John F. Perry is launching an apple evaporator business at his ranch north of Omak. C.R. Plumb will be in charge of the drying and the plant.
I love listening to music, be it one of today’s “hot new” songs, or a classic from yesteryear. While I’ll admit the bulk of my music collection (both physical and digital) is country, bluegrass and classic rock, I’ve got nothing against classical, folk, blues, and even the occasional pop song. Last week my brother purchased a subscription for me to the popular streaming music service Spotify.
Tonasket Middle School has named first quarter honor roll students.
A new fence was installed this fall at Alma Park with the goal of keepings youngsters and basketballs out of the Okanogan River and nearby Salmon Creek.
The 12th annual Jammin’ Against Hunger benefit show will be from 6-9 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 18, at the Okanogan Grange Hall, 305 Tyee St.
A fundraiser for Cancer Care of North Central Washington/Our House is under way, with raffle tickets for a doll being sold Nov. 16 at Confluence Health, 916 Koala Drive.
Dozens of participants turned out for the Oct. 28 Zombie Fun Run.
Kayla Wells-Moses, family and consumer sciences educator with Colville Indian Reservation Washington State University Extension office, was honored at the National Extension Association for Family and Consumer Sciences 2017 annual session.
Colville tribal veterans are busy this week traveling to various schools for Veterans Day observances.
Omak Stampede Inc. will have its annual banquet at Nov. 17 at 12 Tribes Resort Casino, 28968 Highway 97.
Does Thanksgiving even matter anymore?
The Okanogan County Public Utility District’s waving Santa is getting a major facelift - one that involves more than just a new coat of paint.
A community Thanksgiving dinner is planned Nov. 15 in the Pateros School commons, 344 W. Beach St.
The Okanogan Farm Lights Festival will be at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 29, downtown on Second Avenue and Queen Street.
An open house celebrating Evelyn Minnich’s 100th birthday is planned for 1-4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 11, at the Omak Community Presbyterian Church, 9 S. Birch St.