Several Halloween-related events are on tap this weekend and into Monday as people around Okanogan Country celebrate the ghoulish holiday
NESPELEM – The annual Mill Pond Days celebration will be Saturday, June 18, in town.
Bridgeport Daze will be tomorrow in the downtown area.
The 2016 Curlew Barrel Derby celebrations will kick off the morning of Sunday, June 5, and continue through the day in town.
A parade, street vendors, rodeo and other activities are planned June 3-4 during the town’s 82nd annual Founders’ Day celebration.
The Okanogan Days celebration will be Saturday, June 4, with a variety of activities, food, a 3-on-3 basketball tournament, street fair and parade.
The Ian McFeron Band will host an evening concert Friday, June 3 at the Community Cultural Center, 411 S. Western Ave.
An event to commemorate the 75-year anniversary of Woody Guthrie’s River Songs will be Saturday, May 28 at Grand Coulee Dam.
Jeff Hardesty, principal at Tonasket High School, was named Oroville School District superintendent Monday, May 23, during a regular school board meeting.
Highway opens in time for state general fish opener
REPUBLIC - The Ferry County Republican Party is holding their annual Lincoln Day dinner and auction this Saturday at K Diamond K Guest Ranch.
PATEROS — After the Carlton Complex fire burned through town, Marian Perry came back home to find nothing left. Marian moved to Pateros to be close to her daughter, Christine, after losing her husband in 2006.
The Tonasket Elementary School’s Parent Teachers Organization will host a winter carnival tomorrow night.
TONASKET — Ron Motes finally had a use for 13 acres near town that wasn’t much good for anything agricultural.
CONCONULLY — U.S. Bureau of Reclamation officials met with local residents Friday to unveil the beginning steps of a two-phase project to reopen the Conconully Lake Resort and associated RV park.