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WSU experts to participate in 4-H livestock health event

Washington State University Extension is hosting a 4-H Livestock Nutrition and Health Workshop in Keller Sunday to help youth raising livestock better understand animal health care... — Updated 3/20/2024


Basket creators

After days of creating hundreds of Easter baskets at the Grand Coulee Dam Senior Center, (from left) Carlene Worsham, Diana Canady, Kerry Noggles, Evelyn Alling, Judy Behrens, Bev... — Updated 3/20/2024


New rodeo queen crowned

New Colorama Rodeo Queen Faith Jensen, of Omak, addresses the crowd at the Ridge Riders Saddle Club's Banquet & Auction Saturday at Coulee Dam Town Hall, just after receiving the... — Updated 3/20/2024

 By Scott Hunter    News

Two highlighted for work, leadership roles

Two longtime teachers at Lake Roosevelt Elementary were commended Monday night for their everyday work and leadership at the school. The two had just reported on their activities... — Updated 3/13/2024


Jess Ford gets Ford's President's Award

Jess Ford of Grand Coulee announce Monday that the firm had received the Ford’s President’s Award for 2023, for the second year in a row. It’s one of only two dealerships in Eastern Washington to be so honored. “This achieve... — Updated 3/13/2024


The play's the thing

A Missoula Children's Theatre worker, seated, takes notes as Lake Roosevelt students seek to be the next chosen during an exercise before casting decisions were made Monday evening... — Updated 3/13/2024

 By Scott Hunter    News

Elmer City to cut ribbon on new fire hall

A ribbon cutting ceremony in Elmer City will introduce to the public the town's new fire hall March 21 at 1 p.m. The recently completed structure is already in use, housing fire... — Updated 3/13/2024

 By Renata Rollins    News

All-Community Town Hall set for April 27

Residents of the local towns will have the opportunity next month to hear from–and address–all four mayors and most council members at one joint public meeting dedicated to area-wide issues, the Regional Board of Mayors dec... — Updated 3/13/2024

 By Scott Hunter    News

Fire crews put out two fires

Local firefighters fought a stubborn fire in a Delano home early Monday, with one person being taken from the scene by ambulance for treatment. At approximately 1:47 a.m. Grand Coulee and Electric City fire departments were... — Updated 3/13/2024


Buttercups blooming all over

Winter's gray gives way to spring's yellow as Dakota Hunt, right, examines buttercups at Highway Rock Friday, where he and his mother Rebecca Hunt were "scoping out climbing... — Updated 3/13/2024

 By Renata Rollins    News

Grand Coulee to re-open police chief search

In the decision between three finalists for Grand Coulee police chief, Mayor Mike Eylar has chosen option D: None of the Above. “I’m not offering the position to any of the three that I interviewed,” Eylar said in a phone call... — Updated 3/13/2024

 By Renata Rollins    News

E.C. comp plan under review

The document guiding Electric City’s future growth plans has an update coming due in 2025, and the first round of review is underway. The city’s Planning Commission, an appointed advisory board made up of five Electric City res... — Updated 3/6/2024


Scouts learn mushing at camp

A sled race and sled dog snuggles topped the events last month at the 2024 Polar Bear Mush Klondike, with locals scouts participating. With 52 scouters and nine dogs in attendance... — Updated 3/6/2024


New schedule at transfer station

Delano Transfer Station has a new weekly schedule, as of March 1. Regular hours are now 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays, and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays. The dump is now closed on Sundays and Mondays. The new schedule... — Updated 3/6/2024

 By Aspen Anderson    News

Voters to decide fate of state's climate act

The debate over how Washington reduces greenhouse gasses is headed for a showdown in November. To supporters, The Climate Commitment Act (CCA) is a "gold standard" environmental pol... — Updated 3/6/2024

 By Scott Hunter    News

Funds awarded town to replant street trees

Coulee Dam will get state and federal help planting new trees on a street it clear cut last summer. The state Department of Natural Resources (DNR) announced this week it will award Coulee Dam $71,180 for the work. The project is d... — Updated 3/6/2024


Raiders take third at state basketball tournament

The Lake Roosevelt Raider basketball team poses for a victory photo with their trophy, along with coaches, cheerleaders and more after winning third place at the state tournament... — Updated 3/6/2024

 By Renata Rollins    News

CMC wound care center "not just a band-aid station"

No matter where you are or what city you’re in, if you received serious wounds in an accident and needed immediate care, chances are you’d head for the nearest hospital. But for infected wounds, non-healing wounds or chronic wou... — Updated 3/6/2024


Rollins reporting for The Star

Renata Rollins joins The Star this week as a part-time reporter. She will cover news related to Grand Coulee City Hall, Electric City, and Coulee Medical Center, as well as... — Updated 2/28/2024

 By Scott Hunter    News

Be My Huckleberry event a hit at school

One way to get people involved might just be to throw a good party. Or as they call it at the Indian Education Program at Lake Roosevelt Schools, a "Family Engagement Night." They... — Updated 2/28/2024


That winning feeling

Raiders react at the final buzzer as they win their playoff game against Tri-Cities Prep Saturday in Wenatchee, earning them a spot in the quarterfinals at the state tournament on... — Updated 2/28/2024

 By Renata Rollins    News

Friends of Grand Coulee Library assures free books for kids 0-5 years 

Kids in the Grand Coulee area can now receive a free book in the mail every month until their 6th birthday, courtesy of a partnership between the Dolly Parton Imagination Library... — Updated 2/28/2024


INET arrests two in Grand Coulee

Grant County's Interagency Narcotics Enforcement Team, aka INET, on Feb. 13 arrested two people during a drug trafficking investigation in the Grand Coulee area, the Grant County... — Updated 2/21/2024

 By Scott Hunter    News

Chief Tufts to retire after 42 years in law enforcement

Things have changed over the last four decades in law enforcement. John Tufts has witnessed the changes. The police chief in Grand Coulee is retiring in March, and agreed to chat... — Updated 2/21/2024

 By Scott Hunter    News

Grand Coulee fire chief reports on new ambulance district, fire plans

It may be next fall, or perhaps in February 2025, but local voters will be asked to decide on forming a new taxing district to support local ambulance service. Fire Chief Ryan Fish told the city council Tuesday night that a lot of... — Updated 2/21/2024


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