Local cast of 25 auditioned amidst wildfire smoke
A live production of “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” is planned Dec. 10-13 at the Tonasket Community Cultural Center, 411 S. Western Ave.
Displays placed in Tonasket stores
Youngsters from Tonasket Elementary School took part in a challenge — hosted by the U.S. Armed Forces Legacy Project — to decorate local storefronts with tributes to veterans.
The Omak High School Pioneer Players drama club will stage a musical production of “Cinderella” Nov. 13-14 and Nov. 20-21.
Columbia River Quilt Guild honored World War II veteran Howard Picard with a special quilt.
Guitar music takes the forefront this weekend during GuitarFest.
Tonasket group plans afternoon of memories, photos
A centennial celebration for the Tonasket United Community Church of Christ is planned for 2-4:30 p.m. today at 24 E. Fourth St.
A 3K dog walk is planned for Saturday in Chief Tonasket Park.
Country music reigned Saturday night as a Country Music Television artist brought his band to the Omak Performing Arts Center.
What started out as a couple of women shooting the breeze on their rural Ferry Country back porch became a reality Saturday as a ribbon was cut to mark the opening of the community’s first public library.
Community comes together after fire
CONCONULLY - After the Okanogan Complex fire came within feet of some local residents' doors this summer, the town came together Wednesday night to pay appreciation to local residents and emergency personnel, and have a gourmet dinner.
The Omak Performing Arts Center is going country Saturday night with an evening concert by up-and-coming country artist Chance McKinney.
Omak grad learns about struggles facing Indian people
It isn’t every day someone can see the direct impact her work is having on someone around the globe.
Users reminded to open drains, faucets once water is off
Commissioners plan November hearing on matter
Okanogan County commissioners are considering pulling the plug on Television District No. 1, which has brought TV signals to the Okanogan Valley for 60 years.
Parade, music on tap for closing day
The 42nd annual Okanogan Family Faire, commonly known as Barter Faire, will conclude today at 76 W. Cayuse Mountain Road off Highway 20 east of Tonasket.