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February 21st

School districts to begin levy failure postmortems

February 21, 2012

The Deer Park and Riverside School District officials will begin assessing what went wrong with their various levy requests last week.
Voters rejected Deer Park’s three-year, $2 million annual maintenance and operations levy along with Riverside’s $2.55 million educational programs and operations and $1.2 million facilities and technology capital projects levies.
Deer Park voters rejected the M&O levy 1,697-1,645. A simple majority is needed for passage.

February 16th

Helen I. Albrecht, 88

February 16, 2012

An open house will held on Feb. 19 at the Sue Kelsch residence, W5011 Dahl Road, Deer Park, for Deer Park resident Helen I. Albrecht, 88, who passed away on Feb. 12.
Born in 1923 in Elk Grove, Calif., she graduated from Grant Union High School in Sacramento, Calif., and later served in the U.S. Navy during World War II.
She is survived by her husband, Andrew B.; three children Peter (Sally), Sue and Christina (Craig); one brother, Harold Callaway; five grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Lauer Funeral Home, Deer Park, will be in charge of cremation arrangements.

February 15th

Dorothy M. Hite, 79

February 15, 2012

A graveside funeral service was held on Feb. 13 at the Springdale Community Cemetery, with Rev. Sonny Clemmer officiating, for longtime Springdale resident Dorothy M. Hite, 79, who passed away on Feb. 8, 2012.
Born in 1932 at Streeter, N.D., to the late Jake and Edna Meyer, she grew up in Bonners Ferry, Idaho, and then moved to Spokane where she met her husband, Dan, at the Busch Motorcycle Club. They were married on Aug. 29, 1959.

February 14th

Greyhounds hold off Lady Stags in playoff opener

February 15, 2012

The Pullman Greyhounds survived a flurry of long range shooting by the Deer Park Lady Stags to win the opening round District VII tournament 51-49 on Tuesday.
The win propelled the Greyhounds (9-11) into the double-elimination portion of the tournament, while the Lady Stags ended their season at 11-10.
Trailing 49-38 with 2:14 to play, Deer Park closed the margin on 3-pointers from Danielle Beltrame, Tessa Heins and Alison Ruygrok but could not catch the Greyhounds.

'Yes' votes gain momentum in Deer Park levy election

February 15, 2012

Updated Feb. 16
The Deer Park School District officials received some good news following a second round of ballot counts for its $1.96 million annual replacement maintenance and operations levy
The gap between yes and no votes shrunk on Wednesday afternoon it is still is short of the 50 percent approval needed for passage.
The measure now trails 1,615-1,559.
Riverside’s $3.27 million annual educational program was rejected 2,195-1,389 by voters as of Wednesday. The school district’s $1.28 million capital projects levy trailed 2,431-1,186.

February 11th

Florence A. Cox, 91

February 11, 2012

A funeral service was held Feb. 9 at the Sunset Chapel at Fairmount Memorial Park, Spokane, for Chattaroy resident Florence A. (Campbell) Cox, 91, who passed away on Feb. 3, 2012, in Spokane.
Born on Feb. 14, 1920, in Regina, Saskatchewan, to Archie Walker Campbell and Ruth Edna (Urban) Campbell, she lived in New York before moving to Spokane in 1968. She moved to Chattaroy in 1986.
She enjoyed quilting, reading, traveling, and listening to music.

Change of heart: Konzal allowed the wrestle

February 11, 2012

Deer Park’s Jake Konzal, disqualified from last week’s District VII wrestling tournament in a weight classification dispute, made a surprising appearance at this weekend’s Region IV tournament.
The district disqualification occurred after Stag head coach Matt Jorgensen decided to move Konzal, who was battling an illness, up a weight class.
Jorgensen said he followed league rules in making the decision and it was met with approval by the Great Northern League coaches.

February 10th

More charges await Starbuck

February 10, 2012

Deer Park’s Clay D. Starbuck, 47, who was arrested on Feb. 6 in connection with his ex-wife’s murder, was formally charged with aggravated first-degree murder on Thursday in Spokane County Superior Court.
He was subsequently charged with sexually violating human remains on Friday after detectives believe Starbuck placed his wife’s body in a sexually suggestive pose after he killed her.

Late run carries Bulldogs past Chargers

February 10, 2012

The Kettle Falls Bulldogs, using a 13-0 fourth quarter run, defeated the Springdale Chargers 40-36 on Thursday in the opening round of the District VII Class 2A tournament.
The win propelled the Bulldogs (3-18 overall) into the double-elimination portion of the tournament. The Chargers, who defeated the Bulldogs twice during the regular season, ended their season with a 4-17 record.

Lady Charger offense stymied in tourney loss

February 10, 2012

The Republic Tigers wasted little time dominating the Springdale Lady Chargers 43-30 in the opening round of the District VII Class 2B tournament on Thursday.
The win propelled Republic (14-6) into the double-elimination portion of the tournament while Springdale ended its season with a 4-17 record.
The Tigers held the Lady Chargers scoreless for the first 13 minutes of the game as they built an 18-0 lead.
Springdale finally broke the scoreless streak on a pair of free throws from Spring Hamilton. Republic answered with a 3-pointer by Gabby Jessen and took a 22-7 lead at halftime.

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