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Okanogan County PUD plans power outage April 6

The Okanogan County PUD has announced a planned power outage beginning at 11:45 p.m. Thursday, April 6, lasting for about six hours.

Tonasket public pool slated to open in June

With a little bit of luck local residents will have new place to cool off this summer.

Crab feed is planned Saturday in Grand Coulee

A community crab feed is planned for 5-8 p.m. Saturday, March 25, at the Grand Coulee Grill, 415 Midway Ave.

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VIEW FROM THE SIDELINES: Thursday additions

Randalle takes first in pinewood derby championship

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50 years ago: Fire damages Tonasket School

50 years ago: Tonasket’s junior-senior high school was still in a state of shock today after a roaring fire Tuesday afternoon gutted the gymnasium at the core of the Y-shaped building.

Sports

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VIEW FROM THE SIDELINES: Thursday additions

Randalle takes first in pinewood derby championship

Assembly recognizes Tonasket High School athletes

Tonasket High School athletes will be recognized with a special assembly at 10:45 a.m. tomorrow, March 23 in the high school gym, 35 E. Highway 20.

VIEW FROM THE SIDELINES: Wednesday additions

Collection of possible entries for newspaper column

News

Okanogan County PUD plans power outage April 6

The Okanogan County PUD has announced a planned power outage beginning at 11:45 p.m. Thursday, April 6, lasting for about six hours.

Tonasket public pool slated to open in June

With a little bit of luck local residents will have new place to cool off this summer.

Crab feed is planned Saturday in Grand Coulee

A community crab feed is planned for 5-8 p.m. Saturday, March 25, at the Grand Coulee Grill, 415 Midway Ave.

Opinion

Letters to the Editor: March 22, 2017

Letters to the Editor: March 22, 2017

POINT OF THEW: Loss of a local great tough to write

I hold a special place in my heart for all the great locals that have made an impact on the way I look at rural life.

EDITORIAL: Feds’ regs need easing

The idea of easing regulations sure can get people’s dander up.