Letters to the Editor - March 15, 2017
Each week as I sit down at the computer to write my weekly piece, I try to stay as positive and uplifting as possible.
The second Loup Loup Community Challenge Relay drew 19 teams of three people each to the ski hill Saturday.
There is a saying, probably several centuries old, “hell hath no fury greater than a woman scorned.”
Mother Nature has sure been playing tricks on Okanogan Valley.
Alex Aguilar, an Omak High School graduate, finished seventh for North Idaho College at the NJCAA national wrestling tournament Feb. 24-25 in Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Letters to the Editor: March 8, 2017
Despite the number of people from Tonasket calling or visiting our office to tell us to stop reporting on the classroom confrontation between Tonasket High School basketball coach Kevin Landdeck and Tonasket Middle School teacher Jim Caddy in a classroom, the issue just isn’t going away.
Immigration is not as clear cut a topic in Okanogan Country as it must be in other areas of the country.
We have said before that change is constant and certainly in our lifetimes we have seen prime examples of this.
A couple of weeks ago, we included a clip in our newscast that shows Tonasket basketball coach Kevin Landdeck confronting middle school teacher Jim Caddy in class about something said about the coach’s son.
Letters to the editor: March 1, 2017
Buck Workman and Valorie Murray had 1,500 trump in diamonds during pinochle Feb. 21 at the Eagles Club in Okanogan.
Our world seems to be falling apart – and, no, I’m not blaming Trump.
One of my late husband Glen’s favorite places to roam around by car was an area known as the South Half, a large area across the Okanogan River on the Colville Indian Reservation occupied largely by ranches.