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Bobbi Hall’s aunt, Cindy Miller applied the creative beadwork design to the valedictorian’s mortarboard. Hall did her own beadwork on the stem of her eagle feather tassel.
PATEROS – Not surprisingly, most of the 25 seniors graduated Pateros High School last Saturday, June 3, have future plans. Among them is Dakota Poole who plans to train as a journeyman electrician.  Then there’s Aubrey Miller who will attend Washington State University and major in elementary...
PATEROS - The Pateros Chamber of Commerce will meet on Thursday, June 1, 8:30 a.m. at the Fire Hall.

Native American activist and Pateros High School graduate, Randy Lewis served as Master of Ceremonies for the Memorial to the Methow dedication.
PATEROS – A large crowd gathered at Lakeshore Park last Saturday, May 27, to witness the official dedication of the city’s latest attraction, the Memorial to the Methow installation on the shore of Lake Pateros. The new park spearheaded by former Pateros High School graduate, Chuck Borg, now of...

The Smoker Marchand spearfisherman sculpture is now on site at the Memorials to the Methow Park and ready for dedication ceremonies at noon, May 27.
Pateros – The city’s Relight Project was one of the principal topics of discussion at the regular monthly meeting of the Pateros City Council last Monday, May 15. City administrator, Jord Wilson reported that he has been working with Pateros School, Okanogan County PUD and planner Kurt Danison on...
PATEROS - The Pateros Chamber of Commerce will meet on Thursday, May 4, 8:30 a.m. at the Fire Hall. Business Afters Hours will be held at Alta Lake Golf Course/Scratch Bar & Grill, starting at 6 p.m. Everyone is welcome.

Three interested observers watch Isaac Wall, left, and Jord Wilson set a native pine in its new home at the Memorial to the Methow Park last Friday.
PATEROS – The observance and tradition of Arbor Day, first inaugurated in 1872 with the planting of more than one million trees in Nebraska, was well-celebrated in Pateros, one of 90 Tree Cities in the state, last Friday afternoon, April 28. Activities got underway with the free distribution of...
PATEROS – Methow businessman, Randy Moore, addressed the Pateros Chamber of Commerce at its regular meeting April 6, to introduce a petition he is circulating among area businesses to gain support for closure of a popular fishing spot on the Methow River. Moore, owner of the Lightning Pine RV Park...

The old Pateros sign stood as a landmark for many years.
PATEROS – An excavator on the site of the new Pateros sign south of Pateros moved the first scoopfuls of dirt, Tuesday, April 11, marking the start of a construction campaign that is expected to be completed in time for this year’s Apple Pie Jamboree in July. Steve Varrelman, owner of BTO...

Bridgeport’s Miguel Mendoza, 3, is a few steps behind the throw to Pateros first baseman Jeremy Piechalski in the Mustang’s doubleheader loss last Saturday to the Billygoats.
PATEROS – The Billygoats varsity baseball team capitalized on weak pitching to defeat the Bridgeport Mustangs, 19-5 and 13-3 in doubleheader league action at Pateros last Saturday, April 14.   Senior, Tano Martinez started the first game for the Mustangs and pitched through the first three innings...
PATEROS – If you are looking for that rare opportunity to combine civic contribution with a day in the outdoors, look no further. The City of Pateros is calling for volunteers to participate in its annual Pateros Community Cleanup on Tuesday, April 25. Volunteers will gather at city hall at 4 p.m...

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