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Grand Coulee Police 1/1 - Two vehicles were towed away after a collision on Midway Avenue that caused extensive front-end damage to both vehicles. One of the vehicles had failed to yield to the other as it was turning onto Spokane... — Updated 1/10/2024

 By Scott Hunter    News

Teachers recognized at school board meeting

Two Lake Roosevelt Elementary School teachers were recognized for their efforts before the school board at its meeting Monday night. Third-grade teacher Jessica Tufts and... — Updated 1/10/2024

 By Aspen Anderson    News

Public safety must be a priority, legislators say

Public safety should be a top priority for this year's legislative session, Gov. Jay Inslee and bipartisan state legislators said on the eve of the 2024 legislative session. "We... — Updated 1/10/2024

 By Scott Hunter    News

Eagles donate to student

To celebrate their anniversary, the Eagles Auxiliary and the Eagles Aerie made a donation Saturday to a young student raising money for a trip to Boston this summer. On the 77th... — Updated 1/10/2024


Sunrise on the snow

Early morning sunlight paints the back of the top of Grand Coulee Dam and the mountains to the north Tuesday after an overnight snowfall brought winter back to the region following... — Updated 1/10/2024


New day always dawns

Sagebrush burned during a wildfire above Coulee Dam several years ago combines with the dawn over Grand Coulee Dam Tuesday to illustrate that dark times always yield to a new day.... — Updated 1/3/2024


Gas prices expected to decline

GasBuddy released its annual Fuel Price Outlook Dec. 28 with some good news for drivers: expect lower gasoline and diesel prices in 2024. The outlook highlights key trends in gasoline and diesel prices, forecasting that, after two... — Updated 1/3/2024


Retired firemen honored

Earlier this year, two local firemen, Gary Rosco and Leonard Sanders, retired from the Electric City Fire Department with a combined 61 years of service. Rosco retired as assistant... — Updated 1/3/2024

 By Scott Hunter    News

Nespelem School hoping to expand sports area

Nespelem School is hoping to find extra land on which to expand with a future sports area. The board voted last week to formally inquire with the Colville Tribes about land across the street currently held in trust status that the... — Updated 1/3/2024


Cold enough for "polar"

Seven brave souls take a refreshing dip in Lake Roosevelt just after noon on New Year's Day at Spring Canyon for the annual polar plunge. In its seventh year, the plunge seems to... — Updated 1/3/2024

 By Scott Hunter    News

Officer-in-school effort set aside

An effort to put a school resource officer at Lake Roosevelt Schools and add another policeman to Grand Coulee’s department has been stopped, and grant funding for it turned down. Funded partially by a federal grant, the effort... — Updated 1/3/2024


Coulee Cops

Grand Coulee Police 12/17 - A vehicle was pulled over at Four Corners for having a brake light out. Police noticed burnt tin foil on the floor of the back seat, an item associated with drug use. The driver said she came to the... — Updated 12/27/2023


Tribal member to be remembered for organ donation at Rose Parade

If you like to watch the Rose Parade in Pasadena, Calif. each New Year's morning, take note of the OneLegacy Donate Life Rose Parade float this year, which will include the image... — Updated 12/27/2023 Full story


Tribes halfway to lynx relocation goal

Seven Canada lynx were recently trapped in Canada and relocated to the Colville Indian Reservation (CIR) in an effort to help recover the species in Washington state. A team of... — Updated 12/27/2023

 By Scott Hunter    News

Coulee Dam improvement projects outlined for 2024

Coulee Dam is planning street and sidewalk improvement projects in the new year that will smooth out streets, build or rebuild sidewalk ramps and plant trees to replace those lost on Ferry Avenue in last year’s sidewalk... — Updated 12/27/2023

 By Scott Hunter    News

City to put de-annexation on ballot

Electric City will ask voters to approve a ballot measure in February that will remove four parcels of land from the city that had been added in an earlier annexation. The city had started to add the question to last month’s... — Updated 12/27/2023


A glorious fog

With the world below huddled under dense fog on a dreary day, powerlines at left climb from Coulee Dam into a clear sky at sunset Saturday, illuminating the clouds hugging the... — Updated 12/27/2023


Trees planned for denuded street

Coulee Dam's Ferry Avenue, now devoid of trees on the city-owned planting strips, may soon have a couple dozen new trees planted, a city engineer said last week. She's working with... — Updated 12/20/2023


Joy delivered to 99 kids

Saturday morning, volunteers for the Trees of Sharing began delivering bags of gifts all over the community for kids who might not have presents waiting for them otherwise. People... — Updated 12/20/2023

 By Scott Hunter    News

Season greeted with enthusiasm

Events for or featuring kids marked the week before Christmas, with a school pre-holiday musical event kicking off a mood of celebration Friday that packed the Lake Roosevelt gym... — Updated 12/20/2023


Creations on display

People look over the art on display at Frank Andrews' table at the NW Native Winter Art Show & Celebration at the Lucy Covington Government Center near Nespelem Friday. Andrews... — Updated 12/13/2023


NPS seeks input on replacing Keller Ferry dock

The National Park Service (NPS) at Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area seeks public input on replacing and improving houseboat docks at the Keller Ferry Marina to provide a safer and more diverse visitor use experience.... — Updated 12/13/2023


Respiratory virus season is here

Grant County Health Officer Dr. Alexander Brzezny alert the Grant County media and healthcare community last week that the 2023/2024 respiratory virus season has arrived in Grant County. The rates of influenza (flu) and... — Updated 12/13/2023


GCV Fire Department recognizes service

Tyler Donn went out on 88 percent of the fire calls to which the Grand Coulee Volunteer Fire Department responded this year. Fred Netzel responded to 88 percent of the calls the... — Updated 12/13/2023


That's the spirit

Grand Coulee Dam's Nathaniel "Nat" Washington Power Plant is lit cheerfully lately with yellow, red, green, and blue lights that reflect nicely off the waters of the Columbia... — Updated 12/6/2023


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