OKANOGAN – There will be a Special Election on Tuesday, Feb. 8, 2011 to decide whether to change the make-up of the Oroville School Board to allow one at-large position.
OROVILLE – At their Tuesday, Dec. 21 meeting, Oroville Councilman Tony Koepke brought up the need for an ordinance regarding those who want to plow driveways and sidewalks.
OROVILLE – Superintendent Steve Quick reported to the school board about his trip to the Dominican Republic and meeting with the foundation that has provided exchanges between Oroville and a high school there the last two years
TONASKET – With the introduction of patient representatives to North Valley Hospital, patients and their families are now treated like VIPs.
OROVILLE – The Oroville City Council adopted a 2011 budget of $6,368,500, approximately $2 million less than the 2010 budget due to fewer major projects slated in the new year.
TONASKET – Due to decisions by the state government at a recent legislative session, the Tonasket School District is once again facing budget cuts.
TONASKET – All four 2011 officer positions for the Tonasket Chamber of Commerce are now filled.
OROVILLE – As road conditions become more treacherous, two recent incidents on Highway 97 led to fatalities last week, according to the Washington State Patrol.
TONASKET – The goal amount for the North Valley Hospital District warrants was announced as being met during the hospital board’s meeting on Thursday, Dec. 16.
TONASKET – With the official resignation of Tonasket City Council Member Connie Maden at their regular meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 14, there is another seat on the council open for appointment.