Local representatives have presented a bill to Washington Legislature that would protect people's private information when working with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW).
The days leading up to Feb. 3 found a certain “KF Local Guy” encouraging friends, acquaintances, and strangers on Facebook to help support a local worthy cause, Wheels for Emily.
Three community-minded fourth-grade students at Fort Colville School in Colville are in the midst of a fund-raising project they feel passionately about.
The first tiny home of the Hope Street Project is being built by Wilder Construction LLC in Kettle Falls.
Applications due Feb. 10
Those fighting Net Neutrality (NN) aren’t exactly getting prominent attention in media headlines, notes political historian and media commentator Thom Hartmann.
Colville City Council is considering replacing the damaged and leaking wading pool in Yep Kanum Park with a splash pad.
December is a month of holidays, celebration, and for many, the joyful expression of faith. It is often called the season of light.
This Friday, Jan. 27, is Holocaust Remembrance Day. The United Nations declared it a day for observance in 2005, to mark the anniversary of the liberation of the Nazis’ Auschwitz death camp in Poland.
More than one million women and their supporters turned out last weekend for massive rallies across the nation—and around the world.