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The Planet Earth Players will put on “12 Angry Jurors” Feb. 20, 21, and 22, at the Grand Gallery of Arts on Grand Coulee’s Main Street. Tickets for the performances will be on sale at the door for $7. The play is directed by Darlene Morava.
The Coulee Pioneer Museum is considering the development of a historical calendar for 2015. Birdie Hensley said that it would include historical pictures and events. She said for people to check the museum’s Facebook page for additional information.
Grand Coulee’s Volunteer Fire Department responded to 51 fire calls and 259 ambulance calls that had patient contact in 2013, Fire Chief Richard Paris reported to council.
A decision on whether Grand Coulee can recover any of the near $25,000 the fire department spent on the engine repair of one of its trucks is still up in the air, Fire Chief Richard Paris told the council at its last meeting. Paris said that Cummins Motors is still investigating the repair bill and the chief stated that according to early reports, there is some question as to whether the engine was new or used when the city got the truck.
The Regional Board of Mayors meeting, scheduled for Monday afternoon, was cancelled when it was learned that mayors Gregory Wilder of Coulee Dam and Chris Christopherson of Grand Coulee were unable to attend. The next meeting will be March 10, at 4 p.m., at Electric City’s council chambers.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints invites those interested to utilize the Family History Center in the Coulee Dam Chapel, located at 806 Spruce Street. The center is now open each Wednesday from 6-8 p.m. and the use of the center is free and is staffed by professionals. If interested in learning about your ancestors the center can be useful.