Chewelah Boys Basketball: Cougars thump Cusick 58-34

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The Cougars opened up the season with a victory, pouncing on nonleague foe Cusick 58-34 on the road. Owen Baldwin led the team with 14 points, while Elan Krausz and Neils Berger each added 10 points. Click here for the full story. 

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Apple Cup always important for WSU fans

Washington State University Courgar's face off against the the University of Washington during the Apple Cup

Washington State University Courgar’s face off against the the University of Washington during the Apple Cup (Photo by Ed Broberg)

Jim Walden, Washington State University football coach from 1978-1986 has said, “Nothing in my job—not the Rose Bowls, not the Holiday Bowls, nothing—is more important than beating the University of Washington.” This year’s Apple Cup game ball may now be dead, but the school rivalry is still alive and well, and it’s another Cougar first down in the red zone when it comes to spirit. Click here to read the full story. 

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Snakebit man convicted of assaulting nurse

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After a one-day trial, a Stevens County Jury convicted a man of assaulting a nurse at Mt. Carmel Hospital last fall who was trying to help him get treatment for a snake bite. For the full story, click here.

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