Only 18 applicants allowed to hunt on the Charles and Mary Eder Unit
Pinochle players hit on 1,500 in clubs
Organizer Roger Sawyer kept hopping all night
Killer Whales take Omak title
The Club opens league at 3-1
The Diamond Creek Fire, burning since July 22 in the Pasayten Wilderness north of town, has grown to about 250 acres.
Final weekend of qualifying is this weekend
New flatfish mark is now 1.22 pounds
Most of the settlers who took up land on the south half of the Colville Indian Reservation, which was opened up last year, are reported to be getting along well. Within a short while, prosperous-looking farms will be scattered throughout the area.
An Omak man has been charged in Okanogan County Superior Court with vehicular homicide in the July 16 death of a pedestrian.
The state Legislature’s failure to come up with a capital budget is impacting a few construction projects in Okanogan County.
Electrical rates for most Okanogan County Public Utility District customers are going up Sept. 1 to pay for several projects to update infrastructure that has well outlived its life expectancy.
A Bellingham climber died July 22 after falling into a crevasse on Forbidden Peak in North Cascades National Park.
A second man has been charged in the drowning death of Joseph Shawl, 46, Omak. Andrew Iverson Newman, 18, Omak, was arrested Thursday, July 20, and charged July 24 in Okanogan County Superior Court with second-degree murder.
A Pullman police commander’s adopted son and other teenager were apprehended last week in Ferry County in connection with a homicide in Latah County in Idaho.
‘There is a definite need for traditional country music’
Saturday I traveled to the 41st annual Darrington Bluegrass Festival in Snohomish County. Even though it’s a two-hour drive west of Winthrop, it was well worth the travel. Being a musician and supporter of the arts, I figured it was finally time to see the “Bluegrass Capital of the Northwest.”
It isn’t often that you see a musical act in a small-town bar and go away thinking that you’ve seen something remarkable.
It is that time of the year again when we have to make some educated choices and let our voice be heard on some important decisions on local leadership and funding.
Last weekend had my head spinning.
Eight smokejumpers were deployed Sunday morning, July 23, from the North Cascades Smokejumper Base to suppress a small fire in the Pasayten Wilderness.