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Alan Cain joins City Council May 23, 2018
With arms wide open May 23, 2018
Be ready to duck May 23, 2018
Mayor resigns in Elmer City May 23, 2018
Meetings and Notices May 23, 2018
If chickens discriminated against people May 23, 2018
Children's friend Fern recognized with award May 23, 2018
Star Obituary Policy May 23, 2018
Great community helped find lost dog May 23, 2018
Holly K Andersen May 23, 2018
Ruth Ingrid Winkle May 23, 2018
"Assembly" throbs with a message for local kids May 23, 2018
Tribal authorities will focus on seat belt violations May 23, 2018
Lady Raiders' winning season ends at districts May 23, 2018
Coulee Cops May 23, 2018
Wade Roberts receives Ph.D. May 23, 2018
Council addresses loose dogs problem May 23, 2018
Wade Stoddard May 23, 2018
City explores options to crack down on crack houses May 23, 2018
Raiders send four to state track in three events May 23, 2018
School zone coming to River Drive May 23, 2018
Legals for May 23, 2018 May 23, 2018
Raider tennis season ends at Districts May 23, 2018
GCD Community Calendar May 23, 2018
Dental services for kids offered next week May 23, 2018
New flags to be dedicated Memorial Day May 23, 2018
Colorama 2018 Button winners May 23, 2018
Smoke in air is from planned burn May 23, 2018
Body of Kitsap County man found in Banks Lake May 23, 2018
Coulee Cops May 16, 2018
Man arrested after guns stolen May 16, 2018
Memorial Services for Donna M Atchison May 16, 2018
Students to seek removal of state folk song "Roll on, Columbia" May 16, 2018
State Parks announces three free days in June May 16, 2018
Meetings and Notices May 16, 2018
New art gallery will open May 16, 2018
Congressional candidate comes to town May 16, 2018
Celebration of Life for Bob Mattson May 16, 2018
Five advance to district in tennis May 16, 2018
Corporate tax cuts not trickling down to workers May 16, 2018
Raider heading to state golf tournament May 16, 2018
Lady Raiders take third in league May 16, 2018
This week in sports May 16, 2018
Rep. Newhouse files for reelection May 16, 2018
No fire, just smoke at school May 16, 2018
Colorama riders May 16, 2018
Randall Ray Holt May 16, 2018
Tribal voters choose candidates May 16, 2018
GCD Community Calendar May 16, 2018
Speaking of life May 16, 2018
2018 Colorama Parade Results May 16, 2018
Crushin' it in the parade May 16, 2018
Star Obituary Policy May 16, 2018
Developer denied waiver of improvements May 16, 2018
Rodeo Results May 16, 2018
LR High School principal to take new position May 16, 2018
Patty Lyn (Lacy) Schmidt May 16, 2018
More funding is needed for Alzheimer's research. May 16, 2018
Newsbriefs May 16, 2018
The Climate Divide is changing May 16, 2018
Legals for May 16, 2018 May 16, 2018
Raiders qualify for seven events at district May 16, 2018
Flash floods and storms could make Okanogan flooding worse today May 16, 2018
Star Obituary Policy May 9, 2018
Donna Louise Hart-Bird May 9, 2018
Congressional candidate holding town hall Wednesday night May 9, 2018
Central Washington stories show need for opioid abuse answers May 9, 2018
New approaches needed to fight super wildfires May 9, 2018
Food Sovereignty workshops scheduled May 9, 2018
Four tons of food given out May 9, 2018
Moses Lake skill center offers look into what's possible May 9, 2018
Raider baseball ends with a close loss May 9, 2018
Legals for May 9, 2018 May 9, 2018
