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WDFW notification and posted it on our website and to Facebook for all parents just to make sure everyone is taking appropriate precautions to stay safe,” said Superintendent Steve Quick. BY GARY A. DE VON “There are currently two active hound MANAGING EDITOR pursuit permits in place in response to OROVILLE – The state Department the incidents. Though it is extremely rare of Fish and Wildlife are seeking a cou- for cougar to attack humans, it is imporgar that has killed several small pets tant for people to know what to do if between Highway 97 and Lake Osoyoos they encounter a cougar. If you come face north of Oroville and a warning has been to face with a cougar, your actions can either help or hinissued to parents der a quick retreat with children in the by the animal,” Oroville Schools. writes McCormick. “ W D F W “Though it is extremely rare He also listed Police are active- for cougar to attack humans, some things to ly attempting to it is important for people to remember in case remove a cougar of an encounter: that has killed know what to do incase of • Stop, pick up several small small children an encounter.” pets between immediately, and Highway 97 and Troy McCormick , don’t run. Running Lake Osoyoos Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife and rapid movein the last couple ments may trigger weeks,” writes Troy an attack. McCormick with the Fish and Wildlife Remember, at close range, a cougar’s Enforcement Program. instinct is to chase. The Oroville School District issued an • Face the cougar. Talk to it firmly alert to parents with kids in the area of while slowly backing away. Always leave the highway and Westlake Road vicinities, as well as the notice from the Fish the animal an escape route. • Try to appear larger than the cougar. and Wildlife. Get above it (e.g., step up onto a rock or “We sent out an alert this morning to those on the bus route directly affected, stump). If wearing a jacket, hold it open and then later today we sent out the SEE COUGAR | PG A2
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Big World of Flight for Education landed at Oroville’s Dorothy Scott International Airport for their annual visit to share their knowledge of private aviation with some of Oroville’s fifth grade students. Above, The students learned about reading a map to determine navigation. Right, Steve Carkeek, a former Boeing Engineer talks about take-offs and landings. Below Right, Bill Nicholson owner of Star Airmotive, gives the students a tour of the airport, stopping at one of two helipads. Below, pilot Mike Latta talks about the various controls in his Cessna 180 aircraft. From Oroville Big World of Flight was next headed to Tonasket, and then Omak Airports.
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ELLENSBURG - Oroville and Tonasket School Districts are among 11 districts to benefit from a more than $18 million Gear Up award by the U.S. Department of Education to help students prepare for college. The federal agency made the award to Central Washington University to help students in the Brewster, Easton, Highland, Lake Chelan, Manson, Omak, Oroville, Quincy, Richland, Tonasket and Wenatchee school districts prepare for college. CWU is the only institution of higher education in Washington State to receive the award for Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for
Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP). This is CWU’s fourth GEAR UP grant since 2001 and its largest-ever federal grant. The grant provides $18,155,200 for a new seven-year GEAR UP program, Project SOAR2 (Success & Opportunity through Affordability, Relevance & Rigor). CWU’s director of Research and Sponsored Programs, Julie Guggino, said the SOAR2 program would build on the solid foundation of the MOSAIC2 GEAR UP grant, which focuses primarily on student success in STEM fields. “SOAR2 encourages students to apply themselves in all disciplines, with emphasis on academic rigor, relevance and affordability,” said Guggino. “SOAR helps put a college degree within reach of students by helping them stay on track for high school graduation, pursue rigor-
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City of Oroville holds two public hearings City makes budget amendments, approves salary changes, park reservation system BY GARY A. DE VON MANAGING EDITOR
OROVILLE – The Oroville City Council held public hearings amending the Six-year Transportation Plan as well as adopting the Flood Damage Prevention Ordinance at their Tuesday, Sept. 16 meeting. The Six Year Transportation plan was amended to reflect an Okanogan County Transportation fund grant of $15,000 to cover a shortfall in the funding for the city’s Central and Cherry Street project, completed over the summer. It also reflects an additional $3000
in funding from the city. Councilman Tony Koepke made a motion to approve the amendment and it was seconded by Councilman Jon Neal and passed unanimously. The second public hearing was to discuss the Flood Damage Prevention Ordinance and to listen to the staff report given by Chris Branch, director of Oroville Community Development. “It is mostly administrative changes to meet or exceed state standards. The federal government makes changes and then the state makes changes so then we must adopt changes of our own. Most of them are minor,” said Branch, adding the changes refer to State Statute 86.16.120. The state updates their model occasionally, mostly for clarification, according to Branch. “Do you see this affecting anyone in town?” asked Councilman Walt Hart. Branch said he didn’t think they would. “No, the Critical Areas Ordinance you
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passed has more affect,” Branch said. “This one is pretty standard. It is nationally required to make federal flood insurance more affordable.” Councilwoman Neysa Roley made the motion to approve the ordinance and Hart made the second and it passed unanimously. In a similar vein the council approved a resolution supporting and adopting the Okanogan County Multi-hazard Mitigation Plan.
PROJECT REPORTS Once again the council heard updates the various projects completed over the summer, as well as the recent improvements to the runway at Oroville’s Dorothy Scott International Airport. The North End Reservoir project has not quite closed, according to Rod Noel, superintendent of Public Works. He said the contractor has provided warranty documents in regards to the new res-
ervoir tank, but there are still a few loose ends to tie up regarding the pay estimate. These have been forwarded to Mick Howe, the city’s attorney for review. City Clerk Kathy Jones said there questions remaining about Liquid Damages of $24,500 and some questions about engineering cost increases due to the delays in completion of the reservoir by the contractor. Noel said there was one remaining punchlist item regarding the Central and Cherry Street Project in regards to the “speed bump” on Main Street. The city is still waiting for the paving company to return and fix the unwanted bump in the road. “They asked when they were going to get paid,” Noel said. “I said, when we get our Main Street fixed. I recommend they complete it first.” Noel added that there is no money set aside in case of disputes over the project. Councilman Ed Naillon, with a second
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from Koepke, made a motion to process the company’s check when Main Street is fixed. The rest of the council agreed. The best news on projects seemed to concern the crack repair and seal coating of the runway at the airport. “The project is complete except they have 30 days to finish painting with reflective bead paint,” said Noel, adding that the engineer on the project was a “great person to work with.” He also said the contractor did a great job and was very professional. “It looks really good, they also had a required friction test done and the tester had to come out of Montana. The project just went click, click, click and got done. A greet project,” said Noel. Steve Johnston, Airport Services Manager, said that he was hearing a lot of positive comments on the runway and especially the new windsock installed at
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BUDGET AMENDMENT Kathy Jones discussed a budget amendment that would set certain salary and wage revisions. â€œIt creates stepped increases for positions at city hall, something weâ€™ve never had before,â€?
said Jones. She explained that other city departments are paid according to a stepped system. The budget amendment was approved and goes into affect retroactively starting Sept. 1.
PARK RESERVATION SYSTEM
The council agreed to extend the cityâ€™s contract with Camus Inc. to provide online reservation services for Orovilleâ€™s Osoyoos Lake Veterans Park. â€œThe system seems to be working fine,â€? said Noel, adding that the company had been working to get rid of a few â€œbugs.â€?
in preparation to jump), shout, wave your arms and throw anything you have available (water bottle, book, backpack). The idea is to convince the cougar that you are not prey, but a potential danger. â€˘ If the cougar attacks, fight back. Be aggressive and try to stay on your feet. Cougars have been driven away by people who have fought back using anything within reach, including sticks, rocks, shovels, backpacks, and clothing-even bare hands. If you
are aggressive enough, a cougar will flee, realizing it has made a mistake. Pepper spray in the cougarâ€™s face is also effective in the extreme unlikelihood of a close encounter with a cougar. More information can be found at http://wdfw.wa.gov/living/cougars.pdf Cougar attacks on livestock or pets, and sightings of cougar in the City of Oroville should be reported immediately by calling Washington State Patrol Dispatch 509-422-3800 or 911.
resents the future for 11 rural communities across a vast, rural region in north central Washington. Poverty rates, indicated by the percentage of students participating in the free and reduced lunch programs, range from 50 to 97 percent. When these students move into college, an estimated 87 percent will be the first in their families to go to college. The grant pays for the coursework teachers need to earn the credentials necessary to offer
college-in-the-high school courses. These enable students to earn college credit while still in high school. In addition, CWU teacher-education students will have the opportunity to work with students in some of the targeted school districts, gaining valuable experience in multicultural environments and in K-12 education settings. CWU teacher education majors will develop undergraduate research projects in association with the SOAR grant.
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Gathering for a ceremony of remembering at Similkameen Falls on Sunday, September 21, L-R, Michael Joseph, Nesplem; Lower Similkameen Indian Band member, Gloria Bent; Andrew Joseph, Sr., Elmer City; LSIB member, Chris Tonasket; LSIB member, Wendy Hawkes.
Folks gather to celebrate the Similkameen Ceremony starts at river near Oroville, continues with dinner in Tonasket SUBMITTED BY JERE GILLESPIE COLUMBIANA ONLINE MAGAZINE
OROVILLE - A ceremony at Similkameen Falls near Oroville, with members of the Lower Similkameen Indian Band of Keremeos, B.C. was followed by a noon dinner of salmon, stew, fry bread, salads and desert at the
Community Cultural Center of Tonasket. Native authors, Wendell George and Anthony Joseph, Sr. presented their books and told stories. Butch Lemery, whose family fished at Kettle Falls for generations, spoke on video about the value of the salmon to the people who live along the Columbia and its tributaries. The powerful Golden Eagle Drum from Nespelem was enthusiastically applauded, and Oroville singer, Ray Dispenza accompanied by Steve Pollard and Steve Bell sang their composition, â€œRiver of Gold.â€? There is much interest in the
community about the people who used to live around Loomis, Oroville & Tonasket. Family names, and the places that people found valuable were of particular interest. It was a good day for acknowledging whatâ€™s been lost, and what is being restored -- among both the people and the River. Generous donations of ceremonial salmon came from the Colville Tribeâ€™s Fish and Wildlife, and meat for the stew was donated by Colville Tribal members, among others. Delicious food, and warm welcoming by the Community Cultural Center made for a memorable day.
Goods recovered as store burglar nabbed Brazen Tonasket burglar went in through front door BY BRENT BAKER BBAKER@GAZETTE-TRIBUNE.COM
TONASKET - A burglarâ€™s attempt to steal fishing gear, optics, knives and more from Scholz Sporting Goods in Tonasket ended in failure as Tonasket Police apprehended the suspect on Friday, Sept. 10, after a brief on-foot chase down Western Avenue. â€œWe got the call early Friday morning that someone had broken out the front glass door,â€? said Tonasket Police Chief Rob Burks. â€œOfficer Preston Ray responded, when he got there he called out and IDâ€™d himself as Tonasket Police. And there was the guy just standing there.â€? The suspect tried to escape out the back door with Ray in pursuit, which he had also previously smashed, and while carrying a backpack filled with stolen items tripped and fell, thereby ending the chase. Though all of the stolen items were recovered, the would-be burglar caused plenty of damage in the store. He apparently cut himself while smashing the glass
doors, and Aaron Kester, Lee Franks Ace Hardware and Scholz Sporting Goods manager, noted that he tried to cover his tracks by splashing peroxide and alcohol on blood stains left throughout the store. â€œWe think he broke back door, went over to Grantâ€™s, grabbed a box, came back in through the window and started gathering stuff up,â€? Kester said a few days later as he was taking inventory for his insurance claim. â€œHe was bleeding all over the guns, tried to get into the cash box. There were drops of blood and footprints in blood all over teh floor. â€œHe grabbed peroxide and and alchohol off the shelf here and opens that up and starts splashing it on stuff, to like cover the blood. I think he watched too much CSI.â€? Kester said that, in addition to what the suspect had stuffed into a stolen backpack more fishing reels, knives, and ammunition were staged near the back entrance. â€œThe pellets he grabbed, we donâ€™t even sell the gun to go with it,â€? Kester said. â€œThey wouldnâ€™t go in the gun he stole. We only sell those because there are people around here that use it.â€? The burglar damaged a number of display cases, as well as kicking in a dressing room door
for no apparent reason, Kester said. â€œWe are very appreciative to the (911) caller,â€? Manager Stacey Kester said. â€œAnd the swift response of the Tonasket Police, especially Officer Ray.â€? Burks said the suspect was charged with first degree burglary, second degree theft, and a pair of third degree malicious mischief charges. There had been a number of other incidents in the neighborhood over night, including phone lines pulled out at the American Legion building and plants pulled up in front of the pharmacy. â€œAs far as anything else,â€? said Burks, â€œhe said he couldnâ€™t remember where he was or what heâ€™d been doing overnight.â€? That, and the fact that the break-in occurred between 6:00 and 6:30 a.m. on a weekday in full view of Whitcomb Avenue, had Burks thinking there was more than just a desire for free sporting goods in play. â€œWe had suspicions that he might have been under the influence of something, just by the way he was acting,â€? Burks said. â€œWe recovered everything, but obviously there was some stuff damaged,â€? Aaron Kester said. â€œWe just want to thank the police for their response. They kept it from being a lot worse than it was.â€?
to further increase your apparent size. If you are in a group, stand shoulder-to- shoulder to appear intimidating. â€˘ Do not take your eyes off the cougar or turn your back. Do not crouch down or try to hide. â€˘ Never approach the cougar, especially if it is near a kill or with kittens, and never offer it food. â€˘ If the cougar does not flee, be more assertive. If it shows signs of aggression (crouches with ears back, teeth bared, hissing, tail twitching, and hind feet pumping
GRANT | FROM A1 ous coursework in high school, apply for financial aid and helping families understand how to support their students.â€? The grant will serve current sixth- and seventh-grade. Seventh graders will receive support through their first year in college. The funds will help provide classroom and after-school program tutors, college visits and higher education preparation materials to more than 3,000 students in these rural areas. The two-grade cohort rep-
Lake group promotes milfoil treatment BY GARY A. DEVON MANAGING EDITOR
OROVILLE â€“ The Lake Osoyoos Association, a group of property owners and others concerned about Lake Osoyoos, offered a pesticide treatment program in order to try and get a handle on the rampant growth of Eurasian milfoil in the lake. â€œWe used our grant money that we got from the state Department of Ecology because we applied for a grant to helm with Eurasian milfoil eradication,â€? said Ford Waterstrat, an LOA member who also writes the groups newsletter. The group asked lakefront property owners if they wanted to participate by paying for half the cost of the treatment and the response was good, he said. Eurasian milfoil is a noxious weed believed to have been introduced as an aquarium plant. Its is easily spread from lake to lake by boats that are not cleaned off.
Each little piece of the plant can grow into a new plant which can foul props and can make swimming areas less desirable. In addition to boat props, wake boarders and skiiers can go through patches of milfoil, breaking off parts that will drop to the bottom of the lake and take root, forming a new plant, according to Waterstrat. â€œWe could not treat within what is called the â€˜buffer zoneâ€™ which is within 1340 feet of the Canadian border,â€? he said. â€œUnfortunately there are some really bad places in that area.â€? In the buffer zone the group hired a diver from Diversified Diver Specialities to hand pull the milfoil on Aug. 21 and 22. One diver feeds the weeds into a suction tube to suck the plant out and up into a nearby boat where the second diver places the milfoil in plastic bags, according to Waterstrat. The dried out plant can be used as fertilizer, he adds. â€œThis was a test case. We will
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evaluate the effectiveness of this process next summer,â€? said Waterstrat. Two years ago the group also did a pilot program wher e they used weeviles to eat the milfoil stems. â€œThe cost of applying the herbicide is $3.25 to $3.50 per linear foot. The grant paid half and the individucal lakeshore owner paid the other half,â€? he said. â€œThis year we had 40 people interested in the program and half of the list was made up of Canadian property owners.â€? The group also purchased a weed rake for lakeshore owners to use. A couple of the owners have used the rake already to take care of the Curleyleaf Pondweed and have given positive reviews, writes Waterstrat in the September LOA newsletter. The rake can also be used to pull milfoil. â€œSo far it seems that the milfoil application is the least costly and most effective method,â€? concluded Waterstrat in the newsletter.
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COPS & COURTS SUPERIOR COURT CRIMINAL
The court found probable cause to charge Christina Linn Fletcher, 54, Oroville, with intimidating a witness and POCS (methamphetamine). The crimes allegedly occurred Sept. 9. The court found probable cause to charge Christina Marie Grooms Sloan, 40, Omak, with theft of a motor vehicle. The crime allegedly occurred Sept. 9. The court found probable cause to charge Gordon Lester Dick Jr., 40, Omak, with theft of a motor vehicle, attempting to elude a pursuing police vehicle, third-degree DWLS, hit-and-run (unattended), and conspiracy to commit seconddegree assault (with a deadly weapon). The crimes allegedly occurred Sept. 7. The court found probable cause to charge Timothy Keith Edwards, 41, Omak, with theft of a motor vehicle and conspiracy to commit second-degree assault (with a deadly weapon). The crimes allegedly occurred Sept. 7. In a separate case, the court found probable cause to charge Edwards with 22 counts of violation of a no-contact order (DV). Those crimes allegedly occurred between December 2013 and September 2014. The court found probable cause to charge Jerry Ray Mears Jr., 26, Riverside, with assault in violation of a no-contact order and fourth-degree assault (DV). The crimes allegedly occurred Sept. 11. The court found probable cause to charge Joseph William Cook, 2NDQRJDQZLWKĂ€UVW degree unlawful possession of DĂ€UHDUP7KHFULPHDOOHJHGO\ occurred Sept. 11. The court found probable cause to charge Deny Albert Dare, 52, Tonasket, with residential burglary, harassment (threats to kill) and fourth-degree assault. The crimes allegedly occurred Sept. 13.
A 13-year-old Oroville girl pleaded guilty Sept. 17 to two counts of third-degree malicious mischief. The crimes occurred June 1. In a separate case, the same girl pleaded guilty Sept. 17 to third-degree malicious mischief (DV). That crime occurred Aug. 12. In a third separate case, the same girl pleaded guilty Sept. 17 to third-degree theft. That crime occurred July 30. The girl was sentenced to a total of 19 days in detention with credit for GD\VVHUYHGDQGĂ€QHGDWRWDO of $340 dollars, including $40 in restitution. A 16-year-old Riverside boy pleaded guilty Sept. 17 to third-degree theft. The boy was sentenced to seven days in detention with credit for seven days served, DQGĂ€QHGIRUWKH0D\
crimes. A restitution hearing was scheduled for Oct. 29. A 16-year-old Okanogan boy pleaded guilty Sept. 17 to two counts of custodial assault. The boy was sentenced to a total of 45 days in detention with credit IRUGD\VVHUYHGDQGĂ€QHG $100 for the Aug. 26 crimes.
DISTRICT COURT Tristan Devlyn Rodriguez, 18, Oroville, guilty of third-degree DWLS. Rodriguez received a 90-day suspended sentence DQGĂ€QHG Victor Manuel Rodriguez, 48, Oroville, had a third-degree malicious mischief charge dismissed. Shannon Tawny Simpson, 29, Okanogan, guilty of an ignition interlock violation and third-degree DWLS. Simpson received a 180-day suspended sentence DQGĂ€QHGDWRWDORI Jonathan Caine Souders, 20, Omak, had a third-degree theft charge dismissed. Seth Adam Stough, 35, Okanogan, guilty of second-degree criminal trespassing. Stough was sentenced to 90 days in jail with 86 days suspended, DQGĂ€QHG Ian Ray Tatshama, 44, Omak, guilty of second-degree DWLS. Tatshama received a 180-day suspended sentence DQGĂ€QHG Cameron John Taylor, 19, Omak, had a charge dismissed: violation of a no-contact order. Randy Lee Timentwa, 33, Omak, guilty of fourth-degree assault. Timentwa was sentenced to 364 days in jail with 355 days VXVSHQGHGDQGĂ€QHG Dean Shawn Tonner, 47, Okanogan, guilty of third-degree theft. Tonner received a 180day suspended sentence and Ă€QHG Dawn Maria Torrence, 39, Omak, had a charge dismissed: violation of a temporary restraining order. Colin Martin Townsend, 23, Okanogan, guilty of DUI. Townsend was sentenced to 364 days in jail with 359 days suspended, DQGĂ€QHG Gonzalo Cruz Vargas, 52, Omak, had a DUI charge dismissed. Jacob Patrick Vincent Ramsey, 28, Omak, had a third-degree theft charge dismissed. Dallas Dean Wilson, 21, Okanogan, had a third-degree malicious mischief charge dismissed.
911 CALLS/JAIL BOOKINGS MONDAY, SEPT. 15, 2014
Theft on Scanlon Lake Rd. near Riverside. Gate reported missing. Custodial interference on Havillah Rd. near Tonasket. Assault on S. Third Ave. in Okano-
gan. Warrant arrest on Loomis-Oroville Rd. near Oroville. Drugs on N. Third Ave. in Okanogan. Weapons offense on Johnson Creek Rd. near Omak. Threats on Davies Rd. near Oroville. Threats on S. Second Ave. in Okanogan. Theft on Engh Rd. in Omak. Theft on Okoma Dr. in Omak. Two-vehicle crash on N. Main St. in Omak. No injuries. Malicious mischief on E. Bartlett Ave. in Omak. Theft on Appleway Ave. in Oroville. Tablet computer reported missing. Jason Paul Martins, 44, DOC detainer. Sean Thomas, no middle name listed, 47, DOC detainer. Fletcher Clay Rickabaugh, 18, booked for fourth-degree assault (DV). Antonio Perez Soto, 38, booked for fourth-degree assault (DV). Noel Lockett, 46, booked on two OCSO FTA warrants: one each Ă€UIRXUWKGHJUHHDVVDXOWDQGVHFond-degree criminal trespassing; and an Oroville Police Department FTA warrant for seconddegree criminal trespassing. Ramon Lopez Arrellano, 45, booked for second-degree murder, a USBP detainer and unauthorized removal of concealment of a body. Jaime Salazar Gomez, 38, booked for second-degree murder, a USBP detainer and unauthorized removal of concealment of a body. Oscar Torres Perez, 37, booked for second-degree murder, a USBP detainer and two OCSO FTA warrants: DUI and hit-and-run (unattended). Jose Hernandez Jimenez, 42, booked for second-degree murder, a USBP detainer, and unauthorized removal of concealment of a body.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 16, 2014
One-vehicle crash on Hwy. 97 near Okanogan. Drugs on Engh Rd. near Omak. Hypodermic needle recovered. Malicious mischief on Chesaw Rd. near Oroville. Mailboxes reported damaged. Sex offender on S. Third Ave. in Okanogan. Burglary on Gum Drop Lane near Omak. :LOGODQGĂ€UHRQ+Z\QHDU2PDN Assault on Six Gun Way near Oroville. Hazardous materials on Locust St. in Omak. Domestic dispute on Hwy. 20 near Okanogan. Illegal burning on Grey Goose Rd. near Omak.
