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 By Lee Hughes    Sports 

ML cross country third at state

MEDICAL LAKE — The Medical Lake cross country team came back from the state 1A cross country championship meet with a trophy — just not the one they had hoped for. The... — Updated 11/14/2019

 By Lee Hughes    Sports 

Cheney volleyball crew to state

CHENEY — The post-season Cinderella story of the Lady Blackhawks volleyball team continued after they defeated Prosser three sets to one, on Saturday, Nov. 9, to advance to the... — Updated 11/14/2019

 By Lee Hughes    Opinion 

Of civics and being Americans worth fighting for

At a recent high school assembly marking Veterans Day, keynote speaker retired Gen. Neal Sealock suggested that students be the “kind of American worth fighting for.” He defined... — Updated 11/14/2019

 By Lee Hughes    News 

Spokane airport awarded $11.3 million facility grant

SPOKANE COUNTY — Local and federal officials announced on Tuesday, Nov. 6, a $11.3 million transportation grant award for the construction of the Rail-Truck Transload Facility... — Updated 11/14/2019

 By Lee Hughes    News 

ML commission recommends no change to comp plan

MEDICAL LAKE - Members of the Medical Lake Planning voted to recommend the City Council not approve a request to amend an individual parcel designation of a future land use map in... — Updated 11/14/2019

 By Lee Hughes    Education 

Medical Lake picked for pilot program

MEDICAL LAKE — The Medical Lake School District has been selected as one of two state districts to participate in a joint University of Washington, Seattle Children’s Hospital... — Updated 11/14/2019

 By Lee Hughes    News 

Medical Lake schools pause for Veterans Day

MEDICAL LAKE — The Medical Lake middle and high schools took time out from classes to honor veterans and their families ahead of Monday’s Veteran’s Day holiday, and to hear fr... — Updated 11/14/2019

 By Lee Hughes    News 

ML Council approves tax rate hike, considers budget

MEDICAL LAKE — The Medical Lake City Council approved two city-wide tax increases and held a preliminary budget hearing during its regular bi-monthly meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 5.... — Updated 11/14/2019

 By Lee Hughes    Sports

Cardinal football season ends as it began

MEDICAL LAKE — The Cardinal’s final game of the season Friday night, Nov. 1, against the top-seeded Deer Park was in many ways a game of opposites. While Deer Park was at 6-0... — Updated 11/8/2019

 By Lee Hughes    Sports

Cheney volleyball to state playoffs

CHENEY - The Lady Blackhawks volleyball squad took it to both East Valley and Clarkston in Great Northern League post-season play, beating both in straight sets before going five... — Updated 11/8/2019

 By Lee Hughes    Sports

Cardinal XC team sends 10 to state

CHEWELAH - The Medical Lake cross country crew ran their best at the Northeast A League district championships at the Chewelah Golf Course on Saturday, Nov. 2, sending 10 varsity ru... — Updated 11/8/2019

 By Lee Hughes    News

Reardan non-profit planning war memorial

REARDAN - Posthumous Medal of Honor recipient Private Joe Mann's exploits in Holland during World War II have been celebrated across the globe. He is, in part, the namesake of the... — Updated 11/8/2019

 By Lee Hughes    News

Medical Lake contest generates over 400 pounds of candy

MEDICAL LAKE — Re*Imagine Medical Lake’s second annual Fall Festival was a hit. The candy competition winners were Wispies Hair Salon, Whispering Palms Massage and Medical Lake... — Updated 11/7/2019

 By Lee Hughes    News

Family of man killed on State Route 902 sets up Go Fund Me page

CHENEY — Clay Randall died suddenly and unexpectedly on State Route 902 just east of Medical Lake on the evening of Oct. 22 when he was partially ejected from his truck when it... — Updated 11/7/2019

 By Lee Hughes    Sports

Cardinal girls soccer close out winless season

MEDICAL LAKE — The Medical Lake girls soccer squad closed out their season on Thursday, Oct. 24, with a loss to Deer Park in a winless season in which fate seemed to conspire... — Updated 10/31/2019

 By Lee Hughes    Sports

Cardinal volleyball put season to bed

MEDICAL LAKE — The Medical Lake volleyball crew closed out their regular season with at least one loss last week to the visiting No. 3 Colville Indians (7-4, 9-5) on Tuesday,... — Updated 10/31/2019

 By Lee Hughes    Sports

Medical Lake gets crushed by Colville Indians

MEDICAL LAKE — It was another lopsided game for the Cardinals when they faced the Northeast A league second-seed Colville Indians at home in a 49-8 rout. Colville, now 4-1 in... — Updated 10/31/2019

 By Lee Hughes    Sports

Blackhawk volleyball wins last two

CHENEY — The Lady Blackhawk volleyball squad added two more to the win column last week when the beat both Clarkston and West Valley as the season winds down. Cheney traveled... — Updated 10/31/2019

 By Lee Hughes    Sports

On effects of college athlete profits

Should college athletes be allowed to profit from their names, images and likenesses? The National Collegiate Athletic Association apparently thinks so, according to a Tuesday,... — Updated 10/31/2019

 By Lee Hughes    Sports

Medical Lake XC crew sweep Freeman

MEDICAL LAKE - The Cardinal boys varsity cross country crew remains the top ranked 1A classification team according to the state coaches poll, and they proved why when both the... — Updated 10/31/2019

 By Lee Hughes    Education

Medical Lake board approves policies, improvement plans

MEDICAL LAKE — In a quick session, the Medical Lake School Board approved several policies and the district’s overall School Improvement Plan at its regular meeting after a long... — Updated 10/31/2019

 By Lee Hughes    Education

ML board hears district school improvement plans

MEDICAL LAKE — The Medical Lake School Board held a long, early meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 22, to hear the district’s five principals highlight the good things they’ve been... — Updated 10/31/2019

 By Lee Hughes    News

Aiden's Army

MEDICAL LAKE — It was July when little Aiden began acting out of character. He had a persistent low-grade fever, had started taking naps again, had even regressed from being... — Updated 10/31/2019

 By Lee Hughes    News

Medical Lake adopts comp plan

MEDICAL LAKE — The City Council gave its final approval to the city’s 2019 Comprehensive Plan that will help guide its direction for the next decade at its regular meeting on... — Updated 10/24/2019

 By Lee Hughes    Education

Medical Lake musician Nick Isherwood receives prestigious scholarship

MONTEREY, CALIF. — Former Medical Lake standout musician Nick Isherwood was recently named the 23rd recipient of the Jimmy Lyons Scholarship, a four-year, full ride scholarship... — Updated 10/24/2019


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