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The Pateros School District is asking voters to approval a replacement four-year EP&O levy this month.
PATEROS – Voters in school district 122-70J will cast their ballots next Tuesday, Feb. 13, either in support of or in opposition to a four-year Educational Programs and Operation Levy (EP&O) for Pateros schools. Linda Ehlenbach, Executive Administrative Assistant for the Pateros School...

Chris Majors is the Business Development Coordinator for Three Rivers Hospital.
PATEROS – Despite an agenda of topics worthy of attention, including the new Pateros sign still under construction and the city’s first major event of the spring, the April 1 Easter Egg Hunt, the Paterps Chamber of Commerce lacked the necessary voting quorum of members at its regular monthly...
OKANOGAN – Apprenticeship programs and how to develop and register them for both adults and youth in Okanogan County will be the topic of an information session at the Okanogan PUD on Thursday, Feb. 22, noon to 2 p.m. Sponsored by WorkSource, Okanogan County Economic Alliance and the Washington...
BRIDGEPORT – The Bridgeport school robotics teams are creating, computing, cogitating, and mechanizing their way through another season of innovations and competitions, according to instructor, Ian Hughes. Bridgeport’s five-student teams are comprised of 18 high school students and 25 middle...

A guy needed to use his headlights to both see and be seen in the early morning fog.
MANSFIELD – A day unfit for man or beast was weather made to order for a group of hardy snowmobilers who found their way to the Mansfield Sportsman Club for the annual Poker Run last Saturday, Jan. 27. Navigating poor visibility and icy road conditions, sled drivers by the score descended on club...

Anthony Jenkins
BRIDGEPORT – Before the City Council could conduct any business at its regular monthly meeting on January 17, it had to first swear in three council members, so the votes would be official. Incumbent Jackie Hentges, Position 3, who also serves as Mayor Pro Tem, incumbent Matthew Schuh, Position 1,...

The sign outside the doors said it all last Sunday as fans of the LuLaRoe clothing line patronized the Commons room from Noon to 4 p.m. to raise funds for 10-year-old cancer victim Yahir Corona.
BREWSTER – Venders, shoppers and supporters stopped by the commons at Brewster High School last Sunday, Jan. 28, to participate in a fundraiser for a young Brewster boy who is battling bone cancer. While 10-year Yahir Corona, son of Erika and Orlando Corona undergoes treatment at Children’s...

The sign hanging outside the entrance to the Brewster Boys and Girls Club makes it clear that memberships are a bargain this year.
BREWSTER – Boys and Girls Club Director Brian Paine is already busy this year promoting a membership renewal drive and planning for the club’s major fundraiser just months away. With some 250 members on the BBGC rolls now, Paine is trying to recruit additional participation with a $30 per person...
Wenatchee -- Applications are now being accepted for the 2018 Washington State Opportunity Scholarship (WSOS). Students must have earned a high school diploma or GED from a Washington State high school or institution by June 2018, and must be pursuing an eligible, high-demand major in science,...
WENATCHEE - The Community Foundation of NCW is now accepting applications for its Stronger Schools grant program that supports public schools and school districts serving grades Pre-K through 12 in Chelan, Douglas, and Okanogan counties. Application deadline is March 15, 2018. Up to $5,000 is...

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