(2017-154 June 14, 21, 28, July 5, 12, 19) IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR OKANOGAN COUNTY JAMES LARRY ARNETT and CATHERINE SUSAN OSBORNE, husband and wife, Plaintiff, vs., PONTIAC RIDGE SPORTSMEN,
(2017-155 June 21) Notice of Primary Election Okanogan County, State of Washington Tuesday, August 1, 2017
(2017-159 June 21, 28) NOTICE OF LOCATION AND DATE CHANGE
(2017-160 June 21, 28) PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the OCFD No 7 Commissioners
(2017-161 June 21) PUBLIC NOTICE
(2017-162 June 21) Town of Conconully
(2017-158, June 14, 21) Television District #1 of Okanogan County REQUEST FOR STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS For Professional Survey Services for A Lease of a Tribal Mountain Telecommunications Site PROJECT NAME: Omak Mountain TV District #1 Lease Renewal
Sammy Kershaw to perform Chelan Fair
Can you believe today is the first day of summer? Wow! Where has the year gone! Last Friday I attended the annual Art in the Park in Omak.
A smile slipped across Norm Weddle’s face Thursday morning as crews began pouring a concrete slab next to the newly constructed bathhouse at the site of the new community swimming pool in History Park.
Letters to the Editor: June 21, 2017
Several people have told me recently about efforts to target local businesses in Okanogan and Ferry counties for owners expressing their support for conservative values or, God forbid, President Donald J. Trump.
Summer is officially here – June 21. Now is the time of year that kids complain about nothing to do and adults look out the windows at work longing to get out and do something – anything.
Eighth-graders at Omak Middle School participated in a promotion ceremony June 13 in the Omak Performing Arts Center.
A salmon bake and cultural celebration to benefit the Pateros-Brewster Community Resource Center is planned for 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, June 24, in Memorial Park.
I don’t know who was responsible for the dictum we followed in my family along about the time I was in high school, but it read: You do not eat anything you have named.
State and federal wildlife biologists captured and collared the first gray wolf in western Washington in modern times in Skagit County east of Burlington.
At least one calf was confirmed to be killed by a member of the Sherman Wolf Pack last week near Lambert Creek in Ferry County.
Colville tribal voters will decide June 24 on who will fill seven positions on the Colville Business Council.
The Internal Revenue Service is warning people to beware of a new scam linked to the electronic federal tax payment system.
Briefs for June 21, 2017