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Articles from the April 3, 2013 edition

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 By Roger S Lucas    News

New fishing derby this weekend

The chamber of commerce is sponsoring the “Are You Tough Enough” first annual Banks Lake Triple Fish Challenge, this weekend, April 6 and 7, out of Coulee Playland in Electric... — Updated 4/4/2013 Full story


It's a girl for Delafield

Karrie Denise Delafield of Electric City is proud to announce the birth of her daughter Zoie Mae Sommers on Monday, March 25, 2013, at Coulee Medical Center in Grand Coulee. She... — Updated 4/3/2013 Full story


Stocking the food bank

Lions Club members deliver 466 pounds of food items to the Care and Share Food Bank Friday, purchased with money appropriated in the club's annual budget. From left are Carol... — Updated 4/3/2013 Full story


James Curtis Waters

James Curtis Waters, 89, passed away Monday, April 1, 2013. He was born December 2, 1924. A visitation will be held for James Waters from 12:30p.m., to 1:30 p.m., on Saturday, Apr. 6, 2013, at Strate Funeral Chapel of Grand... — Updated 4/3/2013 Full story


Senior Meals

Wed., Apr. 3 - Dinner Jeannie’s Meat Loaf, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Broccoli, Citrus Salad, Maggie’s Chocolate Date Cake. Thurs., Apr. 4 - Dinner Chicken Quesadilla, Spanish Rice, Jay’s Chips & Salsa, Green Salad, Fruit... — Updated 4/3/2013


Celebration of Life for Raymond Lee Roysdon

Raymond Lee Roysdon (Lewis) “Lee” (85) March 6, 1927 - February 8, 2013 All are invited to a celebration of Lee’s life to be held 1:00 p.m., on Wednesday, April 10, 2013, at Strate Funeral Chapel in Grand Coulee,... — Updated 4/3/2013 Full story


Mary A. Miller Marchand

Mary A. Miller Marchand died in the presence of her family on March 9, 2013; she is now at peace and with the Creator. A member of the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation, Mary was born March 21, 1927, and raised on... — Updated 4/3/2013 Full story

 By Mara Landrum    Opinion

Theater waiting for a bulb

Due to our projector bulb manufacturer no longer making the type of bulb our projector needs, and the one they sent us being a bad bulb, The Village Cinema will be down for the remainder of April, and possibly May. We are... — Updated 4/3/2013 Full story


No kidding, Nature Deficit Disorder is real

I recently heard a term in passing that immediately piqued my interest. At first I thought it was a made-up psychological disorder or simply a catchy term to describe a growing... — Updated 4/3/2013 Full story


On area landscape removal

This letter is in response to the March 20 Star article about Electric City looking to get rid of its “butt ugly trees.” In the 1980s, there was a consensus of the whole Grand Coulee Dam area community to beautify our area by... — Updated 4/3/2013 Full story


Same song, second verse

At the Coulee Dam Town Council meeting held on March 27th, Councilperson Bob Poch stated that "we" could not just walk away from $1.5 million on the table from IHS for the proposed Waste Water Treatment Facility and that more and... — Updated 4/3/2013 Full story

 By Greg Wilder    Opinion

What drives closed process and misinformation?

The town of Coulee Dam recently held a meeting regarding the problematic sewer treatment plant project. The meeting was closed to the public and the mayor directed that “Greg Wilder was not to be admitted.” When I asked what... — Updated 4/3/2013 Full story


Diabetes education classes to be offered

WSU Extension Diabetes Education classes will be offered in Grand Coulee at the Coulee Medical Center beginning April 18. In partnership with the Coulee Medical Center staff, “On the Road To Living Well With Diabetes” is a... — Updated 4/3/2013 Full story


NCNB bought by Montana-based bank

North Cascades Bancshares, Inc., the parent company of North Cascades National Bank (NCNB) has signed a definitive agreement to merge with Glacier Bancorp of Kalispell, Montana, a news release stated last week. NCNB will be merged... — Updated 4/3/2013 Full story

 By Roger S Lucas    News

Town may get all new street lights

Coulee Dam may be in line for a grant that would replace all its street lights with energy saving systems. Public works director Barry Peacock told the town council last week that the town is entering phase two in a grant from the... — Updated 4/3/2013 Full story

 By Roger S Lucas    News

Working toward an opening, Melody lease extended

Work on preparing the old Melody Restaurant for opening has been so extensive that the town of Coulee Dam has given the owner, Juan Moreno another month’s free rent in exchange for an extended contract. City officials pondered an... — Updated 4/3/2013 Full story

 By Roger S Lucas    News

Tree sculptures to get new bases

Wooden sculptures in Mason City Park will get their final touches as a result of action of the Coulee Dam Town Council last Wednesday night. The sculptures were made from the trunks of two trees that blew over in a wild wind storm... — Updated 4/3/2013 Full story



Colorama queen sets busy schedule Erin Wieldraayer, the 2013 Colorama queen, has been busy ever since bening named to the position late last year, and she’s taking it seriously.... — Updated 4/3/2013 Full story


Some eggs are better

Out of hundreds of Easter egg hunters at the Grand Coulee Dam Middle School athletic field Saturday, a lucky dozen found the eggs with extra prizes hidden by the Lions Club. The... — Updated 4/3/2013 Full story

 By Roger S Lucas    News

Key players meeting on sewer plant project

Officials from Coulee Dam, Elmer City, Gray & Osborne, the Colville Tribes and Indian Health Services are meeting and moving toward some decisions on proposed wastewater treatment plant work that has been halted by controversy.... — Updated 4/3/2013 Full story

 By Roger S Lucas    News

Keene voted onto port district commission

Jim Keene, retired school administrator, was named to the Grant County Port District 7 board of commissioners last Thursday. Keene replaces Jerry Birdwell who resigned last month. Keene will take over his duties when the board... — Updated 4/3/2013 Full story

 By Roger S Lucas    News

New laser show will wow, but later

There is good news and bad news for those who visit the area to see the laser light show. The new show won’t be ready until mid-July. However, the all-new laser equipment will be able to show the old laser show. Until recently... — Updated 4/3/2013 Full story


Bad politics about to really hurt at home

Political stupidity in Washington, D.C. is about to come down hard on our local area. Some economists argue that the sky will fall because of the “sequester,” a budget cut imposed by Congress and signed by the President in... — Updated 4/3/2013 Full story


Dashing tradition

Children race across Ludolph Field at Grand Coulee Dam Middle School Saturday to find Easter Eggs in the Lions Club annual event. The winners who found special eggs are listed on... — Updated 4/3/2013 Full story


Federal cuts set to hurt local tourism

Tours, visitor center hours and laser light show offerings might be curtailed because of budget cuts, officials confirmed this week, but they’re still hoping for a reprieve from the national budget cutback known as... — Updated 4/3/2013 Full story


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