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Tonasket’s Got Talent: Students Bring the House Down During Awards Night

TONASKET – Tonasket High School students shined showing off a variety of talents ranging from singing and dancing to comedy skits during a two-hour long presentation of skills during their annual Winterfest 2018 Award and Talent Show Friday, March 9.

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Public input sought on 2018 Homeless Housing Plan draft

The public is invited to provide input on the 2018 Homeless Housing Plan draft being prepared by the Housing Coalition for Okanogan County.

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New site tracks County Commissioners’ actions

Citizens involved with Okanogan County Watch group post notes on Board of County Commissioners’ actions on website

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Tiger Cubs headed to Regional Spelling Bee

TONASKET – Fourth grader Calvin Sutton took first place and third grader Xenohon (Xen) Fardys took second place in the Tonasket Elementary Spelling Bee January 31.

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‘Governed’ documentary portrays fight for freedom

TONASKET – A preview showing of “Governed vs Governing: the Bundy Standoff,” held at Tonasket High School Dec. 16 and hosted by Mark Herr, gave audience members lots to think about over the holidays and beyond.

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NVH CFO resigns

TONASKET – Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Julie Leonard resigned from her position at North Valley Hospital Friday, Dec. 1.

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Students get to choose free books at Scholastic Book Fair

TONASKET – Tonasket Elementary School students had fun choosing a free book at the Scholastic Book Fair this week, courtesy of TES Principal Jeremy Clark and parent volunteer Debby Green.

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OVOC to bring “The Snowman” to life Dec. 9

OMAK – The Okanogan Valley Orchestra and Chorus (OVOC) will be bringing “The Snowman” to life Saturday, Dec. 9., at 2 p.m.

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Winterfest happens this weekend

TONASKET – The Tonasket Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the annual Winterfest with a few changes to the schedule this year.

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Students collect over 2,000 pounds of food

TONASKET – Tonasket Elementary students broke their school record in the annual food drive, gathering 2,219.6 pounds of food last week.

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