Rodeo is now more handicap accessible May 9, 2018
This week in sports May 9, 2018
Medical center creates case and tour for baby delivery May 9, 2018
New book released by author from area May 9, 2018
Determined fun May 9, 2018
Softball finishes regular season, moves on to postseason May 9, 2018
GCD Community Calendar May 9, 2018
Wade Stoddard May 9, 2018
Meetings and Notices May 9, 2018
Blanche June Achord May 9, 2018
Taking him with you May 9, 2018
Wilders provide hamburgers and hot dogs at tennis matches May 9, 2018
For many, living with advanced dementia is a fate worse than death May 9, 2018
Arbor Day Foundation offers tree-care booklet with $3 donation May 9, 2018
State's highest court meets in area May 9, 2018
Raider golfers get ready for district May 9, 2018
A roundup of complications May 9, 2018
Colville poll votes tallied May 9, 2018
Coulee Cops May 9, 2018
Raiders poach Gorillas, move on to league tournament May 9, 2018
Raiders hold their own in track/field May 9, 2018
You're in for a Colorama ride May 9, 2018
Color me red, white, and blue May 2, 2018
Raiders wield rackets well against three teams May 2, 2018
Change is budding out all over May 2, 2018
Fish-raising program needs volunteers to continue May 2, 2018
CNA class to be first step in skill center vision for school May 2, 2018
Changes made in school staffing May 2, 2018
Robert "Bob" Clarence Mattson May 2, 2018
Randolph B. "Randy" Tonasket May 2, 2018
Loch given award May 2, 2018
Buttons, parade, helicopter coming May 2, 2018
Coulee Cops May 2, 2018
State Supreme Court to visit Colville Tribes May 2, 2018
Progress in Congress on protecting Northwest hydropower May 2, 2018
Are we biased? May 2, 2018
American Legion accepting applications for annual scholarship May 2, 2018
Meetings and Notices May 2, 2018
Build up the artist May 2, 2018
National Honor Society swears in 23 at LR May 2, 2018
Baseball loses two, wins two May 2, 2018
Coffee house opens May 2, 2018
Dinner time May 2, 2018
Rodeo to include big-screen replays May 2, 2018
Music & Beyond aims to be the place for music lovers, makers May 2, 2018
GCD Community Calendar May 2, 2018
Legals for May 2, 2018 May 2, 2018
Popular fishing hole reopens May 2, 2018
Newsbriefs May 2, 2018
Clarification on PUD article May 2, 2018
Regional firefighters get training May 2, 2018
Cyril Antoine May 2, 2018
Furman won't run for assessor again May 2, 2018
Track setting up for district May 2, 2018
Raider golfers play at Oroville May 2, 2018
Steven Kent Berg May 2, 2018
Lady Raiders win two, lose one May 2, 2018
Angie Blanco Rymer May 2, 2018
Free food offered this Thursday May 2, 2018
Star Obituary Policy May 2, 2018
Updated: Lady Raiders win two, lose one May 2, 2018
Congressional candidate holding town hall Wednesday night May 2, 2018
Newsbriefs Apr 25, 2018
Tracksters set personal records Apr 25, 2018
Two jailed in Grand Coulee drug bust Friday Apr 25, 2018
Shredded stage curtain needs a replacement Apr 25, 2018
Skilled trade jobs go unfilled in our robust economy Apr 25, 2018
Legals for April 25, 2018 Apr 25, 2018
Star Obituary Policy Apr 25, 2018
Earth Day draws crowds, drones Apr 25, 2018
Mary Ann Berland Apr 25, 2018
Bridge underbelly work Apr 25, 2018
GCD Community Calendar Apr 25, 2018
Why you should care about a curtain Apr 25, 2018
Baseball plays Pateros, Tonasket Apr 25, 2018
Raiders play strong tennis matches Apr 25, 2018
