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This large metal sculpture, depicting a spear fisherman on horseback by artist, Smoker Marchand, will be installed at the Memorial to the Methow park later this year.
PATEROS – The Ives Landing RV Park renovation and expansion project took a major step forward at the Pateros City Council meeting last Monday, April 17, with the selection of DJB Construction, LLC in Wenatchee. DJB’s was one of two bids opened on Tuesday, April 11, and was the lowest at $256,775.34...
PATEROS – Displaying a grit beyond their years the young Pateros Billygoats dug themselves out of a hole to overtake and defeat visiting Curlew, 7-6, in the final inning of play last Saturday, April 8. Coach Bob VanLith characterized the Cougars of the Northeast 1B League as “young, like us.”...

Each member of the AmeriCorps NCCC Silver 7 Team received a Certificate of Appreciation like this one signed by Pateros Mayor Carlene Anders in recognition of community service following the 2014-15 wildfires.
PATEROS – The latest team of 11 AmeriCorps NCCC (National Civilian Community Corps) volunteers have been busy working with the Okanogan County Long Term Recovery Group (OKLTRG) since their arrival here March 28. Last Tuesday, April 4, Mayor Carlene Anders presented each team member with a...

Taylor Harrild makes the catch to complete the out after the runner hit a sharp ground ball back to the pitcher.
PATEROS – The Nannies varsity softball team increased in Central Washington 2B league record to four wins against two losses with a doubleheader victory over visiting Oroville last Saturday, April 1, but it wasn’t easy. The hard-hitting Hornets stayed within striking distance through both games,...
PATEROS - The Pateros Chamber of Commerce will meet on Thursday, April 6, 8:30 a.m. at the Fire Hall. If you have not paid your Chamber dues yet, please do. Cost is only $35 for individuals, and $75 for businesses.
PATEROS – With a full agenda typical of a Pateros City Council meeting, members passed five of six resolutions and heard updates on city projects ranging from the new Memorial to the Methow and Ives Landing Park expansion to sewer, water and street issues last Monday, March 20. Council approved a...

Alex Thomason, second from left, chats with guests at last week’s Business After Hours gathering at the offices of Thomason Law & Justice at 110 W. Lakeshore Drive in Pateros.
PATEROS – Some two dozen community members gathered at the new law offices of Thomason Law & Justice at 110 W. Lakeshore Drive in Pateros last Thursday, March 2, for the Chamber of Commerce’s second monthly Business After Hours event. Chamber president, Libby Harrison, welcomed visitors,...
PATEROS – The spotlight is back on the Pateros Museum as Mayor Carlene Anders has issued an invitation for community volunteers to serve on a Museum Committee. Anders said that with all the other city priorities that have required attention over the past few years “we lost the momentum on the...

Photo by Mike Maltais Pateros City Clerk Kerri Wilson administers the oath of office to new city council member, Mike Harding.
PATEROS – The City Council swore in a new council member, approved the plan and cost estimates for the expansion of Ives Landing Park, revised and adjusted the city’s building fees, and approved the second State Direct Grant for the city water system, among other business at its regular monthly...

Pateros Mayor Carlene Anders (lefts) presented a Certificate of Appreciation to Chelan Valley Hope to outgoing CVH president Lynne Worley, on behalf of the Okanogan County Long Term Recovery Group at their building in Chelan on Feb. 23.
CHELAN – Pateros Mayor, Carlene Anders, made a special appearance on behalf of Okanogan County Long Term Recovery Group (OCLTRG) at the Cornerstone Building offices of Chelan Valley Hope (CVH) at 417 S. Bradley last Thursday, Feb. 23, to present the organization with a Certificate of Appreciation...

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