Utility problem on N. Ash St. in Omak. Utility pole damaged. Theft on Senna St. in Omak. Jewelry box reported missing. Harassment on S. Birch in Omak. Drugs on Ironwood St. in Oroville. Illegal burning on Juniper St. in Oroville. Sex offense on W. First St. in Tonasket. Jeremey John Lavender, 28, booked on two Omak Police Department FTA warrants: one each for violation of a no-contact order; and an OCSO FTA warrant for violation of a temporary restraining order (DV). Nathaniel Edenso, no middle name listed, 34, booked on an Omak Police Department FTA warrant for third-degree DWLS. Patrick Lee Day, 44, booked on a DOC secretaryâ€™s warrant. Larry Gene Visger, 67, booked on two counts of fourth-degree assault (DV). Angelo Javier Lopez, 32, DOC detainer and felony violation of a protection order. Cameron Joseph Lucas, 30, booked for fourth-degree assault. Gerald Stephen McCandless, 43, booked on an Omak Police Department FTA warrant for DUI. Gregory Lamont Brady, 62, booked for third-degree malicious mischief. Michelle Lynn Carden, 26, booked for attempting to elude, thirddegree DWLS and a DOC detainer. Fletcher Clay Rickabaugh, 18, booked for residential burglary and third-degree theft.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 17, 2014
Automobile theft on Robinson Canyon Rd. near Omak. Domestic dispute on River Ave. in Okanogan. Illegal burning on Sawtell Rd. near Oroville. Domestic dispute on Fir St. in Oroville. Theft on S. Cedar St. in Omak. Harassment on W. Apple Ave. in Omak. Burglary on N. Main St. in Omak. Threats on S. Ash St. in Omak. Theft on Main St. in Oroville. Adam Matthew Stewart, 26, booked on two counts of attempted WKHIWRIDĂ€UHDUPDQGRQHFRXQW HDFKRIĂ€UVWGHJUHHFULPLQDO trespassing and obstruction. Rusty Jochua Nimmo, 24, booked on an OCSO FTC warrant for Ă€UVWGHJUHHQHJOLJHQWGULYLQJ David Ray Best, 55, court commitments for DUI, DUI (revoked), and third-degree DWLS.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 18, 2014
Drugs on S. Cedar St. in Omak. Violation of a no-contact order on
Six Gun Way near Oroville. Assault on Engh Rd. near Omak. Burglary on Jennings Loop Rd. near Oroville. Assault on Oak St. in Omak. Two reports of vehicle prowl on S. Fir St. in Omak. Vehicle prowl on S. Cedar in Omak. Theft on N. Ash St. in Omak. Fraud on Ironwood St. in Oroville. Theft on Engh Rd. in Omak. One-vehicle crash on Summit Dr. near Oroville. No injuries. DWLS on S. Whitcomb Ave. in Tonasket. Jesse Owen Jane, 38, booked on a DOC secretaryâ€™s warrant. Gerald Alan Sam, 62, booked for fourth-degree assault (DV) and third-degree malicious mischief (DV). Mark Alex Nysti, 40, court commitment for violation of a no-contact order. Silas Leo Gardipee, 26, court commitment for DUI.
FRIDAY, SEPT. 19, 2014
Assault on S. Third Ave. in Okanogan. Two-vehicle crash on Elmway in Okanogan. No injuries reported. Assault on Old Riverside Hwy. near Omak. Violation of a no-contact order on Six Gun Way near Oroville. Vehicle prowl on Koala Dr. near Omak. Weapons offense on Hi-View Lane near Tonasket. Drugs on Omak Ave. in Omak. Vehicle prowl on Senna St. in Omak. Theft on Riverside Dr. in Omak. Automobile theft on Okoma Dr. in Omak. Vehicle prowl on N. Main St. in Omak. Loitering on 23rd Ave. in Oroville. Two-vehicle hit-and-run crash on 9th Ave. in Omak. Burglary on Juniper St. in Oroville. Fraud on E. Seventh St. in Tonasket. Threats on Hwy. 20 near Tonasket. DWLS on S. Western Ave. in Tonasket. Larry Gregory Kruger Jr., 36, booked on a probable cause warrant for failure to register as a sex offender. Jordan Dean Whittle, 19, booked for a drug court violation. Joseph Earl Exendine, 27, booked for third-degree assault. Randy Benjamin Lepire, 25, booked for third-degree theft and second-degree vehicle prowl. Michael Roderick Carson, 35, DOC detainer.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 20, 2014
Trespassing on Hwy. 97 near
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Burglary on E. Grape Ave. in Omak. Public intoxication on Apple Way Rd. in Okanogan. DUI on Elmway in Okanogan. TMVWOP on Omak-Riverside Eastside Rd. near Omak. Assault on River Ave. in Okanogan. Two-vehicle hit-and-run crash on Hwy. 7 near Oroville. Trespassing on Madd Mountain Rd. near Okanogan. Assault on Shady Lane near Omak. Burglary on Eastside Oroville Rd. near Oroville. Theft on Appleway Ave. in Oroville. Theft on Main St. in Oroville. Ruben Garcia Salazar, 43, booked for DUI and hit-and-run (unattended). Anthony Sanchez, no middle name listed, 20, booked for DUI and second-degree DWLS. Rebecca Lynn Cabrera, 53, DOC detainer. James Carl Walker Jr., 46, DOC detainer.
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Oroville. Domestic dispute on Omak-Riverside Eastside Rd. near Omak. Malicious mischief on Hwy. 7 near Oroville. Burglary on N. Maud Ave. in Conconully. Domestic dispute on Hart Rd. near Oroville. Burglary on Ed Figlinski Rd. near Riverside. Theft on Engh Rd. in Omak. Weapons offense on W. Hale Ave. in Omak. Trespassing on 23rd Ave. in Oroville. Theft on Fourth Ave. in Oroville. Prescription drugs missing. Warrant arrest on W. Fourth St. in Tonasket. Brian Kristopher Boyd, 33, booked for DUI and third-degree DWLS. John Andrew Hilderbrand, 21, booked on a DOC secretaryâ€™s warrant. Jacob Mitchell Jackson, 26, booked on a State Patrol FTA warrant for third-degree DWLS. Sheila Lee Desautel, 42, booked on a State Patrol FTA warrant for third-degree DWLS and an Omak Police Department FTA warrant for third-degree theft. Shawn Therese Lassila, 47, booked IRUĂ€UVWGHJUHHWKHIW Alicia Sue Saulmon, 45, booked on DQ2&62)7$ZDUUDQWIRUĂ€UVW degree criminal trespassing. Deborah Sue Rodriguez, 42, booked for fourth-degree assault (DV).
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Last year I sold all of my possessions and refinanced my house to make the trip to the clinic that saved my life. When I arrived I was barely 90 lbs and unable to care for myself. I was in so much pain every day, I was just wishing it would end. The Hansa Clinic in Kansas was my last chance and God opened the doors for me to get there. Since my treatment one year ago, I have returned to being able to care for myself, my family, work very light duty and drive short distances. It is my goal to regain my life and I continue to pursue the treatment that may restore all my abilities to function and live pain free. I have faith that it will happen! Over the next few weeks you can support my cause by buying desserts and whole prime rib roasts from Bonaparte Lake Resort. If you have never tasted either, be sure to ask for a â€œfreeâ€? sample! All funds raised in excess of the remaining funds I need to attend the clinic, will be donated to other Lyme disease warriors who battle this hideous disease daily and go to raising awareness. Yep, it happened right here in Okanogan County! â€“ Faithful to get better, Heather Cruz
SEPTEMBER 25, 2014 | OKANOGAN VALLEY GAZETTE-TRIBUNE
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The Oroville Chamber held their first post summer meeting last Thursday evening with a program about scientific research at Hot Lake.
Time to fire up local Chambers
While summer is an important time for our local businesses, especially those that cater to the tourist trade – some rely on summer earnings to help tide them over the winter, our chambers of commerce kind of go into hibernation. That’s probably because many of the chamber’s officers and board members are also business people trying to earn their daily bread. Oroville’s chamber heated things up with an evening meeting, their first meeting following the summer hiatus, last Thursday. The chamber had a guest speaker who talked about the Hot Lake, a scientist who talked about microbes and how the lake is a hot bed - or should we say mat - of microbes and how their study could lead to breakthroughs in things like bio-fuels. Out of There’s a lot going on at the lake and the team, from the Pacific Northwest National Lab My Mind in Richland, Wash. is also making a study of the Gary A. DeVon environment around Yellowstone. I can’t say I understood even half of what was going on at the Hot Lake, but I’ve always been curious about the lake. I’ve never seen it other than in photographs and hearing stories about people using the water for mining Epsom salts and for it’s perceived healing properties. I guess I wasn’t the only person who was curious because we had a good turn out of Oroville people, as well as the Mayor of Tonasket, Patrick Plumb, and Tonasket Chamber President Julie Alley. The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory’s mission “is to transform the world through courageous discovery and innovation. Our vision: PNNL science and technology inspires and enables the world to live prosperously, safely, and securely.” While some may complain about public money going for research – who wants to pay more taxes anyway – the benefits can be returned many fold. Without research into medicine, energy, defense and a whole gamut of things, we would not be better off. Imagine if our little Hot Lake, less than two miles from Oroville, could be the key to finding a cheap form of energy. That would be something. I appreciate the scientist coming to talk with us and answer our questions and Oroville Chamber President Clyde Andrews for arranging the meeting. I’m just glad we aren’t being tested on what we learned. We will have a fuller report on the meeting in next week’s issue.
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR The word is ‘empathy’ Dear Gary, World affairs: The mess our world is getting unprecedented attention. I am embarrassed to say I am part of the human race… sometimes. I want to whisper this….Have you noticed the chaos is beginning to resemble a pattern? Always someone is meddling on the dark side. The pattern sounds familiar and THAT is even more frightening. The dark acts look righteous on the surface, only. But in the end it feels like betrayal. We have lost faith in our environment The same people who protect us are the same ones who scare us. There ain’t no balance. And we are becoming afraid someone is going to jump off the other end of the teeter totter. Bang. Ouch. When do threats look like punishment? As soon as it takes I guess. There is one thing we can do. It is a word we all know. But it is not as simple as we thought. It is even more simple than we could ever dream up. The word is… “empathy” The dictionary says: Understanding so deeply, that the feeling, thoughts, and motives of one are emotionally comprehended by another as their own self. Greek, compassion. This is not the first time ‘love thy neighbor’ has been suggested. Now It is going to
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75 Years Ago: September 22 -29, 1939: The ore reduction mill of the Rapid Milling & Smelting Company, which has been under construction on the Similkameen River west of Oroville for the past couple of months, was put in operation for the first time Tuesday afternoon of this week. However, due to the breaking of the castings in the crusher and a few other minor adjustments, was again closed down until Wednesday. The meat department in Ike’s Grocery at Oroville, changed hands the first of the week, when Paul Loudon took over the operation and possession of the same. Mr. Loudon, up until a few months ago, was the mayor of Oroville and part owner of the L & M Market which he sold to Roy Mooney. Jim Thompson, who has been working as meat cutter for Ike Ramsey since the market was installed, will continue to work for Mr. Loudon. Okanogan County has a population of 21,461, according to estimate of the State Social Security Department. This estimate was made as a part of a state wide survey by the department and is believed to be substantially correct. A large new electric sign has been erected by the Washington Water Power Company over the front of their Oroville office at the north end of Main Street, making a nice appearance to the length of the street. D. J. Huber, state highway patrolman, called at the Gazette Office last week, explaining the proper way to make a U-turn on the streets of Oroville. According to the law, for those expecting to make the U-turn to stop and if the road is clear both behind and ahead to go ahead and make the turn. Roy Lutrell, who has been working for Meyer Prince for the past couple of months, has made arrangements to open the Cozy Corner Cafe until recently occupied by Prince’s temporary store. He will serve both meals and short orders. A Hunter’s Ball is being advertised for Saturday night at the Liberty Ball Room, Hersh Roberts Rhythm Aces will furnish the music. Dancers may buy a ticket for all night or for just a few dances if they wish.
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50 Years Ago: September 24- 31, 1964: Clerks and patrons at Ben Prince IGA Foodliner will
take a conscious intention to pull it off. If we become of one mind with empathy as top priority, we can’t fail. As a village we become strong. With Empathy we have rhythm, melody, a concert of sorts, just because we are on the same note. Empathy comes over you, like a wave of emotions. Like a cool wind. Because it is cool to be empathetic. You don’t need to be angry at anybody anymore. No more than you need to be angry with yourself. Give up on that. It is no one’s fault. Don’t hurt people or steal or cause danger to yourself and others. Stop yelling at the kids and your spouse and kicking the dog . Hold your place on the teeter totter, well balanced and trust the other person on the other end. Empathy comes to you. And you find peace. And heal. Put that in your pipe and smoke it. It smells good. I like it. Vivianna Irene Oroville
Shame On Congress Dear Editor, Congress does it again. They took a fiveweek recess in August to campaign, went
back to DC Sept, 8th. Now another recess days later to campaign. What is wrong with Congress? The ISIS threat is on the table, our President needs backing on this explosive situation. There are Congressional Bills requiring attention, where is Congress, on vacation to campaign. Is Congress thinking about the threat of another war? Are they thinking about the thousands of our veterans who need help? Is the VA scandal settled? No to these issues and many others. If we have another war and troops are once again boots on ground, more of our men and women in uniform will die, more will come home broken. Bills that need attention to help our veterans are being sat on, for example an important House Bill HR-543 the Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Agent Orange Act is stalled in committee. What sound advice is Congress giving the President of the terrorist group ISIS? All Congress is doing is thinking of themselves for the November election. What about our veterans, are they not worth concern and the American people’s concerns, do we all not have a say so? It is shameful! Stand up America and be counted, voice your opinion. Let Congress know what you think is best. John J. Bury, U.S. Navy retired Media, Pennsylvania
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have something in common when the doors are opened for business this morning. Both will be in the new surroundings. The new store, which is located just north of the present store, has been under construction for the past couple of months. Rainy and damp weather greeted those who attended the North Cross State Highway meeting on Washington Pass last Saturday. Many from Oroville were in the group who enjoyed the barbecue if not the weather. This meeting was held when the construction on the east side had met with those on the west side. Visitors had to travel the last few miles on both sides in 4-wheel drive vehicles as the roads were not yet passable for other means. There was glory in the Hornet dressing room Friday after the Hornets came from behind to win over Omak in the first of seven league games for both teams. After being outplayed by the Pioneers for the first half, Oroville roared back in completely dominating the ball game in the last half. Denzil Smith, who has operated the Richfield Service Station on South Main for the past five years, recently sold the business to Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Jennings. Long time residents in the community of Oroville, they are well known here and their many friends wish them success in their new venture. The PUD will help you buy an Electric Water Heater or Electric Range for a limited time by paying you $20 for each of these units you purchase. Grocery prices for the last two weeks are: Smoked picnic hams, $.29 per #; 1” sliced bacon, 2# for $1.09; 22 oz. pkg of Brownie Mix, 3 for $1.00; Bananas, 2# for $.25; 3# bag onions, $.13; 10# cane sugar, $.88; T-Bone steaks, $.98 per #;Stewed tomatoes, 6 cans for $1.00 or 24 can case, $3.89; Spuds, 10# for $.49; #2 size cans Pork& Beans, 6 for $1.00 or case of 24 cans,$3.89. Weather Wise by Marge Frazier, official observer: Sept. 23, 75 degrees maximum and 40 degrees minimum; Sept. 24 81 and 40; Sept. 25, 72 and 50; Sept. 26, 69 and 41; Sept. 27, 71 and 32; Sept. 28, 70 and 45 and Sept. 29, 64 and 41. Total precipitation for the period, .00.
dispute over pay, turned ugly for a time last Wednesday, as disgruntled apple pickers not only threatened their employers with a walkout but attempted to extort cooperation from co-workers though intimidation. The incident took place at the Clark & Taber Orchards east of the Okanogan River. Early Wednesday morning, units of the Oroville Police were called to the orchard when several laborers threatened bodily harm to any co-workers who did not join their cause and demand more money for each bin of apples picked according to Chief of Police, Al Rise. Construction of a fish rearing station that will eventually raise nearly half a million Okanogan Summer Chinook salmon on the banks of the Similkameen River, is near completion according to project manager Roger Purdom. The facility, which is being built at the expense of the Chelan County Public Utilities District, the result of fish mitigation agreements created when they constructed Rock Island Dam on the Columbia River. Citing a need to strive for improvements in science at Tonasket Schools, the board granted approval for Scott Olson to take 12 students on a field trip to the ocean where they would collect salt-water specimens for a “touch tank.” Due to the nature of the trip, it is not possible for the entire fifth grade class to go on the expedition, so the children desiring to go will be judged by their resources to certain questions. Steam-powered and from a bygone era, each year as it has for 35 years, an old steam powered tractor at the Jones Ranch, is stoked up to run the old-fashioned threshing bee for all to enjoy. The heart and muscle of the threshing bee is the 1894 Buffalo Pitts steam tractor, which is enlisted to turn the large belt that powers the 1920’s thresher. This “bee” has been held by the Jones family annually since 1938. The Colville Confederated Tribes and the Bonneville Power Administration will celebrate the opening of the Colville Tribal trout Hatchery with a ceremonial dedication at the hatchery located on the Colville Indian Reservation, three miles north of Bridgeport on Highway 17, beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 30. Construction of the multi-million dollar facility began in September, 1988 and was completed this month. The hatchery will produce 50,000 pounds of resident trout annually to stock various lakes and streams located within the boundaries of the reservation.
OKANOGAN VALLEY GAZETTE-TRIBUNE | SEPTEMBER 25, 2014
OKANOGAN VALLEY LIFE Next thing you know there will be snow on the ground Are you sensing the feel of fall in the air? Ever so nicely it is creeping up on us. Soon the beautiful colors will take over from the greens and the next thing we know, all will be covered with the same color… white! Enough already about football players, who think they can run the farthest, the fastest, get paid astronomical dollars and do whatever they feel like doing whether it is right or wrong (all sports included) and be idolized – the major TV stations seem to think it is their duty to talk about it, every hour, on the hour. (This is taken from my column, 25 years ago) Some of the sports figures are looked up to so highly, that it seems incredible they can do so many stupid things, thinking they won’t get caught. The betting on games, the drug using, the murders, and on and on. When will they ever learn? It will soon be World Series time and the tobacco chewers will be on the screen, in all their glory. Ugh! What a nasty habit! We’ll continue to be in trouble as long as we pay the best
professors less than the worst football coaches! Twenty five years and about the only change is not quite so many of the baseball players chew tobacco. Did you know that it has been 200 years since Francis Scott Key wrote the Star Spangled Banner? Do you know the words to it? At least the first verse? Things of this nature are what you don’t learn when you don’t have music in the elementary grades. Yes, I am still harping on that issue… and will continue until the remedy is corrected, or until I die, whichever comes first. So, the vote for Scotland to break away from the rule of Britain didn’t pass! A visit to the hospital to see Juanita Waggy found her not as “perky” as we remember her, but she’s still striving to improve enough to come to the senior center and see her friends. Beverly Storm has been moved from Seattle hospital to the Regency Rehabilitation Center in Omak for recu-
peration and healing. Meals at the Senior Center have not increased in price, but with food prices going up, up, up, I wouldn’t be surprised. We were entertained at lunch last week, at the center, by Harry Stockwell belting out “Ole Man River.” Great voice, Harry! How long has it been since you’ve had occasion to find a repairman for your refrigerator? It ain’t easy. To wait until October 9? One fellow said we might as well buy a new one, because we’d probably have that much in repairs. We scoffed at that comment, but perhaps he knew a thing or two, more than we do. A celebration of the life of “Howie” Howard Chamberlain, will be held at the Lakeview Golf and Country Club, in Soap Lake, Wash. Saturday, Sept. 27, 2 p.m. Howard passed away in Surprise, Ariz. from a form of cancer of the bone marrow. We spent last Friday and Saturday at the United Methodist Church rummage sale, which was kinda surprising, when
my husband has a “thing” about yard Eunice and Bill Godwin and Pat and sales. But, in the absence of Lloyd Curtis Guy Fisher found that they don’t serve who is usually the cashier, he did the breakfast at Church in the Grange Hall, job, and found that it was in Molson, the 20th. Try again kinda fun, and he could play this next weekend folks, “banker” again. you’ll have a better chance at Sharon, daughter of getting fed. the late “Tiny” Harnasch And soon the pinochle stopped at the yard sale and games will start at Molson. neither of us recognized her. Ted Thorndike had another Her black hair wasn’t the birthday, with three of his same color now. She will daughters present, his sister be with Gene Harnasch, Sr. Joan and her husband, from for a while. Soap Lake, on hand to help eat Hey! Thanks to the Joe his giant birthday cake, which Shaws. They found my blue THIS & THAT daughter Autumn arranged bucket at their place, down for. I’m sure he’d never had a Joyce Emry the street a ways from our birthday party in the middle of place. a rummage sale, but it didn’t Sympathy to the family of Marlene stop the folks at church from wishing (Campbell), daughter of the late Lloyd him well and enjoying the cake. The and Betty. As a young girl Marlene lived church will continue the rummage sale next door neighbor to my mom, and we next weekend, with the hours being same were so sorry when her health required as last weekend at the United Methodist that she have a kidney transplant and if Church, on Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. memory serves me correctly, it was her and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. brother that provided that kidney. I know Bob Hirst is still able to play a “mean” someone in the family did and she lived game of pinochle and his pain is lesseveral years. soned when he beats me. Lots of the Jackson family were on I am sorry to learn that Pat Robbins hand for the Memorial and burial of needed to be taken, by ambulance, to the Marge, last Saturday. She had lots of hospital, again. Hope all is going well friends from here and the other side of for her. The golf course awaits your the border. Condolences go out to all of return, Pat. them. Until next week.
READY FOR WINTER
Royal Neighbors members present a check to the Oroville Ambulance Services (L-R) Susan Geisler, Dolly Englebretson, Amy Wise, Marilyn McCauley, Margaret Smith, Janet Allan, Paul Bouchard, Mary Lou Barnett, Vivian Iverson and Elsa Lewis
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The Oroville Fire Department has been doing hose maintenance prior to the upcoming winter. The department has used two Monday fire meetings to test each hose before returning them to the fire hall. The firefighters do this by hooking each hose up to a fire hydrant and checking for leaks and any other damage. The annual maintenance is done at the end of each summer.
