A Stage 1 burn ban has been extended through 9 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 19, for the Methow Valley from Pateros to Mazama.
Newly elected North Valley Hospital commissioners Jean Pfeifer and Jerry Bradley, and incumbent Adam Tibbs were sworn into office Thursday night during a regular board meeting.
Not even cold weather could keep local “Star Wars” fans from lining up at the Omak Theater Thursday morning in anticipation of an advanced screening of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.” The film will be shown at 7 p.m. tonight at 108 N. Main St.
The state Health Benefit Exchange is alerting customers who have not yet signed up for 2018 coverage that tomorrow, Dec. 15 is the deadline to select health and dental plans through Washington Healthplanfinder that begin on Jan 1, 2018.
The U.S. Navy sent an apology letter to the superintendent of the Okanogan School District following the drawing of a giant phallus in the sky Nov. 16.
The Eye & Ear Clinic of Wenatchee will soon become part of Confluence Health, which is buying its assets, according to a statement.
Several Tunk Valley residents are suing Okanogan County and others over actions they say imperils their water supply.
The state Transportation Improvement Board has announced grant awards for 2017.
Several teachers from school districts serving Okanogan County and the surrounding area have received classroom grants from the North Central Education Foundation.
The Senate Republican Caucus has announced appointments to 2018 Senate committees.
‘Tis the season for mistletoe, eggnog, twinkling lights and porch pirates.
Libby Harrison has been elected president of the Pateros Chamber of Commerce for 2018.
Voters will be asked Feb. 13 to consider a four-year educational programs and operation levy request.
The Washington State Parks 2018 wall calendar is available for purchase.
The city council had a public hearing Dec. 5 on the proposed 2018 budget.