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TONASKET – The day was threatening, with sloppy roads and low fog making shooting light iffy, but in spite of those obstacles 16 people showed up for the January Long Range Silhouette Match at the Tonasket Gun Club.

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LEAVENWORTH – Okanogan brought home hardware but suffered one match-ending injury on Saturday, Jan. 11, in finishing sixth at the Cascade Bavarian Invitational.

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OKANOGAN – The Okanogan Bulldogs battled Chelan to a 58-54 finish in boys’ basketball league play Jan 10.

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OKANOGAN – The Bulldogs shut down the Chelan girls’ basketball team, 45-34, on Friday night, Jan. 10, by playing tough defense most of the night.

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MOLSON – The 16th annual Northwest Ice Fishing Festival on Jan. 18 promises to bring several hundred people to the lakes in the north end of Okanogan County.

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NESPELEM - A million-dollar project that will improve habitat and stream flow for rainbow trout in the Sanpoil River sub-basin is scheduled to be completed by the end of January.

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ROYAL CITY - Tonasket, with three champions, three runners-up and lots of depth, captured the 17-team Royal City Christmas Invitational Tournament wrestling championship Dec. 28.

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CURLEW – The 10th annual Ski Day on the Ferry County Rail Trail is being postponed in hopes Mother Nature will dump some snow.

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WINTHROP – The Methow Valley School District is adding an after-school activities bus to help students participating in after-school activities.

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SPOKANE - The state Department of Fish and Wildlife plans to capture mule deer from helicopters in three study areas along the east slope of the Cascades in Okanogan, Chelan and Kittitas counties.

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SPOKANE — Okanogan graduate Jill Townsend led the No. 17 Gonzaga women’s basketball team in scoring as the Bulldogs topped Portland 62-57 Dec. 29 at home.

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TONASKET – A long-range silhouette match is scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 11, at the Tonasket Gun Club Range off North Pine Creek Road.

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OROVILLE – Royal claimed first place, with host Oroville in second, in the North Okanogan Holiday Invitational wrestling tournament Dec. 21.

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CASHMERE — A young Lake Roosevelt wrestling team finished second against many larger schools at the Cashmere Invitational on Dec. 14.

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OMAK – Omak got just enough scoring to hang on for a 64-61 win over Okanogan in a Caribou Trail League game Dec. 17.

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OMAK – Longtime Chronicle Sports Editor Al Camp retired Dec. 20 after more than 40 years with the newspaper.

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OMAK - Tonasket took first in six of 14 weights to claim the team title easily at the nine-team Pioneer Invitational Tournament (PIT) on Dec. 7.

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OKANOGAN - Fourth-graders from Jancey Marsh’s class at Virginia Grainger Elementary School traveled to Winthrop recently to ice skate.

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OMAK – The No. 8-seeded Omak football team advanced to the state quarterfinals with a tough 38-27 victory over No. 9 Colville on Nov. 16.