TONASKET – After a hard loss to Lake Roosevelt, the Tonasket girls basketball team came back to beat Chelan, the number one team in the Caribou Trail League.
About Gazette-Tribune Staff
Stories by Gazette-Tribune Staff
TONASKET – The Tonasket boys basketball team improved their performances against Lake Roosevelt and Chelan last week.
CHELAN – In the last league match before districts, the Tonasket wrestling team lost to Chelan, 46-27 on Thursday, Jan. 29.
At 160 pounds, Kevin Cruz won his match by decision, 9-0. Sophomore Keegan McCormick won his match at 171 pounds by a technical fault, 17-1. Senior Trey Jensen won by a pin at 135 pounds.
Dorothy Grace DenHerder Zosel passed away after a brief illness at Central Washington Hospital in Wenatchee on Jan. 30, 2009.
Jennieve ‘Jennie” Jennings Ramos of Oroville passed away Friday, Jan. 30, 2009 at the Harmony House in Brewster, after an extended illness.
LOOMIS – Sully’s Caf&#233; burned down on Thursday, Jan. 22.
“The caf&#233; caught fire in the early morning and the emergency calls were made about five minutes before 6 a.m.,” Chris Elder, caf&#233; owner, said. She added that Jerry Ogle, who owns the Loomis Kwik Stop, called in the fire.
LEAVENWORTH – The Tonasket girls basketball team finished a three game week against Cascade on Saturday, Jan. 17, winning all three games.
LEAVENWORTH – The Tonasket boys’ basketball team ended a hard week in Leavenworth on Saturday, Jan. 17 with a loss, 52-34.
COULEE DAM – The Tonasket boys wrestling team beat the Lake Roosevelt team 45-27 on Thursday, Jan. 15.
Lauretta Jean Ramey
Lauretta Jean Ramey, 65, Kennewick, Wash., beloved daughter of Zane and Laura Jean Ramey, Omak, died at the Kennewick General Hospital on Dec. 19, 2008.
She was born in St. Martin’s Hospital, Tonasket on April 15, 1943 to Zane and Laura Jean Ramey. She grew up and attended schools in Oroville and Tonasket. She married Daren Shook on May 28, 1960 and they had three boys, Fuzzy, Dean and Ross (deceased July 1, 1983).