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Rite set for B-24 crew member

A service with full military honors was July 17 at 1 p.m. at Coeur d'Alene Memorial Gardens for Sgt. Charles Daman, a member of a B-24 bomber crew who was identified last year after excavation of the bomber crash site in Germany. Sgt. Daman was one o...

 

DIY rock terrariums at LaCrosse

Do-it-yourself rock terrariums were a big hit at the LaCrosse Library. Participants created terrariums made with rocks, sheet moss, soil and plants all layered in a glass jar and topped off with a...

 
 By Karen Broeckel    People    July 19, 2018 

Appels, Stueckles gather for reunions

Guests at the Dick Appel home for the Fourth of July were Neil and Liz Appel, John Paul, Grace and Michael; Lisa and Travis Frei and Miriam, Rachel, Emma and Colette. The day was spent swimming, playing games and barbecuing hamburgers. The annual...

 
 By Anne Lowe    People    July 19, 2018 

Four attend Oregon quilt show

Cinda Tribble, Gail Bilow, Georgia Wells and Anne Lowe made a trip to Bend, Ore., to stay for the weekend of July of 13, 14 and 15. They attended the annual quilt show in Sisters, Ore. The weather was extremely hot. A large crowd of more than 10,000...

 

EWU lists honor students

Area students on the EWU dean's list for spring quarter with grade averages of 3.5 or better on 12 or more graded credits are as follows: Colfax-Kasey Cloaninger, Maia Gingerich, Megan Groom, Katelyn Scholz, Brandon Soncarty and Nicole Wiley....

 
Jeff and Amanda Slichter

My Favorite Recipes

Amanda was born and raised outside of Houston, Texas. When she was a junior in high school, her family relocated to the Palouse. Over the past 10 years, Amanda has lived in several parts of the...

 

Chaplain McMurray attends conference

Whitman County Sheriff’s Chaplain Ron McMurray attended the International Conference of Police Chaplains 45th annual training seminar in Lexington, Ky., July 9-13. He took advanced courses covering police suicides, the Bullet Proof Mind, mindset...

 
Hollis and Helen Jamison

Jamisons mark 60th

Hollis and Helen Jamison marked their 60th anniversary July 12, 2018. They met while attending Washington State College and were married in Seattle July 12, 1958. They lived and farmed in the...

 

Good Old Days

125 years ago The Commoner, July 7, 1803 Colfax gave her 2,000 visitors Tuesday the benefit of a genuine, old-fashioned, patriotic Fourth of July. The city had been gaily decked out with flags, buntin...

 
 By Mike Day    People    July 12, 2018
Julie Pittmann

Julie Pittmann attends DAR national convention

Julie Pittmann, Washington regent for the Daughters of the American Revolution, joined more than DAR 3,500 members last week in the nation's capital for the 127th Continental Congress, the service...

 
 By Karen Broeckel    People    July 12, 2018

Brinks host grandkids

Amber, Kloey, Ellie and Nick Brink arrived at the home of their grandparents, Larry and Di Brink, July 1. They stayed the week and attended Vacation Bible School at the LaCrosse Methodist Church. They also made a birthday cake for their great aunt,...

 
 By Anne Lowe    People    July 12, 2018

Celebration on 4th said a success

The Endicott Fourth of July Celebration was a big success. The Endicott Trap Club held their Four-Gun Shoot, the swimming pool was busy, the dunk tank had a lot of participants, the food and pie booths were very busy all evening and the bouncy house...

 
 By Dee Bryson    People    July 12, 2018
Kendall, Cheryl, Mark and Kailee Clinton.

My Favorite Recipes

Cheryl was born in Olympia and grew up in Moses Lake. She graduated from Moses Lake with the class of 1990. Cheryl attended EWU where she met her husband, Mark. Mark grew up in Colfax, but his family...

 

Good Old Days

125 years ago The Commoner, June 30, 1893 The trial of Fred Kempf on a charge of assault in Justice Dillon’s court Tuesday afternoon revealed quite a little shadow of Steptoe Butte. Kempf is a farmer whose land adjoins that of “Cashup” Davis...

 
 By Karen Broeckel    People    July 5, 2018

Myricks attend Yelm event

A week ago last Saturday, Lucky and Joan Myrick and son Rich Myrick traveled to Yelm where their grandson/nephew Michael Myrick, Mike Myrick’s son, graduated from Yelm High School and also earned an Associate Degree from Puget Sound Community Colle...

 

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