Local residents brought home several awards from the annual North Central Washington Fair Aug. 24-27.
Shelby White was all smiles as 2017 Okanogan County Fair Queen Cora Diehl placed a crown atop her head.
A Tonasket man has been named to the summer quarter honor roll at Central Washington University.
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.
Sushi dish takes top honors in ‘Top Chef’ competition
Students from three area schools faced off in the kitchen Wednesday for the title of “Top Chef.”
Former youth pastor named to succeed
Nearly 20 years after first stepping into the pulpit at the Tonasket Free Methodist Church, the Rev. Ron Wise is retiring at the end of the month.
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.
Columbia River Quilt Guild honored World War II veteran Howard Picard with a special quilt.
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.
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.
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