SUBMITTED BY JOANNE MORRIS OROVILLE CHAPTER OF ROYAL NEIGHBORS
Community Schools offering several classes SUBMITTED BY CYNTHIA GROUND NORTH VALLEY COMMUNITY SCHOOLS
Autumn has arrived and it’s time to get out and try something new! North Valley Community Schools offers several classes for your consideration in the upcoming week: Declaration of Independence - Learn about the Declaration of Independence, it’s history and execution. Intro to Flute - Start at the beginning and learn to play this beautiful, soothing instrument. This class will teach you to read music, the parts of the flute and how to play the flute. Gold Panning and Placer Mining - Do you have gold fever? Discover how to find the elusive mineral using simple tools and gain a fun and intriguing leisure
September meeting highlights SUBMITTED BY AUDREY HOLMES
Barbara Johnson held a meeting for members on September 8 at her country home. Roll call was, “What produce did you plant this year to put away for food this winter?” We look forward every year to see her tomatoes growing in large containers on her deck, and rows and rows of blooming plants and flowers. She’ll put tomatoes and
Delegates to meet in Okanogan about bylaws SUBMITTED BY JAMES GUTSCHMIDT OROVILLE SENIOR CENTER - PRESIDENT
“Arsenic and Old Lace” with Cary Grant, is the “Movie Matinee” schedule to be shown at the Center for this Friday at 1 p.m. It’s a comedy done in a single room, play format. Games including euchre,
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TONASKET GARDEN CLUB squash away for winter food. Not all of the produce has matured yet. Squash and tomatoes and cucumber pickles seem to be the favorite. Some can fruits and vegetables every year. Composting was talked about so save your peelings for it. Also, you can make your own potting soil mix by using peas, ver-
OROVILLE SENIOR NEWS pinochle, bingo, or your choice, is available after lunch on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Don’t miss Doris Hughes’ farmers market in the lunch room during lunchtime. On Thursday, Sept. 25 our members and delegates are meeting at the Okanogan Senior
scratch. Not only is it better for you, it tastes better too! Improve Your English - This course is for Spanish speakers who wish to improve their ability to communicate in English. Your ability to communicate with those around you affects everything in your life from interactions with neighbors, to relationships, to job prospects. Conversational Spanish Communication works both ways! Learn or expand your knowledge of Spanish. This is a great place to start! Street Survival - Learn practical and effective techniques for self-defense. This class is hands on and is open to women and men age 18 and over. Sign up for these classes and more! Call Ellen at 476-2011 for more information or look for the “goldenrod” color catalogs distributed around Oroville and Tonasket. For more information call Ellen in the office at 509-4762011.
miculite, perlite, sand and small amounts of fertilizer. We discussed seed saving. We should save our seeds from the product to hand down from generation to generation. Wendy Taylor, Vice President, saves her sunflower seeds from the birds by putting an old pillow case over the top. We’ll skip our October meeting because of a tour. November 10 will be the next meeting, at the Hillside Apartments, at 1:30 p.m. We encourage guests and new members to attend. The number to call for time and place is 509-223-3427.
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The church ladies had a good time learning to make decorative boxes from paper, ribbon, colorful stamp pads and ink. It was a fun project and we all went home with a nice box, big enough to put a small gift or candy treats into. We are all getting close to finishing our porcelain painting on our coffee cups. Thanks to our great teacher. The hunters arrived Monday night and started their hunt early on Tuesday morning. By the end of the week, three out of our four hunters had their deer. They have all returned to their homes and will be dreaming about next years trip to Chesaw. Last Friday over in Molson for BINGO Night we had a real good crowd and the biggest pay back was $20 Yahoo! Sorry to say it was not my day to win. We made our trip to the doctor in Wenatchee last Thursday. The trip was good, the weather great, and the lunch at Red Robin was very tasty. It is a long drive, but with good company it went fairly fast and we all had good news. One of the Special Events that happens on our Hilltop twice a year is the walk along the Oregon Trail starting at the Historic
Bartroff Homestead on Nealey Road, and ending at Lost Lake. This is for the students from Oroville that are going back in History to see how folks traveled from one side to the other of our wonderful country. This Friday Sept. 26 will be the fall trip. The walk is about four miles, however, the group is divided up into 3 smaller separate groups. The first will be walking ahead of the covered wagon and horses. The second group will be riding in the covered wagon, and the last group will bring up the back. There will be escorts in cars and on horse back. Just in case there is a problem. Each child brings a sack lunch to eat when they reach the lake. It is truly a sight and the children have a good time. Don’t forget the Fall Pancake Breakfast at the Molson Grange hall on Sunday, Sept. 28 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. This is a fundraiser for the Grange. Come, bring a friend, or relative, have a great breakfast and enjoy the morning. Fiona will be closing for the season on Sunday, Sept. 28, however, they will continue the Sunday, 3 p.m. music jams that they’ve been having, taking a break the first weekend in October and starting again on Sunday, Oct. 12. Sandra thanks all who came in this summer to see the gallery and the tal-
by our chapter $1000 matched our parent organization in Rock Island, Ill. Thank you to the community and local businesses – it is because of your continued support we are able to undertake projects like this as well a the Community Coat Closet, Kite Day plus on-going projects for North Valley Hospital and the Oroville Elementary School. ented local artists we have in the Highlands, and to those who came in for the coffee, she appreciate you all! Pinochle starts at the Grange Hall in Molson on Monday, Oct. 13 at 7 p.m. All are welcome. The next BINGO nights will be Friday, Oct. 3 and Oct. 17 at 7 p.m. Happy fall y’all Until next week.
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OKANOGAN VALLEY LIFE COMMUNITY CALENDAR BRAMAN & STODOLA TO PERFORM AT ESTHER BRICQUES WINERY OROVILLE â€“Chris Stodola, of Osoyoos, and Rick Braman, of Oroville, have combined their keyboard, guitar, and vocals talents and will share those with the public at this Thursdayâ€™s musical performance held at Esther Bricques Wineryâ€™s Tasting Room,September 25, 2014. Doors open at 6 pm, with music to follow soon after. Light refreshments are available. Esther Bricques Winery is located at 42 Swanson Mill Road, Oroville. For more information, please call the winery at (509) 476-2861.
5TH QUARTER TONASKET Tonasket: This Friday night, Sept. 26 - 5th Quarter! Starts right after the football game at youth center building and goes until midnight. Fun, Food & Free! Just follow the loud music to the party! If youâ€™re a high schooler or in middle school come hang out. See you there!!! OROVILLE FARMERSâ€™ MARKET OROVILLE - The next Oroville Farmersâ€™ Market will be Saturday, Sept. 27 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Oroville Public Library is presenting this market on Saturday mornings through Oct. 25. For more info call 509476-2096. NATIVE PLANT EVENT AT CCC TONASKET - The Okanogan Highlands Alliance invites the public to join them for an Evening with the Experts, a Highland Wonders educational event. The event takes place on Friday, Sept. 26 at 6:30 p.m. at the Community Cultural Center of Tonasket (CCC) at 411 Western Ave. A benefit dinner will also be held starting at 5 p.m. This event provides an opportunity for the community to bring their curiosity about native plants to a panel of experts. Based on digital photos and plant specimens that community members will bring to the event, the panel will provide assistance with plant identification and understanding the role of the plants in our Okanogan landscape. More info and important guidelines: www.okanoganhighlands.org/education/mysteryplant Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 509-476-2432. CELEBRATION IN MUSIC WORLD HABITAT DAY OROVILLE - Okanogan County Habitat for Humanity is presenting Celebration in Music: World Habitat Day on Saturday, Sept. 27 at the Oroville Free Methodist Church at 7 p.m. A variety of musical talents will perform, including â€œTouch of Graceâ€? handbell choir, harpist MariLiz Romano, Valley Christian Worship Team and Choir, the Okanogan OOkooleles and several other instrumentalists and vocalists. There is free
admission (free-will offerings will be accepted for the local Habitat for Humanity affiliate) and refreshments will be provided. The church is located at 1516 Fir St., Oroville.
MOLSON PANCAKE FEED MOLSON - There will be a pancake feed at the Molson Grange Hall on Sunday, Sept. 28 from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. COUNTY EMERGENCY PLANNING MEETING OKANOGAN - Annual Okanogan County Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 30, 10 a.m. to Noon in the Sheriffâ€™s Office Conference Room, 123 5th Ave North, Okanogan. All meetings are open to the public. Anyone with comments or concerns is invited to attend. SCHOOL RETIREES LUNCHEON OMAK - The Okanogan County School Retireesâ€™ Association meets 11 a.m., Tuesday, Sept. 30, for a no-host luncheon meeting at Koala Street Grill, 914 Koala St, Omak. Guest speaker is 7th District Representative, Joel Kretz. Information: 509-4222954. APPLE PIE FUNDRAISER OROVILLE - The Immaculate Conception Catholic Church is taking orders for their 7th Annual Apple Pie Fundraiser. The deadline for placing an order is Tuesday, Sept. 30. and can be placed with parish members -for more information call Jane Lynch at 509-476-2177 or Jo Mathews at 509-476-3819. Pies are $7 each and parish members encourage people to order as many as they wish because the pies freeze well and can be baked when ready to be eaten. The pies will be freshly made on Oct. 6 and ready for delivery. Part of the proceeds will be donated back to the community. MOLSON BINGO MOLSON - BINGO at the Molson Grange Hall on Friday, Oct. 3 and Friday, Oct. 17 at 7 p.m. $10 Fee. CHILDBIRTH EDUCATION SERIES. TONASKET - North Valley Hospitalâ€™s Childbirth Education Series, a series of four classes to prepare expectant families are held Monday evenings every other month â€“ February, April, June, August and December. These free classes are held in the orientation room (Hospital receptionist will direct attendees) from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The October sessions are Oct. 6, 13, 20 and 27. The classes are being presented by RenĂŠ Todd, RN, MSN, OB Nurse; Pamela Thacker, RN, NVH OB
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FILM LOOKS AT DAM BUILDING ERA TONASKET Cascade Columbia Fisheries Enhancement Group is sponsoring a free screening of DamNation, a film that explores the era of dam building in our nation that left nearly no stream free from damming, as well as the current movement towards the removal of dams that are derelict, provide no public benefit, or are barriers to fish passage. The screening is at the Tonasket Community Cultural Center on Wednesday, Oct. 22 starting at 7 p.m. The film will be followed by a panel discussion bringing some of the concepts from the movie into more of a local perspective.Check out ccfeg.org for more info. TONASKET FOOD BANK TONASKET - The Tonasket Food Bank operates every Thursday from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the old Sargeâ€™s Burger Bunker, 101 Hwy. 97 N. For more information, contact Debbie Roberts at (509) 486-2192.
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TVâ€™s episode 18 of â€œCoast Guard Alaskaâ€? and season 10 episode 7 entitled â€œLost At Seaâ€? of â€œThe For the month of September Deadliest Catchâ€?. we are honoring Coast Guard Coast Guard Air Station Aviation Survival Technician Kodiak is on the beautiful Kodiak [Rescue Swimmer] Darren Hicks. Island approximately 250 miles His Blue Star Mother Karen is a southwest of Anchorage. The Charter Member of our North Air Station was commissioned in Central Washington band of mili- 1947 and was the first permanent tary moms. U.S. aviation resource in Darren was born to Alaska. The Air Station is Karen and Mike February largest CG command in 22, 1988. He knew at a the Pacific Area responyoung age that he wantsible for 4 million square ed to be a rescue swimmiles. mer and in June 2006 he For two centuries the joined the elite group of U.S. Coast Guard has Coast Guard Survival AST2 Darren Hicks safeguarded our Nationâ€™s Technicians. Darren maritime interests, envimet and married Krista August 2, ronment, borders, and rescued 2013 while stationed at Air Station those in peril. With nearly 42,000 Kodiak in Alaska where heâ€™s been men and women on active duty, ever since and is enjoying wil- the Coast Guard carries out both derness! Heâ€™s racked an Alaskan civil and military responsibilities Range Dall Sheep with a 37.25 and is the only armed force of inche curl, a massive halibut that the U.S. that is part of Homeland required three men to pull aboard, Security. The CG protects and and a Kodiak brown bear. aids in the navigation of our ports, Not only does Darren have a waterways, and coasts providing fascination with the Alaskan wil- search and rescue for humans as derness, but so does the world. well acting as guardians of our sea Darren has been featured on life and environment. The Coast PRESIDENT, NCW BLUE STAR MOTHERS
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9. High nest: Var. 10. Aerial maneuver 11. Chill 12. Pesky insects 14. “___ we row along,...” lyrics 21. “Comprende?”
41. Sharp, narrow ridge found in rugged mountains
22. Camelot, to Arthur
42. Balcony section
26. Agreeing (with)
43. Ottoman governor 44. Banquet
27. Mount ___, tallest Indiana sand dune
45. Typewriter roller
28. Be bombastic
47. 20-20, e.g.
48. Donkey’s harsh cry
30. Dostoyevsky novel, with “The”
49. Suitable for feeding into a computer (2 wds)
57. Ashtabula’s lake
34. Black cat, maybe
58. “No kidding”
37. Pie cuts, essentially
38. Light blue Monopoly avenue
60. One million bytes (pl.)
39. Engage in make-believe
61. “Tomorrow” musical
45. Reverent petition to God
63. “___ on Down the Road”
47. Plural of “this”
65. Athletic supporter? (golf)
49. Same: Fr.
25. Doctor’s order
32. Bishop of old TV
50. Length x width, for a rectangle 51. Smokes
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8. Not having to pay for property use (hyphenated)
40. “Then what?”
9. Brio 15. Obviously surprised
7. Group of poems with a common epic theme
52. Coastal raptor 53. Crosspiece between chair legs
16. Cartoon bear 17. Food sticker
1. Feed bag contents
18. Atomic number 5
19. Beat badly
3. Charlie, for one
56. “... or ___!”
20. Old Glory (3 wds)
4. Conspiratorial groups of plotters
5. Acute physical or mental pain 6. Leopard
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Oroville students attending regional FBLA training included (l-r) Dakota Haney, Ellamae Burnell, Tori Kindred and Bailey Griffin.
Oroville High Students attend regional FBLA Officer Training SUBMITTED BY TONY KINDRED OROVILLE FBLA ADVISER
LEAVENWORTH - Fifty school FBLA officers, including a contingent from Oroville High School, attended North Central Region Future Business Leaders of America officer training on Wednesday, Sept. 10. Schools represented included Cascade, Cashmere, Wilson Creek, Columbia Basin Tech., Quincy, Ellensburg, Chelan, Okanogan and the Oroville. Orovilleâ€™s Tori Kindred, FBLA State Vice President representing the North Central region of Washington, presented a successful officers training to FBLA officers from region high school chapters. Kindred received training at State Officer Training in Centralia this past spring and attended executive officer meetings at the National Conference in Nashville, Tennessee in July, in preparation for her role as a state officer. The officersâ€™ training included Region VP Kindred, Chapter Vice President Bailey Griffin, Secretary Ellamae Burnell and
Treasurer Dakota Haney. The training included meeting management, parliamentary procedure, taking of minutes, chapter funding management and leadership office responsibilities. Chapter Advisers presented to the students as well as a very special keynote who presented to the students on the importance and impact of choices. Oroville FBLA members extend a special thanks to the Oroville School district administration and community for their support of leadership events as well as to the Cascade High School chapter and adviser Kirk Sunitsch for setting up the convenient use of the Chelan County Community Room at the Fire Hall in Leavenworth. Also a special thanks and the team building scavenger hunt amongst cooperating business in Leavenworth, WA.
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on the Central Washington University Campus. In a year with a new executive director it has been labeled a year of transition. Orovilleâ€™s Tori Kindred will be working with officers from other regions, the executive committee, as well as the advisers, to begin the changes that will take place this year. Extensive work on the State program of work was visited at the meeting and key changes that effect competition, dates for region meetings and the State Leadership Conference management were discussed. Kindred said that the committee is working to enhance the state conference and FBLA competition as well as offer some great business leadership opportunities. She said that the committee work being done is to streamline the system and begin to build new partnerships with business in the years ahead. Kindred said she is excited to be a part of the new opportunities the committee is working on and will focus on marketing and branding as well as the state conference presenter acquisition.
On Friday, September 19, in the Oroville High Jr./Sr. High School Music Room, Mr. Eric Stiles arranged for Oroville students a special opportunity. A musical presentation was given by two outstanding professional musicians, winners of the recent Ladies Musical Club of Seattle music competition. The musicians, Benjamin Adler (Clarinetist, above) and Jeff Siegfried (Saxophonist, left) presented courtesy of the Okanogan Friends of Music and the Ladies Musical Club of Seattle. The presentation (miniature concert) took place during 5th period at school, after lunch. The winners of the competition come Oroville each year to share their talents with local students. Submitted photos
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New Oroville Schools staff introduce themselves New staff at Oroville Elementary and Junior/Senior High Schools wrote up small bios to introduce themselves to the community. Below are their photos and some details about their lives.
Cyley Wytko My name is Cyley Wytko and I graduated from WSUPullman in Spring 2013, Go Cougs! My family lives in Cyley Wytko Moses Lake and I have just recently moved up to Oroville. Iâ€™ll be getting married to Gerad Moser in the late fall and am so excited! Iâ€™ve worked with kids my whole life from teaching gymnastics, swim lessons, and coaching cheerleading. You are most likely to find me with my nose in a book or working on my computer toward the completion of my masters. I am honored to be part of the Oroville School district and look forward to the years to come!
Tonasket. I went to Junior High and High school in Oroville. I graduated third in my class in 1982. Ila Hall I moved to the coast and had three beautiful sons. They are grown now and I have five grandchildren. Each summer I have spent quality time with my dad and siblings in Oroville. This year my husband and I decided to move back to Oroville to give back to the community where I was raised. I am an advocate for life long learning. I have a Bachelors in Social Service with a minor in management, Bachelors in Religions, Masters in Business, and a Masters in Elementary Education. I am also a nurse and CPR and First Aid Instructor. In my spare time I love to fish, hike, and garden. We just bought several acres and plan to make a garden of flowers and edibles to enjoy.
Whitney Massart I grew up in the Oroville/ Tonasket area and earned my BA in teaching at Eastern Was h i ng ton U n i v e r s i t y. Whitney Massart I recently moved back to the area a little over a year ago with my husband. I enjoy all sports and anything that has to do with the outdoors!
Kelsey Smith My name is Kelsey Smith and I am the new second grade teacher at Oroville Elementar y School. I Kelsey Smith was born and raised in Oroville and am so excited to be teaching here. I graduated from Eastern Washington University in 2012 and completed my student teaching in second grade at Oroville Elementary School. Iâ€™m excited to be a part of the Oroville Elementary team!
Ila Hall Hi! My name is Mrs. Ila Hall. I was born in Kirkland Wash. At the age of ten I moved to the Okanogan Valley. I attended grade school in Omak and
DJ Rounds has been a Parapro in the Oroville S c h o o l District since 2008. During this time she has been DJ Rounds working diligently on her Bachelors Degree in elementary education while working and raising her family. The culminating event before receiving her degree is to be a student teacher, which she will be doing in both Mrs. King and Mr. Ragsdaleâ€™s fifth grade classrooms this Fall. She is super excited for this school year and is looking forward to working with each of her students and her cooperating teachers.
Shelly Martin I live in Oroville with my family. I have a Masters degree in elementar y education from Western Shelly Martin Governors Un ive rs it y and a Bachelors degree from Washington State University. Iâ€™ve worked as a substitute for the district for the past several years. I am excited to be teaching fourth grade this year as well as writing for both fourth and fifth grade. I am enjoying coaching cheerleading at the high school this
year and have spent many years coaching youth basketball and softball. Iâ€™m very excited for this school year.
Jessica Budzak I was adopted at a young age and grew up in Puyallup, Was h i ng ton with my parents, a younger brother, and Jessica Budzak an older sister. After graduating from Puyallup High School I decided to pursue my interest in Interior Design but after two years I knew my true passion was in education working with children. I taught sixth grade during my student teaching experience in Spokane. I just graduated from Washington State University (Go Cougs!) and this will be my first official year teaching! I am so happy to be teaching Kindergarten at Oroville Elementary!
Carla Kerns I grew up in Riverside Washington, went to Heritage U n i v e r s i t y. After graduating I moved to Carla Kerns Alaska where I taught for 4 years in a small bush village called New Stuyahok. Upon having my first child I moved back home, married my now husband and took a couple of years off to stay at home with my daughter. I was a substitute teacher for two years at the Tonasket and Oroville School Districts and had my second child before jumping at the opportunity to work as a High School English teacher here in Oroville.
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Immaculate Conception Catholic Church 1715 Main Street Oroville 9:00 a.m. English Mass every Sunday 1:00 p.m. Spanish Mass every Sunday Father Jose MaldonadoÂ‡476-2110
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Oroville Ward 33420 Highway 97 509-476-2740 Sunday, 10:00 a.m. Visitors are warmly welcomed
Daphne Booker Daphne Booker, long time Oroville resident, enjoys spending time with family, hunting, camping, Daphne Booker and playing golf. She and her husband, Ed, are kept very busy with their five children; Ashley (21), Austin (19), Kane (7), Brody (5) and Emmit (four months). Daphne has over ten years experience in accounting and office management and is excited about her new endeavor as a secretary at the high school.
Oroville United Methodist /HRQ/$OGHQ3DVWRUÂ‡)LU2URYLOOHÂ‡ Sunday Worship: 10 a.m. Sept. Message Series: Prayer Can Change Your Life www.Orovilleumc.org
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Trinity Episcopal 602 Central Ave., Oroville Sunday School & Services 10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist: 1st, 3rd, & 5thÂ‡Morning Prayer: 2nd & 4th Healing Service: 1st Sunday The Reverend Marilyn Wilder 476-3629 :DUGHQÂ‡
Ironwood & 12th, OrovilleÂ‡476-3926 Sunday School 10 a.m.Â‡Sunday Worship 11 a.m. :HGQHVGD\%LEOH6WXG\SP
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MOLSON Community Christian Fellowship Molson Grange, Molson Sunday 10 a.m., Worship 10:30 a.m. :HGQHVGD\SP%LEOH6WXG\ â€œFor by grace are ye saved through faith...â€? Eph. 2:8-9 â€œ...lovest thou me...Feed my lambs...John 21:1-17
RIVERSIDE Riverside Lighthouse - Assembly of God 102 Tower Street 6XQGD\%LEOH6WXG\DP Sunday Worship 11:00am & 6:30pm Wednesday- family Night 6:30pm Pastor Vern & Anita Weaver Ph. 509-826-4082
TONASKET Holy Rosary Catholic Church 1st & Whitcomb Ave., Tonasket 11 a.m. English Mass every Sunday 7:00 p.m. Spanish Mass every Saturday Father Jose MaldonadoÂ‡476-2110
Immanuel Lutheran Church 1608 Havillah Rd., TonasketÂ‡509-485-3342 6XQ:RUVKLSDPÂ‡%LEOH6WXG\ 6XQ6FKRRO â€œFor it is by grace you have been saved, through faith--and this not from yourselves, it is the gift of God--not by works, so that no one can boast.â€? -Eph. 2:8-9
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Crossroads Meeting Place Tonasket Foursquare Church
415-A S. Whitcomb Ave.Â‡Pastor George Conkle Sunday: 10 a.m. (509) 486-2000Â‡cell: (509) 429-1663
Tonasket Community UCC 24 E. 4th, TonasketÂ‡486-2181 â€œA biblically based, thoughtful group of Christian Peopleâ€?
Whitestone Church of the Brethren 577 Loomis-Oroville Rd., Tonasket. 846-4278 9:15am Praise Singing. 9:30am Worship Service 10:45am Sunday school for all ages
Ellisforde Church of the Brethren 32116 Hwy. 97, Tonasket. 846-4278 10am Sunday School. 11am Worship Service
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If there has been an element missing from the Tonasket-Oroville rivalry in recent years, itâ€™s been the biggest game of all: the varsity football â€œBattle for the Bellâ€? game. With Tonasket joining Oroville in the Central Washington 2B League, that rivalry will be renewed on Friday, October 10, when the Hornets visit Tonasket for the Tigersâ€™ homecoming game. The Tonasket ASB is selling â€œBattle for the Bellâ€? t-shirts with the above logo with a shirt intended for both communities and schools. Shirts will be short sleeve with medium gray background in sizes Adult S, M, L, XL and XXL Cost is $15; email Anita Asmussen at email@example.com with your shirt sizes.
