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Colville High School Football seniors (left to right) Michael Fitzsimmons, Bremen Johnson, Chase Kanamu, John Knight, Jakob Larson, Jake Lindquist, Trevor ...
Colville High School graduating class of 2018 Eastern Washington Statesmen Examiner
The Colville High School graduating class of 2018 had a sunny warm day for their ceremony on Saturday, June 2. The class of 2018 was made up of 106 ...
Colville tribal leader writes open letter to Covington High School The Spokesman-Review
Colville tribal leader Rodney Cawston published an open letter to Kentucky's Covington Catholic High School on Wednesday, calling for a viral exchange ...
Colville's Randy Cornwell nominated for Don Shula NFL High School Coach of the Year KHQ Right Now
Colville High School Football Coach Randy Cornwell has been nominated for the 2018 Don Shula NFL High School Coach of the Year Award.
Colville High School boys soccer gets physical Eastern Washington Statesmen Examiner
Colville High School boys soccer play beat Riverside at home last Tuesday 9-0. “We were really aggressive attacking in that game,” said head coach Dave ...
Colville softball beats Riverside Eastern Washington Statesmen Examiner
Colville High School senior Hallie Cox hits a dinger to end the game in the fourth inning in a 15–0 victory against Riverside on March 29.
Ignoring years of collaboration, Colville National Forest reduces eligible wilderness areas in draft plan The Spokesman-Review
A proposal that would have more than quadrupled the amount of protected wilderness in Eastern Washington came to a screeching halt this fall.
Colville High School wins jazz festival Eastern Washington Statesmen Examiner
The Colville High School Jazz Choir traveled to the University of Idaho and took top honors in this year's Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival on Feb. 23. The festival ...
Colville High School girls cross-country team takes first at State Eastern Washington Statesmen Examiner
The Colville High School girl's cross-county team made history on Saturday when they took first place at State. CHS competed against 15 other teams at the ...
State audit finds Stevens County misspent $121,000 in homelessness funds The Spokesman-Review
In four years, the Stevens County commissioners misspent more than $121,000 from a fund dedicated to fighting homelessness, state auditors have found.
Colville High School Cross Country to be honored March 31 Eastern Washington Statesmen Examiner
The 2017 State Champion Colville High School Girls Cross Country Runners will be recognized in the Seattle Mariners' Safeco Field Saturday, March 31.
Barbacoa dinner planned to benefit student trip to Ecuador Eastern Washington Statesmen Examiner
Colville High School Interact Club students planning a June *service* trip to Ecuador to help indigent residents and students there are hosting a fund-raising ...
CHS Robotics Club competes in underwater Navy competition Eastern Washington Statesmen Examiner
On February 24, the Colville High School Robotics Club participated, for the first time, in an underwater Navy competition at Eastern Washington University.
Colville wrestling will make another go at State 1A title Eastern Washington Statesmen Examiner
Colville High School has placed second for the last three years in the State 1A wrestling championship. “We're looking for a breakthrough year,” head coach ...
Ridgefield High School hires new head football coach The Reflector
Skyview High School's offensive-line coach Scott Rice got the call Thursday to become the new head coach of the Ridgefield High School football program.
WATCH: Dan Shula Award Nominee Randy Cornwell recaps historic Colville season Sports and Weather Right Now
SWX's Sam Adams talked with Colville High School football head coach, Randy Cornwell about his team's state championship season. Cornwell was also the ...
Colville High School girls basketball team ready to play Eastern Washington Statesmen Examiner
Colville girls' basketball will be looking to make some noise in the NEA this season. The Indians are returning some experienced players, but only two starters ...
CHS boys basketball to focus on speed, not height Eastern Washington Statesmen Examiner
The Colville boys' basketball team will be looking to move up in the NEA standings this season by bringing a lot of energy an athleticism to the court every night.
Colville takes eight to state for track and field Eastern Washington Statesmen Examiner
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The Associated Press’ 2018 all-state high school football teams Tri-City Herald
Who made the biggest plays last weekend in the Tacoma Dome? The News Tribune breaks down five honorable mention plays, and the top 10 from the 2018 ...
