As Coordinatorfor the Oroville Ambulance Service, I would like to take this opportunity toexpress my appreciation and to give a big thank you to the Oroville Ambulancecrew. This group of individuals provides the City of Oroville and surroundingareas with round the clock emergency medical services. One has to be trulydedicated in order to meet the demands of our calls, the ongoing training andmeeting the ever-changing requirements in the world of EMS. Oroville Ambulancedoes just that and does it well. I am proud, and it is my pleasure to continueworking and growing with Oroville Ambulance Service. You truly make adifference in the care for our community.
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John P. Harris age 89 of Tonasket passed away on Wednesday, May 12, 2010. He was born on June 7, 1920 in Jackson Hole, Wyoming to parents Earle and Elizabeth Harris.
Eric Donald Gilge, 36, of Omak, passed away on May 13, 2010 due to complications from juvenile diabetes.
Kathryn Fletcher passed away on Wednesday, May 12, 2010 at the North Valley Nursing Home in Tonasket at the age of 89.
When a person dies, many euphemisms begin to be spoken. If he or she was old, then it was a full life, but if young then it ended before it was time.
OKANOGAN – Superior Court Judge T.W. “Chip” Small sentenced Tansy Fae Arwen Mathis and David Eugene Richards for the murder of Michelle Kitterman in a hearing Tuesday, May 11.
My liberal minded Editor in Chelan has challenged me once again to debate the merits of liberalism vs. conservatism. He begins by “setting the facts straight.” So let’s begin by conceding the facts we all agree on.
Hospital donation appreciated
Regarding the donation of $45,000 for Hospital Construction Project. Dr.David Webber and the Board of Directors of Wenatchee Valley Medical Center:
Adeline Mastick was born in Victoria, B.C. on Sept. 17, 1913 and lived in Olympia, Wash. for most of her first 94 years.
Cecile Barbara Erickson of Oroville passed away suddenly at home on May 2, 2010 at the age of 71.