Wow! Last week’s column was one of those ones that actually makes me happy.
Have you ever had the feeling, “I have just made history?”
My letter to our community is to serve two purposes, first and foremost to encourage our voters to support the current bond effort of the Omak Schools and second, correct misinformation published recently in a letter from Mr. Jim Miller of Omak.
Grinning makes you feel better
On Easter, while many people were hiding eggs, a small group in Omak marched in support of getting President Trump to release his tax returns.
Omak School District is hoping for a miracle. Recent school bond measures in the area have been hit or miss, Brewster and Bridgeport were recently successful in bond attempts, but other schools like Okanogan have not been.
What would your guess to be the most unfailing topic of conversation? It’s something we are all subject to and have to live with: The weather.
(The following was “written” by Katie, my friend Marsha’s dog.)
Several proposals that could add a few games for baseball, softball and basketball teams are being considered by the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association’s Representative Assembly.
Okanogan High School senior Megan Patrick signed a letter of intent to compete in tennis starting in the fall at Spokane Community College.
Leather boots, cowboy hats and elegant dresses graced the Omak Performing Arts Center stage Saturday, April 1 for the 13th annual Washington State Nashville Country Star competition.
Last week’s column dealt mainly with loss — the loss of one of our families longtime pets, a cat named Sweetie.
The level of witch hunt we are encountering these days is getting out of hand.
I think the first reliable sign of spring arrives in the mail sometime in January. These are the flamboyant seed catalogs.
Okanogan Valley Martial Arts with Master Dan Keith brought home three firsts from the 40th annual Central Washington Karate Championships on March 18 in Yakima.