The VISTA program, a companion program to AmeriCorps, has five positions open in the Tonasket School District this summer, according to VISTA coordinator Bob Ashmore.
TONASKET – Tonasket’s Armed Forces veterans and their supporters have created one of the state’s true crown jewels in its Legacy Project on the south end of the city. The Legacy Project, which serves as both a memorial and a service center, will be formally dedicated this Saturday, May 18, with a parade and ceremony. [...]
NORTH COUNTY - The Okanogan River, which has been at flood stage since late last week, began receding Wednesday morning after topping out at about 17.1 feet. The river is considered to be at flood stage at anything above 15.0 feet and has been there since May 10. At 17, flooding is considered “moderate” but water [...]
When the Tonasket FFA’s parliamentary procedure team went to the national convention two years ago, ag teacher Matt Deebach thought called it a once-in-a-career experience. Turns out Deebach was wrong.
Larry Taylor, 79, was born April 4, 1934 in Cadillac, Mich. to Dale and Edith Taylor. He died on April 22, 2013 in Tonasket, Wash. He served in the United States Air Force for 13 years and was a retired Postal Service Carrier.
Mary Ann Sasse, age 78, of Tonasket passed away April 29, 2013 at North Valley Extended Care in Tonasket. Mary was born May 11, 1934 in Omak to Anna and Jim Bear. She lived her entire life in Pine Creek and Tonasket
TONASKET – Warm weather that is speeding up the annual mountain snow melt-off has brought about a flood watch for the Okanogan River, especially in the areas between Tonasket and Oroville.