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Ethan Freels drives against a defender during the Pateros Holiday Classic.
PATEROS – Both the Billygoats and Nannies varsity basketball teams had an easy road trip against the Tigers at Easton last Thursday, Jan. 4. A Saturday home game against the Wilson Creek Devils was postponed. The Nannies took a commanding eight-point lead in the first quarter and never surrendered...

Adam Fritz served on the Pateros City Council Position 2 until the end of 2017. He was not running for re-election or as a candidate for any other office when he learned he was nominated for – and subsequently won – a vacant seat on the Pateros Cemetery Board.
PATEROS – Former Pateros city councilman Adam Fritz is the newest member of the Pateros Cemetery Board – and he didn’t even know he was on the ballot. Fritz, whose term on the council ended on Dec. 31, 2017, was not running for re-election to his Position 2 council seat, or any other office for...

Freshman guard Aleeka Smith drives around a Lady Trojan to score two of her team-high nine points during the first of the Nannies’ two games in the Holiday Classic basketball tournament against Manson and Bridgeport.
PATEROS – With three freshman starters and four eighth graders on the varsity roster, the Pateros Nannies made their opponents from Manson and Bridgeport fight for every point during the two-day Holiday Classic basketball tournament hosted by Pateros last Wednesday and Thursday, Dec. 27-28....

This overhead shot shows the proposed triangle Property Development project that extends east from S. Dawson Street between E. Industrial Way and the railroad tracks.
PATEROS – City council members heard a preliminary proposal for development of a long finger of land called the Triangle Property from City Administrator Jord Wilson at their monthly meeting on Dec. 18. The Triangle Property extends from S. Dawson Street east between E. Industrial Way and the...
PATEROS – The Billygoats varsity basketball team met its match in a 30-point, 76-46, road loss to the Central Washington 2B Oroville Hornets in non-league action on Wednesday, Dec. 20. But the Nannies almost pulled out a win against the larger 2B Lady Hornets who squeaked by with a three-point, 29-...

Pateros Chamber Secretary Joni Parks counts the ballots for 2018 officers.
PATEROS – The Chamber of Commerce elected new officers for the 2018 calendar year at its regular monthly meeting last Thursday, Dec. 7. Chamber members voted to amend the bylaws to allow members present at the meeting to elect next year’s officers after several mail-out ballots disappeared. Karen...
PATEROS – Varsity wrestling coach Bill Haley said several his wrestlers – over half in fact – are “pretty new to the sport, but they are learning fast.” Helping that process along are tournaments like last Saturday’s Okanogan Invite where the Billygoats made a respectable showing against seven...

Mansfield school students pose with the catapult built with the help of Teacher Classroom Grant funds. It looks like some pumpkins are in for the ride of their lives.
MANSFIELD/BRIDGEPORT/BREWSTER/PATEROS – Jessica Bowman and Marie Goulet are two among 93 teachers in the Chelan-Douglas-Okanogan-Grant county area to receive 2017 Teacher Classroom Grants from the North Central Education Foundation (NCEF). Bowman, who teaches science, and Goulet, art, in the...
PATEROS – The Pateros Ski Program is selling Christmas trees this year to raise funds to upgrade its ski equipment. The Noble fir trees are six-to seven-feet tall and sell for $55. Comparable trees sell at the commercial tree lots for $70. The Noble fir is noted for its popularity as a holiday tree...
PATEROS – The Apple Pie Jamboree and the Pateros Brewster Community Resource Group are two among 28 non-profit groups in the Chelan-Douglas-Okanogan tri-county to receive Regional Impact Grants (RIG) from the Community Foundation of North Central Washington (CFNCW). Apple Pie Jamboree received $6,...

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