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Fever-4 crash destroys two cars, damages three others
Trout being introduced into lake known for bass, crappie and perch fishing
Cowboys ride tough on bulls and broncs
Francis Marchand of Omak finished second in saddle bronc riding at the Tonasket Founders Day Rodeo on Friday and Saturday.
Boy Scouts fix up Camp Bonaparte
This weekend will be a Free Fishing Weekend, thanks to the state Department of Fish and Wildlife. Licenses will not be required for those two days to fish or gather shellfish in any waters open for fishing in the state.
Curlew pushed Pateros into the consolation bracket in the first round of state, but neither placed in the eight-team 1B tournament Friday and Saturday.
Foes go to eight innings first day
The doubles tennis team of Trevor Terris and Brian Hendrick of Tonasket, both seniors, finished second at the state 1B/2B/1A tournament Friday and Saturday at West Valley High School.
Mountain Lions win opener in eight
Liberty Bell went 1-2 and Bridgeport 0-2 in the state 2B softball tournament Friday and Saturday at the Gateway Sports Complex.
Bulldogs finish 1A state at 4-2
Okanogan High School’s fastpitch team went 4-2 at state, missing the consolation trophy game by one victory Friday and Saturday at the Columbia Playfields.
Friends of the NRA event coming Aug. 2
Four gold medals earned Friday at state 1-2B/1A track meet
Nannies sending a lot of girls to state 1B track meet
Okanogan freshman incorrectly identified in May 28 story
Bulldogs open against Hoquiam on Friday in Richland
Hiebert cuts a perfect .500 on the lights
Youth fishing and educational activities planned for June 7 at Princess Pines 4-H Camp