The most important qualification to be Grant County’s Treasurer is financial education and experience. The write-in candidate, who barely squeaked into the general election challenging our Grant County Treasurer, hasn’t provided any information on why ...
Two honored on WSU President's Honor Roll - The Star
Two local students have been recognized as standing above the rest with excellent academic performance at Washington State University during the 2014 summer semester, the school said last week. Taima Nichole Carden, of Coulee Dam; and Nicole Ashley ...
Dano involved in community - The Star
I have known Garth Dano and his family since they first moved to Moses Lake. I consider Garth one of my very special friends. Garth and his family have been involved in many community activities. They were instrumental in building Neppel Park, have served ...
It's a girl for the Marchands - The Star
Natasha and Shane Marchand are proud to announce the birth of their daughter Hadley Jo Marchand, born Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014, at Coulee Medical Center in Grand Coulee. She weighed 6 lbs ., 12 oz ., and was 18 inches in length at birth. Sibling includes ...
Looking for a representative, not a leader - The Star
“Proven Leadership” is the slogan being thrown around this season. Candidates telling us that we should vote for them because it’s “all about relationships.” To me, that says a candidate will play Let’s Make a Deal when they get into office ...
Town to follow cross-connection water program - The Star
Elmer City council passed a cross-connection water system program at its meeting last week. The object of the cross connection program is to reduce the risk of contamination of the public water system. Officials also stated that the new program will reduce ...
One Owl/Llamas have a boy - The Star
Kesha One Owl and Jesus Llamas of Grand Coulee are proud to announce the birth of their son Kyien Ismael Llamas One Owl on Friday, Oct. 3, 2014, at Coulee Medical Center in Grand Coulee. He weighed 9 lbs ., and was 21 inches in length at birth. Siblings ...
Meetings and Notices - The Star
Grand Coulee High School Alumni Association will hold its fall meeting on Wednesday, October 15, 2014, at 1:00 P.M ., at United Methodist Church, 406 Center Street in Grand Coulee. Anyone who attended any of the Grand Coulee schools is invited to attend.
Local man gets national honor - The Star
Cody Desautel, a Coulee Dam resident and member of the Colville Tribes, was among the 2014 award winners honored during a gala at the leading Native American business event in the country, taking place at the Potawatomi Hotel and casino in Milwaukee ...