Thursday’s local sports scores
About Brent BakerBrent is a reporter for the Gazette-Tribune. Prior to working at the G-T, he was the sports editor for Sunrise Publishing from 2000-2005 in Michigan. He subsequently owned and operated Buckland Media, a high school sports website, in Michigan until 2010. He and his wife Kim, who have an adult son, moved to Tonasket in 2010. Brent started work at the G-T in 2011.
Stories by Brent Baker
Caribou Trail League and Central Washington League Standings & Sechedules Baseball Omak 11, Tonasket5 Liberty Bell 16, Oroville 1 Cascade 4, Quincy 3 Cashmere 9, Chelan 1 Brewster 3, Okanogan 1 Pateros 13, Manson 1 Lake Roosevelt 11, Bridgeport Soap Lake vs. Waterville White Swan 12, Granger 2 (NL) Riverside Christian 16, Kittitas 5 Soccer Omak [...]
TONASKET – “Yikes.”
That, in a word, was the response of the only person who expressed any interest in buying the financially struggling North Valley Assisted Living facility when he was presented with financial and bond information to examine.
There’s nothing quite like watching parents at Little League all-star tournaments.
I was chatting, some years ago, with the coach of such a Little League team that I covered at a district baseball tournament. Our conversation was interrupted by the unfolding drama of the tournament organizer (who also happened to be the county sheriff) compelling a dad to leave the premises after his objections to the decisions of his son’s coach became so belligerent that the kids on the field stopped playing to watch the ongoing discord.
TONASKET – The North Valley Hospital District’s VA clinic continues to grow, reported NVH Director of Ancillary Services Noreen Olma at the Thursday, March 28, Board of Commissioners meeting.
Olma said that as of the end of February, there were 569 veterans enrolled in the program
Saturday (and Friday) track, baseball, softball, soccer and tennis results
TONASKET – Tonasket School Board members said they had never received as much feedback on an issue as they had over the potential elimination of the family consumer science vocational program at Tonasket High School.
TONASKET – A full day in court on Tuesday, March 19, resulted in a pair of favorable outcomes for the North Valley Hospital Board of Commissioners, which according to board chairwoman Helen Casey will allow the board to begin moving forward with finalizing the closure of the district’s Assisted Living facility.
Caribou Trail League and Central Washington 2B League Standings / Schedules / Season Results link Softball Tonasket 12, Liberty Bell 5 (NL) Boys Soccer Manson 5, Tonasket 1 (NL) Liberty Bell 6, Oroville 1 Tennis Entiat 4, Oroville 1 (boys) Oroville 3, Entiat 2 (girls) Granger 3, White Swan 2 (boys) (NL) Granger 4, White [...]
Poll of the Week
What can we do to help stop gun violence?
- Absolutely no restrictions on the 2nd Amendment right to bear arms (45%, 106 Votes)
- Better enforcement of the gun laws already in place (40%, 95 Votes)
- Increased spending on the treatment of mental illness (36%, 85 Votes)
- Improved, quicker system of federal background checks (26%, 62 Votes)
- Get rid of the gun show loophole, background checks for all gun purchases (24%, 57 Votes)
- Ban so-called "assault weapons" from private ownership (20%, 47 Votes)
- Ban all high-capacity magazines, limit capacity to 10 rounds (20%, 47 Votes)
- Restrict the private ownership of all guns (4%, 9 Votes)
Total Voters: 237