Lady Raiders bat off Billygoats, Fillies, Tigers Apr 25, 2018
Luella (Lou) Chamberlain Apr 25, 2018
It's a boy for the Billups Apr 25, 2018
Meetings and Notices Apr 25, 2018
Colorama carnival to return Apr 25, 2018
Major street will get treatment this year Apr 25, 2018
Shredders succeed Apr 25, 2018
School levy approved for August ballot Apr 25, 2018
Pitner chosen for Gates Scholarship Apr 25, 2018
Senior Profile: Alyssa Hobrecht-Flores Apr 25, 2018
Coulee Cops Apr 25, 2018
PUD installing new meters Apr 25, 2018
Golfers play Gamble Sands Apr 25, 2018
Judith (Judi) Margaret Savage Apr 25, 2018
One dog kills three others Apr 25, 2018
Holocaust remembrance fading Apr 25, 2018
Colorama buttons, parade, helicopter coming Apr 25, 2018
Robert "Bob" Clarence Mattson Apr 25, 2018
LR track & field teams place at Manson meet Apr 18, 2018
City council to hold retreat in Ephrata Apr 18, 2018
Newsbriefs Apr 18, 2018
Golfers tee into the wind Apr 18, 2018
Earth Day Celebration to be held this Friday Apr 18, 2018
Electric City park plan changes could save $180,000 Apr 18, 2018
New venture turning old hall into new coffee house Apr 18, 2018
This cool, damp weather will change, really Apr 18, 2018
Council hears ramifications of de-annexation Apr 18, 2018
Star Obituary Policy Apr 18, 2018
Streamlining regulations helps Americans compete Apr 18, 2018
Faux news foments more hate Apr 18, 2018
I can only imagine Apr 18, 2018
Still going down Apr 18, 2018
Raider rackets win some and lose some Apr 18, 2018
Meetings and Notices Apr 18, 2018
Lady Raiders play a pair of doubleheaders Apr 18, 2018
Town, tribes talking of collaboration on fast internet Apr 18, 2018
Donna M Atchison Apr 18, 2018
This week in sports Apr 18, 2018
Fifth Free Coulee Community Shred Day coming this Saturday Apr 18, 2018
Legals for April 18, 2018 Apr 18, 2018
Royalty welcomes all Apr 18, 2018
Velvet Leigh Solomon Apr 18, 2018
Raiders lose to Billygoats Apr 18, 2018
Coulee Cops Apr 18, 2018
GCD Community Calendar Apr 18, 2018
Two jailed in Grand Coulee drug bust Friday Apr 18, 2018
Star Obituary Policy Apr 11, 2018
Assistant principal to move on Apr 11, 2018
Learning to grapple Apr 11, 2018
Book fair coming to school next week Apr 11, 2018
Port District works on airport plan Apr 11, 2018
Rotary to offers spaghetti to address hazard Apr 11, 2018
Thanks for tremendous support for brother Apr 11, 2018
Raiders mauled by Bears Apr 11, 2018
Lady Raiders beat Nannies Apr 11, 2018
March students of the month at Lake Roosevelt Elementary Apr 11, 2018
Re: "Needed: political marksmanship" March 28 Star Apr 11, 2018
Bridge incident was a false alarm Apr 11, 2018
90 days in the wake of Hurricane Harvey Apr 11, 2018
Coulee Cops Apr 11, 2018
Color Run comes back to Colorama Apr 11, 2018
School board position open Apr 11, 2018
This week in sports Apr 11, 2018
Nespelem Junior Rodeo April 28 and 29 Apr 11, 2018
GCD Community Calendar Apr 11, 2018
Senior Menu Apr 11, 2018
Meetings and Notices Apr 11, 2018
Trade wars target Washington agriculture Apr 11, 2018
Nespelem students of the month Apr 11, 2018
Legals for April 11, 2018 Apr 11, 2018
What a blast Apr 11, 2018
Hydropower STEM Academy is open for Grant County students Apr 11, 2018
Old gun laws not working Apr 11, 2018
Senior Profile: Keianna Vera Apr 11, 2018
Raider student to head to National FBLA competition Apr 11, 2018
Newsbriefs Apr 11, 2018
Blood drive planned for April 23 Apr 11, 2018