Keeping watch on the ‘invisible wall’: On the trail with the agents of the northern border The Spokesman-Review
The United States' northern border is monitored by what is sometimes referred to as an “invisible wall” of patrolling agents and high-tech sensors, a virtual net ...
Valz and Cox square off for Stevens County Treasurer position The Independent
(STAFF REPORTS/Chewelah Independent). Incumbent Valz in tight race against Trina Cox… The race for Stevens County Treasurer is interesting in that the ...
University of Providence wrestle-offs Eastern Washington Statesmen Examiner
A short video of the University of Providence-Great Falls wrestle-offs at Colville High School on Saturday. Featured Ads. Chewelah Recycling and Salvage.
Just who are Washington's No. 1 wrestlers? Eastern Washington Statesmen Examiner
It's a simple questions, who are Washington's No. 1 high school wrestlers? A wrestling duel event in Tohma-Maple Valley, in King County, made the answer ...
Colville National Forest poised to set records as both timber harvest, restoration increase The Spokesman-Review
After decades of declining timber harvests and forest restoration projects, the Colville National Forest has turned a corner and is dramatically increasing both.
Ridgefield football hires Skyview assistant as head coach clarkcountytoday.com
Scott Rice, who lives in Ridgefield, will take over the Spudders football program.
Tveit has announced campaign run for re-election The Independent
(Press Release/Gina Tveit). District Court Judge Gina Tveit has announced her plans to run for re-election. “It has been my honor to serve as your District Court ...
All school districts could need policy to protect transgender students The Spokesman-Review
OLYMPIA – Making public schools more inclusive and safer for transgender students would no longer be optional in Washington if legislators pass a bill heard ...
Teenagers at CHS learn the consequences of sexting Eastern Washington Statesmen Examiner
Lech Radzimski, the Stevens County deputy prosecuting attorney, took several days last week to speak to Colville Junior High and high school about the ...
Colville Mat Rats kick off 'Little Guy' season Eastern Washington Statesmen Examiner
The Colville Mat Rats kicked off the official Little Guy season at Curlew High School last Saturday. The Mat Rats won the tournament with 97 points (one point ...
CHS football earns NEA awards Eastern Washington Statesmen Examiner
Colville High School added numerous accolades this week with head coach Randy Cornwell being named coach of the year; Bill Carpenter being named ...
Salish School of Spokane adding high school students The Spokesman-Review
After an online program to teach Native American high school students resulted in failure this past year, Salish School of Spokane decided to take the steps to ...
Thespian competition offers opportunity for high school students to showcase, hone craft The Spokesman-Review
High school students from Eastern Washington recently gathered at the Washington Thespian Individual Event East Regional Competition at Lewis and Clark ...
CHS trap team first at Esvelt Memorial Eastern Washington Statesmen Examiner
The Colville High School FFA Trap Team sent two teams to the Jan. 21 Jono Esvelt Memorial Shoot in Kettle Falls. Colville Team No. 1 won the shoot.
Riverside SD begins search for another new administrator Deer Park Tribune
Phil Johnson is returning to his roots. The Colville High School assistant principal was chosen to fill the principal vacancy at Riverside Middle School. Riverside ...
Washington legislators roll out school safety proposals The Spokesman-Review
School resource officers, threat assessment and statewide school safety are the topics of five new bills in Olympia. The Senate Early Learning and K-12 ...
Obituary: Mercer, Shaun Michael The Spokesman Review
MERCER, Shaun Michael In Loving Memory Shaun Michael Mercer, age 50, passed away on January 18, 2015 after a long battle with cancer. Shaun was born ...
Stevens County sheriff bans deputies from talking to coroner about death investigations The Spokesman-Review
A feud in Stevens County has led to a disjointed and at times broken system for dealing with deaths within the county, and an increased burden on county ...
Neil Gorsuch joins liberals giving Yakama Nation a Supreme Court victory over state of Washington The Spokesman-Review
The Supreme Court sided with the Yakama Nation over Washington state Tuesday, ruling that the.
