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January 30th

DP Yoke's store part of URM cyber attack

January 30, 2014

Deer Park’s Yoke’s Fresh Market was one of the stores affected by a criminal cyber data attack last fall. It is not known whether any store customer had their credit or debit card information compromised.
The two-month-long security breach impacted a number of URM stores in Washington, Idaho, Oregon and Montana.
The Secret Service began the investigation after a number of fraudulent credit and debit card purchases were made nationwide last fall.

January 28th

Bobby Joe Harris, 79

January 28, 2014

Longtime Deer Park area resident Bobby Joe Harris (1934-2014) passed away on Friday, Jan 24, at his home with his family by his side.
He is survived by his wife of 58 years, Donna; a daughter, Fawn Tipton; a son, Joseph Harris; five grandchildren, Micheal (Jeanne) Flugel, Bobby and Justin Harris and Alex “Squeak” and Dallas Tipton; and one great-grandson, Jackson Harris Flugel.
There will be no service at his request.

Renee H. Olalia, 76

January 28, 2014

Our beloved mother, sister, aunt and grandmother, Renee H. Olalia passed away at home in Deer Park on Jan. 14, 2014.
Renee was born on Nov. 11, 1936 in Seattle to James and Mildred Davis. Her family moved to Cashmere, Wash., when she was a little girl, where her parents owned and operated an apple orchard.
She was a youth leader at the community center in Wenatchee. She also was on the board to help fight for Indian rights in Spokane.

Jean Gellner, 73

January 28, 2014

A funeral service was Sunday, Jan. 26, 2014, at Riplinger Funeral Home, N4305 Division, for longtime Spokane area resident Jean (Cobane) (Rouleau) Gellner, 73, who passed away on Jan. 21 in Spokane.
Born on Jan. 14, 1941, in Ellensburg, she graduated from Connell High School in 1959 and later attended Kinman Business College.
Mrs. Gellner moved in the Spokane area in 1979 and was the first female manager for Met Life Insurance.
She was married to Al Rouleau from 1960-81. She later married Jon Gellner in 1982. Mr. Gellner passed away in 2007.

January 24th

Strong fourth quarter carries Stags past Eagles

January 25, 2014

The Deer Park Stags got a rebound basket by Travis Pierce and three free throws to hold off the West Valley Eagles 52-45 on Friday.
The Eagles had cut the Stags’ lead to 47-45 on a three-point play by Brennen Folkins with 1:19 to play. Pierce answered with a put-back basket and Deer Park iced the game with free throws by Canyon Nielson, Avery Miller and Nathan Guske.
The win improved the Stags’ Great Northern League record to 2-5 and 6-9 overall. West Valley fell to 3-3, 10-4.

January 16th

AG office:Municipalities can ban marijuana business

January 16, 2014

In response to a request from Sharon Foster, chair of the Washington State Liquor Control Board, the Attorney General’s Office released a formal Attorney General’s Opinion today regarding local ordinances affecting new marijuana businesses in Washington.
Approved by voters in 2012, Initiative 502 legalized the possession and sale of recreational marijuana in Washington.
The formal opinion concludes I-502 as drafted and presented to the voters does not prevent local governments from regulating or banning marijuana businesses in their jurisdictions.

Dave B. Syth, 76

January 16, 2014

In loving memory of Dave Syth, 76, a wonderful husband, father, brother and grandfather, who passed away on Dec. 31.
Mr. Syth was born on April 11, 1937, in Sandpoint and raised in Kalispell, Mont.
He will always be remembered as a kind, generous, loving man. His wife, Jeanne, has many years of fond memories of gardening, country dancing and decorating for the holidays. He will be dearly missed.
He is survived by his wife, Jeanne; five children, Dawn, Jody, Mark, Jerry and Rick; a brother, Don; a sister, Patsy; and numerous grandchildren.

Colville squeezes past Deer Park in wrestling showdown

January 16, 2014

The Colville wrestling team, which has spent the past two years chasing the Deer Park Stags, finally caught its Great Northern League rival on Wednesday.
The Indians, the top ranked Class 2A team in the state, got a first period pin from 113-pound Alex Linn to defeat the Stags 38-32.
It was a match where neither team could build any sizeable lead.
The Indians’ biggest lead of 20-14 came after Ryley Smith defeated Jacob Boswell in the 182-pound match. The Stags’ biggest lead of 26-20 came when 195-pound Trevor Eicher, making his season debut, needed only 37 seconds to pin Spencer Frank.

January 9th

Fast-starting Stags best Blackhawks

January 9, 2014

The Deer Park Stags built an early 16-0 lead on their way to a 44-30 Great Northern League wrestling win over Cheney on Wednesday.
Tysen Jorgensen got the ball rolling with first period pin over Sam Hobbs in the 126-pound match. His victory was followed by a 13-3 win by Dean Lockwood over the Blackhawks’ Cameron Wiseman and a first-period pin by Brandon Field over Francisco Martinez.
Cheney narrowed the margin to 28-18 before 220-pound Cody Devore scored a pin of Jacob Hill to give Deer Park an almost insurmountable lead.

January 7th

Former Deer Park pair arrested in Spokane

January 7, 2014

A pair of former Deer Park residents were arrested on Monday following a stolen vehicle pursuit in Spokane.
Gary Todd, 32, and Christina Edwards, 27, face various felony charges stemming from the incident that started on the lower South Hill around 8 p.m.
Spokane Police said they spotted Todd driving away with a stolen 2013 Ford Focus on the South Hill. A short time later the car was spotted in Browne’s Addition.

Utilities and Transportation Commission (UTC) staff members announced on Monday an all-party agreement to settle Avista...
An informational meeting to gauge interest in starting a Civil Air Patrol squadron will be held 6 p.m. on Aug. 22 at...
A tribute to the late comedian and Academy Award winning actor Robin Williams.
High school football teams across the state opened up practices today. The Deer Park Stags will...
Eli and Peyton Manning try out their rapping skills.
Head coach discusses his team's performance against the Denver Broncos on Thursday.

 

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