The 34th annual Mother’s Day Walk for Peace will begin at noon Sunday, May 14, at the library, 1276 Main St.
The Washington State Nashville Country Star competition is heating up, with only 16 contestants remaining.
Krista Marchand of the Omak FFA chapter was named as the Star Farmer at the recent district evaluation in Pateros.
Ginger “Mama” Passarelli, founder of The Soup Ladies, has been given the FBI Seattle Field Office’s director’s community leadership award for 2016, for her efforts to provide home-cooked meals to first responders in emergency and disaster situations.
What started out as a childhood fascination for swords and knives has led a local man to the world of reality TV.
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.
Thousands are expected for 42nd annual barter event
An empty field nestled in the Okanogan Highlands will soon become the most populated community in Okanogan County.
Artwork from local and out-of-town artists will be featured during the 35th annual Omak Western and Native Art Show, which opened today and continues through Sunday at the Courtyard Downtown, 28 N. Main St.
Local artist Smoker Marchand crafts metal sculpture featuring a cross, Suicide Racers and a starter's pistol
Mount Rainier National Park will present "Shadows of the Past: a Living History" four times the evening of Aug. 22 at Longmire.
The seven-week Strengthening Families Program successfully wrapped up last week with three local families completing the entire course.
Several hundred youth and their adult advisers — including a Republic delegation — gathered at Great Wolf Lodge last month to share the results of their drug and alcohol prevention efforts in their communities.
Ride winds up in Winthrop at noon Friday for '49er Days
This Saturday’s United Powwow has been moved to Paschal Sherman Indian School, 169 Omak Lake Road.
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