Bradley Clarence Wildermuth was born March 1, 1965 in Oliver, B.C. Brad grew up in Oroville.
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OROVILLE – The selection of the 2011 Oroville May Festival Queen and Princesses will take place on Monday, Jan. 17 at 7 p.m. in the Oroville High School Commons.
The community is invited to attend Selection Night, the only place where voting is held this year, to help select the queen and her court. This year’s candidates are Madison Hatch, Kylie Richardson, Kelsey Hughes and Naomi Peters, all juniors at Oroville High School. They have each provided a short biography about themselves, their families, school and activities:
Richard Neal Morris, age 62, died Dec. 20, 2010 in Salina, Utah. Richard was the eighth child born to Chester Lawrence and Florence Wood Morris on July 11, 1948 in Tonasket.
TONASKET – With the introduction of patient representatives to North Valley Hospital, patients and their families are now treated like VIPs.
Medaine Gates Thomason passed away Dec. 14, 2010 in Ellensburg, Wash. She was born Nov. 16, 1923 in Molson, to Emma and John Gates.
TONASKET – Due to decisions by the state government at a recent legislative session, the Tonasket School District is once again facing budget cuts.
TONASKET – The goal amount for the North Valley Hospital District warrants was announced as being met during the hospital board’s meeting on Thursday, Dec. 16.
TONASKET – With the official resignation of Tonasket City Council Member Connie Maden at their regular meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 14, there is another seat on the council open for appointment.
PATEROS – After four games, the Tonasket boys’ basketball team is undefeated so far.
EPHRATA – The Tonasket wrestling team finished second at the Ephrata Tournament last week days after defeating the Oroville team in a match.