BREWSTER – The Tonasket boys’ basketball team continued their league losing streak last week with two more losses on the road.
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Sylvia Joan (Anglin) Vail passed away Jan. 14, 2010 in Monroe, Wash. Born to Lois Irene (Duvall) and Howard Marion Anglin in Bremerton , Wash. on Feb. 9, 1938, Sylvia moved with her family to Hanford, Wash. later settling in Naches where she grew up with a love of horses, holding a job at Erickson Stables. She loved to sing and loved classical and popular music from an early age. In high school, she participated in both concert band and marching band. She was an excellent seamstress. Sylvia graduated from Naches Valley High School in 1956, salutatorian of her class.
Glen Adrian Matthew Marchand, 59, of Oroville died on Jan. 20, 2010 at home in Oroville. He was born on Sept. 21, 1950 in Penticton, B.C. to parents George and Sophie Marchand.
Linda L. Pruitt, age 82, of Tonasket died on Friday, Jan. 22, 2010 at the North Valley Extended Care in Tonasket.
The economy is collapsing and despite Obama’s claims to the contrary, the government cannot get us out of this. The problem is that government spending does not add any real value to the economy. All the government can do is to “redistribute the wealth.” And redistribution does nothing to expand or create new wealth… That is why communism has failed everywhere it has been tried.
TONASKET – The Tonasket Tigers took second place while the Oroville Hornets tied for fifth at the Apple Pie Tournament on Saturday, Jan. 16.
TONASKET – In one week, the Tonasket wrestling team lost a close match to Cashmere before taking down the ninth-raked Lake Roosevelt Raiders.
LEAVENWORTH – The Tonasket girls’ basketball team finished a long week of travel with a loss to Cascade after also losing to Lake Roosevelt earlier in the week.
LEAVENWORTH – After losing two more games last week and increasing their losing streak to eight this season, the Tonasket boys’ basketball team is hoping for a win this week.
TONASKET – The Tonasket Chamber of Commerce is looking for a way to welcome travelers through town on their way to the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, B.C. next month.