Michael Knox files 14 complaints against Mayor Marilynn Lynn in recall effort
Brother and sister to represent U.S. in Sochi, Russia, in the 2014 Winter Olympic Games
One Waterville man dead, a second hospitalized after T-bone crash near rural Mansfield
Under House Bill 2086, anyone smoking in a car with a child could be cited and face a $150-$250 fine
Conservative freshman lawmaker joins Seattle liberal in inviting Gov. Jay Inslee to give state of the state address
Tansy Fae-Arwen Mathis was convicted of first-degree murder for the brutal slaying of Michelle Kitterman
Next winter storm to bring wind, rain to North-Central Washington this weekend
Ferry County and Methow Valley should prepare for heavy snowfall
Quake occurred about nine miles south of Republic, east of state Highway 21
Tractor-trailer carrying fuel strikes guard rail on state Highway 17 overpass
Vacant Okanogan City Council seat applications due by 4:30 p.m. today
Three Rivers CEO 'Bud' Hufnagel plans to step down in April
A Stage 1 burn ban in Okanogan and Ferry counties will expire at 4 p.m. today, according to the state Department of Ecology.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has called for burn bans on the Colville, Yakama and Spokane Indian reservations.
Unpromising weather forecasts are prompting the state Department of Ecology to call Stage 1 burn bans for nine Eastern Washington counties, including Okanogan and Ferry.
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