Mudslides sweep away structures, blocks state Highway 153
The National Weather Service has issued several warnings and watches for the region.
The Wenatchee Police Department arrested a man last night in connection with an attempted murder in Oroville
Allegations of meth, heroin dealing lead to arrests
Brdley Michael Friesen, 37, was arrested July 17 in Osoyoos following alligations of selling firearms.
Two down trees has caused a partial roadblock southeast of town
School board approves 2014-15 $4.3 million budget
Former Tonasket High School librarian Elizabeth KinKade pleads guilty to one count of first-degree sexual misconduct with a minor-school employee
Thornton1 team wins clan competition with 83 points; Draggoo second with 171 points
Detectives are looking for a Ryan P. Mulligan in connection with a stabbing
Nine-year-old Joseph Richards of Omak is the fastest junior boy in the obstacle course race
Maria Duncan of Omak is the fastest girl on the obstacle course
Okanogan man arrested by deputies for allegedly selling drugs out of a tent
Gov. Jay Inslee plans to visit Twisp, Winthrop and Pateros tomorrow.
The annual Grubstake Open golf tournament returns Saturday at the Okanogan Valley Golf Club, 105 Danker Cutoff Road.
The ninth annual Budweiser-Lowrance King Salmon Derby on Aug. 1-3 raised $1,700 in a raffle for a YETI cooler that benefited victims of the Carlton Complex fires.
The Sinlahekin Wildlife Area will host its fourth summer educational program, Aug. 23-24.
Electricity was restored yesterday afternoon to Malott and the Methow Valley, about four hours after a problem developed along the Loup Loup transmission line west of town.
n online seminar to discuss social determinates of health in rural communities will take place at noon Aug. 20 in the Republic Reducing Alcohol and Drug use Coalition office.
The area from just south of Okanogan to Malott and across the mountains to the Methow Valley is without electricity this afternoon.