The small community of Curlew, Washington is located on the Kettle River and State Route 21, between Danville and Malo, Washington. The community’s current history begins in 1896, with the establishment of a general store that serviced miners, railroads men, traders, and native Americans. By 1898, the town of 200 had grown large enough to […]
The tiny, unincorporated community of Malo, Washington (99150) is located on Hwy 21, approximately thirteen miles from the town of Republic. Not much more than a wide spot in the road, Malo is a farming and residential community that, according to the 2010 census, has 28 residents, a post office, and two exceptional stores.
The town of Republic, Washington is located on the middle, western edge of Ferry County, Washington, in the foothills of the Kettle Mountain Range. Ferry County sits along the north-central edge of Washington State, and shares its northern border (and three border crossings) with British Columbia, Canada. Founded during the gold rush of the late […]