Deadline looms for Oh, Baby
A bill aimed at expanding access to broadband services in rural areas is before the state Senate.
State Rep. Jacquelin Maycumber, R-Republic, has introduced legislation to help veterans in northeast Washington access the services and benefits they’ve earned.
An Omak man’s convictions for several felonies will stand, the state Court of Appeals for Division 3 has decided.
A “telephone town hall” meeting is planned Tuesday, Jan. 23, by 7th District legislators.
As a fledgling Americana singer, Brittany Jean feared moving from the Midwest to Brewster in 2013 might be a career stopper.
The North Central Educational Service District has been awarded $280,000 in grant funding as part of the alternative teaching certification program, which is designed to encourage individuals to become public education teachers.
State Rep. Joel Kretz, R-Wauconda, has introduced a bill to address the Hirst water decision.
The city council tabled a discussion on what to do with a failing water system on the east side of Lake Osoyoos during a Jan. 2 city council meeting.
A workshop on strategic planning in non-profit groups will be March 28.
Two Okanogan High School students have won awards in the regional Scholastic Art Competition.
The 5-5 outside hitter led the state in serving last season
The city council has approved a memorandum of agreement with two unions.
Mustangs winning for coach McFadden recovering from burns Seattle
Almost 250 people showed up Wednesday, Jan. 10, to apply for jobs at the new Okanogan Market IGA.
Omak's No. 1-ranked Nanpuya out after breaking arm
Things may be looking up for North Valley Hospital.
I want to thank the Omak School District for that great Facebook live video they did last Jan. 4. It was very informative.
Far too often residents of Okanogan County and neighboring Ferry County seem to say there’s never much to do around the region.
Would you cast a yes vote for the upcoming Omak School District levy if you knew we would raise about a million dollars of local money that would be matched by $6 million from the state?