Softball wins two, loses one Apr 4, 2018
Want to be a Red Hot Mama? Apr 4, 2018
Coulee Recollections Apr 4, 2018
Community blood drive planned Apr 4, 2018
Shane Proctor returns to area for ninth annual bull riding school Apr 4, 2018
This week in sports Apr 4, 2018
Book fair coming Apr 4, 2018
Nespelem Junior Rodeo April 28 and 29 Apr 4, 2018
Bridge incident was a false alarm Apr 4, 2018
Coulee Dam parks plan would seek upgrades, maintenance Apr 4, 2018
Tennis girls upset A-school Omak Apr 4, 2018
The nail, the blood and the rock Apr 4, 2018
Legals for April 4, 2018 Apr 4, 2018
Meetings and Notices Apr 4, 2018
Grand Coulee man arrested on warrants and more Apr 4, 2018
Colville Business Council primary candidates listed Apr 4, 2018
Raising the alarm to save our dams Apr 4, 2018
Star Obituary Policy Apr 4, 2018
Ferry will go out of service for repairs Apr 4, 2018
CMC finances looking better Apr 4, 2018
Receive 10 free trees Apr 4, 2018
William L Simpson Apr 4, 2018
And many more Apr 4, 2018
Airport event to offer hands-on plane experiences Apr 4, 2018
Taylor Enterprises wins bid for North Dam Park maintenance Apr 4, 2018
Daycare kids pay it forward Apr 4, 2018
Raiders win one before losing both of doubleheader Apr 4, 2018
Powell shows art at Melody Restaurant Apr 4, 2018
Raider golfers consume a three-course week Apr 4, 2018
Wrapped in a sea of plastic Apr 4, 2018
Joyousness Apr 4, 2018
GCD Community Calendar Apr 4, 2018
Coulee Cops Apr 4, 2018
Elmer City gets bids on trail project Feb 7, 2018
Golf course fees to remain the same Feb 7, 2018
This week in sports Feb 7, 2018
Coulee Recollections Feb 7, 2018
Lawmakers still grappling with court mandated education funding Feb 7, 2018
Quiet preferred Feb 7, 2018
Elmer City mayor responds to article Feb 7, 2018
Legals for February 7, 2018 Feb 7, 2018
Meetings and Notices Feb 7, 2018
Raiders wrestle at subregionals, district tournaments Feb 7, 2018
January sputters with odd weather Feb 7, 2018
Wins send Ladies to district Feb 7, 2018
GCD Community Calendar Feb 7, 2018
Star Obituary Policy Feb 7, 2018
Thanks and regrets, but no variety store Feb 7, 2018
January students of the month at Lake Roosevelt Elementary Feb 7, 2018
State agency awarded $3 million for conservation land near Grand Coulee Feb 7, 2018
Marissa Joy Phillips-Rogers Feb 7, 2018
Love: what does it look like? Feb 7, 2018
Raiders seeded fourth into postseason with flashy finish Feb 7, 2018
Mayor appoints interim city clerk in Grand Coulee Feb 7, 2018
Progress coming on dangerous building Feb 7, 2018
Reader asks school board what's being done Feb 7, 2018
Coulee Cops Feb 7, 2018
District holds old school price at $150K Feb 7, 2018
Newsbriefs Feb 7, 2018
Keller Ferry will be out of service from Saturday night to Sunday morning Feb 7, 2018
Grand Coulee voters consider sales tax bump for streets Jan 31, 2018
Raiders win two of four in busy week Jan 31, 2018
Senior Profile: Chasity Williams Jan 31, 2018
Four-car wreck injures three Jan 31, 2018
Coulee Cops Jan 31, 2018
GCD Community Calendar Jan 31, 2018
This week in sports Jan 31, 2018
Legals for January 31, 2018 Jan 31, 2018
Cute as a bunny Jan 31, 2018
College Accomplishments Jan 31, 2018
Pink diapers in the coulee Jan 31, 2018
Craig E. Purdy Jan 31, 2018
A long tumble Jan 31, 2018
March for Life and federal legislation show support for unborn Jan 31, 2018
Students lobby for state-funded tuition grants Jan 31, 2018
