Military duty leads to newspaper job
Monday brings Veterans Day here and Remembrance Day in Canada, our close neighbor. The holiday also gives us a chance to remember military duty to our countries.
Pitcher signs to play in Oregon
Makenzie Norwill, a senior at Okanogan High School, recently signed a letter of intent to play fastpitch softball at Oregon Institute of Technology in Klamath Falls, Ore.
Father draws line after 91-0 loss
Bullying comes in many forms. Ask Miami Dolphin tackle Jonathan Martin and he’ll tell you your coworkers could be bullying you.
Tom Sherry could visit Friday’s brawl
The Omak boys cross country team and Liberty Bell girls soccer team recently were named fall team academic state champions.
Seniors bring home the medals
Not everything stays in Las Vegas. Okanogan County senior softball players left with a bunch of medals from the World Championships in the past month.
Spectacle paper work not received
Spectacle Lake, which appeared to be in line for rehabilitation this fall, will not be rehabilitated and its future is cloudy.
Dayton graduate to guide Republic
Dan Groom recently was named the Republic High School boys basketball coach.
Larry Talmadge takes jump with granddaughter
Most people when they turn 18 think of high school graduation, attending college, getting a job or at least a celebratory dinner. Not so for the granddaughter of Okanogan’s Larry and Joanne Talmadge.
Lee Morrison of Okanogan leaves next week for a Mixed Martial Arts fight in Russia. Flying is nothing new for Morrison, but a professional fight in Russia certainly is.
Teams converge on hudl.com
The way high school teams use video to prepare for opponents continues to change. The most change involves hudl.com, which takes digital video and makes it available online to other coaches, players and fans.
Hilderbrand, Goble celebrated
Omak High School recently announced Diane Hilderbrand and Sam Goble as September’s student/athletes of the month.
Trip includes long hike, huge storm
Jeremy Draggoo went looking for a trophy deer and instead brought home a big bear. He would tramp solo around the mountains in the Pasayten Wilderness in search of the perfect buck earlier his month during the high hunt.
Tourney raises money for cancer
The inaugural Bouncin’ for Boobies coed softball tournament, already with 15 teams, remains open until today for additional teams to play Oct. 5-6 at The Plex, 93 Rodeo Trail Road.
All-sport athlete dies in Kansas
Dakotah Holt, a multi-sport athlete who graduated in 2011 from Lake Roosevelt High School, was electrocuted Aug. 29 in Kansas.
Villeneuve set to design academy
Former Indy 500 champ and Canadian racer Jacques Villeneuve is looking to open a motorsports complex in Oliver.
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