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JERRY LEE ROUNDS Jerry Lee Rounds, age 61, went home to be with the Lord on September 12, 2014. He was born November 13, 1952 in Tonasket, Washington to Ardith J. and Edward E. Rounds. Jerry met and then married his first wife Evelyn Huckleby in 1970. They welcomed their daughter Sabrina K. Rounds in 1972. He met his second wife Connie in 1985 and welcomed her and her daughters Acey and Darcy into his life. They married in 2009. Jerry played music from the Northwest Territories to Arkansas. He played the guitar, bass, drums, was self-taught in the lap steel guitar, and had a heavenly musical voice. He was a â€œJerryâ€? of all trades; mechanic, front end
maintenance, all orchard work and would try to fix just about anything that was broken. But his biggest love was making money in the great outdoors. Picking morel mushrooms, huckleberries, salal brush, ferns, etc. and cutting firewood for the winter months. He loved the outdoors and animals of all kinds from rattlesnakes to his beloved pets at home. He loved taking the time to minister and spread the word of God to family and friends. He loved spending time with his family (blood and extended) hiking, fishing, hunting, telling stories, and just relaxing. He is survived by his wife Connie Rounds; daughters Sabrina (Jack) McAlpine, Acey (Adam) Cantrell-Mendoza, and Darcy (Yancy) Epperson; grandchildren whom he loved dearly, Early-Dawn, Tapanga, Ariel, Natasha, Emma, Brian, Chance, Teaya, Alana, Riley, Jesse, and Janie; great grandchildren Dasyn, Celia, Kaden, Bryson, Harley, and Ember; sisters Ruth (Korey) Boge and Betty (Dave) Capehart; brothers Larry (Bev) Rounds and Gary (Olivia) Rounds. Many more family, friends and his beloved pets. Jerry was preceded in death by his parents, first wife Evelyn and sister Bonnie Kuebler. A Celebration of Jerryâ€™s life will be held Saturday, September 27, 2014 at 11 a.m. at the Valley Christian Fellowship (142 East Oroville Rd.) with Pastor Randy McAllister officiating. A potluck lunch will follow. In his memory please wear camouflage if you have it. In lieu of flowers he
would have liked everyone to pick up their bibles and read. You may also donate to Ronald McDonald House in his name. Bergh Funeral Service of Oroville/Tonasket is in care of arrangements.
RAYLEIGH BELL COLBERT Rayleigh Bell Colbert was seven-months-old when she passed peacefully in her sleep surrounded by family on September 14, 2014. Rayleigh is the daughter and greatest blessing of Patrick and Haley Colbert of Tonasket. Rayleighâ€™s time with us brought much joy and laughter. Her bright blue eyes, expressive face, and crooked smile warmed the heart of everyone
she met. Rayleigh inherited from her mother both elegance and confidence. She was a stunning little lady in pearls and lace when she took part in her parentsâ€™ and uncleâ€™s weddings. Rayleigh was her daddyâ€™s hard working farm girl and assisted in the planting of her parentsâ€™ newest orchard, Rayleighâ€™s Block. She enjoyed riding on the tractor or in the truck helping her family harvest fruit this fall. Rayleigh was a happy and inquisitive child and being with her was a great privilege. It is obvious that Rayleigh loved her life and loved her family very much. Rayleigh received the loving and devoted care of her grandparents Belinda and Gary Grillo and Rhonda Colbert. Rayleigh shared a special bond with her greatgrandparents Santos and Lupe Ramon and Gini and Marvin Grillo. Rayleigh was blessed to have spent time with her greatgreat-grandmother Elaine Grillo. Rayleigh was loved deeply by her uncle and aunt Andrew and Meghan Grillo, uncle Bobby Colbert, her other uncles, aunts, cousins, and all of her extended family. She is being cared for and loved in Heaven by her grandfather Raymond Colbert. A celebration of Rayleighâ€™s life will be held Saturday, September 27, 2014 at 2 p.m. at Rayleighâ€™s Block of the Colbert Orchards three miles north of Tonasket. We ask in lieu of flowers that contributions be made to the North Valley Hospital Foundation in honor of Rayleigh Bell Colbert. We thank everyone for their con-
tinued love and support. Bergh Funeral Service of Oroville/Tonasket in care of arrangements.
She enjoyed being around family and friends, camping, reading and flowers. Jody is survived by her mother Betty (Jack) Finsen of Oroville, one brother Joe (Jenny) Finsen of Oroville, and one sister Jill Finsen of Oroville. Along with several cousins, nieces and nephews, and longtime friend Dave Reynolds. She was preceded in death by her husband Bob Smith, father Frank Wyatt, grandparents Erna and Frank Wyatt, grandmother Ruth Bird, grandfather Lee Malkson, sister Gerri Lee Howe, nephew Donny Howe, and several aunts and uncles. The family will have a private memorial at a later date. Memorial gifts may be made to a charity of your choice.
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JODY (WYATT) SMITH Jody (Wyatt) Smith of Oroville passed away at Central Washington Hospital in Wenatchee on September 17th 2014. Jody was born July 30, 1953 to Frank Wyatt and Betty Finsen. She grew up between Oroville and Nighthawk and was a graduate of Oroville High School. After school she moved to Seattle where she became a bookkeeper, and met her husband Bob Smith. Jody and Bob moved to Torrance, Calif.
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SEPTEMBER 25, 2014 | OKANOGAN VALLEY GAZETTE-TRIBUNE
SPORTS Tigers roll past Liberty Bell, set up early showdown Big test Friday vs. Brewster BY BRENT BAKER BBAKER@GAZETTE-TRIBUNE.COM
WINTHROP - Tonasket’s first league game as a Central Washington League 2B member wasn’t nearly the test the Tigers thought it might be. Tonasket’s ground game continued to roll, piling up more than 300 rushing yards through the first three quarters to key a 41-6 victory on the Mountain Lions’ home field Friday, Sept. 19. The Tiger defense was equally dominant, giving up 102 yards for the game, just 22 of those coming before emptying the bench in the fourth quarter. “I felt like we wore them down with our depth,” said Tonasket coach Jay Hawkins. “Our defense played fantastic. We forced a lot of negative plays.” Isaiah Yaussy-Albright and Jorge Juarez benefited from the Tigers’ offensive line play. Yaussy-Albright racked up four touchdowns, carrying the ball 110 yards and three scores in the first half finishing with 112 yards on 16 carries. Jorge Juarez added 79 yards on 12 carries, while Jesse Manring had 59 yards on a touchdown and Jesse Ramon added 34 yards. Quarterback Colton Leep got into the act as well, picking up 52 yards and a 17-yard fourth quarter touchdown on five carries. “We have some great capabilities in our running game, just because we can run different backs at people that run differently (from one another),” Hawkins said. Liberty Bell had little luck against the Tiger defense, breaking off just two positive plays of any significance in the first half. Quarterback Chip Jones, who is both elusive and strong-armed, attempted just two passes before halftime, in part because the Tigers’ defense spent most of the night in the Liberty Bell backfield. “I thought they might test us a little bit more passing than they did,” Hawkins said. “But our defense played great tonight, and was consistent through the whole game.” Tonasket led 41-0 in the fourth quarter, with the “mercy rule” running clock in effect, before the Mountain Lions put together a drive that ended with Jones diving into the end zone for Liberty Bell’s lone score of the night. The competition upgrades significantly this Friday as the Tigers (2-1, 1-0 CWL North) host Brewster (3-0, 0-0). The Bears, featuring quarterback Timbo Taylor and receiver Cade Smith, have been very impressive through their non-conference schedule, knocking off Chelan and Omak, then running up an 83-34 (yes, eighty-three points) against Kittitas. Taylor passed for more than 400 yards, with Smith hauling in 12 catches for 241 yards. “It’s going to be interesting,” Hawkins said. “They’ve got some (imposing) guys. We expect the ball in the air 30 or 40 times. “We have to get better at focusing on every play as a group. We’ve got guys that do, but we have to get better and develop those habits that every single play you’ve got to be ready to go. It’s a situation for us, where these are new experiences. We’re starting to gain some confidence, but it’s all about that next play, and having that ability to focus better, play by play.”
Brent Baker/staff photo
Top, Isaiah Yaussy-Albright led the Tonasket rushing attack with 112 yards on 16 carries, including this 41-yard run on the Tigers’ opening drive; left, Chad Edwards, who seldom looks small on the football field, takes on 6-6, 400 lb. Liberty Bell nose guard Garrett Jensen; above, David Moreno (23) draws an obvious pass interference penalty - but ended up making the catch for a 15-yard gain anyway.
Hornets build big lead, earn first win against Manson BY BRENT BAKER BBAKER@GAZETTE-TRIBUNE.COM
OROVILLE - Coming off last week’s thrashing at the hands of Class 1A power Mt. Baker, there might have been some question as to how the Oroville football team might respond in their first league game of the season. The answer: just fine, thank you. The Hornets rolled to a 27-point lead and were never threatened on the way to defeating Manson 41-28 on Friday, Sept. 19. “We played good at times,” said Oroville coach Tam Hutchinson. “But we tackled poorly at times. Our passing game has improved every game, and we’re seeing some improvement in our running game. But we still made a lot of mistakes.” The Hornets led 27-7 lead early in the third quarter as Nathan Hugus rushed for a 2-yard score and passed to Joseph Sarmiento for a 28-yard touchdown in the third quarter. Dustin Nigg’s 72-yard punt return gave Oroville a 13-0 lead after the first quarter, and he later tossed a halfback option pass to Sarmiento for a 33-yard touchdown in the second quarter. A Manson score late in the third quarter cut it to 27-14, but Nigg’s interception return for a touchdown and Caleb Mills’
35-yard scoring run opened the lead back up to 41-14. “They had some big boys up front,” Hutchinson said. “And their little running back was hard to catch. They hurt us with some screen passes in the first half but we made some adjustments and were able to shut that down. Manson scored two touchdowns in the final five minutes to make the score respectable. One score in the final seconds came after Hutchinson called a time out to allow an injured Manson player to get off the field. “Joe tackled the kid pretty hard, trying to keep him out of the end zone,” Hutchinson said. “He got up but he was kind of wandering around as they were lining up to run the play. He needed to get off the field but the officials didn’t notice even after I said something, so I called the time out. “It wasn’t worth taking a chance on.” The Trojans actually outgained the Hornets 354-329, but Oroville parlayed six Manson turnovers - including three Nigg interceptions - into advantageous field position. Caleb Mills finished with 92 yards rushing on 13 carries, with Logan Mills adding 73 yards on 10 carries. “Logan has been playing great on defense,” Hutchinson said. “He’s running the ball better as
Gary DeVon/staff photo
Oroville quarterback Nathan Hugus drops back to pass during Friday’s victory over Manson. he’s gotten into better shape. And Dustin had a really game defensively, too.” Hugus completed 7-of-16 pass-
es for 124 yards and a touchdown without an interception. Sarmiento led the receiving corps with 81 yards on three catches.
Defensively, EZ Delgado was in on 15 total tackles. The defense also turned in nine tackles for loss.
The Hornets (1-2, 1-0 CWL) take on unbeaten powerhouse Okanogan (3-0) on the road this Friday.
OKANOGAN VALLEY GAZETTE-TRIBUNE | SEPTEMBER 25, 2014
SPORTS STANDINGS & SCHEDULES
Hornets await help BY BRENT BAKER BBAKER@GAZETTE-TRIBUNE.COM
FOOTBALL CENT. WA LEAGUE NO. DIV. (2B) League W Tonasket 1 Oroville 1 Okanogan 1 Brewster 0 Manson 0 Liberty Bell 0 Bridgeport 0
L 0 0 0 0 1 1 1
Overall W L 2 1 1 2 3 0 3 0 0 2 1 2 1 2
CENT. WA LEAGUE SO. DIV. (2B) League W Soap Lake 1 Mabton 0 Warden 0 White Swan 0 Kittitas 0 Lk. Roosevelt 0
L 0 0 0 0 0 1
Overall W L 1 2 2 1 2 1 1 2 0 3 0 3 Brent Baker/staff photo
Tonasket’s Kasey Silverthorn (11) one-touches the Tigers’ second goal past teammate Morgyne Hjaltason and the Liberty Bell defense early in last Thursday’s 5-3 victory over the defending state semifinalists. Kayla Willis picked up the assist with the perfect crossing pass.
GIRLS SOCCER CENTRAL WASHINIGTON LGE (B)
League Overall Pts W L W L Okanogan 9 3 0 3 1 Tonasket 6 2 0 3 0 Brewster 6 2 1 3 1 Liberty Bell 3 1 1 1 1 Entiat 3 1 2 1 2 Manson 0 0 0 0 0 Bridgeport 0 0 2 0 3 Oroville 0 0 3 1 3
T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
VOLLEYBALL (Overall record includes non-league tournament matches, including split sets)
CENT. WA LEAGUE NO. DIV. (2B)
League Overall W L W L Sp Okanogan 3 0 7 3 2 Brewster 3 0 4 4 0 Liberty Bell 2 1 2 2 0 Lk Roosevelt 2 1 3 5 0 Manson 1 2 1 2 0 Bridgeport 1 2 4 4 4 Oroville 0 3 0 3 0 Tonasket 0 3 0 3 0
CENT. WA LEAGUE SO. DIV. (2B) League W Kittitas 0 Mabton 0 Soap Lake 0 Warden 0 Waterville 0 White Swan 0
Overall L W 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 3 0 2 0 2
L 4 6 3 5 0 1
Sp 1 0 0 0 0 0
SCHEDULES SEPT. 25 - OCT. 4 Thursday, Sep. 25 VB (JV/Var) - Lake Roosevelt at Tonasket, 5:30/7:00 pm VB (JV/Var) - Oroville at Manson, 5:30/7:00 pm GSC - Oroville at Tonasket, 4:30 pm Friday, Sept. 26 FB (Var) - Brewster at Tonasket, 7:00 pm FB (Var) - Oroville at Okanogan, 7:00 pm Saturday, Sept. 27 XC - Tonasket & Oroville at Manson Invitational, 10:00 am Monday, Sept. 29 FB (JV) - Tonasket at Brewster, 5:30 pm Tuesday, Sept. 30 VB (JV/Var) - Tonasket at Oroville, 5:30/7:00 pm GSC - Liberty Bell at Oroville, 4:30 pm GSC - Tonasket at Okanogan, 4:30 pm Thursday, Oct. 2 VB (JV/Var) - Bridgeport at Tonasket, 5:30/7:00 pm VB (JV/Var) - Oroville at Brewster, 5:30/7:00 pm GSC - Brewster at Tonasket, 4:30 pm GSC - Bridgeport at Oroville, 4:30 pm Friday, Oct. 3 FB (Var) - Chelan at Oroville, 7:00 pm FB (Var) - Tonasket at Bridgeport, 7:00 pm Saturday, Oct. 4 VB (Var) - Tonasket at Quincy Tournament, 9:00 am XC - Tonasket & Oroville at Can-Am Invitational, Kettle Falls, 10:00 am
ALUMNI Sierra Speiker (Oroville ‘14) also in a Big Sky four-way meet in Portland on Saturday. The University of Idaho freshman finished the 5-kilometer course in 17:48, a new personal best. Speiker raced against 35 athletes from Easter Washington, Portland and Portland State. Speiker was the first UI runner to finish and came in five seconds behind race winner Sarah Reiter of EWU. Catie Arrigoni (Oroville ‘11) also finished third in the collegiate division of the Erik Anderson/ Runner’s Soul Invitational in Spokane on Saturday, Arrigoni, attending EWU but taking a redshirt cross country season this fall, ran unattached and finished the 5k course in 19:06.37. Jessica Mildes (also unattached, but attending Gonzaga) won the 77-athlete race in 18:33.98.
Tigers off to fast start BY BRENT BAKER BBAKER@GAZETTE-TRIBUNE.COM
TONASKET - Tonasket’s girls soccer team bolted to a quick early lead, then held on to defeat Liberty Bell 5-3 in an early showdown with last year’s Class 1B/2B team. The Tigers dominated the opening 20 minutes, taking a 1-0 lead on Rose Walts’ early goal. A perfect piece of soccer execution made it 2-0 as Kasey Silverthorn one-touched Kayla Willis’ crossing pass to the center of the box into the net. “We looked a lot better than Tuesday (two days earlier at Entiat),” said Tonasket coach Darren Collins. “Our passing was really good. That goal by Kasey - I was really happy for her. She
has been working on her shot all summer long. She didn’t get a lot of playing time but that was really, really nice.” A pair of Jaden Vugteveen goals early in the second half put the Tigers up 4-1. Sally GordonWhite and Corrine Dietz sandwiched goals around a second score from Walts to cut the Tiger lead to 5-3, and the Mountain Lions kept the pressure on over the final 10 minutes, forcing keeper Madison Gariano into a number of saves. “We got a little tired at the end,” Collins said. “But that’s a good team that has played in the state tournament and isn’t going to give up. So this was a good win.” The Tigers (3-0, 2-0 CWL) host Oroville on Thursday and
BY BRENT BAKER
WINTHROP - Injuries hampered the Oroville volleyball team Thursday, Sept. 18, in a four set loss at Liberty Bell that dropped the Hornets to 0-3 on the young season. “This was a challenging game as we were down two of our starters with injuries and had another get injured in the third set,” said Oroville coach Nicole Hugus of the Hornets’ 25-17, 25-11, 23-25, 25-21 loss to the Mountain Lions. “They were a tough team who did a good job at finding holes on our court, but by the third set we were covering better and working as a team despite a change of rotation.” Already missing setter Jessica Galvan, the Hornets were hurt further at the position when Sydney Egerton rolled her ankle in the third set. “Liberty Bell had a tough crowd,” Hugus added. “We handled it well. I think we will be much better prepared the next time we meet these teams.” The Hornets travel to Manson on Thursday and host Tonasket on Tuesday, Sept. 30.
OKANOGAN 12, LIBERTY BELL 0 OROVILLE - Okanogan, likely a state contender after a successful run in Class 1A over the past several seasons, trounced the Hornets 12-0 on Tuesday, Sept. 16. “It was a learning experience for a young team,” Kindred said. “The majority of our team is freshmen. It was tough against an experienced Okanogan team who have several experienced athletes and a roster twice the size of ours.” Kindred said defense and communication improved as the game went on. “The girls are sticking together,” he said. “They’re excited to play and improve as they go along.”
travel to Okanogan on Tuesday, Sept. 30. The Sept. 11 game at Manson was rescheduled for Saturday, Sept. 27.
TONASKET 6, ENTIAT 2 ENTIAT - Tonasket won its first Central Washington B League game at Entiat on Tuesday, Sept. 16, with a 6-2 victory behind Kayla Willis’ hat trick. Jaden Vugteveen added two goals and Megan Bolich added one, while Madison Gariano had nine saves in goal. “I know we can play better than we did,” Collins said. “But we did enough to win.” Bolich, Rose Walts, Morgyne Hjaltason, Mandi Wilson, Kasey Silverthorn and Laura Escatel were credited with assists.
Injuries costly for Hornets BBAKER@GAZETTE-TRIBUNE.COM
BREWSTER - Oroville’s girls soccer team has played its first three games of the season with just 11 players, leaving no room for injuries or substitutions. Thus far that hasn’t been a good thing for the win-loss column, but Coach Tony Kindred said hasn’t slowed his team down. “The girls played with a lot of heart and determination,” he said after the Hornets’ 7-0 loss at Brewster on Thursday, Sept. 18. “They played ‘11 Strong.” Kindred said goalkeeper Xochil Rangel made numerous saves to keep the score from getting out of hand. “All of the girls played tough and worked well as a team (especially) in the second half,” Kindred said. “Our forwards Kambe Ripley and Tori Kindred played well. Our defensive line held Brewster with some aggressive play from Marissa Aubin, Tylynne
Watkins and Lindsay Koepke at midfield.” Tori Kindred’s direct kick was the Hornets’ best scoring chance, just clearing the crossbar. The Hornets (0-3) travel to Tonasket on Thursday and host Liberty Bell on Tuesday, Sept. 30.
Stats vs. LB - Rachelle Nutt 2/4 serves, 1 ace, 6/9 passes, 7/9 hits, 1 kill; Andrea Perez 14/15 serves, 6 tips; Monica Herrera 19/19 serves, 8/9 hits, 1 kill; Mikayla Scott 4/7 serves, 2 digs; Courtnee Kallstrom 10/10 serves, 2/5 digs, 2/3 hits; Sydney Egerton 6/6 passes; Sarai Camacho 6/6 serves, 2/3 passes, 2/4 hits, 1 ace.
LAKE ROOSEVELT 3, OROVILLE 1 COULEE DAM - Lake Roosevelt handed the Hornets a four-set defeat on Tuesday, Sept. 16, 25-23, 25-10, 23-25, 25-21. “We had a tough game,” Hugus said. “We had a lot of serving errors and didn’t really get in sync with each other until the third set.” Starting setter Jessica Galvan missed the match due to injury. “We had some good serving by Hannah Hilderbrand and hitting by Mikayla Scott,” Hugus said. Stats vs. LR - Hannah Hilderbrand 16/18 serves, 2 aces, 1 kill, 2 blocks; Mikayla Scott 6 kills, 2 blocks, 2 digs, 5/9 serves, 1 ace; Rachelle Nutt 6/7 serves, 2 kills; Andrea Perez 9/10 serves; Monica Herrera 5/6 serves; Sydney Egerton 4/6 serves; Courtnee Kallstrom 4/6 serves.
Brent Baker/staff photo
Tonasket’s Rachael Sawyer blocks Liberty Bell’s Ashley Watson during last Tuesday’s loss to the Mountain Lions.
Close match evades Tigers BY BRENT BAKER BBAKER@GAZETTE-TRIBUNE.COM
TONASKET - Tonasket’s volleyball team will be much more competitive in the Central Washington League than it was in the Caribou Trail League. Learning to win tense, close matches may take a little time. The Tigers, playing their first home league game in the new conference alignment, fell to Liberty Bell on Tuesday, Sept. 16, 25-22, 25-27, 25-20, 25-23. Tonasket was either tied or held the lead in all but the third set, but could only finish off the Mountain Lions in Set 2. Kasey Nelson had several kills and blocks in the opening set to pull the Tigers even at 21-21 after they had trailed 21-16. But a number of self-inflicted errors proved costly as Liberty Bell scored four of the final five points. The second set went back and forth the whole way. Trailing 25-24, Rachael Sawyer had a big kill to keep the set alive, and Alexa Sutton’s cross court kill
provided the final point for the Tigers. Liberty Bell took the lead early in the third set and never let the Tigers back in it. In the fourth set, Tonasket led by as much as 10-5 early on. The Mountain Lions’ mid-set run tied it at 14-14 and the two teams traded the lead down the stretch. Sawyer’s block and kill kept the Tigers’ hopes alive as they cut a 23-20 deficit to one point, but Liberty Bell scored two of the final three points to end the match. The Tigers (0-3, 0-3 CWL) travel to Okanogan on Thursday and host Lake Roosevelt on Tuesday, Sept. 25. Stats vs. LB: Kasey Nelson 6 kills, 1 block; Rachael Sawyer 2 blocks, 5 kills; Alexa Sutton 3 aces, 2 kills; Taylon Pilkinton 3 aces, 100% serving.
