CHELAN – Just days after a shutout loss to Cascade at home, the Tigers pulled together for a win over Chelan on the road.
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CASHMERE – Despite scoring the first touchdown of the night, the Tonasket Tigers were unable to leave Cashmere victorious on Friday, Oct. 9, where they lost 49-7 to the number four ranked Bulldogs.
COULEE DAM – The Tonasket cross country team continued running strong last week in the Omak Invitational and the Lake Roosevelt Invitational.
TONASKET – The Tigers shut-out the Brewster Bears for a 34-0 Homecoming victory on Friday, Oct. 2.
CHELAN – The Tonasket boys and girls cross country teams are learning to run together in order to push each other for better times, as they proved during the Omak-Chelan Tonasket dual.
WINTHROP – The Tonasket girls’ soccer team ended last week with a loss to Liberty Bell after losing to Okanogan earlier in the week.
TONASKET – After two home games in their fourth week of play, the Tonasket volleyball team is still winless in the Caribou Trail League.
TONASKET – The new teachers in the Tonasket School District say they feel welcomed by the community since school started.
“The Tonasket School District has been wonderful,” Amy Cheeseman, part-time third grade teacher, part-time reading intervention instructor at Tonasket Elementary School, said. “From day one I have felt welcomed, supported and encouraged. It is comforting to be working in such a close knit community.”
Clara Louise Grace died peacefully at North Valley Extended Care in Tonasket on Sept. 25, 2009.
Joyce Elaine (Sloan) Birch was born in Nine Mile Falls, Wash. on Nov. 11, 1932, the second daughter of Orville and Helena Sloan. She passed away in Spokane on Oct. 1, 2009.