Obituary: Monasmith, Dr. James M. "Dr. Jim" The Spokesman Review
MONASMITH, Dr. James M. “Dr. Jim” Dr. James M. (“Dr. Jim”) Monasmith was released from his earthly bonds on Dec. 12, 2013 after a lengthy struggle with ...
Aladdin auditions on Monday Eastern Washington Statesmen Examiner
For over 20 years, patrons of the arts have been bringing Missoula Children's Theatre to Colville for a one-week residency. During the residency week, a team of ...
Mead School District board hears recommended areas to cut $12 million The Spokesman-Review
In a lead-up to potential layoffs at the Mead School District, the board of directors heard recommendations on where to cut $12 million out of its budget.
Records detail fight at Ferris High School that led to resource officer’s resignation The Spokesman-Review
It all started over a tattoo and a pair of sneakers. Records released this past week by Spokane Public Schools reveal what started the Jan. 24 altercation that ...
Officials expect more cougars sightings in Northwest The Spokesman-Review
Officials say cougar sightings are becoming more common in the Northwest as populations of people and the big cats continue to grow.
The News Tribune’s 2018 Untouchables — the state’s most unbeatable high school wrestlers The News Tribune
The News Tribune's 2018 class of Untouchables — the most unbeatable high school wrestlers entering Mat Classic in the Tacoma Dome. This year's class ...
Tribes join together to make second annual Remember the Water paddle The Spokesman-Review
Last year, for the first time in about a century, tribal members paddled 51 miles from Sandpoint to their home, joined by neighboring tribes along the way.
Sixth-seventh grade AAU boys tournament a success Eastern Washington Statesmen Examiner
Fatal error: Theme CSS could not load after 20 sec. Please download the latest theme at http://galleria.io/customer/. Last weekend's first annual Colville Blazer's ...
Eastern Washington's state DECA qualifiers ready and eager to compete at next level The Spokesman-Review
Students from the Spokane area will begin participating in the Washington State DECA competition that begins today in Bellevue, competing in nearly 60 ...
Colville tribal members consider name change The Spokesman-Review
A group of eastern Washington tribes is considering a name change to reclaim their indigenous identity.
Legislature looking for ways to fix the ‘McCleary fix’ The Spokesman-Review
School districts and lawmakers across the state struggle with some of the things the McCleary fix didn't fix.
Central Washington University given ‘all clear’ after active shooter report, lockdown The Spokesman-Review
A report of a shooter at Central Washington University turned out to be a false alarm after the school went into lockdown and police searched and cleared the ...
University of Washington student slips on sidewalk, dies The Spokesman-Review
A 19-year-old University of Washington student is dead after slipping on a sidewalk and hitting her head.
Raymond Leonard Oversby Yakima Herald-Republic
April 8, 1938 - October 8, 2018. Ray Leonard Oversby, 80, passed away unexpectedly early Monday morning. He was born in Ellensburg, where he lived with ...
Spokane school district proposes shorter Fridays and larger class sizes as budget cuts loom The Spokesman-Review
Budget cuts and layoffs at Spokane Public Schools may mean that students are let out of school 75 minutes early every Friday to give teachers weekly ...
School for developmentally disabled loses federal money The Spokesman-Review
A state-run school for people with developmental disabilities is losing some of its federal funding.
Cheney to redraw school boundaries The Spokesman-Review
Spurred by surging growth on the West Plains, the Cheney School District is considering changes to its elementary and middle school attendance boundaries as ...
Tribes and First Nations say they’re being excluded from Columbia River Treaty negotiations The Spokesman-Review
Indigenous people in the U.S. and Canada say they're being excluded from negotiations for a new Columbia River Treaty, which kick off next week.
Evergreen, Washougal teachers on picket lines on first day of school The Spokesman-Review
Teachers in the Evergreen and Washougal school districts headed to the picket lines this morning, demonstrating in favor of higher wages after contract ...
Tribal members PR in Inchelium hosted meet at Colville Tribal Tribune
Colville – For the Inchelium track team, Colville is a home-away-from-home as the Hornets host track meets at the high school's track and field complex. Though ...
