OROVILLE – The 2010 Veterans Day Assembly was held at Oroville High School from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 11 and put on by the 2010 Senior Class.
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TONASKET – The Tonasket City Council is still deciding on whether or not to raise property taxes by one percent for 2011.
Voters spoke loud and clear last Tuesday for those willing to look and listen. Taxes are too high and the socialist agenda of the left is just wrong for the U.S.
Election results: More of the same in store for the country
Thereare a lot of people pointing to the recent mid-term elections as a sign thatthere is a growing dissatisfaction with the Democratic and Republican Parties.They feel that just throwing the bums out things will return to normal,whatever that is.
Laura Ann Kinamon, age 79, of Omak died on Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2010 at the North Valley Extended Care in Tonasket. She was born on June 10, 1931 in Issaquah, the youngest of three girls to parents Walter and Orpha McDonald.
TONASKET – The preliminary 2011 budget for the North Valley Hospital District was presented to the board during their meeting on Thursday, Nov. 4.
OKANOGAN COUNTY – The Okanogan TV District #1 has recently finished work on their satellites on Omak and Pickens Mountains to be able to broadcast their eight channels digitally.
WATERVILLE – During the fourth day of testimony in Lacey Hirst-Pavek’s trial for her suspected involvement in the murder of Michelle Kitterman, a witness was able to connect her with the three people already convicted in the case.
While being examined by Prosecuting Attorney Karl Sloan, Brian Hohman from Spokane connected Hirst-Pavek to Tansy Mathis, David Richards and Brent Phillips during his testimony on Monday, Nov. 8. Hohman was a customer of Mathis’ and Mathis introduced him to Richards. Through his drug buying relationship with Richards, Hohman met Phillips, whom he only knew as “Hollywood.” Hohman knew Mathis for approximately eight months prior to the murder of Kitterman in the early morning hours of March 1, 2009, according to his testimony.
God saw Sandra was getting tired; a cure was not to be. So he put his arms around her and whispered “Come with me.” On Oct. 21, 2010 Sandra D. Brown received a special offer from her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ that she could not refuse.
Leaving our troops in harms way while tying their hands in ways that make it impossible for them to win is immoral. We should have learned that lesson from Viet Nam.