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Chewelah church holds Black Lives Matter vigils

The Chewelah United Church of Christ has actively supported the Black Lives Matter movement since its resurgence earlier this year after the death of George Floyd. The church's board voted to endorse the movement earlier this month, and the church has continued to hold semimonthly vigils all summer. 

Deer Park man dies in crash on U.S. 395

Wyatt A. Mays was attempting to cross the highway headed west at Denison-Chattaroy Road when he was struck by a southbound van driven by Troy E. Livingston, 50, of Chewelah. The crash occurred at about 7:45 a.m., according to a news release. 

Train derails near Chewelah

A train derailed north of Chewelah near Duncan Road late Thursday night and officials believe the short line Kettle Falls International Railway will be closed at least through Monday.

K-9s training in five-week class in Newman Lake

Two weeks ago Rebel was just an average Dutch Shepherd and Chewelah police Officer Matt Miller was just your average patrol cop, but now Rebel strains at the leash and whines eagerly when it’s time to train with Miller to sniff out drugs.