Mary Larsen leads CHS Equestrian team at State meet Eastern Washington Statesmen Examiner
Colville High School Equestrian riders, Serina Bowlin, Emily Blanchard, Mary Larsen, Kialeeh Harris, Kielah Smith, Madison Sphuler and Kamryn Curtiss ...
CHS girls crush Reardan before falling to Lakeland Eastern Washington Statesmen Examiner
The Colville girls' basketball team came within a few seconds of an undefeated opening week, but had to settle for a split of games instead. The Indians opened ...
Supreme Court rejects coach’s appeal over prayer, for now The Spokesman-Review
The Supreme Court is rejecting an appeal from a former Seattle-area football coach who lost his job because he refused to stop praying on the field.
Report: More work needed on safety, discipline in Spokane schools The Spokesman-Review
Spokane Public Schools is failing to connect with minority students on the subject of safety and discipline, board members were reminded this past week.
Homeless but not hopeless: Spokane high school students overcome the odds The Spokesman-Review
Hundreds of high school students in Spokane are trying to beat homelessness as they try to build a better future. For the past four years, Spokane Public Schools ...
Evergreen reaches tentative deal with teachers The Spokesman-Review
The teachers strike in Evergreen Public Schools could be over after a tentative agreement was reached at 2:57 a.m. today.
Washington Supreme Court upholds most of charter school law The Spokesman-Review
Charter schools are mostly constitutional in Washington, a divided state Supreme Court said Thursday, and one problem area that a majority of the court found ...
Seahawks News 1/11: Seahawks’ Coordinators on 2018 Season, and the Future Field Gulls
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Another Jehovah’s Witness center has been destroyed in 9-month rash of arson attacks The Spokesman-Review
At the center of the investigation into crimes against Jehovah's Witnesses – including two fires that destroyed worship centers – is a question that has vexed ...
Spokane police ask feds for help to crack social media threat case against Lewis and Clark High School The Spokesman-Review
While Spokane police continue to investigate a social media threat made against Lewis and Clark High School, staff and students are simply trying to cope.
Mead teachers set to receive 16 percent pay raises The Spokesman-Review
Mead teachers are set to receive pay raises of between 15 percent to 16 percent this year.
Jay Chandler, 82, of Steptoe | Obituaries Moscow-Pullman Daily News
Jay Chandler, age 82, passed peacefully at his home in Steptoe on Jan. 6, 2019. He was the second son of three to Richard P. Chandler and Phyllis Harding ...
Grocery Outlet to open Dec. 9 The Independent
(By Jamie Henneman/Chewelah Independent). Grocery Outlet is opening in Colville, offering another grocery option in Stevens County. (Photo courtesy of ...
Colville fifth-grader allegedly talked of revenge after arrest The Spokesman Review
Even after their arrest, two Colville fifth-graders suspected of sneaking a gun and knife to school as part of a plot to kill fellow classmates at recess last week ...
Missing school principal found dead in Washington state The Spokesman-Review
A school principal has been found dead after he was reported missing Tuesday in southwest Washington state.
Spokane Public Schools planning to reduce staffing through attrition to pay for teacher raises The Spokesman-Review
After delivering large pay raises for teachers and other staff, Spokane Public Schools administrators are now looking to shrink the size of its workforce.
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Central Valley School District teachers vote overwhelmingly to approve now contract The Spokesman-Review
Central Valley School District teachers moved swiftly and decisively to approve a new salary contract Friday afternoon.
State readies air attack for wildfire season The Spokesman-Review
Washington Department of Natural Resources prepares its fleet of Hueys for wildfire season.
One person dead after officer-involved shooting in Walla Walla The Spokesman-Review
WALLA WALLA – Police have identified the man who was killed in an officer-involved shooting Sunday in Walla Walla as 40-year-old Christopher Adam Borland ...
WSU student redefines, expands idea of studying abroad The Spokesman-Review
As a child in Vietnam, the closest Nam Nguyen could get to traveling was through a television screen. Today, the 22-year-old college student has studied on ...
