Water may be dedicated to dust control, other items
A subsidiary of Kinross recently announced plans to modify its existing water right agreement to support exploratory activity in the Okanogan Highlands.
Crews are looking upstream from Chief Joseph Dam
Several more attempts to locate the body of a missing fisherman last week failed to turn up any new information.
Downtown streetscape construction has caused mixed feelings among business operators.
June 15, 2014- News of Record
Children can find plenty to do at camps offering instruction in art, music, drama, sports and general outdoors skills
Children looking for something to help them sail through the summer doldrums will find a variety of camps at which they can hone their music, drama, cooking and general camping skills.
People can learn how to be “bear aware” during an informational session today in the Sinlahekin Wildlife Area between Loomis and Conconully.
Owner closes longtime Okanogan restaurant during town festival
Recall election still to be certified; five votes remain
With only a handful of ballots left to count that won’t be enough to tip the scales, Mayor Marilynn Lynn will be recalled from office next week.
Valedictorian says Class of 2014 can take on the world
Ehren Kruger may be a successful screenwriter and producer of several Hollywood blockbusters, but as he told Pateros High School’s graduating class Saturday, it was a long road to get there.
Guzman accused of attacking a former co-worker
A Brewster man has been charged in Okanogan County Superior Court with second-degree attempted rape and several other crimes against another man.
Sealing expected near Tonasket and Leahy Junction
Fog-sealing work is expected this week on local highways as part of a region-wide paving project.
Area entrepreneurs already showing interest in land
The city may turn an unused landfill into a commercial and recreational area on Starr Road, about two miles south of town, and it has already generated some interest from business owners.
Festival includes music, parades, ‘Beer’d’ contest
The town’s annual celebration, Prospectors’ Days, begins Friday and will continue through the weekend with a bevy of activities from bingo to music and from a fun run to a softball tournament.
The community is gearing up to celebrate the 100th year of Flag Day celebrations at the Wauconda Community Hall on Saturday.
The Chamber of Commerce is upping the ante for activities this year at the annual Play Days festival.