Several roads that were previously closed because of the Carlton Complex fires have been reopened.
The following roads are closed, as of July 24.
The Okanogan County Public Utility District will be energizing the Twisp substation today.
The state 4-H community is being asked to help members’ families impacted by the Carlton Complex fires.
People impacted by the Carlton Complex fires can get a variety of relief supplies through Churches of Christ Disaster Relief Effort Inc., based in Nashville, Tenn.
People in, adjacent to and downstream from areas burned in the Carlton Complex fires are urged to take immediate action to protect themselves from erosion and flooding.
A fire information meeting is planned at 7 tonight, Thursday, at Okanogan High School, 255 S. Fifth Ave. Another meeting will be at 7 p.m. Friday at the Conconully Community Hall, 219 Main St.
A dozen U.S. senators, including Sens. Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell, both D-Wash., have sent a letter to Senate leaders calling for swift passage of President Obama’s emergency supplemental funding request, which would allocate $615 million to fight wildfires.
The Pastime Bar and Grill is donating 5 percent of its food sales to Okanogan County Community Action’s fire victim assistance fund.
U.S. Bank has set up a mobile banking branch at its regular branch, 409 S. Whitcomb Ave. It is open during regular banking hours.
The Ellisforde Bridge Road is closed temporarily because of fallen trees.
A registered sex offender has notified the Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office and moved to the 400 block of South Third Avenue.
Approximately 7,000 homes and businesses are without power in Okanogan County today
President Obama has declared an emergency in Washington state, freeing up additional federal resources to help with the wildfires.
A new Red Cross shelter opened Tuesday night at Brewster High School, 503 S. Seventh Ave.