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Huckleberry Festival 2010
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Point to this happy child and he'll show you two reasons why the 2010 Huckleberry Festival was such a success!

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Men's 5K Race Results

Women's 5K Race Results









Buffalo Soldiers helped fight the 1910 Fire

Cosmic Dreams entertained from the gazebo along with One Less Karen and NW Skyes

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Winners at the 25th Wallace Huckleberry Festival

annual 5K fun run/walk around Wallace
Men's Division
Age Division Name Time
under 11
  1. Rhys McVay
  2. Reece Marshall
  3. Connor O'Shea
  1. 25.27
  2. 27.48
  3. 28.12
12 - 15
  1. Kyle Hawk
  2. Aidan Nett
  3. Connor McVay
  1. 21.21
  2. 26.24
  3. 30.51
16 - 19
  1. Baxter Arguinchona      First Overall
  1. 17.36
20 - 29
  1. Tyler Johnson
  2. Marvin Sears
  3. Josh Edelblute
  1. 22.03
  2. 23.07
  3. 31.07
30 - 39
  1. James Primmer
  2. Ted Tesky
  3. Ryan Shepard
  1. 21.08
  2. 23.17
  3. 24.07
40 - 49
  1. Chris Morlan
  2. Robert Aneker
  3. Dan Albertini
  1. 18.02
  2. 27.38
  3. 27.49
50 - 59
  1. Al Mayaer
  2. Don Hicks
  3. Rafeal Brier
  1. 20.03
  2. 20.10
  3. 21.56
60 - 69
  1. Ray Pearson
  2. Hugh Spinks
  3. Micheal Carpenter
  1. 22.23
  2. 25.38
  3. 29.56
70 +
  1. Larry Curry
  2. Gene Hyde
  1. 27.18
  2. 1.00.03
 
Women's Division
Age Division Name Time
under 11
  1. Choloe Whiley
  2. Sage Young
  3. Anne Fields
  1. 34.30
  2. 44.21
  3. 44.55
12 - 15
  1. Rachel Beier
  2. Jen Parman
  3. Emily Fields
  1. 26.34
  2. 27.03
  3. 30.59
16 - 19
  1. Beth Greenhalgh
  2. Melinda Sirgel
  3. Brittany Edelblute
  1. 33.52
  2. 41.27
  3. 44.10
20 - 29
  1. Sarah Hummer
  2. Hannah Hill
  3. Beth Lakin
  1. 25.26
  2. 27.29
  3. 28.13
30 - 39
  1. Shelby McVay
  2. Martha House
  3. Codi Carpenter
  1. 28.49
  2. 29.16
  3. 31.24
40 - 49
  1. Tami Hicks      First Woman
  2. Jill Coffey
  3. Melaine Morlan
  1. 22.19
  2. 25.54
  3. 28.07
50 - 59
  1. Sue Mayer
  2. Dana Vargas
  3. Debbi Spinks
  1. 31.40
  2. 38.32
  3. 42.28
60 - 69
  1. Ann Curry
  2. Ann Parman
  3. Judy Schutt
  1. 36.52
  2. 52.07
  3. 52.19
70 +
  1. Cathy Mitchell
  2. Jeri Mitchell
  3. Louis Dahlberg
  1. 42.27
  2. 44.52
  3. 52.29
After a vigorous campaign, Jim Walcker became the 2010 Huckleberry Sheriff by collecting the most donations to a community fund. His dog KC is obviously the new Huckleberry Hound.

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The 1910 Fire Commemoration in Wallace on August 19 - 21, 2010, memorialized the 86 lives lost fighting the Great 1910 Fire and recognized the valor of those who fight fires today. Dedication of a monument at the Wallace Visitors Center was preceeded by a parade and procession through town.
click to see the Forest Service's 1910 Fire commemorative postcard in a separate window Beginning a week before the Commemoration, the Spokesman Review, Spokane, WA, ran a series of detailed stories about the Fire of 1910. The following date links are to printer friendly versions of these stories.
  1. August 15, 2010      Forest fire, the largest in U.S. history, left stories of awe, tragedy
  2. August 16, 2010      [Hiawatha]    Bike trail cuts through heart of 1910 burn area
  3. August 17, 2010      Pulaskiís heroism resurfaced with discovery of tunnel
  4. August 18, 2010      Fire crews drew heavily from immigrants, laborers
    Forest Service employed 10,000
  5. August 19, 2010      Stories of survival: Families and the 1910 fire
  6. August 20, 2010      Great fire wiped out wild towns of Taft, Grand forks
    Logging outposts reviled for boozing, brothels
  7. August 21, 2010      Great Burn Wilderness remains subject of debate
    275,000 acres proposed for protection along Bitterroot Divide
  8. August 22, 2010      Examining the legacy of the 1910 fires
    While potential for another blowup exists, agencies have developed tools, techniques

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