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Olympics theme today

Colton Library’s Third Thursday program today, Jan. 21, will be about the Winter Olympics. Beginning at 3:15 p.m. children in kindergarten through sixth grade will have the opportunity to create an Olympic torch, flag and gold medal. They will...

 

Obituaries - Jan. 21, 2010

Ruby Sara Fox A memorial service for Ruby Sara Fox, 92, will be in Spokane, Courtland Place, 1309 N. Evergreen Road, Feb. 6, at 1 p.m. An urn burial service will be at Goldenrod Cemetery in Tekoa at a later date. She died Thursday, Jan. 7, 2010, in...

 

Realtors honor Gordon, Rogers; install officers

The Whitman County Realtors association has named Michael J. Gordon of Summit Realty as 2009 Realtor of the Year and Julie Rogers of Dave Christy State Farm Insurance as 2009 affiliate of the year. The honors were announced at the January meeting of...

 

etc. Jan. 21, 2010

Relay for Life set for July 9-10 The American Cancer Society Relay for Life committee met Jan. 5 at the Public Service Building. The date for this year’s relay will be July 9-10 at the Colfax High School track, Schmuck park. Various committees are...

 

Menus - Jan. 21, 2010

Week of Jan. 25-29, 2010 At Colton school: Monday: Teacher inservice day. 11:30 dismissal. Sack lunches available. Tuesday: Hot turkey sandwiches, mashed potatoes, corn, fruit. Wednesday: Chicken fajitas, green salad, fruit, fruit pie. Thursday: Corn...

 

Pullman births - Jan. 21, 2010

Farley, Dominic Matthew, born Jan. 5, 2010, at eight pounds, two ounces, to David and Sarah Farley of Moscow. Paternal grandparents are Alyce Soule and Gerald Farley, Moscow. Maternal grandparents are Carl and Sherri Lovick, Post Falls. Hyslop,...

 

WSU issues fall honor roll

Area students qualified for the WSU president’s honor roll for the fall semester To be eligible for the honor roll, undergraduates must have a 3.75 grade average on at least nine graded hours or 3.50 on 15 hours. Honor student are listed at...

 

Savvy senior - Jan. 21, 2010

Treatment Options for a Common Male Problem Dear Savvy Senior Are there any other types of treatments for erectile dysfunction beyond Viagra and the other drugs that are advertised on television? I don’t like taking pills if I can avoid it. What...

 

Residents notified

Belmont Residents of Belmont have been notified that storage of chlorine tank cars has been approved and will begin to be stored in Belmont by Feb. 4. The fence that is to be placed around the loaded rail cars holding the chlorine gas will be...

 

Cancer benefit, music jam set at school

Rosalia Rosalia High School will observe a breast cancer awareness night Saturday, Jan. 23, during the Touchet High School games. All fans are encourage to wear pink to the game in support of breast cancer and its research. Fundraising events will...

 
 By Angy Dewan    People    January 21, 2010

Chappell, Sharp win prizes

Oakesdale Rick Chappell was the winner of the cordless drill that was recently raffled off by the Oakesdale Museum. June Sharp was the winner of the quilt that was raffled off by the sewing group to help purchase new sewing machines for the school....

 

BB Club turns out 30 quilts

Dusty Dusty B.B. Club met at the home of Janell Guske last Tuesday where they made 30 baby blankets for the free maternity clinic at Sacred Heart Hospital in Spokane. Joining the group for the day were guests Alice Mackleit and Ann Hogue. Next...

 

Farmers fest set June 19; class books comedy at pit

Lacrosse LaCrosse Business Association met at the TeaPot Cafe Jan 13. The main topic of discussion was Santa and how his visit went in December. More than 50 kids came to visit and have a light breakfast of muffins and juice. Overall it appeared the...

 

Hospital highlights - Hospital commissioners set policy for district

The hospital is fortunate to be directed by the Board of Commissioners of Whitman County Public Hospital District No. 3. Current Commissioners are Martin Marler, Steve Moore, John Perry, Kirk Suess and Cherry Alice Van Tine. The Commissioners are...

 

Lamont city sign installed at night

Lamont Lamont has become famous after the picture of the Lamont city greeting sign was put in the Gazette last week. It should be known that Tim and Matt Polda and Rick Howard made the sign. Tim installed the sign in the middle of the night because...

 
 By Jana Mathia    People    January 21, 2010

MY FAVORITE RECIPES - Jan. 21, 2010

Meet Pat and Connie O’Neill, Johnson If Connie O’Neill had her choice of a job, it would be to do arts and crafts. Instead, she does a variety of handiwork as a hobby, making things for family, friends and strangers. She especially enjoys making...

 

Dahmen slates reading by author L. Laughy

Author Linwood Laughy will read his “The Fifth Generation: A Nez Perce Tale” at the Dahmen Barn in Uniontown Saturday, Jan. 30, at 1 p.m. His new historical novel blends fact and fiction in North Central Idaho. The event is free, and the book is...

 

Foundation benefit offers many items

Whitman Community Hospital Foundation is preparing for its upcoming gourmet dinner and auction which will be next Saturday, Jan. 30, 6 p.m. at Hill-Ray Plaza. A number of unique items will be featured. Eddie Maillot, rehab services manager at the...

 
 By Jeslyn Lemke    News    January 21, 2010

Garfield/Palouse adds buses

The Garfield and Palouse schools just acquired two shiny new school buses, costing $274,880 combined. The two buses, which can each seat around 52 students, will join a fleet of 19 other buses, said transportation supervisor Connie Newman. “Yeah,...

 

Case delayed for treatment

A 90-day stay in the state’s case against Donald Eaden, 53, former Colfax resident who faces two charges of harassment with a threat to kill, was ordered Friday in Whitman County Superior Court. The 90 days was allowed for competency restoration...

 

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