BREWSTER 3, TONASKET 0 TONASKET - The Tigers were swept at home for the first time this season at the hands of Brewster, 25-18, 25-18, 25-8. Stats vs. BRW: Alissa Young 1 kill, 1 ace; Alexa Sutton 2 kills, 2 aces; Vanessa Pershing 2 kills.
Tonasket runners earn Spokane trophies BY BRENT BAKER BBAKER@GAZETTE-TRIBUNE.COM
SPOKANE VALLEY - Thirtyfive schools of all sizes competed at the Erik Anderson/Runners’ Soul Invitational in Spokane Valley on Saturday, Sept. 20, with Tonasket’s boys and girls teams both bringing home trophies for their finishes among like-sized schools. With about 35 schools competing, the Tiger boys finished 15th and girls took ninth. That was good for third best amongst Class 1B/2B schools for the boys, while the girls were runners-up and came within five points of winning their class. All schools sizes raced together, though there were also JV and freshman races. “The boys didn’t have their best race of the season,” said Tonasket coach Bob Thornton. “But they still brought home the third place trophy. The girls ran a good, smart race and won the second place trophy, only five points from winning the 14-school “B” (classification).” Hunter Swanson led the boys with a 64th place finish in 19:16.81 on the 5-kilometer course. Other Tiger finishers included Adrian McCarthy (85th, 20:14.50); Bryden Hires (101st, 21:18.04); Abe Podkranic (106th, 21:46.56); Smith Condon (118th, 22:42.64); Justin McDonald (127th, 23:45.37); Rade Pilkinton (131st, 24:29.26). Keeton Hoines finished 151st in the JV race (26:25.88). Finishers for the girls included
Johnna Terris (51st, 23:47.22); Jenna Valentine (58th, 24:27.48); Camille Wilson (67th, 24:48.51); Katie Henneman (67th, 25:51.07); Haley Larson (74th, 27:09.72); and Baillie Hirst (81st, 29:46.84).
TIGERS, OROVILLE BOTH RUN AT BRIDGEPORT BRIDGEPORT - Tonasket’s Johnna Terris won the inaugural Bridgeport Invitational as the Tigers were the lone team to score, while the boys finished second to Liberty Bell out of five scoring teams. Oroville finished fifth amongst the boys teams.
Hunter Swanson (5th, 13:12.2) led the Tigers with a fifth place finish on Bridgeport’s 2.2 mile course. Terris established the girls’ first course record with a time of 16:20.2 For Oroville, Brandon Baugher (18th, 14:59.1) led the way while Phoebe Poynter (13th, 22:33.4) was the lone Hornet girl to race. Top 10 and Tonasket/Oroville Finishers (2.2 miles) Boys Team - 1. Liberty Bell 27; 2. Tonasket 63; 3. Lake Roosevelt 76; 4. Bridgeport 96; 5. Oroville 118. Individual - 1. Ben Klemmeck,
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38. Emmanuel Castrejon, ORO, 17:45.2; 40. Keeton Hoines, TON, 17:52.2; 42. Adam Halvorsen, TON, 18:05.0; 46. Dakota Haney, ORO, 22:30.2. Girls Team - 1. Tonasket 15 (no other teams scored) Individual - 1. Johnna Terris, TON, 16:20.2; 2. Kayla St. Pierre, LR, 17;14.4; 3. Jenna Valentine, TON, 17:23.2; 4. Katie Henneman, TON, 17:31.7; 5. Camille Wilson, TON, 17:32.0; 6. Letty Trejo, BPT, 18:05.2; 7. Baillie Hirst, TON, 18:20.9; 8. Koharu Yonebayashi, LB, 18:35.5; 9. Alyssa Hannah, MSN, 19:11.3; 10. Haley Larson, TON, 20:52.1; 13. Phoebe Poynter, ORO, 22:33.4.
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SEPTEMBER 25, 2014 | OKANOGAN VALLEY GAZETTE-TRIBUNE
OKANOGAN COUNTY FAIR Okanogan County Fair Results, Part 2. For the rest of the results, see our Sept. 18 issue. HOME ECONOMICS 546 - HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES 11 - Hot dish mat Blue Juli’Ona Duran, Omak (2 projects) 20 - Pin cushion Blue Barbara Tyrrell, Riverside 22 - Pot holders Reserve Champion - Blue Maggie Tugaw, Okanogan Blue Charlotte F. Covey, Omak 41 - Misc. medium (3) Blue Amelia Anderson, Oroville (2 projects) 43 - Pillowcases Reserve Champion - Blue Teresa Newton, Tonasket Blue Andrea George, Elmer City 549 - HOLIDAY ITEMS 05 - Christmas wall quilt, over 30 in. Red Lynette Westendorf, Winthrop; Joan Bassen, Winthrop 552 - DONUTS OR COOKIES (PLATE OF 4) 05 - Rolled Blue Samantha N Eiffert, Omak; Claire Ives, Okanogan Red Caden D Sanders, Riverside 11 - Chocolate Chip Grand Champion - Blue Skyler J Booker, Riverside Reserve Champion - Red Serena Smart, Okanogan Red Bo Silverthorn, Tonasket; Adrian George, Elmer City ; Samantha N Eiffert, Omak; Sarah Silverthorn, Tonasket; Lilly Pillow, Tonasket; Morgan George, Elmer City . 12 - Snicker Doodles Blue Betty Cleveland, Coulee Dam; Bo Silverthorn, Tonasket; Stephanie Bedard, Omak; Sarah Silverthorn, Tonasket; Seth Whitley, Okanogan; Cooper Townsend, Okanogan . 13 - Peanut Butter Blue Chase Barroca, Tonasket; Reese Bowling, Omak; Reed Bowling, Omak; Skyler J Booker, Riverside; Red Carly Pillow, Tonasket; Caden D Sanders, Riverside, Andrea George, Elmer City; Samantha N Eiffert, Omak, Lilly Pillow, Tonasket.
Kelly Buchert, Tonasket 26 - Pears Grand Champion - Blue Colleen Tibbs, Oroville Reserve Champion Jean Berney, Okanogan Blue Amelia Anderson, Oroville
561 - SYRUPS 11 - Raspberry Red Lesa Eiffert, Omak 12 - Strawberry Red Laura Suverly, Malott 13 - Misc. Fruit (3) Blue Cora Lee Thompson, Omak 563 - CANNED FRUIT 02 - Applesauce Blue Kelly Buchert, Tonasket Red Melissa Lickfold, Riverside 03 - Apricot Grand Champion - Blue Jean Berney, Okanogan 05 - Blackbery Blue Cora Lee Thompson, Omak; Elaine Witters, Okanogan. 11 - Cherries: Sweet Grand Champion - Blue Jean Berney, Okanogan Blue Lesa Eiffert, Omak Red Lalena Johns, Okanogan 18 - Grape Grand Champion - Blue Jean Berney, Okanogan 22 - Nectarines Red Jean Berney, Okanogan 24 - Peach (halved) Blue Jean Berney, Okanogan; Karla Stucker, Oroville 25 - Peach (sliced) Blue Jean Berney, Okanogan Red
02 - Long arm quilted Blue Angie Stolp, Brewster Red Angie Stolp, Brewster; Kole Webster, Brewster 03 - Machine quilted Reserve Champion - Blue Lynette Westendorf, Winthrop Blue Barbara Tyrrell, Riverside; Betty Swezey, Brewster Red Tom Deebach, Tonasket; Dottie Noyes, Winthrop
564 - CANNED VEGETABLES 01 - Asparagus Grand Champion - Blue Karla Stucker, Oroville 02 - Beans: Green Grand Champion - Blue Amelia Anderson, Oroville Blue Reva J. Reed, Winthrop; Cora Lee Thompson, Omak 05 - Beets: Diced & sliced Reserve Champion - Blue Amelia Anderson, Oroville 15 - Peas Red Cora Lee Thompson, Omak 19 - Misc. vegetables (3) Grand Champion - Blue Amelia Anderson, Oroville
Trophy winners in Mutton’ Bustin included (l-r) Bronson Becker, Grace Becker, Austin Simpson (Montana Silversmiths Buckle winner); Reese Noel and Amanda Angell. 04 - Garlic Blue Cora Lee Thompson, Omak; Amelia Anderson, Oroville 07 - Pepper Grand Champion - Blue Floyd Covey, Omak
565 - TOMATOES
09 - Sweet pickles Blue Cora Lee Thompson, Omak
01 - Salsa Blue - Grand Champion Cora Lee Thompson, Omak Blue Sandra L. Lantrip, Okanogan
12 - Zucchini pickles Blue Lesa Eiffert, Omak
03 - Tomato, whole Red Lalena Johns, Okanogan
13 - Zucchini relish Grand Champion - Blue Lesa Eiffert, Omak Blue Melissa Lickfold, Riverside
04 - Tomato, pieces Blue Emily Hale, Tonasket Red Kelly Buchert, Tonasket
14 - Misc. relish (3) Red Charlotte F. Covey, Omak
05 - Tomato, stewed Blue Cora Lee Thompson, Omak
15 - Misc. pickles (3) Blue Lalena Johns, Okanogan; Cora Lee Thompson, Omak
07 - Tomato paste White Lalena Johns, Okanogan
16 - Misc. pickled fruit (3) Blue Cora Lee Thompson, Omak
08 - Tomato puree White Lalena Johns, Okanogan
18 - Misc. vegetables (up to 3) Grand Champion - Blue Charlotte F. Covey, Omak
566 - SAUCES-STANDARD SIZE JARS
571 - DRIED FOODS
05 - Tomato sauce Blue Emily Hale, Tonasket
01 - Apples Grand Champion - Blue Charlotte F. Covey, Omak Blue Floyd Covey, Omak Red Jean Berney, Okanogan; Sheila Corson, Omak
567 - SALSA
04 - Tomato salsa (using paste tomatoes) Blue Karla Stucker, Oroville
09 - Two crust pie Grand Champion - Blue Sarah Silverthorn, Tonasket
594 - LARGE INDIVIDUAL QUILTS
32 - Misc. (3 items allowed) White Karla Stucker, Oroville (2 projects)
556 - CANDY
559 - APPLE DIVISION
02 - Machine applique Blue Tom Deebach, Tonasket; Andrea George, Elmer City; Lynette Westendorf, Winthrop
30 - Rhubarb Blue Jean Berney, Okanogan
02 - Tomato salsa (using sliced tomatoes) Blue Lesa Eiffert, Omak; Blaine Sullivan, Oroville.
07 - Misc. (3) Blue Brenda Wilson, Riverside
591 - APPLIQUE QUILTS
28 - Prunes Blue Jean Berney, Okanogan
15 - Misc. (3) Blue Wendy Witt, Brewster; Bettie Wehmeyer, Tonasket; Michaela Allen, Okanogan. Red Kabella Wilson, Riverside; Cooper Ives, Okanogan; Ana Hrle, Okanogan.
03 - Uncooked-candy only (6 pieces) Blue Megan G Heinlen, Tonasket. Red Ruth Ingram, Brewster
23 - Misc. (3) Red Andrea George, Elmer City
03 - Tomato/Green chile salsa Blue Blaine Sullivan, Oroville
06 - Tomato/tomato paste salsa Blue Charlotte F. Covey, Omak; Floyd Covey, Omak 568 - CANNED MEATS 01 - Beef Grand Champion - Blue Sherry Bodkins, Tonasket 569 - JELLIES 01 - Apple Blue Sherry Bodkins, Tonasket; Charlotte F. Covey, Omak. 02 - Apricot Blue Beth Yarnell, Riverside 03 - Blackberry Blue Charlotte F. Covey, Omak 12 - Elderberry Grand Champion - Blue Charlotte F. Covey, Omak 13 - Grape Blue Wendy Witt, Brewster 17 - Plum Blue Beth Yarnell, Riverside 19 - Raspberry Red Amelia Anderson, Oroville 22 - Misc. (up to 3) Grand Champion - Blue Charlotte F. Covey, Omak Blue Charlotte F. Covey, Omak
02 - Apricots Red Floyd Covey, Omak; Charlotte F. Covey, Omak. 03 - Bananas Blue Charlotte F. Covey, Omak Red Jean Berney, Okanogan 04 - Cherries: sweet Reserve Champion - Blue Carly Pillow, Tonasket; Lilly Pillow, Tonasket 06 - Peaches Grand Champion - Blue Lilly Pillow, Tonasket Reserve Champion - Blue Carly Pillow, Tonasket Blue Sheila Corson, Omak 09 - Pears Blue Charlotte F. Covey, Omak; Floyd Covey, Omak 12 - Jerky Grand Champion - Blue Maggie Tugaw, Okanogan Reserve Champion - Blue Kayden Tugaw, Okanogan 13 - Mushrooms Blue Charlotte F. Covey, Omak 15 - Parsley Blue Cora Lee Thompson, Omak Red Jean Berney, Okanogan 17 - Pepper Blue Floyd Covey, Omak 19 - Misc. Fruit (3) Blue Floyd Covey, Omak; Charlotte F. Covey, Omak 21 - Misc. Vegetables (3) Blue Floyd Covey, Omak
570 - CANNED PICKLES & RELISHES
22 - Grapes Blue Charlotte F. Covey, Omak
01 - Bread & Butter Blue Karla Stucker, Oroville
23 - Dill Blue Cora Lee Thompson, Omak
02 - Cucumber Blue Cora Lee Thompson, Omak; Emily Hale, Tonasket
24 - Mint Blue Reva J. Reed, Winthrop
03 - Dill Grand Champion - Blue Amelia Anderson, Oroville Reserve Champion - Blue Ellie Swartsel, Omak Blue Patricia Murrah, Okanogan Red Corbin Hale, Tonasket
25 - Misc. Herbs (3) Blue Cora Lee Thompson, Omak (2 projects) 573 - MISCELLANEOUS FOODS, YOUTH ONLY 04 - Table setting, with menu card, showing color coordination Grand Champion - Blue
Dianna Suverly, Malott 577 - JAMS 01 - Apricot Reserve Champion - Blue Yasmeen Quidwai, Omak Blue Jean Berney, Okanogan; Elaine Witters, Okanogan Red Patricia Murrah, Okanogan 02 - Blackberry Blue Beth Yarnell, Riverside, Elaine Witters, Okanogan; Lesa L. Eiffert, Omak, Karla Stucker, Oroville; Ellie Swartsel, Omak, Red Cora Lee Thompson, Omak
Blue Laura Hayner, Okanogan
03 - Machine pieced, hand quilted Grand Champion - Blue Madison K. Koplin, Tonasket; Red Patricia Murrah, Okanogan
81 - Misc. Blue Debby Sharp, Omak ; Laura Hayner, Okanogan; Charlotte F. Covey, Omak; Debby Sharp, Omak. Red Teri G Mitschelen, Malott
04 - Machine pieced, sewing machine quilted Blue Lynette Westendorf, Winthrop Red Barbara Tyrrell, Riverside; Chelsie McFetridge, Winthrop
582 - CLOTHING-GIRLS, BOYS, LADIES AND MENS
05 - Machine pieced, tied Grand Champion - Blue Teresa Newton, Tonasket Blue Teresa Newton, Tonasket
06 - Dress, 2-piece Red Andrea George, Elmer City; 16 - Skirt Blue Andrea George, Elmer City
03 - Black Raspberry Blue Cora Lee Thompson, Omak
19 - Vest Blue Andrea George, Elmer City
04 - Blueberry Blue Lesa Eiffert, Omak
21 - Apron Blue Andrea George, Elmer City (2 projects)
06 - Cherries: sour Red Sandra L. Lantrip, Okanogan 07 - Cherries: sweet Blue Lalena Johns, Okanogan 10 - Huckleberry Grand Champion - Blue Yasmeen Quidwai, Omak 12 - Peach Blue Karla Stucker, Oroville; Cora Lee Thompson, Omak; Lesa Eiffert, Omak; Emily Hale, Tonasket; Melissa Lickfold, Riverside; Joanne Sutton, Oroville Red Patricia Murrah, Okanogan; Yasmeen Quidwai, Omak White Lalena Johns, Okanogan 13 - Pear Blue Charlotte F. Covey, Omak 14 - Plum Blue Melissa Lickfold, Riverside 16 - Raspberry Blue Lesa L. Eiffert, Omak; Jean Berney, Okanogan; Cora Lee Thompson, Omak; Colton Wilson, Tonasket. 17 - Rhubarb Blue Emily Hale, Tonasket 18 - Strawberry Blue Yasmeen Quidwai, Omak Red Cora Lee Thompson, Omak 19 - Misc. (up to 3) Blue Lesa L. Eiffert, Omak; Cora Lee Thompson, Omak (3 projects) Red Cora Lee Thompson, Omak; Emily Hale, Tonasket.
583 - COUNTED CROSS STITCH 01 - Picture, framed, under 12 inches Reserve Champion - Blue Amelia Anderson, Oroville 02 - Picture, framed, over 12 inches Reserve Champion - Blue Betty Cleveland, Coulee Dam 06 - Misc. (3) Reserve Champion - Blue Amelia Anderson, Oroville; Blue Amelia Anderson, Oroville (2 projects) 586 - SEWING 01 - Apparel Grand Champion - Blue Maia Deebach, Tonasket Blue Andrea George, Elmer City Red Patricia Murrah, Okanogan; Amber Lyttle, Okanogan 02 - Household articles Blue Reva J. Reed, Winthrop; Andrea George, Elmer City Red Patricia Murrah, Okanogan 03 - Other Blue Patricia Murrah, Okanogan; Lynne Thomison, Omak Red Andrea George, Elmer City 590 - ACCESSORIES 01 - Apron Grand Champion - Blue Bettie Wehmeyer, Tonasket Blue Andrea George, Elmer City 04 - Bibs Red Andrea George, Elmer City
580 - CROCHETED OR KNITTED
06 - Cap Red Elaine DeMille, Omak
09 - Bibs Red Charlotte F. Covey, Omak
15 - Shawl Blue Andrea George, Elmer City
11 - Booties Blue Debby Sharp, Omak
18 - Scarf Blue Betty Cleveland, Coulee Dam
14 - Cap Blue Gary Reed, Winthrop; Teri G Mitschelen, Malott 18 - Centerpiece Blue Shirley D Hayse, Conconully 29 - Doll clothes Grand Champion - Blue Ruth Payne, Okanogan 58 - Pot holder Blue Charlotte F. Covey, Omak; Kaylee J Clark, Loomis 59 - Purse Red Kaylee J Clark, Loomis 61 - Shawl Blue Debby Sharp, Omak 64 - Slippers Blue Shirley D Hayse, Conconully 73 - Tissue holder Blue Teri G Mitschelen, Malott 74 - Tote bag
595 - SMALL QUILTS-MAXIMUM SIZE 4 FT. X 5 FT.
Thank You... Kevin & Jody Terris for buying Mr. & Mrs. Mallard and supporting me at the fair.
