Former North Valley Hospital CEO Michael Zwicker is suing Okanogan County Hospital District No. 4, doing business as North Valley Hospital, over its alleged failure to release records under the state Open Public Records Act.
A final review of the draft 2018 town budget was held Nov. 1 by the town council.
An open forum to discuss the Wenatchee Valley College at Omak wildland fire program will be Dec. 2.
The U.S. Navy has apologized for a flight crew that drew a giant phallus in the sky Thursday afternoon, Nov. 16.
The city council fine-tuned the proposed 2018 budget a bit more during a special meeting Nov. 13.
Passage of a 0.1 percent sales tax increase by Okanogan County residents will allow the county to set up a maintenance fund for the juvenile detention facility.
Former Winthrop Marshal Hal Henning is suing the town and former Mayor Anne Acheson.
Former General Manager John Grubich got a cash-out of more than $148,000 for accrued leave time when he left the Okanogan County Public Utility District’s employ last month.
KALISPELL, Mont. – North Cascades Bank parent company Glacier Bancorp Inc. directors have declared a quarterly dividend of 21 cents per share.
An Omak man is being held on $1 million bail with anticipated charges of first-degree aggravated murder and first-degree arson in the wake of a fatal house fire.
Taylor makes first team in 1A CTL
Juggling numbers can be awesome
Bulldogs' football finishes season at 9-1
Bears play for third- and fourth-place at 10 a.m. Saturday
Former Omak student posts fastest time all four days of rodeo
Christmas at the End of the Road, Winthrop’s kickoff to the Christmas season, will be Friday and Saturday, Nov. 24-25.
Several free Thanksgiving meals are planned this week.
The second Okanogan Middle School Thanks and Giving project has wrapped up, with staff and students providing 15 local families with a holiday meal.
Longtime Omak Stampede volunteer and former board president George Dunckel was inducted into the organization’s hall of fame Nov. 18.
The Sharing Tree, a project of the Okanogan Valley Soroptimist Club, will be ready tomorrow, Nov. 22, for people to pick up a tag and fulfill a child’s holiday wish.
The holiday season is in full swing, still with more emphasis on Christmas than Thanksgiving, even though turkey day is tomorrow.
I love listening to music, be it one of today’s “hot new” songs, or a classic from yesteryear. While I’ll admit the bulk of my music collection (both physical and digital) is country, bluegrass and classic rock, I’ve got nothing against classical, folk, blues, and even the occasional pop song. Last week my brother purchased a subscription for me to the popular streaming music service Spotify.
The Boeing 747, with its iconic cockpit “hump,” soon will be just a memory as far as passenger service goes.
Does Thanksgiving even matter anymore?
Brrr! Where did this wintry weather come from? It seems we went from a nice autumn breeze to cold north winds all of a sudden.