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Tonasket junior Peter Williams working hard to avoid being pinned during his match in the 145 pound weight class at the Warden Invitational on Saturday, Jan. 9. Williams finished the tournament in second place. Photo by Janine McCormick

Tigers wrestle to third place at Warden Invitational

WARDEN – Just two days after losing their match to Omak, the Tonasket wrestling team finished third at the Warden Invitational.

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Tonasket junior Corbin Moser looks for an open teammate to pass the ball to during the Tigers’ home loss to Cashmere on Saturday, Jan. 9. Also shown is senior Blake Long (14) and junior Zach Neal. Photo by Emily Hanson

Tigers still trying to play whole game

TONASKET – The Tonasket boys’ basketball team allowed 67 points to an opponent twice last week in their battle to play a complete game.

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Tonasket junior Shelby Olma looks for a teammate to pass to past Cashmere senior Shelby Holt during Tonasket’s home game against Cashmere on Saturday, Jan. 9. Photo by Emily Hanson

Lady Tigers lost two league games

TONASKET – The Tonasket girls’ basketball team lost to Cashmere at home days after losing to Okanogan on the road, making their record 0-4 in the Caribou Trail League, 1-10 overall.

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Murder trials continued to February

OKANOGAN – The murder trials for Tansy Mathis, Brent Phillips and David Richards have been continued to the week of Feb. 9.

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Oroville still working on Shoreline Management Plan

OROVILLE – Despite the county running out of grant money to update their Shoreline Master Plan, Oroville and the other incorporated cities of the county will pool resources to complete their own plans.

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Tonasket senior April Webber handles the ball against Cascade Christian girls despite being double-teamed on Tuesday, Dec. 29. Photo by John Cleveland, II

Lady Tigers bring home first win at Brewster Tournament

BREWSTER – The Tonasket girls’ basketball team won their first game of the season during the Brewster Tournament on Tuesday, Dec. 29 and Wednesday, Dec. 30.

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Tonasket sophomore Damon Halvorsen makes a layup shot against Cascade Christian during the Tigers first game at the Brewster Tournament on Tuesday, Dec. 29. Photo by John Cleveland, II

Tigers look for win after two losses at Brewster Tournament

BREWSTER – The Tonasket boys’ basketball team is looking for a league win after losing two non-league games during the Brewster Tournament on Tuesday, Dec. 29 and Wednesday, Dec. 30.

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Josh Lofthus, Lee Leavell and Justin Dellinger watch as teammate Keegan McCormick wrestles Raleigh Beckstrom, a senior from Reardon High School, at the Royal Tournament on Tuesday, Dec. 29 in the 171 pound weight class. McCormick won the match despite Bec

Tiger wrestlers take sixth at Royal Tournament

ROYAL CITY – The Tonasket wrestling team placed sixth out of 18 teams at the annual Royal Wrestling Tournament on Tuesday, Dec. 29.

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Tonasket City Council approves salaries and benefits for 2010

TONASKET – The salaries and benefit for city employees were approved along with the 2010 budget during the Tonasket City Council meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 22.

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There was still room left in the bed of the truck at OK Chevrolet for food and coat donations the week before the drive finished. Until 5 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 31 food donations could still be made to help the Tonasket Food Bank and coat donations can be

Successful coat and food drive at OK Chevrolet

TONASKET – Food and coat donations can still be made to fill the bed of a truck at OK Chevrolet until 5 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 31.

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