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.
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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.
Dorthy E. Finsen, age 94, of Oroville, died on May 7, 2010 at Oroville. She was born July 29, 1915 in Hays City, Kan. to George and Mary Noel.
The driver of one vehicle is dead and a second vehicle’s driver injured after a head-on collision just south of Beebe Bridge around 1:15 p.m. Wednesday, according to the Washington State Patrol.
OKANOGAN – After less than 12-hours in deliberations, the jury for the Michelle Kitterman murder trial have found Tansy Fae Arwen Mathis and David Eugene Richards guilty.
TONASKET – In two home doubleheader games, the Tonasket baseball team finished 2-0 over Oroville and 0-2 over Lake Roosevelt last week.
TONASKET – After hours of competition in track and field events, the Tonasket boys’ track team finished in third place at the Tonasket Invitational meet while the Tiger girls finished fourth.