TONASKET – One third of the way through 2011, North Valley Hospital District is doing well.
TONASKET – The U.S. Forest Service recently announced that it had awarded more than $122,300 to four Pacific Northwest national forests to support conservation education programs, including almost $11,000 for high school students in low-income areas of the Okanogan Valley studying the effects of the 2006 Tripod Fire.
TONASKET – Pleasant Glade, a green community, was approved by the Tonasket City Council during their regular meeting on Tuesday, April 26.
OKANOGAN – For more than three years a new comprehensive plan has been in the works in Okanogan County, but vehement disapproval from residents has stymied the plan’s adoption.
OROVILLE – Representatives from Carbon Cycle Crush, a business that plans to create canola oil from seeds trucked in from Canadian growers, met with city, county officials and others to give an update on their plans as well as a tour of their facility.
“I am glad to be here on such a beautiful day, we’ve made a lot of progress since January when I was last here,” said Byran McCann, CEO for Carbon Cycle Investments, the parent company of Carbon Cycle Crush (CCC). “We are not quite where we wanted to be yet, but we’re getting there.”
Tim King, CCC’s President said the company has repaired the roof of the old Oro Warehouse where the seed mills, hoppers and other machinery is being housed.
TONASKET – Okanogan Highlands Alliance (OHA) announces an opportunity on May 6th, 2011 to absorb the beauty and ingenuity of Washington loons, as Daniel and Virginia Poleschook share from their observations, research and conservation work…
SPOKANE – A Nespelem man found guilty of the second degree murder of a fellow member of the Colville Confederated Tribes has been sent to prison.
TONASKET – The Tonasket School Board approved a Tonasket High School Class of 2011 senior field trip to Silverwood during the board meeting on Monday, April 25.
TONASKET – The Tonasket City Council, in a special meeting on Friday, April 22, accepted the resignation of Tonasket Police Office Janet Storey, effective Saturday, April 30.
OKANOGAN – Concerns from Okanogan County Public Utility District customers were heard during a PUD information meeting on Tuesday, April 19 before frequent questions were answered during a prepared presentation.
The meeting was opened by PUD Board President Ernie Bolz who told the assembled crowd that informational meetings such as that evening’s would be planned for the last Tuesday of months with five Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m., although there will not be one in May. Each person wishing to speak before a planned presentation was then given three minutes for their comments.