TONASKET – With a 45-28 home victory over Chelan on Friday, Jan. 29, the Tonasket wrestling team (5-2) finished their season third in the Caribou Trail League.
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Bill “Unc” Rotter, age 85, of Tonasket died on Monday, Jan. 25, 2010 in East Wenatchee. He was born on Aug. 28, 1924 in Seattle to parents Benjamin and Margaret Rotter.
Clara Isabelle Burton, 81, of Tonasket went to be with the Lord on Jan. 30, 2010 at home surrounded by her family. Clara was born on July 12, 1928 in Washington, Mo., the oldest of twelve children born to Frank and Kathryn Cline.
TONASKET – The 26th Annual Tonasket Kiwanis Club Groundhog Dinner will be on Saturday, Feb. 6 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Tonasket High School Commons.
OKANOGAN – The North Valley Hospital District Board met with the Okanogan County Commissioners and county treasurer on Tuesday, Jan. 26 to discuss their plan to pay off the $3.2 million in warrants they owe the county.
TONASKET – The city council, along with the consultant from Highlands Associates, is working on the shoreline master plan.
Kurt Danison gave the council an update on the Okanogan County Planning Commission’s Comprehensive Plan and Critical Mass Plan before talking with them about the shoreline master plan during the meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 26. Danison explained to the council the Early Adopter Grant for the Shoreline Master Plans which are given to cities that adopt their shoreline master plans before 2010.
SPOKANE – After beating the Okanogan Bulldogs earlier in the week, the Tonasket wrestling team traveled to Spokane for the Dream Duals Tournament, where they didn’t fair as well.
BREWSTER – A series of away games ended with another loss for the struggling Tonasket girls’ basketball team last week.
BREWSTER – The Tonasket boys’ basketball team continued their league losing streak last week with two more losses on the road.
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.