After this year’s long, cold winter, the Tough Enough ladies are welcoming spring in with our annual “Manure Mania” fertilizer sale fundraiser.
Colville City Council failed to pass the ordinance amending the 501(c)3 irrigation water rate at their March 28 meeting.
Update: One church was added to the list: Colville Free Methodist Church, who donated generously before the event.
Update: An additional $600 was added to the donation, making the total $40,380 as of April 4.
These photos depict the aftermath of the second mudslide to occur on Monumental Mountain (west of Colville) this year. The first mudslide occurred higher up Monumental Mountain Road. This recent mudslide is on Fay Hill, on the Gold Creek Loop Road.
Not just a place to drink, but a place to meet
The Pour House is a new tap house in Colville that sports a variety of beer and a family-friendly atmosphere.
Northwest Tree Service completed the Yep Kanum Park tree removal project March 22 when the all of the remaining debris was removed from the park landscape.
Stevens County residents continued to safeguard against rising water levels early last week.
On Saturday barriers were placed on Rocky Creek Road, 22 miles north along Aladdin Road. The road has deteriorated so much the culverts can be seen. Photos courtesy Georgia Hankins.
Melting snow, rain and warming temperatures have pushed Inland Northwest rivers, streams and creeks over their banks.
Governor declares State of Emergency as rising waters overtake area