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Peace festival, dinner set for Friday

The 11th annual peace festival and dinner is set for 5 p.m. Friday at the Community Cultural Center, 411 Western Ave.

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Reptile Man visits Omak

Children learn about reptiles after hearing anti-drug, anti-alcohol message in Performing Arts Center

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'White Christmas' to be presented

Snowy Owl Theater to present movie Dec. 18

Eagles Club plans oyster feed

Eagles Aerie opens doors to members and guests for Saturday evening dinner

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Rocky Horror coming to Tonasket

Movie-goers will receive a script and goodie bags to be able to "participate" in the event

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Sept. 27 is a 'free day' at state parks

Residents and visitors can spend the day at state parks without having a buy a Discover Pass.

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Youth win fair competitions

Okanogan County Fair Advisory Board announces winners of Kids Fun Day events, which took place Saturday

Ephrata team to appear on ‘Survivor’

A local father and daughter are scheduled to compete in the 29th season of the CBS television reality show, “Survivor”

Waterville fair features music, livestock and more

More than 100 years of fair memories will be celebrated this weekend during the North Central Washington Fair.

Mood Swings to perform at Tonasket park

The history park in town will have live music, 6-9 p.m., Friday, July 11, featuring The Mood Swings and Don Elliott.

Nespelem to celebrate Millpond Days

Millpond Days activities are planned in the downtown area Friday and Saturday.

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Harrowing tale to tell

Omak’s ‘Evie’ LaGrou rescued from cliff in Alaska

An Omak woman rescued last Sunday after falling off a cliff says the experience won’t change her life.

Famous producer tells Pateros grads to aim high

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.

Flag Day centennial set

The community is gearing up to celebrate the 100th year of Flag Day celebrations at the Wauconda Community Hall on Saturday.

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Shakespeare comedy gets ’60s vibe

Opening night proceeds go to Tonasket Food Bank

Shakespeare meets the 1960s in a two-weekend production of the Bard’s comedy “The Taming of the Shrew.”

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