Church plans youth bass tournaments

OROVILLE – The Bible Faith Family Church in Oroville has organized a bass tournament open to young people ages eight to 16.

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<p align="right"><i> Submitted by Dick Mayer</i></p><p>There were 37 kids and almost 20 parents on hand to fish in the American Legion Post Fishing Derby June 10 at Round Lake.</p>

Tonasket American Legion sponsors fishing derby

AENEAS VALLELY – The Tonasket American Legion held a fishing derby for local children last week at Round Lake.

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<p align="right"><i> Photo by Charlene Helm</i></p><p>Tyler Caulkin of Odyssey Recycle in Omak says the company will pay cash for many non-ferrous materials, including brass, copper and aluminum.</p>

Odyssey Recycle recycles stuff normally thrown away

OMAK – Odyssey Recycle wants the chance to turn what you might think is junk into cash.

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Barber Edna Leslie

His and Her Haircuts has new Central location

OROVILLE – Edna Leslie has packed up her scissors and shears and moved to a new location off Central Ave. in Oroville.

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Patricia Libby

Patricia A. Libby

Patricia A. Libby, much loved daughter, sister and friend of many, passed away peacefully at Sacred Heart Hospital in Spokane on May 18, 2008. She will never be forgotten

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Robert ‘Bob’ Patrick Timm

Bob Timm passed away May 30, 2008 at his home on the family ranch. Bob was born Aug. 14, 1950 to Fred and Sally Mary Timm of Okanogan.

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<p align="right"><i> Photos by Amy Veneziano</i></p><p>From left, Dave Sunde, Trygve Culp and Tom Winsor dump gravel on a newly-installed turnpike at the Antoine Trail last week. This spot is about a mile from Forest Service road access.</p>

Backcountry Horsemen put in hours clearing trails

ANTOINE TRAIL, HAVILLAH – Digging holes doesn’t immediately come to mind as an activity for a group called the Backcountry Horsemen.

But on one rainy spring day, it was exactly the plan.

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Oroville receives FAA funding, accepts bid for airport fencing

OROVILLE – The Oroville City Council approved a $403,985 FAA grant and accepted a bid from a contractor to build a fence and two helipads at the city’s airport.

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Five register to run in Okanogan County

OKANOGAN – As of 5 p.m. on June 9, only five candidates had registered to run for positions in Okanogan county, according to the county auditor’s office. Registration closed June 6.

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<html>  <head>  </head>  <body>    <p align="right"><i>Submitted by Career Tech teacher Ed Naillon</i>    </p>    <p>Students begin assembly of the roof section of the gazebo.    </p>  </body></html>

Career Tech class building gazebo for Centennial Park

OROVILLE – Career and Technical Education teacher Ed Naillon appreciates that the Centennial Park Committee thought of his students when they needed a gazebo built for the new park.

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<html>  <head>  </head>  <body>    <div align="right"><i>Photo by Terry Mills</i>    </div>    <p>    </p>    <p>    Jessie Hedlund (right) and Jessie Attwood greet friends and family after the ceremony at Tonasket High School.    </p>  </body></html>

Tonasket High School produces 67 new graduates

TONASKET – Saturday marked a major milestone in the lives of 67 young adults.

On June 7, 2008, those 67 went from high school students to high school graduates in a two-hour ceremony in the Tonasket High School gym.

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