News for Tuesday, April 21, 2015

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Omak Fish Hatchery faces possible closure

Nearly 65-year-old hatchery is on state cutting block

The Omak Fish Hatchery faces closure to help balance a shortfall in the state Department of Fish and Wildlife’s projected budget for the 2015-17 biennium.

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Omak girls tennis improves to 9-0

Pioneer boys win first match of season

The Omak High School girls tennis team won three matches last week, including 5-0 over Tonasket on Saturday, to remain undefeated this season.

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Omak, Okanogan bridge work planned

Motorists can expect delays of up to 10 minutes

Motorists headed between downtown and the east side of the Okanogan River can expect delays on Thursday while repairs are done to the Central Avenue bridge.

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Baseball Poll: Cashmere drops to No. 3

Quincy hands Bulldogs first loss of the season, 11-10

Quincy, a 2A team, handed 1A Cashmere its first loss of the season, 11-10. As a result the Bulldogs dropped from No. 2 to No 3 in the third week of the Washington High School Baseball Poll released Monday night.

Farmer’s Insurance finishes third

Women’s softball team opens league 2-0

Farmer’s Insurance of Omak finished third in a kickoff tournament last weekend for the Apple Valley Softball Association.

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Tribal council places pot referendum on ballot

Colville tribal voters will decide in June whether tribal code should parallel state law concerning recreational use of marijuana.

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Douke skates to first place in Bomb Bowl

Dylan Douke claimed first place in the advanced skaters overall division Sunday at the sixth annual T-Town Bowl Bomb at Tonasket Skate Park.