VIEW FROM THE SIDELINES: Sitzmark won’t open

Little cheerleaders perform at halftime of the Tonasket girls’ basketball game on a night dubbed Coaches vs. Cancer Night on Jan. 25.

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Little cheerleaders perform at halftime of the Tonasket girls’ basketball game on a night dubbed Coaches vs. Cancer Night on Jan. 25.



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The eighth grade Sharpshooters girls’ basketball team took first last weekend at a Wenatchee tournament to qualify for the state middle school championship. The team included (front, from left) Alyssa Davis, Aaliyah Marchand and Halle Adolph-Albert; (back) assistant coach Alana Seymour, Sedeaju’ Michel, Paris Marchand, Taya Graham, Carly Neddo and coach Benny Marchand.

The Sitzmark Ski Hill northeast of Tonasket will not open this season because of a lack of snow.

“The Sitzmark Board of Directors had to make a difficult decision at last night's meeting (Jan...

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