Young couple overwhelmed by donations after Bonaparte Lake Resort fire BONAPARTE LAKE – Most lessons on what is truly important in life come in the form of trials and tribulations that test the spirit. Joey Dunkin and Halla Fuhrman have been living that experience these past few days after the Bonaparte Lake Resort cabin that [...]
Missoula Children’s Theatre presented Beauty Lou and the Country Beast, an original country western adaptation ...
TACOMA – Tonasket sophomore Jorge Juarez got his first shot at a state title on ...
Third straight skunking prompts change MOLSON – The fish were biting at Sidley and Molson ...
Edward W. Figlenski went to the next world on his own Friday, Feb. 22, 2014 at Apple Springs Assisted Living due to pancreatic cancer. He was born Nov. 20, 1951 at Omak to Wills and Violet Figlenski.
Eleanor (Hoffman) Gappert Cook of Oroville, Wash. and Valle del Oro, Mesa, Ariz. went to heaven on Tuesday, February 18, 2014 with her family by her side. Eleanor (Hoffman) Gappert Cook, known to all as “Ms. Ellie,” was born on July 15, 1929 to George and Barbara Hoffman.
RICHLAND – Oroville’s record-breaking girls basketball season came to an end Saturday in Richland as the DeSales Irish pulled away in the second half to post a 50-32 victory over the Hornets in 2B regional action. DeSales advances to the eight-team state tournament in Spokane next weekend. The Hornets, playing in their first-ever state regional [...]
OROVILLE – A new group is planning on holding a blues festival in conjunction with the annual Run for the Border charity motorcycle ride and asked the city council for exclusive use of Deep Bay Park over Armed Forces Day weekend.
Jesus Antonio Renteria Hernandez, 19, Omak, pleaded guilty Feb. 21 to second-degree theft. Renteria Hernandez was sentenced to 60 days in jail and fined $2,025.41 for the July 7, 2013 crime. He also had a first-degree trafficking of stolen property charge dismissed.
OROVILLE – Along with approving changes to the future school calendars, the Oroville School Board heard how iPads had replaced picture cutouts as one way non-verbal students could communicate.