TONASKET – The city council is still considering placing a four-way stop at the intersection of Fourth and Whitcomb after a Department of Transportation representative attended their meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 27.
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TONASKET – The Tonasket School District Board of Directors announced they will run a levy on April 27, 2010 during their board meeting on Monday, Oct. 26.
A gathering in celebration of the life of Chris MacFarland will be held on Saturday, Nov. 7 at 2 p.m. at the Tonasket Senior Center.
NORTH COUNTY – In addition to a $7 million hospital bond issue, voters are being asked to decide who will be Tonasket’s next mayor and who will sit in an Oroville School Director’s position after the incumbent was forced to drop out of the race.
The ballots for the upcoming general election are due on Tuesday, Nov. 3.
TONASKET – The Tigers were pumped up and roaring to go before their game against the Lake Roosevelt Raiders on Friday, Oct. 16 and their intensity stayed high during their 50-6 victory.
CHELAN – Just two days after achieving their first victory of the season, the Tonasket volleyball team lost on the road to Chelan.
COLVILLE – The Tonasket cross country runners who competed in the Colville meet this season ran their best times for a 5,000 meter race.
BREWSTER – The Tonasket soccer team suffered two hard losses last week against Omak and Brewster.
Roxy Ann (Mattix) Cox was born July 31, 1962 and passed away Oct. 13, 2009.
TONASKET – Taylor Ayers became the third generation of Ayers women to be crowned Miss Tonasket Rodeo Queen during the coronation ceremony at the Tonasket Eagles on Saturday, Oct. 17.
The ceremony, led by Mike Stansbury, was the culmination of the Miss Tonasket Rodeo Queen competition which started at 10 a.m. Saturday with the horsemanship competition. Personal interviews with each contestant were done on Saturday evening and the coronation began at 7 p.m.