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Pancake Feed Saturday

Elmer City’s Fire Department will hold its annual Pancake & Pie Dinner, Saturday, March 21, at the Coulee Dam Town Hall. The meal will be from 4:30 - 8 p.m.

Prices are $8 for a single person, $15 for a couple and $25 for a family. Proceeds go for fire department needs. There will be a silent auction and raffle.

Going to FBLA

Four Lake Roosevelt High School students have qualified for the Future Business Leaders Association conference, school officials stated. Going are Malcom Carson, Maddy Piccolo, Alan Nordine and Dylan Jenkins. The state conference is in Spokane, April 15-17.

Gillnetters get sentences

Three Tacoma men arrested by state Fish and Wildlife agents for poaching 376 whitefish from Banks Lake Dec. 8 pleaded to the charges and got light sentences in a Grant County District Court, according a Spokesman Review outdoors blog.

One man’s 90-day jail sentence was reduced to 40 hours community service and he was fined $1,068, but the over-limit charges were dropped.

The other two each have to pay $300 fines and put in eight hours of service, the report stated, noting that law enforcement agents were not pleased with the outcome after “a lot of work.”

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