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Dorthyan Lund

Dorthyan Lund

Dorthyan Lund, age 92, passed away on Nov. 26, 2009 in Sammamish, Wash. She was born in Portland, Ore. to Florence and James W. Ethington on May 24, 1917.

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Thelma G. Blackmore

Thelma G. Blackmore, age 68, of Oroville died on Thursday, Dec. 10, 2009 at her home in Oroville.

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Outgoing Tonasket Mayor Patrick Walter received a plaque at the last regular city council meeting honoring his years of service.

Special meeting set for Dec. 22 to discuss 2010 Tonasket employee salaries

TONASKET – The city council set a special meeting for Tuesday, Dec. 22 at 7 p.m. to discuss the 2010 salaries of city employees during their regular meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 8.

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Freedom of speech not limited to individuals

The Catholic Church has finally decided to take a stand against the powerful Kennedy clan. Bishop Thomas Tobin has asked Senator Edward Kennedy not to take Communion because of his open support of abortion. Kennedy’s position is in direct conflict with the church’s teaching on the abortion issue.

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A crowd of about 50 people met at the Virginia Grainger Elementary School on Thursday, Dec. 3 to continue discussions on the Okanogan County Comprehensive Plan. Jon Wyss of the coalition was the main speaker. Photos by Emily Hanson

Coalition for Property Rights still working on Comp Plan

OKANOGAN – About fifty people were in attendance for the latest meeting of the Okanogan Coalition for Property Rights at the Virginia Grainger Elementary School on Thursday, Dec. 3.

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The Tonasket High School 2009-2010 varsity boys’ basketball team. In the front from left to right are: John Stedtfeld, Terrell Cross, Corbin Moser and Tyler Thornton. In the back from left to right are: RJ Roeber, Colton Ayers, Wade DeTillian, Zach Neal

Tonasket boys’ basketball working hard together

TONASKET – The 2009-2010 boys’ basketball team is working hard together to improve on their record last season.

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The Tonasket High School 2009-2010 girls’ varsity and junior varsity basketball teams. In the front row from left to right are: Michelle Carlson, Taylor Ayers, Karen Keeton, Ameerah Cholmondeley, Lidia Yaussy Albright, Karlie Henneman and Raven Goudeau.

Tonasket girls’ basketball starting fresh with new coach

TONASKET – The Tonasket girls’ basketball team is starting fresh this year with a new coach.

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The Tonasket High School 2009-2010 wrestling team. In the front from left to right are: Collier Brereton, Jared Stedtfeld, Enrique Ortega, Austin Booker, Dalton Wahl and Collin Aitcheson. In the middle from left to right are: Barry Pentz, Peter Williams,

Tonasket wrestling team working to maximize potential

TONASKET – With several returning wrestlers this season, the Tonasket wrestling team is working to maximize their potential under long-time head coach Dave Mitchell.

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O, America, I hear you calling

My wife and I sat down to watch the new Celtic Womanconcert Saturday night. Irish music has always provided me with greatinspiration and in that regard Saturday night’s offering did not disappoint.But one song in particular from this concert caught my attention, their newsong is titled, “O, America!” For me the song was a dramatic reminder of thepromise our country has provided to a troubled world.

“O, America you’re calling. I can hear you calling me.”

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<p class=PhotoByline>Photo by Emily Hanson</p><p class=PhotoCutline>The Tonasket High School drumline performing for theschool board on Monday, Nov. 23 before their meeting. The drumline consists ofShane Long, Damon Halvorsen, Stephen Hulse, Collier Brere

Tonasket School Board still deciding on levy amount

TONASKET – The school board was still deciding on the amount they will be trying to pass with the 2010 levy after their meeting on Monday, Nov. 23.

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