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Tonasket senior Trey Jensen wrestling against Chelan on Thursday, Jan. 29. Jensen won his match at 135 pounds by a pin. Photo by Les Bowen

Tonasket wrestling heading to districts

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.

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Dorothy Zosel

Dorothy Grace DenHerder Zosel passed away after a brief illness at Central Washington Hospital in Wenatchee on Jan. 30, 2009.

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Jennieve ‘Jennie’ Jennings Ramos

Jennieve ‘Jennie” Jennings Ramos of Oroville passed away Friday, Jan. 30, 2009 at the Harmony House in Brewster, after an extended illness.

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Sully’s, a Loomis landmark, destroyed by fire

LOOMIS – Sully’s Café burned down on Thursday, Jan. 22.

“The café caught fire in the early morning and the emergency calls were made about five minutes before 6 a.m.,” Chris Elder, café owner, said. She added that Jerry Ogle, who owns the Loomis Kwik Stop, called in the fire.

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Photo by Terry MillsTonasket's Jessica Kitterman shoots the ball in the Tigers' game against Lake Roosevelt on Tuesday, Jan. 13. The Tigers won with 3.8 seconds left 61-60. Also shown are Moyatat Bell-Bart and Tiffany Adkins from Lake Roosevelt and Dana P

Tonasket girls basketball won three games last week

LEAVENWORTH – The Tonasket girls basketball team finished a three game week against Cascade on Saturday, Jan. 17, winning all three games.

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Photo by Terry MillsSenior Austin Olma of Tonasket tries to make a shot from under the hoop in Tonasket's game against Lake Roosevelt on Tuesday, Jan. 13. The Tigers lost, 66-39. Also shown are freshman Ty Egbert of Lake Roosevelt, senior Bryce Johnson (#

Tonasket boys basketball facing frustrating situation

LEAVENWORTH – The Tonasket boys’ basketball team ended a hard week in Leavenworth on Saturday, Jan. 17 with a loss, 52-34.

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Tonasket Tigers wrestling beats Lake Roosevelt 45-27

COULEE DAM – The Tonasket boys wrestling team beat the Lake Roosevelt team 45-27 on Thursday, Jan. 15.

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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).

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Tonasket City Council extends school zone to East Fourth Street

TONASKET – To increase safety on the streets surrounding the Tonasket School District, the city council approved Ordinance No. 662 at their meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 13.

The ordinance adds an additional subsection to Chapter 10.08 of the Tonasket Municipal Code entitled “Speed Limits” stating that:

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Kari Alexander, the 2009 Tonasket Chamber of Commerce President, presented David Kester, outgoing Chamber President, with the 2008 Chamber President’s Award. Kester was also awarded Citizen of the Year by the organization at the chamber banquet held Thu

Kester named Tonasket ‘Citizen of the Year’

TONASKET – The awards for business, organization and citizen of the year were presented at the annual Tonasket Chamber of Commerce banquet on Thursday, Jan. 15.

Wild Rose Floral Design, owned by Kelli Podkranic and Jay Johann, was honored with the 2008 Business of the Year award, presented by Helen Casey.

“You’ll note as you go down main street that this Tonasket Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year has truly made a difference, creating a bright spot with sign board and balloons waving in the air, a great main street presence this year,” Casey said in her presentation of the award.

Casey listed several of the ways Wild Rose Floral Design has made a difference to the Tonasket community, including helping with the school Gear Up program and the Washington, D.C. kids, enriching them with a work study program on the art of floral arrangements, which were then sold as a fund raiser for the trip. The business also provides flower arrangements for the assisted living and nursing home and has helped behind the scenes with the fair and 4H projects.

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