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 By Jacob Wagner    Sports

Updated: Lady Raiders win two, lose one

Updated: The Lady Raiders won May 1 against Waterville 11-1 and finished the season ranked second, earning a first round bi in the league tournament. They will play on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. in Grand Coulee against the winner of... — Updated 5/2/2018

 

Furman won't run for assessor again

Scott D. Furman, current Okanogan County assessor, has announced his retirement and will not seek a sixth term as Okanogan County Assessor this fall. He will officially retire December 31. Furman oversaw the conversion from paper... — Updated 5/2/2018

 

Loch given award

Two local Lions Club members attended the recent Lions International Multi District 19-Spring Conference in Worley, Idaho. Attending were Rob Loch and Birdie Hensley. Loch was honored by the group and given a certificate of... — Updated 5/2/2018

 

Coulee Cops

Grand Coulee Police 4/23 - A man who had been banned from an apartment complex at Continental Heights was seen in the facility. A report on the incident is being sent to the prosecutor’s office for review. - An Electric City... — Updated 5/2/2018

 
 By Jacob Wagner    News

Music & Beyond aims to be the place for music lovers, makers

Local musicians and shoppers will have a place to browse a variety of music-related items and beyond, as well as have a place to talk about music, and possibly promote their own... — Updated 5/2/2018

 

Legals for May 2, 2018

Grant County Mosquito District #2 NOTICE OF SALE BY SEALED BIDS The Board of the Grant County Mosquito District #2 has authorized for sale by sealed bids the following items: • 24x36 ft building located at the intersection of B... — Updated 5/2/2018 Full story

 
 By Jacob Wagner    School

Changes made in school staffing

The Grand Coulee Dam School District announced some staffing changes at their last school board meeting. The vice principal at the high school, Charlie Pierce, will be a full-time administrator again, and will no longer teach a... — Updated 5/2/2018

 
 By Jacob Wagner    Sports

Raider golfers play at Oroville

The Raider golf team played on the course in Oroville on April 25. “Perfect weather and the course was in excellent condition,” remarked Head Coach Steve Files. “Some of the fastest greens we’ve played so far this year;... — Updated 5/2/2018

 
 By Jacob Wagner    Sports

Baseball loses two, wins two

The Raider baseball team spent a lot of time on the road this past week, going to Waterville and Okanogan where they lost, and to Soap Lake, where they won both games of a... — Updated 5/2/2018

 
 By Jacob Wagner    Sports

Raiders wield rackets well against three teams

The Raider tennis team last week squared off well against Mountain Lions, Bulldogs, and Tigers, including Alexia Ryan's two-and-a-half-hour singles match win. In Liberty Bell on Apr... — Updated 5/2/2018

 
 By Jacob Wagner    Sports

Track setting up for district

The Raider track team competed in Davenport at the Northeast 1B/2B High School meet, as well as the Reiki Invitational in Peshastin last week. “After a two-meet week the Raiders’ times and distances continue to improve,... — Updated 5/2/2018

 

American Legion accepting applications for annual scholarship

Grand Coulee Dam American Legion Post 157 is accepting applications for its annual $1,000 scholarship. This year’s scholarship is in memory of Brandon Buche. Applications are available at ACHS, LRHS and WHS school offices, and... — Updated 5/2/2018

 

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