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WinterFest Ends With A Bang

Organizers rejoiced as this year’s WinterFest event ended with fireworks despite all the twists and turns thrown at the planning committee.

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A & E

Start Now: Christmas Coloring Contest 2021

Time to bring out your favorite art supplies and add some color to this holiday. You can download and print coloring pages with the button below. Mail your completed artwork to us with an entry form and you could win one of three awesome prize packages. All ages are invited to submit their artwork. While everyone in your family is welcome to send submissions, there can only be one winner per household.

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Business

Back-On-Track Approach

As they make their way through summer, the Chamber of Commerce has been tediously ironing out details to ensure a back-on-track approach after the recent year with COVID. 

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Animals

The Scoop on Poop

Many families enjoy spending time outdoors in parks and playgrounds. Unfortunately, while our children enjoy the privilege of playing in safe neighborhoods, they unwittingly are only one step away from a genuine threat. 

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Community

WinterFest Ends With A Bang

Organizers rejoiced as this year’s WinterFest event ended with fireworks despite all the twists and turns thrown at the planning committee.

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Sports

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Garden

Keep your Harvest Going!

After pulling your potatoes out of the ground, try planting carrots! The ground is nice and soft after removing the potatoes and perfect for carrots. First, spread a thin layer of compost onto the harvested area. You must use compost and not manure!

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Technology

AVISTA – 20 Years Into The Future

Avista held their 2021 Integrated Resource Planning (IRP) presentation in an online public forum. Company representatives discussed plans for the next 20 years about Avista’s energy, environmental, and customer service goals

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April 15, 2018

Cougar Spotted In Deer Park Area


Cougar Caught on Game Camera


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April 12, 2018

Six Word Stories April 2018

By now I hope you are familiar with our writing prompt for six word stories. Our last prompt was “When Time Stands Still”; here are some of our favorites. OUR TOP SIX RESPONSES IN RANDOM ORDER • If only it would last longer. – Tristan C • With the final push, baby arrived. – Sarah […]

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April 11, 2018

Springdale Shooting Threat

On the evening of March 21, the Stevens County Sheriff’s Office was requested to assist in the investigation of a possible threat of a school shooting that allegedly was going to take place on the 22nd at Mary Walker High School in Springdale, WA. Information was spread via Snapchat and other social media that there […]

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April 10, 2018

Car Prowling and Theft




On the evening of March 18th and into the early morning hours of the 19th,  Deer Park was subjected to a spree of car prowlings. A group of 3 suspects was responsible for multiple car break-ins; items were rummaged and stolen. Most of the criminal behavior occurred in a small area in the northeast part […]

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April 10, 2018

Shear Salon and Spa Has A New Location


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Shear Salon and Spa has recently moved to a new location on Crawford Street.  The crew at the salon is now enjoying a larger off-the-street parking area and more space inside to serve their clients. To celebrate their new location, the Shear Salon family is hosting an open house from 2pm to 5pm on Saturday […]

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April 9, 2018

Junior Contributors! March 2018

March Theme: Signs Of Spring. Nesting Quail By Aidan age 13 Bunnies in Sunnies By Gerrit age 10 It’s Easter and the bunnies are having a race, or how they say it in Dr. Seuss Land: Buns have fun in the sun on Sunday. They run the Funny Bunny Race, and have hot cross buns. Then […]

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April 5, 2018

Studded Tire Removal Date Extension


Pile of old tires.

March 21st, the first day of spring, was filled with sunshine and the hope of warmer weather on the horizon.   March 24th it snowed three plus inches and left Deer Park and surrounding areas covered in a blanket of heavy snow and slush. I could blame specific individuals who had already taken off their snow […]

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April 4, 2018

Rotary Student Of The Month March 2018


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Congratulations to Deer Park Rotary’s March Students of the Month! Riverside’s Tom McNamee has managed the girls soccer and basketball varsity teams, the boys soccer team and for 2 years announced Riverside’s volleyball games. Tom has taken every science course offered at Riverside except computer science and his favorite is biomedical science. His other subjects […]

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April 2, 2018

New Deer Park Gazette Website

Hot off the presses, the new Deer Park Gazette website! The website will feature current local news articles covering a range of topics, from sports to business and more. Articles in the printed paper will occasionally contain a website address that will lead you to more information related to that article.  These will sometimes link […]

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February 28, 2018

Riverside School District Levies

Dear Editor and Elk, Chattaroy, and Riverside Community Members, My name is Daniel, and I am a graduate of Riverside High School. I was enrolled in Riverside School District for thirteen years. Although I’ve moved twice since I graduated in 2013, Chattaroy is, and always will be, my home. Attending Riverside was an essential part […]

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