Bowling Scores Jan 31, 2018
Raider wrestlers mix and match at home, get ready for districts tourney Jan 31, 2018
Elmer City seeks Coulee Dam's financial help Jan 31, 2018
Ladies go two for four, vying for postseason seed Jan 31, 2018
Coulee Recollections Jan 31, 2018
December Students of the Month Jan 31, 2018
Star Obituary Policy Jan 31, 2018
North Korean guest workers booted Jan 31, 2018
New utility discounts repealed Jan 31, 2018
Friendly guy Ivan Snavely enjoys the best job he's ever had Jan 31, 2018
State plan imposing local education cuts Jan 31, 2018
Newsbriefs Jan 31, 2018
Josephine "Jo" Switzer Jan 31, 2018
Bipartisan bills target Cold War-era prohibition on nuclear attack preparations Jan 31, 2018
Four-car wreck injures three, including local schools chief Jan 31, 2018
Fun special section included this week for subscribers Jan 31, 2018
Lawmakers still grappling with court mandated education funding Jan 31, 2018
Rez represents at march Jan 24, 2018
Star Obituary Policy Jan 24, 2018
This week in sports Jan 24, 2018
School directors recognized Jan 24, 2018
Legals for January 24, 2018 Jan 24, 2018
New bus drivers added, more needed Jan 24, 2018
GCD Community Calendar Jan 24, 2018
Resolve to care for children in 2018 Jan 24, 2018
Coulee Recollections Jan 24, 2018
Raiders gain league victories, lose non-league game Jan 24, 2018
Lake Roosevelt girls win one, lose two Jan 24, 2018
Betty Marie (Allen) Fields Jan 24, 2018
Gayle Jeanine (Hope) Kenerson Jan 24, 2018
Senior Meals Jan 24, 2018
New coffee house to be born of old Carpenter's Union Hall Jan 24, 2018
Senior trip planned for Oregon Jan 24, 2018
Ledora "Lee" Kelly Jan 24, 2018
Local effects of the federal government shutdown explored Jan 24, 2018
Coulee Cops Jan 24, 2018
Verheul to join Strate Funeral Home Jan 24, 2018
LR Raiders wrestle at Kittitas, Pateros Jan 24, 2018
Looking into the shadow Jan 24, 2018
Trump used common sense in shutdown Jan 24, 2018
Meetings and Notices Jan 24, 2018
Jess Ford makes scholarship donation Jan 24, 2018
Flu epidemic hits the coulee Jan 24, 2018
Program with a message on opioids approved Jan 24, 2018
Newsbriefs Jan 24, 2018
Bowling Scores Jan 24, 2018
To close the digital divide, it must first be identified Jan 24, 2018
Woman asks for school zone on River Drive Jan 24, 2018
Lake Roosevelt loses against Brewster Bears basketball Jan 24, 2018
Council rolls back discounts for seniors, disabled Jan 17, 2018
November Students of the Month Jan 17, 2018
Objections voiced to short-term home rentals Jan 17, 2018
Coulee Cops Jan 17, 2018
Man killed after losing control of pickup truck Jan 17, 2018
New town council member seated Jan 17, 2018
Meetings and Notices Jan 17, 2018
Dale Lester Hotchkiss Jan 17, 2018
GCD Community Calendar Jan 17, 2018
Legals for January 17, 2018 Jan 17, 2018
Concert set for Thursday, Jan. 25 Jan 17, 2018
Star Obituary Policy Jan 17, 2018
Bowling Scores Jan 17, 2018
People discuss local public transportation needs Jan 17, 2018
Big snowfall Jan 17, 2018
Making the grade Jan 17, 2018
Michael R Dalton 1953 – 2018 Jan 17, 2018
Lady Raiders play whole bench in big win Jan 17, 2018
Gun regulations draw an overflow crowd to hearing Jan 17, 2018
New mayor, council members take over Jan 17, 2018
This week in sports Jan 17, 2018
Newsbriefs Jan 17, 2018
Raider wrestlers reign in Rainier Jan 17, 2018
Raider boys come up just short Jan 17, 2018
