The Community Cultural Center reverberated with laughter, music and beauty when artists converged for the opening reception of a show called “Twenty-five Outta North 40” Friday, July 6.
Tonasket School Board members agreed to have their July 11 work session board meeting as a time to discuss a capital projects levy proposal.
Missy Martinez Zelaya, a junior at Tonasket High School will attend the American Legion Auxiliary (ALA) Girls State this summer June 10-16 at Central Washington University in Ellensburg.
Tonasket School Board directors heard goodbyes from a few employees during their May 30 meeting, including retiring Vice Principal and Athletic Director Kevin Terris, who has taken the position of High School Principal at Ritzville. His wife Jody will be teaching at the elementary school there.
Nine candidates vying for three Tonasket School District board positions gathered Thursday to share their opinions and views on the district’s strengths, areas of improvement and what each candidate would like to contribute to the district if elected.
Though there are an estimated 120 ballots left to counted for two Oroville School Board positions, 666 voters turned out for the Tuesday evening primary election.
In a challenge to Washington State University's water rights, the state Supreme Court ruled earlier this week that the university chose conservation and, therefore, retains its rights to water.
- Police investigate Oroville homicide
- Winthrop man arrested in homicide
- Boy dies while hiking near Oroville
- Man faces assault charges after stabbing
- Transportation study looks out to 2040
- Inmate hospitalized after fight
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- Omak man’s conviction reduced
- Alvarez selected May Fest queen
- ‘Xanadu’ skates onto Omak stage
- Hub Arkush: San Francisco 49ers among teams with best free-agent plans
- Summer stream flows could be concern
- Training offered for wildfire contractors
- Vejraska wins Angus awards
- Appeals court rejects Small’s appeal
- Retail power sales lower than expected
- Base rate increase goes to improvements
- PUD spends nearly a million on February power