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Coulee Cops

Grand Coulee Police 10/26 - A Roosevelt Drive resident reported that one of his tires had been slashed, apparently with a knife. Cost of repair tire was $150. 10/28 - Police checked on a 911 call from the Jack’s Spring Canyon Service. When... Full story


Just put the checks in the pot

The Zion Lutheran Church and Thrivent provided checks totaling $1,342.72 Tuesday, to the Senior Meals program at the Senior Center. Pictured from the left are Mary Ann Boll, Arlyce Goetz with one of... Full story


Meetings and Notices

Chamber to Meet at Noon The Grand Coulee Dam Area Chamber of Commerce will hold its noon meeting at Siam Palace in Grand Coulee on Thursday, Nov. 7 This week’s program will be presented by CPA Kelly Buche of JR Newhouse on the end-of-year tax... Full story


'Tis the Season"

This week marks the beginning of Trees of Sharing 2013. The community-wide Trees of Sharing program is a special way that Grand Coulee Dam area residents may anonymously bless local children who might not otherwise receive a gift this Christmas... Full story


Cross country heads on to state

At the District 5-6 B cross country race at Wenatchee, the Raider boys' team placed second overall which means they are all moving on to Pasco this Saturday for the state championships. On the girls'... Full story


Raiders lose fifth straight game

The Raiders travelled to White Swan to take on the league-leading Cougars last Friday. The Cougars came away with a win and the Central Washington 2B League Championship as the final score was White S... Full story


Lady Raiders finish season with loss to Liberty Bell

The Lady Raiders finished the 2013 season at home against the Liberty Bell Mountain Lions. LR lost to Liberty Bell in a straight set 3-0. Liberty Bell’s fast play took the Lady Raiders off guard... Full story


This week in sports

Fri., Nov. 8 7 p.m., Football here with Bridgeport (Senior Night). Sat., Nov. 9 10 a.m., Cross Country State Championships at Pasco. GO RAIDERS... Full story


Accepting applications

Soroptimist International of Okanogan Valley is now accepting applications from Okanogan County girls aged 14-17 who volunteer in their school or community.  The winner of the local Violet Richardson Award will receive $200 and be considered for add... Full story


Legal Notices for November 6, 2013

SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR LINCOLN COUNTY NO. 13-4 00058-8 Estate of SIDNEY C. ATCHISON, deceased PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS (RCW 11.40.030) PLEASE TAKE NOTICE The above Court has appointed me Personal Representative of Decedent’s estate.... Full story


Shopping and junking in the Coulee

Get ready for some griping. Here’s Frankie Delano’s ongoing, seasonal complaint, and you all are welcome to join in if you can relate to my current rant. While I was out and about in the Coulee and elsewhere this past weekend and listening to som... Full story


Bowling Scores

TUESDAY HI LO’S TEAM W L Sunflower Graphics 22 14 Pepsi 18 18 Riverview LAnes 18 18 Fullers 17.5 18.5 KEYG 1490 17 19 Karl’s Site Development 15.5 20.5 High Game: Riverview Lanes 418; Betty 168 High Series: Riverview Lanes 1162; Betty 451... Full story

 By Scott Hunter    News    November 6, 2013

Bomb threat shuts tribal store

A tribal store in Ferry County has been cordoned off by police following a bomb threat, according to the Washington State Patrol. WSP says Ferry County officials advised them of the bomb threat, reported at 3:42 this afternoon. The Tribal Waters... Full story


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