Friends and loved ones gather to remember former Pullman High graduate Lauren McCluskey The Spokesman-Review
Dozens of community and family members came together to honor the life of Lauren McCluskey, a Pullman High School graduate and senior track athlete at the ...
Pullman School District monitoring state’s measles outbreak The Spokesman-Review
Local school officials say Pullman students are at low risk of contracting measles despite an outbreak of the virus in a southwestern Washington county that ...
Wounded teacher expected shots at school, not on drive home The Spokesman-Review
Longtime schoolteacher Deborah Judd has grown accustomed to active-shooter drills in her second-grade classroom. She was less prepared to see a gunman ...
The Healing Arts Center says goodbye Eastern Washington Statesmen Examiner
There will be a hole in the lo¬cal medical community after the Healing Arts Center Medical Clinic shutters its doors this Friday, ending over a decade of family ...
Man dies after struggle with Richland police The Spokesman-Review
A man died and several police officers were hurt after a call to intervene in a domestic violence incident in Richland led to a violent struggle.
Tiny, beloved Spokane County school district has one 105-year-old school, 36 students and a superintendent pushing 90 The Spokesman-Review
The tiny hallway inside Great Northern School overflows with juxtapositions.
Washington lawmakers advance limits on vaccine exemptions The Spokesman-Review
OLYMPIA – Washington state lawmakers advanced a measure Friday that would remove parents' ability to claim a personal or philosophical exemption to ...
Education notebook: Whitworth, Gonzaga announce Act Six award recipients The Spokesman-Review
Gonzaga and Whitworth universities have announced their eight choices for this year's Act Six scholarship recipients.
Vaping epidemic grips Spokane students as school officials band together to tackle problem The Spokesman-Review
The contraband was scattered across a large conference table last week at North Central High School. Principal Steve Fisk pondered the paraphernalia, the ...
Stevens County candidates debate issues, philosophies The Spokesman Review
Candidates for Stevens County elected office addressed the token issues in the overwhelmingly conservative area at a forum this week: gun rights, property ...
Microsoft wants to add 72 generators at data center The Spokesman-Review
Microsoft wants to add 72 emergency backup generators at its Quincy data center, and the Washington Department of Ecology is accepting comments through ...
Soldier killed in training incident, Joint Base Lewis-McChord's 7th Infantry confirms The Spokesman-Review
A soldier was killed Sunday in a local training incident, Joint Base Lewis-McChord's 7th Infantry Division confirmed Monday.
Ferris High School senior has turned his ADHD into academic advantage The Spokesman-Review
Those high school stereotypes are easy to apply and so hard to defy – unless you're Jacob Erdman, who definitely isn't your everyday nerd.
Spokane teachers ratify new contract, agree to average salary increases of 13.3 percent The Spokesman-Review
Capping a first day of school like no other, Spokane Public Schools teachers ratified a new contract Thursday night that will raise their salaries by an average of ...
Spokane Public Schools opens online 'thought exchange' for input on McCleary fix The Spokesman-Review
The McCleary fix needs more fixing, and the state has yet to figure out a solution.
Road closures, flooding in Northwest due to rain, snow The Spokesman-Review
Rain, snow and flooding continued to cause problems in parts of Washington and Oregon, with several major roadways closed following more than a week of ...
Study: Adolescent pot use dropped after Washington legalized The Spokesman-Review
A new study says teen marijuana use appears to have dropped in Washington after the state legalized adult use of the drug in 2012.
As social media’s influence grows, teachers, administrators search for a response The Spokesman-Review
For educators in Spokane, the perils of social media are everywhere.
New rules would allow longer forced holds The Spokesman-Review
A proposal to loosen detention rules in Washington's involuntary treatment act is dividing rights groups and mental health advocates in Olympia.
Burning semi truck on I-5 causing traffic backups in Lakewood The Spokesman-Review
A semi truck hauling produce caught fire on northbound Interstate 5 near state Route 512 in Lakewood, blocking several lanes and slowing traffic.
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