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 By John M. Kemble    Opinion

Texas Jack, the conclusion

Oscar Osborne had a pure-black, well-trained cattle horse he named Tommy. One hundred years ago Oscar ran the largest, arguably oldest, cattle ranches in the Grand Coulee, selling beef to far away places like Seattle and Spokane.... — Updated 9/16/2020

 By John M. Kemble    Opinion

Million Dollar Mile (part 2)

When the Million Dollar Mile outside of Coulee City was created it inadvertently ran through a field with a level area and a natural spring surrounded by trees. For uncounted years... — Updated 5/20/2020

 By John M. Kemble    Opinion

Million Dollar Mile, part 1

With the Second World War over, work started on the creation of a 27-mile-long reservoir from Electric City to Coulee City. The old highway ran down the Upper Coulee floor, and a new replacement route would have to be built. To... — Updated 2/26/2020


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