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Harold Kommer

A memorial for Harold Kommer will be held at his house, 32562 Hwy. 97, Oroville, on Saturday, April 14 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

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Letters to the Editor, April 5, 2012

Board chairman should resign

Dear Gary,
Your opinion piece in the most recent edition of the Gazette-Tribune brought up a valid point regarding the Oroville School board and chairperson Mr. Phil Barker in particular.
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Oroville bats come alive in loss to Bridgeport

Oroville baseball, soccer, tennis an Tonasket softball, baseball and soccer reports

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This week’s high school schedule (April 5-14)

This week’s games – Apr 5 – Apr 14 (Schedules subject to change) Saturday, April 7 Softball – Oroville at Brewster (2), 11:00 am Monday, April 9 Golf – Oroville at Moses Pte. GC, 2:30 pm Tennis – Tonasket at Chelan, 4:30 pm Tuesday, April 10 Baseball – Okanogan at Tonasket, 4:30 pm Baseball – [...]

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A big part of Jeff Sandberg Jr's job with a band this size was to keep the kids focused and their attention on his conducting.

Monster Music Festival comes to Oroville

OROVILLE – The Monster Music Festival came to Oroville last week bringing together 270 student musicians from all over North Central Washington.

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Michael ‘Mickey’ Burton

Michael “Mickey” Burton, age 77 of Havillah, died on Monday, March 26, 2012 at his home in Havillah. He was born on Jan. 23, 1935 in Albuquerque, N.M….

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Marijuana Roundtable in Tonasket Friday

The March 30th Friday Night Coffeehouse at the Tonasket Community Cultural Center will include a roundtable discussion about marijuana.

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Mildred Mae Verbeck

Mildred Mae Verbeck

Mildred Mae Verbeck was born to David and Cora Jane Holl in Weiser, Idaho in 1914.

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Ray E. Orcutt

OROVILLE – Oroville’s fifth annual Kite Day will be held at the Bud Clark Ballfields on Saturday, March 31, starting at 10 a.m.

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Oroville keeps moratorium on pot dispensaries, co-op grows

OROVILLE – The state might say it’s legal, but as far as the feds are concerned marijuana, medical or otherwise, is still verboten.

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