Local school head addresses state lawmakers Jan 17, 2018
Perfect day, different lenses Jan 17, 2018
Coulee Recollections Jan 17, 2018
Chain migration or family reunification? Jan 17, 2018
China's Sword Policy cutting deep into recycling Jan 17, 2018
Betty Marie (Allen) Fields Jan 17, 2018
Thanks for history feature Jan 17, 2018
Raiders play Bulldogs Jan 17, 2018
School to hold hearing on Indian Education program Jan 10, 2018
Angelia (Angie) Rymer Jan 10, 2018
Dale L. Hotchkiss Jan 10, 2018
Coulee Cops Jan 10, 2018
Raider boys clinch win in overtime Jan 10, 2018
Residents voted on new park names Jan 10, 2018
Lawmaker unveils ambitious plan to protect Salish Sea Jan 10, 2018
Taking flight Jan 10, 2018
Todd Martin Coffey Jan 10, 2018
Mayors to discuss differences on sewer system issues Jan 10, 2018
Women overcoming belief barriers Jan 10, 2018
Turkey problem not so simple Jan 10, 2018
Coulee Recollections Jan 10, 2018
Care Net helping young mothers Jan 10, 2018
Senior Profile: Dylan Jenkins Jan 10, 2018
Meetings and Notices Jan 10, 2018
Senior Meals Jan 10, 2018
Wrestlers compete in three events Jan 10, 2018
Big fish sculpture may get a second leap Jan 10, 2018
Arts grant to expand local program Jan 10, 2018
Legals for January 10, 2018 Jan 10, 2018
Superintendent to meet with senators Jan 10, 2018
Karrie L Anson Jan 10, 2018
Farm bill program supports rural businesses Jan 10, 2018
This week in sports Jan 10, 2018
Variety store is needed Jan 10, 2018
Star Obituary Policy Jan 10, 2018
Fog and rocks Jan 10, 2018
GCD Community Calendar Jan 10, 2018
Births in the coulee Jan 10, 2018
Newsbriefs Jan 10, 2018
Help tie charity quilts Jan 10, 2018
Subscriber extras, state coverage offered online Jan 10, 2018
Schooled at tourney, improved Ladies win two Jan 10, 2018
Governor rolls out carbon tax proposal and Republicans balk Jan 10, 2018
Water use set to weigh heavily on lawmakers in 2018 Jan 10, 2018
New bill could put Washington salmon farms in jeopardy Jan 10, 2018
Weather, road closure might have you rethinking that trip Jan 10, 2018
Man killed after losing control of pickup truck Jan 10, 2018
Newsbriefs Jan 3, 2018
Reflection on buying a newspaper Jan 3, 2018
Lake Roosevelt basketball teams compete in tourney Jan 3, 2018
Raiders wrestlers dominate in local events Jan 3, 2018
City holds off on labeling old museum "dangerous" Jan 3, 2018
Bowling Scores Jan 3, 2018
Finally telling the stories of those who died on the dam Jan 3, 2018
Brrrrrrisk dip Jan 3, 2018
New Year's paddle Jan 3, 2018
Star Obituary Policy Jan 3, 2018
Thanks to Mayor Wilder and council Jan 3, 2018
Meetings and Notices Jan 3, 2018
GCD Community Calendar Jan 3, 2018
Legals for January 3, 2018 Jan 3, 2018
Coulee Cops Jan 3, 2018
A report and thanks from Trees of Sharing Jan 3, 2018
Winter Solstice has passed - now more daylight Jan 3, 2018
Coulee Recollections Jan 3, 2018
Real estate terms prevent new store launch Jan 3, 2018
Looking back to the stars we lost in 2017 Jan 3, 2018
This week in sports Jan 3, 2018
Senior Meals Jan 3, 2018
Tribal chairman disputes property claim Jan 3, 2018
School delayed in Nespelem today Jan 3, 2018
Gov. Inslee lashes back at Sessions on marijuana Jan 3, 2018
State lawmakers to again consider eliminating capital punishment Jan 3, 2018
Activists try to occupy the front steps of the state capitol Jan 3, 2018
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