TONASKET – Revenues aren’t coming into Tonasket’s coffers as quickly as anticipated, but overall revenue should be about the same as last year.
TONASKET – The Tonasket School Board continued the process of updating its policies at its Monday, Oct. 10 board meeting, taking the next step its year-long project.
OKANOGAN – Okanogan County Treasurer Leah McCormack is reminding taxpayers that the last half of their Okanogan County property taxes and their irrigation assessments are due by Oct. 31.
OROVILLE – Haunted Houses and Haunted Hayrides, a Halloween Carnival and a Halloween Party, are all planned before and during the upcoming holiday in Oroville and Tonasket.
TONASKET – The 2012 Miss Tonasket Founders’ Day Rodeo Queen competition may well have come down to one, final impromptu question.
When asked whether or not it was more important for a rodeo queen to arrive on time or looking nice at an event, Cortney Ingle had the perfect answer.
“Well, in my opinion,” she replied, “if you’re on time, you had everything planned so you would be looking nice.”
TONASKET – After a nationwide search and a lengthy interview process, the Okanogan Valley Gazette-Tribune has chosen Brent Baker, someone already living right in the community, to cover the Tonasket beat.
TONASKET – The Tonasket School Board is continuing to review their board policies with the goal of having them all updated by the end of the school year.
OROVILLE – The folks at Oroville RE/MAX Realty and Taber’s Taste of Summer are promising an even bigger and scarier ride this year.
OROVILLE – Emergency equipment seemed to be on the minds of Oroville mayor and city council at their Tuesday, Oct. 4 meeting with discussion again heating up regarding the purchase of a rescue boat.
TONASKET – Five young ladies have thrown their hats in the ring for the honor of being named Miss Tonasket and representing the community as the 2012 Tonasket Founders Day Rodeo Queen.The candidates are Cortney Ingle, Breanna Howell, Karlie Henneman, Emily Tieje and Kayla Davis. Four of the girls attend Tonasket High School and for the first time one of the candidates is from Oroville High School. They will have a chance to show off their horsemanship at a competition to be held at the Tonasket Rodeo Grounds this Saturday, Oct. 15 starting at 10 a.m. Then at 7 p.m. there will be speeches and a question and answer session at the Tonasket Eagles and the judges will select next year’s Rodeo Queen who will receive her sash and crown that night.