Love, Charlee Buchert
597 - JUICES 03 - Grape Blue Lesa L. Eiffert, Omak; Lesa Eiffert, Omak HORSE 211 - QUARTER HORSE HALTER DIVISIONYOUTH 04 - Mares, 2-yrs-old or older, foaled furing 2011 or before Grand Champion - Blue Lindsey Jones, Okanogan Reserve Champion - Blue Issabella Velasquez, Omak Blue Sarah K. Quinlan, Oroville; Katie Keane, Tonasket; Erin Quinlan, Oroville; Logan ThompsonLoomis, Abigail Davidson, Omak, Lilly Pillow, Tonasket Red Sierra Swezey, Brewster 08 - Geldings, 2-yrs-old or older, foaled during the year 2011 or before Grand Champion - Blue Alexis Jones, Okanogan Reserve Champion - Blue Breanna Howell, Tonasket Blue Juanita Desjardins, Omak; Serenity Poletti, Loomis; Brisa Leep, Tonasket. 212 - HALF ARABIAN HALTER DIVISIONYOUTH 08 - Geldings, 2-yrs-old or older, foaled during the year 2011 or before Grand Champion - Blue Karlie Henneman, Tonasket Reserve Champion - Red Katie Henneman, Tonasket 215 - MORGAN HALTER DIVISION-YOUTH 08 - Geldings, 2-yrs-old or older, foaled during the year 2011 or before Grand Champion - Blue Callie Barker, Oroville 216 - PAINT HALTER DIVISION-YOUTH 04 - Mares, 2-yrs-old or older, foaled furing 2011 or before Grand Champion - Blue Sierra Johns, Okanogan Reserve Champion - Blue Pippa Smith, Riverside 08 - Geldings, 2-yrs-old or older, foaled during the year 2011 or before Grand Champion - Blue Lily White, Twisp Reserve Champion - Blue Wendy Huizar 217 - PONY HALTER DIVISION (54 IN. AND UNDER)-YOUTH 04 - Mares, 2-yrs-old or older, foaled furing 2011 or before Grand Champion - Blue Jennah Thomason
SEE RESULTS | PG B4
RESULTS | FROM B3 Blue Erin Quinlan, Oroville 08 - Geldings, 2-yrs-old or older, foaled during the year 2011 or before Grand Champion - Red Gabe Gould, Oroville (2 projects) 218 - ALL OTHER REGISTERED BREEDS HALTER DIVISION-YOUTH 04 - Mares, 2-yrs-old or older, foaled furing 2011 or before Grand Champion - Blue Bethany Davidson, Omak (2 projects) Reserve Champion - Blue Berkley Reagles, Brewster 06 - Mares foaled after Jan. 1, 2013 Blue Izzable Ortega, Oroville; 08 - Geldings, 2-yrs-old or older, foaled during the year 2011 or before Reserve Champion - Blue Berkley Reagles, Brewster Red Carly Pillow, Tonasket 219 - ALL OTHER UNREGISTERED HALTER CLASS-YOUTH 04 - Mares, 2-yrs-old or older, foaled furing 2011 or before Grand Champion - Blue Lily White, Twisp Reserve Champion - Blue Shantell McCune, Omak Blue Erin Quinlan, Oroville 08 - Geldings, 2-yrs-old or older, foaled during the year 2011 or before Grand Champion - Blue McKendra Rose, Okanogan Reserve Champion - Red Michaela Allen, Okanogan Red Michaun Kelpman, Omak (2 projects) 09 - Geldings foaled during the year 2012 Grand Champion - Blue McKendra Rose, Okanogan 240 - EQUITATION-YOUTH 01 - Stock Seat, Senior (16-19-yrs-old) Grand Champion - Blue Alexis Jones, Okanogan Reserve Champion - Blue Callie Barker, Oroville Blue Lily White, Twisp Red McKendra Rose, Okanogan; Miranda Cleveland, Okanogan; Sarah K. Quinlan, Oroville; Breanna Howell, Tonasket; White Brisa Leep, Tonasket 02 - Stock Seat, Intermediate (12-15-yrs-old) Grand Champioin - Blue Juanita Desjardins, Omak Reserve Champion - Blue Mikenna Kelpman, Omak Blue Camille Wilson, Tonasket; Michaun Kelpman, Omak Red Shantell McCune, Omak; Sierra Swezey, Brewster; Erin Quinlan, Oroville; Bethany Davidson, Omak White Jennah Thomason, Omak; Serene Hunt, Brewster 03 - Stock Seat, Junior (8-11-yrs-old) Blue Lindsey Jones, Okanogan; Katie Keane, Tonasket; Clara Downey, Okanogan Red Victoria Reagles, Brewster 04 - English, Senior (16-19-yrs-old) Grand Champion - Blue Callie Barker, Oroville Reserve Champion Lily White, Twisp Red Sarah K. Quinlan, Oroville; Michaela Allen, Okanogan 05 - English, Intermediate (12-15-yrsold) Grand Champion - Red Bethany Davidson, Omak Red Jennah Thomason 06 - English, Junior (8-11-yrs-old) Grand Champion - Blue Abigail Davidson, Omak Reserve Champion - Blue Katie Keane, Tonasket 07 - Bareback, Senior (16-19-yrs-old) Grand Champion - Blue Callie Barker, Oroville Reserve Champion - Blue Miranda Cleveland, Okanogan Blue Sarah K. Quinlan, Oroville 08 - Bareback, Intermediate (12-15-yrs-old) Grand Champion - Blue Juanita Desjardins, Omak Reserve Champion - Blue Camille Wilson, Tonasket Blue Mikenna Kelpman, Omak, Sierra Swezey, Brewster, Bethany Davidson, Omak Red Shantell McCune, Omak; Serene Hunt, Brewster; Michaun Kelpman, Omak; Jennah Thomason, Omak; Logan Thompson, Loomis, Erin Quinlan, Oroville White Issabella Velasquez, Omak; Sierra Johns, Okanogan; Sierra Johns, Okanogan 09 - Bareback, Junior (8-11-yrs-old) Grand Champion - Blue Clara Downey, Okanogan Reserve Champion - Blue Katie Keane, Tonasket Blue Abigail Davidson, Omak Red Victoria Reagles, Brewster 10 - Lead-Line, ages 6 & under (can enter nothing else) Grand Champion- Blue Addison Desjardins, Tonasket; Kady Burton, Tonasket Reserve Champion - Blue
OKANOGAN VALLEY GAZETTE-TRIBUNE | SEPTEMBER 25, 2014
OKANOGAN COUNTY FAIR Haley Pillow, Tonasket; Colton Stansbury, Omak Blue Elizabeth Desjardins, Tonasket; Lilly Pillow, Tonasket; Teegan Stevens, Omak; Berkley Reagles, Brewster; Prairie Somes, Omak; Lilly Pillow, Tonasket; Ethan McKee, Malott; Emmerson Goetz, Okanogan; Monte McKee, Malott 11 - Walk Trot, ages 8 & under Grand Champion - Blue Pippa Smith, Riverside Reserve Champion - Blue Mary Lu Tafolla, Oroville Blue Carly Pillow, Tonasket; Berkley Reagles, Brewster; Presley Somes, Omak. 241 - TRAIL DIVISION-YOUTH & ADULT 01 - Senior (16-19-yrs old) Grand Champion - Blue Alexis Jones, Okanogan Reserve Champion - Blue Breanna Howell, Tonasket; Blue Callie Barker, Oroville Red Miranda Cleveland, Okanogan; Brisa Leep, Tonasket White Sarah K. Quinlan, Oroville; Serenity Poletti, Loomis; 02 - Intermediate (12-15-yrs-old) Grand Champion - Blue Michaun Kelpman, Omak, Red Juanita Desjardins, Omak; Camille Wilson, Tonasket; Serene Hunt, Brewster White Wendy Huizar; Sierra Johns, Okanogan; Issabella Velasquez, Omak; Mikenna Kelpman, Omak; Jennah Thomason, Omak; Logan S Thompson, Tonasket; Katie Henneman, Tonasket; Samantha Whitney, Tonasket; Sierra Swezey, Brewster; Logan Thompson; Loomis; Bethany Davidson, Omak; Shantell McCune, Omak 03 - Junior (8-11-yrs-old) Grand Champion - Blue Lindsey Jones, Okanogan Reserve Champion - Blue Katie Keane, Tonasket Blue Victoria Reagles, Brewster White Clara Downey, Okanogan; Abigail Davidson, Omak 04 - Adult Grand Champion - Blue Terri Barker, Oroville Reserve Champion - Blue Michelle Skylstad, Omak White Marnee Cleveland, Okanogan 05 - Little People (7 & under) Grand Champion - Blue Carly Pillow, Tonasket Reserve Champion - Blue Mary Lu Tafolla, Oroville Blue Lilly Pillow, Tonasket Red Pippa Smith, Riverside 242 - WESTERN PLEASURE-YOUTH AND ADULT 01 - Senior (16-19-yrs old) Grand Champion - Blue Alexis Jones, Okanogan Reserve Champion - Blue Callie Barker, Oroville Blue Breanna Howell, Tonasket Red Sarah K. Quinlan, Oroville
Becca Hawley, Okanogan. 03 - Junior (8-11-yrs-old) Grand Champion - Blue Lindsey Jones, Okanogan Reserve Champion - Red Clara Downey, Okanogan Red Victoria Reagles, Brewster; Katie Keane, Tonasket 04 - Adult Grand Champion - Blue Terri Barker, Oroville White Amanda Vance, Omak; Michelle Skylstad, Omak. 245 - WESTERN OR ENGLISH RIDINGYOUTH 01 - Senior (16-19-yrs-old) Grand Champion - Blue Alexis Jones, Okanogan Reserve Champion - Blue Callie Barker, Oroville Blue Breanna Howell, Tonasket Red Sarah K. Quinlan, Oroville White Lily White, Twisp; McKendra Rose, Okanogan 02 - Intermediate (12-15-yrs-old) Grand Champion - Blue Mikenna Kelpman, Omak Reserve Champion - Red Bethany Davidson, Omak White Juanita Desjardins, Omak; Jennah Thomason, Omak; Sierra Johns, Okanogan; Wendy Huizar; Serene Hunt, Brewster; Michaun Kelpman, Omak; Shantell McCune, Omak. 03 - Junior (8-11-yrs-old) Grand Champion - Blue Lindsey Jones, Okanogan Reserve Champion - Blue Katie Keane, Tonasket Red Victoria Reagles, Brewster 246 - HORSEMANSHIP, FOAL TO YEARLING 01 - Senior (16-19-yrs-old) Red McKendra Rose, Okanogan 247 - HORSEMANSHIP, TWO TO FIVE YEAR OLDS
01 - Senior (16-19-yrs-old) Grand Champion - Blue Callie Barker, Oroville Reserve Champion - Blue McKendra Rose, Okanogan 02 - Intermediate (12-15-yrs-old) Grand Champion - Blue Camille Wilson, Tonasket Reserve Champion - Blue Juanita Desjardins, Omak Blue Jennah Thomason, Omak Red Serene Hunt, Brewster White Mikenna Kelpman, Omak; Issabella Velasquez, Omak; Erin Quinlan, Oroville; Michaun Kelpman, Omak; Shantell McCune, Omak;
02 - Intermediate (12-15-yrs-old) Grand Champion - Blue Mikenna Kelpman, Omak Reserve Champion - Blue Michaun Kelpman, Omak Blue Juanita Desjardins, Omak; Becca Hawley, Okanogan Red Jennah Thomason, Omak;Camille Wilson, Tonasket; Erin Quinlan, Oroville; Bethany Davidson, Omak; Shantell McCune, Omak. White Issabella Velasquez, Omak; Wendy Huizar; Serene Hunt, Brewster; Sierra Swezey, Brewster; Samantha Whitney, Tonasket; Logan Thompson. Loomis 03 - Junior (8-11-yrs-old) Reserve Champion - Red Katie Keane, Tonasket; Lindsey Jones, Okanogan; Elaine Quinlan, Oroville. White Victoria Reagles, Brewster; Abigail Davidson, Omak.
02 - Stallions foaled during the year 2012 Grand Champion - Blue Susan Cooksey, Loomis 04 - Mares, 2-yrs-old or older, foaled furing 2011 or before Grand Champion - Red Michelle Skylstad, Omak 08 - Geldings, 2-yrs-old or older, foaled during the year 2011 or before Grand Champion - Blue Klancy M. Allen, Brewster 2144 - APPALOOSA HALTER DIVISIONADULT 04 - Mares, 2-yrs-old or older, foaled furing 2011 or before Grand Champion - Blue Klancy M. Allen, Brewster 2155 - MORGAN HALTER DIVISION-ADULT 08 - Geldings, 2-yrs-old or older, foaled during the year 2011 or before Grand Champion - Blue Terri Barker, Oroville
249 - GAMES-TEXAS BARRELS 01 - Senior (16-19-yrs-old) Grand Champion - Blue Callie Barker, Oroville Reserve Champion - Blue Alexis Jones, Okanogan Blue Sarah K. Quinlan, Oroville; Red Miranda Cleveland, Okanogan; Brisa Leep, Tonasket; Emily Stevens, Okanogan White McKendra Rose, Okanogan; Breanna Howell, Tonasket; Karlie Henneman, Tonasket; Serenity Poletti, Loomis. 02 - Intermediate (12-15-yrs-old) Grand Champion Camille Wilson, Tonasket Reserve Champion Juanita Desjardins, Omak, Michaun Kelpman, Omak, Jennah Thomason, Omak,4-H Wild Riders Mikenna Kelpman, Omak, Shantell McCune, Omak, Erin Quinlan, Oroville. Red Becca Hawley, Okanogan; Serene Hunt, Brewster, Logan ThompsonLoomis, Bethany Davidson, Omak. White Mikenna Kelpman, Omak; Wendy Huizar; Issabella Velasquez, Omak; Samantha Whitney, Tonasket; Sierra Swezey, Brewster
04 - Little People (7 & Under) White Carly Pillow, Tonasket 252 - GAMES-IDAHO FIGURE 8 RACE 01 - Senior (16-19-yrs-old) Grand Champion - Blue Alexis Jones, Okanogan; Reserve Champion - Blue Callie Barker, Oroville; Sarah K. Quinlan, Oroville Karlie Henneman, Tonasket White Serenity Poletti, Loomis; Brisa Leep, Tonasket; Emily Stevens, Okanogan; Breanna Howell, Tonasket 02 - Intermediate (12-15-yrs-old) Grand Champion - Blue Becca Hawley, Okanogan Reserve Champion - Red Juanita Desjardins, Omak Blue Camille Wilson, Tonasket; Mikenna Kelpman, Omak; Katie Henneman, Tonasket Red Bethany Davidson, Omak White Wendy Huizar; Jennah Thomason; Michaun Kelpman, Omak; Issabella Velasquez, Omak; Logan Thompson, Loomis; Sierra Swezey, Brewster; Samantha Whitney, Tonasket; Erin Quinlan, Oroville. 03 - Junior (8-11-yrs-old) Reserve Champion - Blue Lindsey Jones, Okanogan Blue Clara Downey, Okanogan Red Katie Keane, Tonasket White Victoria Reagles, Brewster; Abigail Davidson, Omak; Elaine Quinlan,
03 - Largest Peach (identify name of variety) Blue Ellie Swartsel, Omak 519 - VEGETABLES 01 - Beans, green, any variety; plate of 10 pods (stems trimmed to 1/4 in.) Blue Jean Berney, Okanogan; Teak Plank, Loomis; Buzz Berney, Okanogan; Reese Bowling, Omak; Cameron Caswell, Omak; Kylar MoraliesKennedy, Malott. Red Suellen White, Twisp; Wendy Witt, Brewster; Reed Bowling, Omak; Trevor Caswell, Omak; Bryson Buchanan, Omak; Chloe McFarland, Tonasket. 02 - Beans, other types (such as flat pod, soy, lima) Blue Suellen White, Twisp
05 - Mares foaled during the year 2012 Reserve Champion - Red Susan Cooksey, Loomis
07 - Broccoli, one head Blue Suellen White, Twisp
2177 - PONY HALTER DIVISION (54 IN. AND UNDER)-ADULT
10 - Cabbage, red, 3-5 in. diameter Blue Darton Wood, Omak Red Suellen White, Twisp
08 - Geldings, 2-yrs-old or older, foaled during the year 2011 or before Grand Champion - Red Gabe Gould, Oroville HORTICULTURE
04 - Golden Delicious Blue Don Duncan, Okanogan Red Elaine Witters, Okanogan; James Hopkins, Riverside
03 - Junior (8-11-yrs-old) Grand Champion - White Clara Downey, Okanogan; Pippa Smith, Riverside Reserve Champion - White Katie Keane, Tonasket White Victoria Reagles, Brewster; Lindsey Jones, Okanogan; Elaine Quinlan, Oroville; Abigail Davidson, Omak.
517 - LARGEST FRUIT
06 - Beets, other types (such as specialty-golden or white, etc.) Blue Sheila Schily, Omak
01 - Senior (16-19-yrs-old) Grand Champion - Blue Callie Barker, Oroville Reserve Champion - Blue Emily Stevens, Okanogan Blue Alexis Jones, Okanogan White McKendra Rose, Okanogan; Miranda Cleveland, Okanogan,sonny Serenity PolettiLoomis, Karlie Henneman, Tonasket; Brisa Leep, Tonasket; Breanna Howell, Tonasket; Sarah K. Quinlan, Oroville.
03 - Junior (8-11-yrs-old) Reserve Champion - Blue Clara Downey, Okanogan; Katie Keane, Tonasket; White Lindsey Jones, Okanogan; Victoria Reagles, Brewster; Elaine Quinlan, Oroville;; Abigail Davidson, Omak.
06 - Thompson Seedless Blue Sheila Schily, Omak
04 - Mares, 2-yrs-old or older, foaled furing 2011 or before Grand Champion - Blue Amanda Vance, Omak
01 - Senior (16-19-yrs-old) Grand Champion - Blue Callie Barker, Oroville Reserve Champion - Blue Alexis Jones, Okanogan; Emily Stevens, Okanogan; Blue Sarah K. Quinlan, Oroville; Miranda Cleveland, Okanogan. Red Breanna Howell, Tonasket White Serenity Poletti, Loomis; Karlie Henneman, Tonasket; Brisa Leep, Tonasket. 02 - Intermediate (12-15-yrs-old) Camille Wilson, Tonasket Blue Juanita Desjardins, Omak; Jennah Thomason, Omak; Becca Hawley, Okanogan; Serene Hunt, Brewster; Mikenna Kelpman, Omak; Mikenna Kelpman, Omak; Bethany Davidson, Omak;
515 - GRAPES (1 BUNCH PER PLATE)
2166 - PAINT HALTER DIVISION-ADULT
504 - APPLES (5 PER PLATE)
02 - Intermediate (12-15-yrs-old) Grand Champion Juanita Desjardins, Omak Reserve Champion Mikenna Kelpman, Omak Red Mikenna Kelpman, Omak, Becca Hawley, Okanogan; Shantell McCune, Omak, Jennah Thomason. White Omak; Wendy Huizar; Michaun Kelpman, Omak, Serene Hunt, Brewster; Issabella Velasquez, Omak; Samantha Whitney, Tonasket; Erin Quinlan, Oroville; Bethany Davidson, Omak; Sierra Swezey, Brewster; Logan Thompson, Loomis.
Shellee Duncan, Okanogan Red Don Duncan, Okanogan
05 - Beets, table; plate of 3, 1.25-3 in. diameter; (trim tops to 1 in.) Red Bettie Wehmeyer, Tonasket; Linda Vance, Omak.
251 - GAMES-TWO BARREL FLAG RACE
04 - Little People (7 & Under) Grand Champion - Red Pippa Smith, Riverside Reserve Champion - White Berkley Reagles, Brewster White Carly Pillow, Tonasket
244 - REINING STOCK HORSE-YOUTH AND ADULT
01 - Senior (16-19-yrs-old) Grand Champion - Blue Callie Barker, Oroville Red Sarah K. Quinlan, Oroville White McKendra Rose, Okanogan; Alexis Jones, Okanogan; Breanna Howell, Tonasket; Serenity PolettiLoomis; Emily Stevens, Okanogan; Brisa Leep, Tonasket.
2111 - QUARTER HORSE HALTER DIVISIONADULT
248 - GAMES-KEY RACE
03 - Junior (8-11-yrs-old) Grand Champion - Blue Lindsey Jones, Okanogan Reserve Champion - Blue Katie Keane, Tonasket Blue Clara Downey, Okanogan Red Victoria Reagles, Brewster; Abigail Davidson, Omak
01 - Senior & Intermediate (12-19-yrsold) Grand Champion - Blue Callie Barker, Oroville Reserve Champion - Blue Miranda Cleveland, Okanogan
250 - GAMES-POLE BENDING
04 - Little People (7 & Under) Grand Champion - White Pippa Smith, Riverside Reserve Champion - White Carly Pillow, Tonasket White Berkley Reagles, Brewster
02 - Intermediate (12-15-yrs-old) Grand Champion - Blue Logan Thompson, Loomis Red Sierra Johns, Okanogan
White Michaun Kelpman, Omak; Issabella Velasquez, Omak; Wendy Huizar; Samantha Whitney, Tonasket; Shantell McCune, Omak; Logan Thompson, Loomis; Erin Quinlan, Oroville;
243 - PLEASURE DRIVING-YOUTH
04 - Little People (7 & Under) Grand Champion - Red Pippa Smith, Riverside Reserve Champion - White Berkley Reagles, Brewster White Carly Pillow, Tonasket; Lilly Pillow, Tonasket.
04 - Little People (7 & Under) Grand Champion - White Pippa Smith, Riverside Reserve Champion - White Carly Pillow, Tonasket; White Lilly Pillow, Tonasket
02 - Intermediate (12-15-yrs-old) Grand Champion - Blue Juanita Desjardins, Omak Reserve Champion - Blue Camille Wilson, Tonasket Blue Mikenna Kelpman, Omak Red Wendy Huizar; Michaun Kelpman, Omak; Jennah Thomason, Omak; Shantell McCune, Omak White Becca Hawley, Okanogan; Serene Hunt, Brewster; Erin Quinlan, Oroville; Issabella Velasquez, Omak; Sierra Swezey, Brewster; Bethany Davidson, Omak
04 - Adult Grand Champion - Blue Michelle Skylstad, Omak Reserve Champion - Blue Terri Barker, Oroville
03 - Junior (8-11-yrs-old) Reserve Champion, Blue Katie Keane, Tonasket Blue Clara Downey, Okanogan White Victoria Reagles, Brewster; Abigail Davidson; Omak, Elaine Quinlan, Oroville
502 - APPLE TRAY DISPLAY, GROWER 07 - Other Blue Rhonda mastey, Omak
13 - Gala Blue Charlee Buchert, Tonasket 505 - PEARS (5 PER PLATE) 02 - Dâ€™Anjou Blue Hattie Buchert, Tonasket; Charlee Buchert, Tonasket 03 - Bosc Blue Charlee Buchert, Tonasket 507 - PRUNES (10 PER PLATE) 01 - Italian Blue Kylar Moralies-Kennedy, Malott 508 - PLUMS (10 PER PLATE) 03 - Elephant Heart Blue Kylar Moralies-Kennedy, Malott 509 - NECTARINES (5 PER PLATE) 01 - All varieties (identify name of variety) Blue Norman Suverly, Malott 511 - APRICOTS (5 PER PLATE) 01 - All varieties (identify name of variety) Red Yasmeen Quidwai, Omak 514 - BERRIES (10 PER PLATE) 01 - Ever bearing (identify name of variety) Blue Shellee Duncan, Okanogan 02 - Other (identify name of variety) Blue Carly Pillow, Tonasket; Bayne Buzzard, Twisp; Lilly Pillow, Tonasket;
Thank You... Gamble Sands Golf Course for supporting my market hog at the Okanogan County Fair!
