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Velvet Leigh Solomon

Kwana'pᵊm Velvet Leigh Solomon passed away unexpectedly in Portland, Oregon, on March 13, 2018. She was 41 years of age. As a child, Velvet grew up in Spokane, Washington; Kodiak, Alaska;... Full story


Meetings and Notices

Chamber to Meet  The Grand Coulee Dam Area Chamber of Commerce will meet at the Siam Palace at noon this Thursday, April 19. Guest speaker is Launi Ritter, of Heaven-Sent Computer Services. She will be giving practical tips on how to talk with...


Legals for April 11, 2018

Coulee Hartline School District 151 Elementary Playground Site Preparation Project The Board of Directors of the Coulee Hartline School District 151 has declared the following project is up for bid at Coulee City Elementary at 410 W Locust. The bid... Full story

 By Jacob Wagner    News    April 4, 2018

Shane Proctor returns to area for ninth annual bull riding school

Local rodeo legend Shane Proctor is teaching his annual bull riding school at the Nespelem rodeo arena yesterday and today, April 3-4, imparting some wisdom to up-and-coming cowboys and cowgirls....


Legals for April 4, 2018

CITY OF GRAND COULEE VACANT CITY COUNCIL POSITION The City of Grand Coulee is seeking letters of interest to fill City Council Position #5. All interested persons, who have been a resident of Grand Coulee for at least one year, and are registered to... Full story



Bull riding school coming up The Shane Proctor Bull Riding School will take place at the Nespelem Rodeo Arena on April 3 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and 9-4 on April 4. The school is booked up, but is open to the public to watch. Concessions are available...


Meetings and Notices

Dr. Hsu to be Guest Speaker this Week at Chamber The Grand Coulee Dam Area Chamber of Commerce will meet at the Melody Restaurant at noon this Thursday, March 29. Dr. Elizabeth Hsu, Endocrinologist from Coulee Medical Center, will be the guest...



Hires noted The school board made three hires and accepted one resignation at its meeting Monday night. Resigning was Gary Darnold, who will retire this year after spending his entire teaching career of 42 years in the Grand Coulee Dam School Distric...


Bridget Ann Boyd

Bridget Ann Boyd. 38, of Nespelem, Washington, left us unexpectedly Thursday, February 15, 2018.  Born Friday, August 3, 1979, into the home of Wayne E. and Cindy F. Fulgham-Boyd, Bridget attended... Full story


William C. Miller Jr.

William C. Miller Jr. passed away February 8, 2018, in Almira, WA. He was born July 21, 1932, in Oakland, CA to Angelan Ann and William Charles Miller. "Toby" was the eldest of six boys raised in... Full story


Meetings and Notices

Chamber to Meet The Grand Coulee Dam Area Chamber of Commerce will meet at La Presa Mexican Restaurant in Grand Coulee at noon this Thursday, February 22, for its weekly membership meeting. On Monday, February 26, the annual membership banquet and...


Meetings and Notices

Chamber to Meet  The Grand Coulee Dam Area Chamber of Commerce will meet at La Presa Mexican Restaurant in Grand Coulee at noon this Thursday, February 15. Lynda “Cat” Stead will speaking about dream building. Lions Club to Meet February 20 The...


Coulee Recollections

10 years ago The Lady Raiders took an early nlead and never looked back as they put together a 77-48 Caribou Trail League win over Cashmere in Coulee Dam Saturday night. That made it two in a row last week, having trounced the Omak Pioneers on their...



Fire and ambulance calls recounted The Grand Coulee volunteer fire department had 52 fire calls and 480 ambulance calls in 2017, according to a report to the city council last week. In December, the final reporting month, the fire department...


School directors recognized

Nespelem School Superintendent Mary Hall noted Monday night that school board members were now about halfway through their year and it was time to recognize them and thank them for their dedication. “There’s a lot of responsibility,” Hall...


Coulee Cops

Grand Coulee 1/4- A Burdin Boulevard man was ticketed after being stopped for expired tabs. While telling the driver why he was stopped on the tabs issue, the officer noted that an infant was improperly restrained in the front seat. That was added...


Coulee Recollections

40 years ago Lake Roosevelt slid by Tonasket in a thrilling 55-53 overtime victory. Leading in scoring was Matt George with 15; Craig Loe with 12; Ernie Edwards with 11 and Martin Mueller with 8 points. 50 years ago Electric City School opens: With...


School to hold hearing on Indian Education program

Nespelem School District will conduct an annual review tonight of its Indian Policies and Procedures as they relate to Impact Aid and Indian Education, the school said. The district will take input and suggestions, and answer questions related to...


School delayed in Nespelem today

Nespelem School District will start two hours late today, Friday, Jan. 5, 2018. The delay is due to dangerous road conditions.... Full story


Students of the month

November students of the month at Nespelem School include, from left, top row: Ema Bearcub, Harlen Dick; middle row: Jennilia Whitetemple, Rylin Michel, Virgil Bearcub; bottom row: Russell Simpson,...

 By Jacob Wagner    News    December 6, 2017

Boys & Girls Club sees official opening at community center

Local school-aged children finally have more to do in the area, thanks to the Nespelem Boys & Girls Club. The Nespelem Boys & Girls club had its official opening and dedication Wednesday, Nov....


Legals for December 6, 2017

Grant County Fire District No. 14 NOTICE OF MEETING CHANGE   Grant County Fire District No. 14 will change the regular meeting date of Monday, December 25, 2017, to Monday, December 18, 2017, at 7 p.m., at the Electric City Fire Station due to the... Full story


Eugene Agapith

Eugene Agapith, 72, passed away Tuesday evening, November 21, 2017, in Spokane, Washington. Born Sunday, July 22, 1945, in Nespelem, Washington to Oscar Agapith and Sarah Jack, Eugene received his... Full story


Local students graduate from WVC

Mataiya Nachtigal, of Electric City, and Shan Birdtail and Tiffany Circle, both of Nespelem, were listed this week among the 2016-17 graduates of Wenatchee Valley College with associate of arts and sciences degrees, the school announced. Also,...


Legals for November 29, 2017

NOTICE:UTILITY RATE INCREASES ELECTRIC CITY RESIDENTS SEWER - Residential and Commercial Sewer Rates will increase $5 per residential unit beginning on your January 1st Bill. GARBAGE - Residential Garbage Rates will increase by 3 percent beginning on... Full story


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