Patrol responds to dozens of collisions; schools affected
Thursday's snow storm – albeit short-lived – impacted car insurance premiums, power lines and school start and end times across the region.
North Valley Hospital commissioners named Jean Pfeifer as board chairwoman during their regular meeting Jan. 11. Pfeifer was elected during the November 2017 election to her first term on the board. The board named Jerry Bradley as vice chairman and Dick Larson as secretary.
BARSTOW - Two people died in separate vehicle accidents Jan. 11 as snow blanketed north central Washington.
Power outages are affecting the Malott and Methow Valley areas.
Classes will start two hours late on Friday, Jan. 12, in the Pateros School District because of snow.
Methow Valley schools are dismissing at 2 p.m. today, Jan. 11, because of a power outage in the Winthrop-Mazama area.
Classes were dismissed at 1 p.m. today, Jan. 11, in the Bridgeport School District because of snow.
All after-school activities are canceled today, Jan. 11, in the Brewster School District because of snowy weather.
A quorum of the Okanogan County commissioners will attend the Northeast Washington Counties meeting at 10 a.m. Friday, Jan. 12.
TranGO public transportation is canceling its Omak-Okanogan shuttle stop at the Okanogan County courthouse for the rest of today, Jan. 11, because of road conditions.
Top-notch coach, player is gone
Martin lifts Oroville past Raiders, 44-43
Tonasket holds off taller Manson, 34-32
Ski lessons tentatively planned for Jan. 20-21
Chelan at Omak rescheduled for Jan. 17
Homecoming activities will wrap up Saturday, Jan. 13, in the Mansfield School District.
Pathognomy, the study of passion and emotions, inspires oil painter Robin Nelson Wicks.
The Community Foundation of North Central Washington has awarded more than $441,000 to non-profit groups thanks donations from people across the region.
An arborist gave the pair one year to live.
The American Red Cross has put out a call for donations of blood and platelets during National Blood Donor Month in January.
Newspaper people, when they get called for jury duty, end up with something to write about even if they aren’t picked to sit on the jury.
Sometimes I fear the pirate ship may be sinking.
Well, here we are in 2018. Where the heck did last year go? Last week I started looking for upcoming big-named acts scheduled to perform around the region in the coming months.
The gifts have been cleared from under the Christmas tree and 2017 is quickly coming to a close.
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