11 - Cabbage, green, over 5 in. diameter Red Suellen White, Twisp 12 - Carrots, baby; plate of 3, max. diameter 1 in. (trim tops to 1 in.) Blue Wendy Witt, Brewster; Shellee Duncan, Okanogan; Skylar Stalder, Omak; Red Randy Langseth, Omak 13 - Carrots, table; plate of 3, 1-2 in. diameter (trim tops to 1 in.) Blue Savannah Coe, Tonasket; Karsen Coe, Tonasket; Megan G Heinlen, Tonasket; Cale Townsend, Okanogan; Ellie Swartsel, Omak. Red Suellen White, Twisp; Vance Reese, Omak; Cooper Townsend, Okanogan. 16 - Corn, sweet; plate of 3 ears Blue Suellen White, Twisp; Randy Langseth, Omak; Cameron Caswell, Omak; Trevor Caswell, Omak. 18 - Cucumbers, pickling; plate of 5, 1-2.25 in. long (stems trimmed) Blue Cameron Caswell, Omak; Shellee Duncan, Okanogan 19 - Cucumbers, slicing; plate of 3, 6 in. min. length (stems trimmed) Blue Leira Lesamiz, Okanogan Red Randy Langseth, Omak; Austin Buchanan, Omak; Vada Watson, Okanogan; Bryson Buchanan, Omak. 21 - Cucumbers, other variety Blue Rilynn Carrington, Brewster 22 - Eggplant; plate of 1 (stems trimmed to 1 in.) Red Annie Utigard, Carlton 23 - Garlic; plate of 3 bulbs (tops cured if possible) Blue Ben Swartsel, Omak; Linda Vance, Omak. 24 - Gourds; 2 similar in type and size Blue Randy Langseth, Omak (2 projects); Skylar Stalder, Omak Red Isaiah Fenison, Okanogan
SEE RESULTS | PG B5
SEPTEMBER 25, 2014 | OKANOGAN VALLEY GAZETTE-TRIBUNE
RESULTS | FROM B4 25 - Gourds, large; one Blue Randy Langseth, Omak Red Reese Bowling, Omak; Jake Wilson, Tonasket (2 projects); Jamie Wilson, Tonasket (2 projects) 29 - Melon, Musk or Cantaloupe; one Blue Linda Vance, Omak Red Randy Langseth, Omak; Annie Utigard, Carlton (2 projects) 32 - Onions, white, dry; plate of 3 (necks and roots trimmed to 1 in.) Blue Carly Pillow, Tonasket; Serenity Bates, Okanogan; Lilly Pillow, Tonasket 35 - Peas, all varieties; plate of 10 pods Blue Cameron Caswell, Omak; Cooper Ives, Okanogan; Claire Ives, Okanogan 38 - Peppers, hot, small; plate of 5 (stems trimmed evenly) Blue Suellen White, Twisp; Reed Bowling, Omak; Reese Bowling, Omak; Randy Langseth, Omak, Kylar Moralies-Kennedy, Malott; Cameron Caswell, Omak; Rick Lewis, Winthrop; Chloe McFarland, Tonasket; Don Duncan, Okanogan; jalepenos Yasmeen Quidwai, Omak; Trevor Caswell, Omak. 39 - Peppers, hot, large; plate of 3 (stems trimmed evenly) Blue Suellen White, Twisp Red Kylar Moralies-Kennedy, Malott; Yasmeen Quidwai, Omak 40 - Peppers, hot, misc.; plate of 3 (stems trimmed evenly) Blue Cameron Caswell, Omak; Yasmeen Quidwai, Omak; Trevor Caswell, Omak; Bryson Buchanan, Omak. 41 - Peppers, mexed display; 5-7 (please state varieties) Blue Suellen White, Twisp Red Yasmeen Quidwai, Omak 42 - Potatoes, red; plate of 3 Blue Randy Langseth, Omak; Tace Plank, Loomis; Cameron Caswell, Omak 43 - Potatoes, white; plate of 3 Blue Randy Langseth, Omak; Shannon L. Lantrip, Okanogan; Cameron Caswell, Omak 44 - Potatoes, russet Blue Randy Langseth, Omak; Skylar Stalder, Omak 47 - Pumpkin, miniature; one Blue Reese Bowling, Omak; Austin Buchanan, Omak; Chloe McFarland, Tonasket; Shellee Duncan, Okanogan; Rachel Bolich, Tonasket; Bryson Buchanan, Omak; Rick Lewis, Winthrop Red Selah Downey, Okanogan 48 - Pumpkin, pie varieties; one Blue Sheila Schily, Omak; Carly Pillow, Tonasket; Lilly Pillow, Tonasket; Yasmeen Quidwai, Omak; Rick Lewis, Winthrop. Red Linda Vance, Omak; Jessica R Heinlen, Tonasket 49 - Pumpkin, field varieties (such as Conneticut Field); one Grand Champion - Blue Hayden Swartsel, Omak Blue Liam Mills, Omak; Ben Swartsel, Omak 50 - Pumpkin, Jack-o-Lantern type Blue Carly Pillow, Tonasket; Vance Reese, Omak; Austin Buchanan, Omak; Ellie Swartsel, Omak; Lilly Pillow, Tonasket. 51 - Pumpkin, specialty (all the unusual colors & shapes) Grand Champion - Blue Amber Phillips, Okanogan Blue Sheila Schily, Omak; Juday Fenison Okanogan; Dianna Suverly, Malott. 53 - Rhubarb; plate of 3 (tops and bottoms tied) Blue Tyge Plank, Loomis; Randy Langseth, Omak 55 - Squash, winter (such as Hubbard, Acorn, Banana, Delicata, Spaghetti); one (stem intact) Blue Reese Bowling, Omak; Linda Vance, Omak; Linda Vance, Omak; Randy Langseth, Omak (2 projects); Blaine W. Sullivan, Oroville; Serenity Bates, Okanogan; Chloe McFarland, Tonasket; Joann Whiteaker, Oroville. Red Wendy Witt, Brewster; Teak Plank, Loomis; Blaine W. Sullivan, Oroville 56 - Squash, summer (such as Crookneck, Straightneck, or other tender squash) Blue Jean Berney, Okanogan; Buzz Berney, Okanogan; Trevor Caswell, Omak; Megan G Heinlen, Tonasket. Red Suellen White, Twisp; Carly Pillow, Tonasket; Bryson Buchanan, Omak; Vance Reese, Omak; Cooper Ives, Okanogan; Joann Whiteaker, Oroville. 57 - Squash, zucchini (skin soft and penetrable by thumbnail); plate of 3 small or 1 large (stems intact) Blue Randy Langseth, Omak; Kabella
OKANOGAN COUNTY FAIR Wilson, Riverside; Kaitlyn Curtis, Tonasket; Bryson Buchanan, Omak; Claire Ives, Okanogan; Lilly Pillow, Tonasket. Red Wendy Witt, Brewster; Blaine W. Sullivan, Oroville; Shannon L. Lantrip, Okanogan; Carly Pillow, Tonasket; Cameron Caswell, Omak. 58 - Swiss Chard, one plant (trim root to 1 in.) Blue Buzz Berney, Okanogan Red Jean Berney, Okanogan 59 - Sunflower, one mature head (seed), (trim to 6 in.) Grand Champion - Blue Sheila Schily, Omak; Cameron Caswell, Omak. 60 - Sunflower, one immature head (past flower stage), (trim to 6 in.) Blue Trevor Caswell, Omak 61 - Tomatos, ripe, full-size variety; plate of 3 (stems trimmed to 1/2 in.) Blue Suellen White, Twisp; Randy Langseth, Omak; Trevor Caswell, Omak; Olivia Clark, Omak; Jessica R Heinlen, Tonasket; Red Rilynn Carrington, Brewster; Bayne Buzzard, Twisp. 62 - Tomatoes, green, full-size variety; plate of 3 (stems trimmed to 1/2 in.) Blue Reed Bowling, Omak; Reese Bowling, Omak; Randy Langseth, Omak, Linda Vance, Omak; Chloe McFarland, Tonasket; Bryson Buchanan, Omak. Red Cameron Caswell, Omak; Austin Buchanan, Omak. 63 - Tomatoes, green, paste varieties; plate of 3 (stems trimmed to 1/2 in.) Blue Randy Langseth, Omak; Kabella Wilson, Riverside. 64 - Tomatoes, ripe, paste varieties; plate of 3 (stems trimmed to 1/2 in.) Blue Suellen White, Twisp; Randy Langseth, Omak; Rick Lewis, Winthrop; Vada Watson, Okanogan. 65 - Tomatoes, ripe, cherry varieties; plate of 10 (stems trimmed to 1/2 in.) Blue Suellen White, Twisp; Randy Langseth, Omak; Kylar MoraliesKennedy, Malott; Jordan Hughes, Tonasket; Skylar Stalder, Omak; Vance Reese, Omak; Heidi Wilson, Tonasket; David Suverly, Malott. 66 - Tomatoes, green, cherry varaieties; plate of 10 (stems trimmed to 1/2 in.) Blue Randy Langseth, Omak; Jordan Hughes, Tonasket. Red Amelia Anderson, Oroville. 67 - Tomatoes, ripe, other varieties; plate of 3 (stems trimmed to 1/2 in.) Blue Sheila Schily, Omak; Skylar Stalder, Omak. 68 - Tomatoes, green, other varieties; plate of 3 (stems trimmed to 1/2 in.) Blue Jean Berney, Okanogan; Buzz Berney, Okanogan; Olivia Clark, Omak. Red Rilynn Carrington, Brewster. 70 - Tomatoes, heirloom; mixed display of 3-5 (please identify varieties) Blue Suellen White, Twisp 72 - Watermelon, small variety; one Blue Marv Schertenleib, Omak; Sheila Schily, Omak; Brandon Braunschweig, Omak. 73 - Watermelon, large variety; one Blue Brandon Braunschweig, Omak 74 - Any other vegetable not listed above; one plate per variety Blue Hayden Swartsel, Omak 75 - Mixed Vegetable display; arrangement of any number of mixed vegetables, not to exceed 14 in. diameter; will be judged on quality of appearance and attractiveness of display) Grand Champion - Blue Yasmeen Quidwai, Omak 76 - Largest vegetable of its kind; may bring more than one vegetable, but must be different (1st, 2nd & 3rd place judging) Blue Randy Langseth, Omak (4 projects); Carly Pillow, Tonasket; Blaine W. Sullivan, Oroville; Carly Pillow, Tonasket; Hattie Buchert, Tonasket; Kabella Wilson, Riverside; Blaine Sullivan, Oroville; Marv Schertenleib, Omak; Lilly Pillow, Tonasket; Darton Wood, Omak; Blaine Sullivan, Oroville; Yasmeen Quidwai, Omak; Annie Utigard, Carlton; Cameron Caswell, Omak; Trevor Caswell, Omak; Bettie Wehmeyer, Tonasket. Red Randy Langseth, Omak; Trevor Caswell, Omak; Annie Utigard, Carlton; Lilly Pillow, Tonasket; Darton Wood, Omak. 77 - Natureâ€™s Freaks (Specimens may be freaks of unusual shape of known varieties. They may also be varieties strange to this area.) Blue Randy Langseth, Omak (2 projects);
Hattie Buchert, Tonasket. Red Carly Pillow, Tonasket 79 - Smallest Vegetable of its kind Blue Randy Langseth, Omak (3 projects); Carly Pillow, Tonasket; Yasmeen Quidwai, Omak; Cameron Caswell, Omak; Lilly Pillow, Tonasket. Red Carly Pillow, Tonasket; Amelia Anderson, Oroville; White Randy Langseth, Omak 520 - HERBS 05 - Catnip Red Amelia Anderson, Oroville 07 - Chives Blue Bryson Buchanan, Omak; Amelia Anderson, Oroville Red Jean Berney, Okanogan; Buzz Berney, Okanogan. 09 - Dill Grand Champion - Blue Joseph Richards, Omak Blue Amelia Anderson, Oroville 12 - Lavender Blue Skylar Stalder, Omak Red Elaine Witters, Okanogan 14 - Marigold Blue Amelia Anderson, Oroville; Skylar Stalder, Omak Red Teak Plank, Loomis 17 - Parsley Blue Amelia Anderson, Oroville Red Jean Berney, Okanogan 22 - Spearmint Blue Olivia Richards, Omak; Jean Berney, Okanogan; Buzz Berney, Okanogan . 25 - Other herbs not mentioned above Blue Amelia Anderson, Oroville
04 - Pullet (under 1-yr) Blue Yasmeen Quidwai, Omak; Alyssa Stanley, Omak
Blue Chad Busching, Okanogan; Tyler Busching, Okanogan; Levi Stone, Malott.
08 - Pen of layers Blue Gabe Harr, Okanogan
04 - Pullet (under 1-yr) Blue Chad Busching, Okanogan; Riley Corum, Riverside; Jesse Corum, Riverside; Owen Pershing, Tonasket.
265 - CONTINENTAL PUREBRED LARGE CHICKEN-YOUTH 03 - Cockerel (under 1-yr) Blue Gabe Harr, Okanogan 04 - Pullet (under 1-yr) Blue Colton Wilson, Tonasket 266 - ALL OTHER STANDARD BREEDS PUREBRED LG. CHKN.-YOUTH 01 - Cock (1-yr or older) Blue Evelyn Picking, Omak 02 - Hen (1-yr or older) Red Sage McFetridge, Winthrop; Camas McFetridge, Winthrop 03 - Cockerel (under 1-yr) Blue Pepper Peterson, Omak; Harlee Shellenbarger, Oroville; Noah Hilderbrand, Oroville; Kane Booker, Oroville; Reagan Whiteaker, Oroville
04 - Single layer (hen only) Chandra Shibley, Omak 279 - BANTAM PUREBRED SINGLE COMB, CLEAN LEGGED-YOUTH
03 - Cockerel (under 1-yr) Blue Kabella Wilson, Riverside
03 - Oats Blue Buzz Berney, Okanogan 06 - Legumes Blue Buzz Berney, Okanogan 532 - AGRONOMY-HAY CONTEST 02 - Grass/Alfalfa mix Blue Mike Duggan, Riverside POULTRY
04 - Pullet (under 1-yr) Blue Teak Plank, Loomis; Tace Plank, Loomis 05 - Trio of young birds Blue Teak Plank, Loomis; Colton Wilson, Tonasket 07 - Hen and chicks Blue Nevaeh Hall, Omak; Alisha E Cutrell, Omak; Heidi Wilson, Tonasket. 280 - BANTAM PUREBRED ROSE COMB, CLEAN LEGGED-YOUTH
260 - BEST DRESSED POULTRY
01 - Cock (1-yr or older) Blue Alisha E Cutrell, Omak
01 - Best Dressed Poultry Blue Alex Johns, Okanogan; Jarrod Yarnell, Riverside; Adisyn Pyper, Omak.
02 - Hen (1-yr or older) Blue Chandra Shibley, Omak
02 - Best Dressed Poultry and Owner Grand Champion - Blue Yasmeen Quidwai, Omak Blue Sierra Johns, Okanogan; Hyleah Aparicio, Brewster; Sofia Fletcher, Omak; Pepper Peterson, Omak; Grace Becker, Brewster; Bronson Becker, Brewster; Havana Aparicio, Brewster; Amanda Angell, Tonasket; Kabella Wilson, Riverside.
281 - BANTAM PUREBRED ALL OTHER COMBS CLEAN LEGGED-YOUTH 01 - Cock (1-yr or older) Blue Saxton Hover, Winthrop; Alisha E Cutrell, Omak
01 - Cock (1-yr or older) Blue Conner Picking, Omak 02 - Hen (1-yr or older) Blue Kaelyn Bruns, Okanogan 04 - Pullet (under 1-yr) Blue Jake Wilson, Tonasket; Jamie Wilson, Tonasket 2622 - ASIATIC PUREBRED LARGE CHICKENADULT 04 - Pullet (under 1-yr) Blue James Vance, Omak
04 - Old duck (over 1-yr) Blue Teak Plank, Loomis; Alisha E Cutrell, Omak White Clara Ingram, Brewster
05 - Trio of young birds Blue David Emery, Riverside
01 - Young goose (either sex, 4-12 months) Grand Champion - Blue Ryan Allgood, Brewster Blue Ryan Allgood, Brewster
03 - Single layer (pullet but laying only) Blue Bronson Becker, Brewster; Grace Becker, Brewster
2611 - AMERICAN PUREBRED LARGE CHICKEN-ADULT
03 - Old drake (over 1-yr) Blue Sara Ingram, Brewster; Alisha E Cutrell, Omak;Sage McFetridge, Winthrop; Camas McFetridge, Winthrop
275 - ALL LG. BREEDS INCL. CROSSBREEDS PRODUCTION-YOUTH
06 - Any other variety Blue Cooper Townsend 531 - SHEAVES OF SMALL GRAINS, GRASSES, LEGUMES
02 - Young duck (4-12 months) Blue Nevaeh Hall, Omak, Alisha E Cutrell, Omak; gray call Alisha E Cutrell, Omak; Charlee Buchert, Tonasket.
295 - PET DUCKS-YOUTH
530 - SMALL-SEEDED LEGUME SEED
04 - Soft white winter Blue Cale Townsend, Okanogan; Cooper Townsend, Okanogan
01 - Young drake (4-12 months) Blue Nevaeh Hall, Omak; Alisha E Cutrell, Omak; Charlee Buchert, Tonasket; Alisha E Cutrell, Omak
04 - Pullet (under 1-yr) Blue Elisabeth Bedard, Omak; Saxton Hover, Winthrop; Elisabeth Bedard, Omak; Adisyn Pyper, Omak; Spencer Smyth, Omak; Kylar Anderson, Oroville; Brody Booker, Oroville; Easton Anderson, Oroville.
01 - Cock (1-yr or older) Blue Chandra Shibley, Omak; Alisha E Cutrell, Omak (2 projects) 02 - Hen (1-yr or older) Blue Alisha E Cutrell, Omak (2 projects); Sage McFetridge, Winthrop; Heidi Wilson, Tonasket
521 - WHEAT
294 - DUCKS ALL BREEDS-YOUTH
Harlee Shellenbarger, Oroville; Timber Super, Omak; Bronson Becker, Brewster; Owen Pershing, Tonasket; Spencer Smyth, Omak; Darton Wood, Omak; Adisyn Pyper, Omak
02 - Young duck (4-12 months) Blue Tyler Busching, Okanogan; Ethan McKee, Malott; Monte McKee, Malott 298 - GEESE ALL BREEDS-YOUTH
301 - QUAIL-YOUTH 02 - Breeding pair Blue Nevaeh Hall, Omak 304 - PARROTS-YOUTH 01 - Single Blue Nevaeh Hall, Omak
2655 - CONTINENTAL PUREBRED LARGE CHICKEN-ADULT
2666 - ALL OTHER STANDARD BREEDS PUREBRED LG. CHKN.-ADULT 01 - Cock (1-yr or older) Blue Larry ONeil, Omak 02 - Hen (1-yr or older) Blue Stephanie Bedard, Omak; Larry ONeil, Omak 03 - Cockerel (under 1-yr) Blue Larry ONeil, Omak 04 - Pullet (under 1-yr) Blue Ethan McKee, Malott; Hailee Bruns, Okanogan; Kaelyn Bruns, Okanogan 2755 - ALL LG. BREEDS INCL. CROSSBREEDS PRODUCTION-ADULT 03 - Single layer (pullet but laying only) Blue Erin Taylor, Tonasket; Stephanie Bedard, Omak
308 - ALL OTHER BIRDS-ALL BREEDSYOUTH
07 - Pen of layers (pullets only but laying) Blue Ethan McKee, Malott; Monte McKee, Malott
01 - Cock (1-yr or older) Blue Tace Plank, Loomis; Sage McFetridge, Winthrop
2799 - BANTAM PUREBRED SINGLE COMB, CLEAN LEGGED-ADULT
02 - Hen (1-yr or older) Blue Seth Austin, Omak; Layla Buzzard, Twisp 04 - Pullet (under 1-yr) Blue James Vance, Omak (3 projects); Layla Buzzard, Twisp 309 - EGGS ALL TYPES-YOUTH 02 - Extra large (27-19 oz per dozen) Blue Ben Witt, Brewster; Ethan McKee, Malott; Monte McKee, Malott 03 - Large (24-26 oz per dozen) Blue Joel Wilson, Tonasket; Alex Johns, Okanogan; Vance Reese, Omak; Spencer Smyth, Omak; Ben Witt, Brewster 04 - Medium (21-23 oz per dozen) Blue Jarrod Yarnell, Riverside; Ryan Allgood, Brewster; Jesse Corum, Riverside; Spencer Smyth, Omak;Harper Latimer, Riverside .
01 - Cock (1-yr or older) Blue Tace Plank, Loomis; Teresa M. Cutrell, Omak; Teresa M. Cutrell, Omak; Elisabeth Bedard, Omak. 02 - Hen (1-yr or older) Blue Teresa M. Cutrell, Omak; Elisabeth Bedard, Omak; Teresa M. Cutrell, Omak. 2811 - BANTAM PUREBRED ALL OTHER COMBS CLEAN LEGGED-ADULT 01 - Cock (1-yr or older) Blue Teresa M. Cutrell, Omak 02 - Hen (1-yr or older) Blue Teresa M. Cutrell, Omak 03 - Cockerel (under 1-yr) Blue Kaelyn Bruns, Okanogan 04 - Pullet (under 1-yr) Blue Kaelyn Bruns, Okanogan 05 - Trio of young birds Blue Teresa M. Cutrell, Omak
02 - Hen (1-yr or older) Blue Alisha E Cutrell, Omak;
05 - Small (18-20 oz per dozen) Blue Grace Wilson, Tonasket; Ben Witt, Brewster; Wyatt McDaniel, Riverside; Jarrod Yarnell, Riverside; Yasmeen Quidwai, Omak; Spencer Smyth, Omak.
261 - AMERICAN PUREBRED LARGE CHICKEN-YOUTH
03 - Cockerel (under 1-yr) Blue Jarrod Yarnell, Riverside; Alex Johns, Okanogan
06 - Pee Wee (15-17 oz per dozen) Blue Tyge Plank, Loomis; Spencer Smyth, Omak
02 - Hen (1-yr or older) Blue Mylie Rawson, Okanogan Red Piper Rawson, Okanogan
04 - Pullet (under 1-yr) Blue Jarrod Yarnell, Riverside; James Vance, Omak; Alisha E Cutrell, Omak
312 - BEST DRESSED POULTRY CONTEST
04 - Pullet (under 1-yr) Blue Sierra Johns, Okanogan; Teresa M. Cutrell, Omak
01 - Best dressed poultry Blue Spencer Smyth, Omak
05 - Trio of young birds Blue Molly Smyth, Omak
04 - Pullet (under 1-yr) Blue Saxton Hover, Winthrop; Alex Johns, Okanogan; Darton Wood, Omak; Spencer Smyth, Omak, Kendra Sachse, Omak.
282 - BANTAM PUREBRED FEATHER LEGGED-YOUTH
02 - Best dressed poultry and owner Blue Seth Austin, Omak; Nevaeh Hall, Omak; Grace Becker, Brewster;
07 - Hen and chicks Blue Teresa M. Cutrell, Omak
05 - Trio of young birds Blue Darton Wood, Omak
02 - Hen (1-yr or older) Blue Spencer Smyth, Omak
262 - ASIATIC PUREBRED LARGE CHICKENYOUTH
03 - Cockerel (under 1-yr) Blue Seth Austin, Omak; Nevaeh Hall, Omak; Damion Dell, Malott; Timber Super, Omak; Spencer Smyth, Omak.
02 - Hen (1-yr or older) Blue Layla Buzzard 04 - Pullet (under 1-yr) Blue Spencer Smyth, Omak 263 - MEDITERRANEAN PUREBRED LARGE CHICKEN-YOUTH 01 - Cock (1-yr or older) Red Evelyn Picking, Omak; Conner Picking, Omak 264 - ENGLISH PUREBRED LARGE CHICKENYOUTH 03 - Cockerel (under 1-yr) Blue Amanda Angell, Tonasket; Ethan McKee, Malott; Monte McKee, Malott
01 - Cock (1-yr or older) Blue Conner Picking, Omak
2822 - BANTAM PUREBRED FEATHER LEGGED-ADULT 02 - Hen (1-yr or older) Blue Stephanie Bedard, Omak
SEE RESULTS | PG B6
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04 - Pullet (under 1-yr) Blue James Dell, Malott; Sierra Johns, Okanogan; Alex Johns, Okanogan; Spencer Smyth, Omak; Yasmeen Quidwai, Omak; Sierra Johns, Okanogan. 290 - PET CHICKENS ALL BREEDS-YOUTH 01 - Cock (1-yr or older) Blue Elijah Richards, Omak; Harper Latimer, Riverside; Wyatt McDaniel, Riverside. 02 - Hen (1-yr or older) Blue Seth Austin, Omak 03 - Cockerel (under 1-yr)
OKANOGAN VALLEY GAZETTE-TRIBUNE | SEPTEMBER 25, 2014
RESULTS | FROM B5 2900 - PET CHICKENS ALL BREEDS-ADULT 03 - Cockerel (under 1-yr) Blue David Emery, Riverside 04 - Pullet (under 1-yr) Blue David Emery, Riverside (2 projects) 2922 - TURKEY ALL BREEDS-ADULT 01 - Young hen (4-12 months) Blue Teresa M. Cutrell, Omak 2944 - DUCKS ALL BREEDS-ADULT 03 - Old drake (over 1-yr) Blue Ruth Ingram, Brewster 04 - Old duck (over 1-yr) Blue Sara Ingram, Brewster
OKANOGAN COUNTY FAIR 319 - RABBIT PUREBRED GIANT BREEDSYOUTH 01 - Sr. Buck (8 months & older) Blue Kourtney Riggs, Okanogan 02 - Sr. Doe (8 months & older) Mellody O’Bryan, Omak 325 - MEAT RABBIT PUREBRED OR CROSSBRED-YOUTH 01 - Sr. Buck (8 months & older) Blue Logan Stucker, Tonasket 05 - Jr. Buck (under 6 months) Blue Addison Henton, Brewster; Rilynn Carrington, Brewster
3088 - ALL OTHER BIRDS-ALL BREEDSADULT
06 - Jr. Doe (under 6 months) Blue Sadie R Clark, Loomis; Emma Gamble, Brewster; Rilynn Carrington, Brewster; Shea Gamble, Brewster.
