Memorial powwow planned Saturday in Nespelem

Tribal dancers to celebrate the lives of Jeannie Moon and Sharon Redthunder

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Agencies offer help at homeless services event

Churches plan services for homeless residents

Movie night fundraiser planned by Buddhists

Buddhist Life Science/Meditation Center to host spiritual movie night

Myers selected as ad manager

Former Chronicle employee takes over bowling alley

Teresa Myers has been promoted to advertising manager of The Chronicle.

Bakers get busy with rosca

Three Kings Day brings out the breadmakers

Hundreds of families took part Monday in Three Kings Day with a sweet tradition derived from the Bible, and two local bakeries provided the goods.

New Year brings babies

All four hospitals serving Okanogan County have welcomed their first babies of 2014. Isaac James Hamernik was the county’s first baby. He was born at 12:54 a.m. New Year’s Day at North Valley Hospital.

Glanzer - Haire

Tyrone and Janet Glanzer have announced the engagement of their daughter, Dana Glanzer, to Sean Haire.

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New Year's revelers ring in 2014

Okanogan County residents, visitors turn out for inaugural Masquerade Ball

Longtime rancher, cowboy Beeman dies

Lifelong Okanogan County resident Jack Beeman, a longtime rancher and cowboy, died the day after Christmas. He was 79.

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Soroptomist Sharing Tree extends deadline

25 tags remain for people to donate to local children in need this Christmas

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Santa to tour Okanogan tonight

Santa Claus will hand out candy canes, visit children and collect donations for area food banks this evening in Okanogan

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Santa's tour continues tonight

The Omak Chamber of Commerce has teamed up with the city Fire Department to bring Santa Claus to neighborhoods this week

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Short wins Farm Bureau award

During a ceremony in November, Rep. Shelly Short received the 2013 Legislator of the Year Award by the Washington State Farm Bureau.

Christmas tree permits now on sale

Residents and visitors can cut their own tree in Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest

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Taste of Two Valleys raises more than $50,000

More than 500 people attend gala event in the Agri-Plex