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Lady Tigers lost three last week

CASHMERE – The Tonasket High School softball team lost three games last week on the road.

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Tigers compete well at Real Dirt, Real Track meet

OKANOGAN -The Tonasket High School track team competed well at the Real Dirt, Real Track meet in Okanogan on Saturday, April 23 against Cashmere, Okanogan and Omak.

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Could we have an adult conversation about the environment?

Last Friday was “Earth Day.” It was intended to inspire awareness and appreciation for the Earth’s natural environment. Unfortunately it has become an opportunity for environmental extremists to demonize most human progress and promote their untested theories of a “green” economy.

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Letters to the Editor, April 28

Problem solved

I may be getting on in years andmay have eccentric opinions.

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Henry Sonny Didra

Sonny Didra, age 85, of Loomis died April 19, 2011 at North Valley Extended Care in Tonasket.

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THS senior field trip approved

TONASKET – The Tonasket School Board approved a Tonasket High School Class of 2011 senior field trip to Silverwood during the board meeting on Monday, April 25.

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Tonasket Police Officer Janet Storey resigns

TONASKET – The Tonasket City Council, in a special meeting on Friday, April 22, accepted the resignation of Tonasket Police Office Janet Storey, effective Saturday, April 30.

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Joanne Morris of Oroville addresses the crowd at the Okanogan County Public Utilities District’s information meeting on Tuesday, April 19. She said the straw that broke the camel’s back for her in regards to the PUD’s rates was when she realized she

Concerns heard, questions answered at PUD meeting

OKANOGAN – Concerns from Okanogan County Public Utility District customers were heard during a PUD information meeting on Tuesday, April 19 before frequent questions were answered during a prepared presentation.

The meeting was opened by PUD Board President Ernie Bolz who told the assembled crowd that informational meetings such as that evening’s would be planned for the last Tuesday of months with five Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m., although there will not be one in May. Each person wishing to speak before a planned presentation was then given three minutes for their comments.

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NCW BSM President Daralyn Hollenbeck presents Tonasket Ranger District Employees with plaque

Tonasket Rangers Partner with Blue Star Mothers

Blue Star Mothers Recipient of Tonasket Ranger District Employees Donation

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Letters to the Editor, April 21

Health Care forneediest

Fortunately I was able to read last week’s (April14th) one and only letter to the editor. However, my husband used thenewspaper as fire starter before I was able to write down the author’s name.

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