02 - Hen (1-yr or older) Blue Jake Wilson, Tonasket
07 - Pen of fryers Blue Skyler J Booker, Riverside
03 - Cockerel (under 1-yr) Blue Jamie Wilson, Tonasket
08 - Single Fryer Blue Jake Wilson, Tonasket
04 - Pullet (under 1-yr) Blue Jake Wilson, Tonasket
327 - RABBIT AGILITY
3099 - EGGS ALL TYPES-ADULT 02 - Extra large (27-19 oz per dozen) Blue David Emery, Riverside 03 - Large (24-26 oz per dozen) Blue David Emery, Riverside 04 - Medium (21-23 oz per dozen) Blue James Hopkins, Riverside; Molly Smyth, Omak; Lesa Eiffert, Omak 05 - Small (18-20 oz per dozen) Blue Molly Smyth, Omak 06 - Pee Wee (15-17 oz per dozen) Blue Molly Smyth, Omak RABBIT 315 - BEST DRESSED RABBIT 01 - Best dressed rabbit Blue Aven Davis, Winthrop; Jarrod Yarnell, Riverside; Kinsey Christoph, Omak; Joel Wilson, Tonasket; Callie Christoph, Omak; Kaydence Carrington, Pateros; Aspen Todd, Okanogan; Shawnee Hopkins, Okanogan; Kenneth Christmann, Okanogan; Addey Christmann, Okanogan; Sadie Grantier, Okanogan; Sadie R Clark, Loomis; Kristy Vieth, Okanogan; Rilynn Carrington, Brewster; Addison Henton, Brewster. 02 - Best dressed rabbit and owner Blue Callie Christoph, Omak; Kinsey Christoph, Omak; Abbi Harrild, Pateros; Jarrod Yarnell, Riverside; Joel Wilson, Tonasket; Kenneth Christmann, Okanogan; Rilynn Carrington, Brewster; Kaydence Carrington, Pateros; Addey Christmann, Okanogan; Sadie R Clark, Loomis; Shawnee Hopkins, Okanogan; Aspen Todd, Okanogan; Kristy Vieth, Okanogan. 316 - RABBIT PUREBRED SMALL BREEDSYOUTH 01 - Sr. Buck (6 months & older) Blue Kourtney Riggs, Okanogan; Red Jarrod Yarnell, Riverside; Mia Gamble, Brewster 02 - Sr. Doe (6 months & older) Blue Ali Johnson, Okanogan; Kinsey Christoph, Omak; Kourtney Riggs, Okanogan; Addey Christmann, Okanogan; Kenneth Christmann, Okanogan; Kristy Vieth, Okanogan. Red Tessa Orozco, Bridgeport (2 projects); Emma White, Twisp.
01 - Agility Class Blue Ali Johnson, Okanogan; Jarrod Yarnell, Riverside; Kinsey Christoph, Omak; Callie Christoph, Omak; Rilynn Carrington, Brewster; Addison Henton, Brewster; Aspen Todd, Okanogan; Kristy Vieth, Okanogan; Kaydence Carrington, Pateros; Shawnee Hopkins, Okanogan; Addey Christmann, Okanogan; Kenneth Christmann, Okanogan; Sadie Grantier, Okanogan. 328 - GUINEA PIGS (CAVIES) ALL BREEDS 01 - Single Blue Quinn Davidson, Omak; Skyler J Booker, Riverside. 02 - Pen or trio Blue Kourtney Riggs, Okanogan 3166 - RABBIT PUREBRED SMALL BREEDSADULT 01 - Sr. Buck (6 months & older) Blue Shawnee Hopkins, Okanogan 02 - Sr. Doe (6 months & older) Blue Caden D Sanders, Riverside; Aven Davis, Winthrop;Kaydence Carrington, Pateros. 3177 - RABBIT PUREBRED MEDIUM BREEDADULT 01 - Sr. Buck (6 months & older) Blue Samantha N Eiffert, Omak; White Caden D Sanders, Riverside 02 - Sr. Doe (6 months & older) Blue Layla Buzzard, Twisp White Samantha N Eiffert, Omak 3188 - RABBIT PUREBRED LARGE BREEDSADULT 01 - Sr. Buck (8 months & older) Blue Sherry Bodkins, Tonasket 02 - Sr. Doe (8 months & older) Blue Sherry Bodkins, Tonasket 3255 - MEAT RABBIT PUREBRED OR CROSSBRED-ADULT 01 - Sr. Buck (8 months & older) Blue Kaydence Carrington, Pateros Red Aspen Todd, Okanogan 02 - Sr. Doe (8 months & older) Blue Kaydence Carrington, Pateros 07 - Pen of fryers Blue Sherry Bodkins, Tonasket
03 - Jr. Buck (under 6 months) Blue Jarrod Yarnell, Riverside; Kandis Schreder, Okanogan; Kourtney Riggs, Okanogan.
08 - Single Fryer Blue Jamie Wilson, Tonasket
04 - Jr. Doe (under 6 months) Blue Kourtney Riggs, Okanogan; Jarrod Yarnell, Riverside (2 projects)
02 - Reptiles Blue Carter Darwood,Twisp
317 - RABBIT PUREBRED MEDIUM BREEDSYOUTH 01 - Sr. Buck (6 months & older) Red Barry Detwiler, Omak; Ross Wilson, Tonasket 02 - Sr. Doe (6 months & older) Blue Joel Wilson, Tonasket; Ross Wilson, Tonasket. Red Blake Moler, Omak 03 - Jr. Buck (under 6 months) Blue Jarrod Yarnell, Riverside; Conner Picking, Omak. 04 - Jr. Doe (under 6 months) Blue Ross Wilson, Tonasket; Evelyn Picking, Omak. 318 - RABBIT PUREBRED LARGE BREEDSYOUTH 06 - Jr. Doe (under 6 months) Blue Evelyn Picking, Omak
335 - NON FUR-BEARING ANIMALS
SHEEP 162 - SUFFOLK SHEEP-YOUTH 01 - Ram lamb, under 1 year Grand Champion - Blue Sarah Roach, Omak 03 - Ewe lamb, under 1 year Grand Champion - Blue Lynda Rose Dietrich, Riverside Blue Sarah Roach, Omak; Hayley Larson, Tonasket; Johnna Terris, Tonasket. Red Alyssa Larson, Tonasket; Hannah Heindselman, Okanogan 05 - Ewe, 1 year and under 2 years Grand Champion - Blue Sofia Fletcher, Omak 12 - Best pair (2 animals, either sex, bred and owned by exhibitor) Blue Sofia Fletcher, Omak 165 - CROSSBRED SHEEP-YOUTH 03 - Ewe lamb, under 1 year Grand Champion - Blue Cody N Clark, Loomis
Reserve Champion - blue Jordan Hughes, Tonasket Blue Leigh Anne Barnes, Tonasket; Ricardo Arroyo, Okanogan; Sarah Rose Dixon, Malott. 12 - Best pair (2 animals, either sex, bred and owned by exhibitor) Grand Champion - Blue Leigh Anne Barnes, Tonasket Reserve Champion Sarah Rose Dixon, Malott 167 - OTHER SHEEP-YOUTH 13 - Feeder class (under weight, for show only) Blue Sarah Roach, Omak 168 - MARKET LAMB (YOUTH DIVISION ONLY) 01 - Market Lamb Grand Champion - Blue Jordan Hughes, Tonasket Reserve Champion - Blue Spencer Cleveland, Okanogan Blue Brady Wulf, Brewster; Mayra Garcia, Brewster; Tyge Plank, Loomis; Jacie Deebach, Tonasket; Cole Aparicio, Brewster; Sarah Roach, Omak; Anah Wulf, Brewster; Miranda Cleveland, Okanogan, Brett Anthony, Omak; Maia Deebach, Tonasket; Krista Marchand, Omak; Quincy Downey, Omak; Lynda Rose Dietrich, Riverside, Leigh Anne Barnes, Tonasket; Chloe McFarland, Tonasket; Halle Aparicio, Brewster; Jadya Taylor, Omak; Thomas Deebach, Tonasket; Connor Hardesty, Tonasket; Sarah Rose Dixon, Malott; Kaylee J Clark, Loomis; Alyssa Larson, Tonasket; Hayley Larson, Tonasket; Zach M Clark, Loomis; Cody N Clark, Loomis; Jasmine Yusi, Okanogan, Ricardo Arroyo, Okanogan. Red Dallas Tyus, Tonasket; Skylar Hardesty, Tonasket; Josie Fletcher, Omak; Caeleb Hardesty, Tonasket; Donavan Abrahamson, Omak; Sofia Fletcher, Omak; Garrett Taylor, Omak; Marlisa Garcia, Brewster; Michael Fletcher, Omak; Kaitlynne Daniel, Riverside; Miriam Garcia, Brewster; Jeremiah Miller, Riverside; Dallas Heindselman, Okanogan; Johnna Terris, Tonasket; Conner Timm, Oroville, Maria Timm, Oroville; Morgan Tyus, Tonasket; Michael Timm, Oroville; Hannah Heindselman, Okanogan; Corina Timm, Oroville; Myles Timm, Oroville.
Okanogan, 41; Jade Barroca, Tonasket, 42; Carson Boesel, Malott, 43; Emma Smith, Omak, 44; Jason Townsend, Keller, 4-H45; Hunter Thomas, Tonasket, 46; Colin Silverthorn, Tonasket, 47; Cassidy Townsend, Okanogan, 48; Justin Crossland, Malott, 49; Jennifer ODell, Omak, 50; Sam Wottlin, Winthrop, 51; Will Clark, Okanogan, 52; Anna Wilson, Tonasket, 53; Sarah ODell, Omak, 54; Kendra Bryson, Okanogan, 55; Grace Clark, Okanogan, 56; Troy Wood, Tonasket, 57; Clay Buchert, Tonasket, 58; Emma Wilson, Tonasket, 59; Tanner White, Twisp, 60; Lane Silverthorn, Riverside ; 61; Amanda Johnson, Tonasket, 62; Mikey Piechalski, Brewster,; 63; Sarah Silverthorn, Tonasket, 64; Mylan Andrews, Okanogan, 65; Delaney Lester, Omak, 66; Bradley Buchman, Brewster; 67; Cheyanne Bevier, Malott, 68; Lane Bolich, Tonasket, 69; Hanna Smith, Omak, 70; Ellie Burse, Tonasket, 71; Cooper Routien, Omak, 72; Lily White, Twisp 73; Garrett Pyper, Omak,74; Kyndee Gavin, Okanogan, 75; Joe Ogborn, Tonasket, 76; Myles Davis, Winthrop, 77; Teagan Brady, Okanogan, 78; Brennen Smith, Omak, 79; Daniel Keane, Tonasket, 80; Derek Robinson, Pateros; 81; Madison White, Pateros; 82; Maggie Tugaw, Okanogan, 83; Whitney Anson, Brewster; 84; Alley Piechalski, Brewster; 85; Bo Silverthorn, Tonasket, 86; Jarrett Smith, Okanogan, 87; Tylie Super, Omak, 88; Jeremy Piechalski, Brewster; 89; Samantha White, Pateros; 90; Charles Lindquist, Brewster; 91; Christopher Piechalski, Brewster; 92; Ariana Perez, Tonasket, 93; Alexandria Perez, Tonasket, 94; Tyler J Darwood, Twisp, 95; Abbigail Popelier, Okanogan, 96; Chad Bretz, Tonasket, 97; Garrett Lee Wilson, Riverside, 98; Katie Labanauskas, Twisp, 99; Kaydence Carrington, Pateros; 100; Dakota Andrews, Okanogan, 101; Nicholas White, Twisp, 102; Callie Christoph, Omak, 103; Cody White, Twisp, 104; Ameron Bretz, Tonasket,105; Cody Hawley, Okanogan, 106; Gage Fletcher, Riverside, 107; Brady Silverthorn, Riverside, 108; Shiann McCallum, Tonasket,109; Logan Robinson, Pateros; 110; McKenna Ott, Twisp, 111; Carson Sasse, Tonasket, 112; Emily Stevens, Okanogan, 113; Rae Anne Dodson, Bridgeport, 114. Red Vanessa Terrones, Brewster, 115
169 - LADS & LASSIES LEAD CONTEST
186 - FEEDER SWINE-YOUTH
01 - Pre-Junior (7 & under) Grand Champion - Blue Thomas Deebach, Tonasket Reserve Champion - Blue Hannah Heindselman, Okanogan
01 - Feeder Swine (male over or under Market Weight-NO SALE) Grand Champion - Blue Madilyn Tverberg, Okanogan Reserve Champion - Blue Trent Skelton,Twisp, Blue Cody Wottlin, Winthrop; Nathan Hennigs, Okanogan.
02 - Junior (8-11 yrs) Grand Champion - Blue Lynda Rose Dietrich, Riverside Resrve Champion - Blue Jacie Deebach, Tonasket Blue Maia Deebach, Tonasket; Chloe McFarland, Tonasket; Alyssa Larson, Tonasket. 03 - Intermediate (12-15 yrs) Grand Champion - Blue Dallas Heindselman, Okanogan Reserve Champion - Blue Sofia Fletcher, Omak 170 - LITTLE PEOPLE FITTING & SHOWING CONTEST 01 - Fitting & Showing contest (for youth under 8-yrs-old, pre-registration at fair required) Blue Thomas Deebach, Tonasket; Hannah Heindselman, Okanogan. SWINE 182 - CROSSBRED SWINE-YOUTH 09 - Breeder swine (female over or under Market weight - NO SALE Grand Champion - Blue Isaac Cordes, Winthrop Reserve Champion - Blue Jesse Olson, Tonasket Blue Logan Silverthorn, Riverside; Kolbe Tverberg, Okanogan; Kinsey Christoph, Omak; Tayla Hubbard, Riverside; Laynee Hubbard, Riverside; Victor Perez, Okanogan; Maret Miller, Brewster; Keann Wilson, Tonasket. 184 - MARKET SWINE 01 - Market Swine (230 to 290 lbs, no exceptions) Grand Champion - Blue Peyton Oules, Brewster, 1 Reserve Champion - Blue Hattie Buchert, Tonasket, 2 Blue Karlie Richey, Tonasket, 3; Dyllan Gage, Tonasket, 4; Parker Jones, Okanogan, 5; Isaac Davis, Winthrop, 6; Rachel Bolich, Tonasket, 7; Chase Barroca, Tonasket, 8; Austin Wood, Tonasket, 9; Jacie Wilson, Tonasket, 10; Waylon Thomas, Tonasket, 11; Ayeris Jones, Okanogan, 12; Jacob Bryson, Okanogan, 13; Megan Bolich, Tonasket, 14; Jordyn Boesel, Malott, 15; Payton Judd, Okanogan, 16; Makensie Jones, Okanogan, 17; Tony Klepec, Okanogan, 18; Bailey Hubbard, Riverside, 19; Kayla Keith, Okanogan, 20; Jentri Olson, Tonasket, 22; Alexia Gavin, Tonasket, 24; Madilynn Larson, Tonasket, 25; Myron Super, Omak, 26; Lane P Darwood, Twisp, 27; Jesse Weitman, Omak, 28; Bodie Paul, Winthrop, 29; Tessa McCoy, Malott, 30; Damian Herriman, Okanogan, 31; Lucas Cory, Tonasket, 33; Chelsea Vasquez, Tonasket, 34; Carter Barroca, Tonasket, 35; Garet Townsend, Keller, 36; Johanna Peterson, Okanogan, 37; Macy Routien, Omak, 38; Grace Cory, Tonasket, 39; Emily Paul, Winthrop, 40; Kayden Tugaw,
MUTTON BUSTIN’ CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS Montana Silversmiths Buckle Winner Austin Simpson, Brewster Placers Bronson Becker, Brewster, 2nd; Grace Becker, Brewster, 3rd; Amanda Angell, Tonasket, 4th; Reese Noel, Oroville, 5th. Wool Busters would also like the Okanogan County Fair Board and the sponsors which were The Peppertree Inn, Erlandsen Planning, Surveying and Engineering Group, Choice Auto Group and Gebber Premium Cattle for having us at their 2014 County Fair. GRAND BOOTH AWARDS GRAND CHAMPIONS Best display of Antiques: Oroville Best display of Happiness: Tunk Valley Best Display of Country Roots: Mt. Olive Best Display of Grange Culture: Brewster Best Display of Most Unique: Molson Best Display of Boots: Okanogan Best Display of Most Poignant: Malott Best Display of Community Care: Twisp Valley BEEF BARN RESULTS MARKET STEER Grand Champion Cory Predoehl Reserve Champion Lyndsey Jones FEEDER Grand Champion Sandra Hrle Reserve Champion Steele Rico PUREBRED ANGUS Aged Female Grand Champion Kacie Vejraska Cow/Calf Pair Grand Champion Kacie Vejraska
PAIR OF FEMALES
Grand Champion Cory Predoehl GET OF SIRE Grand Champion Cory Predoehl OVERALL ANGUS FEMALE Grand Champion Cory Predoehl Reserve Champion Kelsey Vejraska
FFA RESULTS GRADE BEEF - YOUTH 2-YR OLD HEIFER Grand Champion Jenna Wallace JR. YEARLONG HEIFER Grand Champion Jace Wallace JUNIOR YEARLING HEIFER Grand Champion Jace Wallace OVERALL GRADE FEMALE Grand Champion Jenna Wallace Reserve Champion Jace Wallace PUREBRED HERFORDS JR. YEARLONG HEIFER Grand Champion Grace Wilson JR. BULL CALF Grand Champion Sandra Hrle
JR. HEIFER CALF Grand Champion Ana Hrle OVERALL HEREFORD FEMALE Grand Champion Ana Hrle Reserve Champion Grace Wilson DEXTER CATTLE ADULT Grand Champion Tina Sykes
JR. YEARLONG HEIFER Grand Champion Cory Predoehl Reserve Champion Kelsey Vejraska SUMMER YEARLONG HEIFER Grand Champion Cory Predoehl SENIOR HEIFER CALF Grand Champion Cory Predoehl
HAY JUDGING Team 1. Tonasket 2. Pateros 3. Omak 4. Okanogan 5. Oroville 6. Brewster
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Individual 1. Bonnie Siegfried, TON, 170; 2. Jesse Ramon, TON, 162; 3. Dallas Tyus, TON, 160; 4. Brenden Asmussen, TON, 159; 5. Leanne Barnes, TON, 157; 6. Ellie Burse, TON, 155; 7. David Curtis, TON, 154; 8. Cameron Daigneau, OMAK, 153; 9. Delaney Lester, OMAK, 151; 10 (tie). Lexie Wahl, TON; Brita Buchmann PATR; Charles Lindquest, PATR, Logan Robinson, PATR all at 150. HORSE JUDGING Team 1. Tonasket 2. Omak 3. Okanogan
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Individual 1. Katie Henneman, TON, 192; 2. Couper Routien, OMAK, 192; 3. Camille Wilson, TON, 188; 4. Jesse Ramon, TON, 185; 5. Lexi Wahl, TON,183; 6. Vanessa Pershing, TON, 183; 7. Cassie Lange, OMAK, 179; 8. Brenden Asmussen, TON, 176; 9. Conner Timm, OMAK, 174; 10. Nichole Todd, OKAN, 174. LIVESTOCK JUDGING Team 1. Tonasket 2. Omak 3. Okanogan 4. Pateros 5. Oroville 6. Brewster
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DAIRY JERSEY HEIFER - YOUTH Grand Champion Elaine Quinlan JERSEY COW - ADULT Grand Champion Michelle Quinlan FITTING AND SHOWING SENIOR Grand Champion Cory Predoehl Reserve Champion Jim Townsend INTERMEDIATE Grand Champion Clancy Andrews Reserve Champion Jesse Ramon JUNIOR Grand Champion Kasey Vejraska Reserve Champion Brooke Richey SUPERIOR EXHIBITOR FFA Grand Champion Jesse Ramon FFA Reserve Champion Drew Dezellem 4-H Grand Champion Cory Predoehl 4-H Reserve Champion Tyler Popelier HERDSMANSHIP Senior Cory Predoehl Intermediate Paxton Wood Junior Whitney Wilson EDUCATIONAL DISPLAY Whitney Wilson OVERALL EDUCATIONAL DISPLAY (ENTIRE FAIR) Trace Buchert- Beef
SR. YEARLONG HEIFER Grand Champion Kacie Vejraska Reserve Champion Cory Predoehl
Blue & Special Awards Veronica Bobadilla; Reid Bowling; Tylee Buchert; Charlee Dagnon; Wes Dagnon; Isaiah Fenison; Emily Henry; Stetson Henry; Mya Jones; Cy Kruse; Joe Kruse; Carter Kuchenbuch; Colson Kuchenbuch; Harper Latimer; Wyatt McDaniel; Ryanne Pyper; Maggie Ramon; Ben Richey; Paisley Timm; Timber Super; Wylie Timm; Betty Wehymer.
for your generosity and for buying my Hen at the Okanogan County Fair!
We appreciate it so much!
Individual 1. Conner Timm, TON, 284; 2. Lexi Wahl, TON, 277; 3. Haley Larson, TON, 273; 4. Madyson Clark, TON, 269; 5. Lily Hilderbrand, ORO, 269; 6. Chelsea Vasquez, TON, 267; 7. Jesse Ramon, TON, 265; 8. Dallas Tyus, TON, 265; 9. Morgane O’Brien, TON, 262; 10. Bonnie Siegfried, TON, 260. TRACTOR DRIVING Team 1. Tonasket 2. Okanogan 3. Oroville
1541 566 470
Individual 1. Jesse Ramon, TON, 250; 2. Damian H., OKAN, 244; 3. Chad Bretz, TON, 241; 4. Cade Hockett, TON, 241; 5. Devyn Catone, TON, 240; 6. Blake Rise, TON, 236; 7. David Curtis, TON, 252; 8. Wyatt Pershing, TON, 207; 9. Bonnie Siegfried, TON, 48; 10. Jesse Manring, TON, 44. PRODUCE JUDGING Team 1. Tonasket 2. Okanogan 3. Bridgeport 4. Pateros 5. Oroville 6. Omak
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Individual 1. Jacob Wilson, OMAK, 170; 2. Zeke Silverthorn, TON, 162; 3. Austin Rimestad, TON, 160; 4. Cade Hockett, TON, 159; 5. Analise Goodall, OMAK, 157; 6. Dallin Good, TON, 155; 7. Chandra Shibley, OMAK, 8. T.J. Tugaw, OKAN, 153; 9. Edgar Besar, OMAK, 151; 10. Bonnie Siegfried, TON and Halley Shiflett, OKAN, 150. SWEEPSTAKES Final Team Placing 1. Tonasket 2. Okanogan 3. Omak 4. Pateros 5. Oroville 6. Brewster 7. Bridgeport
September 25, 2014 edition of the Okanogan Valley Gazette-Tribune