The Chronicle's guide to the Omak Stampede and World-Famous Suicide Race is available now in copies of the Aug. 3 issue of The Chronicle, from select retailers or online.
TONASKET — North Valley Hospital leaders are moving forward with searching for a new administrator.
TONASKET — The spirit of the Old West is still alive. That’s the message local couple Bob and Tikka Walsh are hoping to spread with a miniature Western townscape he built in their Tonasket-area front yard.
REPUBLIC — The investigation continues into a house fire that claimed the life of a local man last week.
OKANOGAN – An Okanogan County couple is suing Safeco Insurance Co. of America over coverage of their losses in the Carlton Complex fire.
WATERVILLE – An illegal marijuana-growing operation near Badger Mountain Road was raided this morning, Aug. 3, by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office.
SEATTLE – The IRS is warning people to watch out for an increase in IRS impersonation scams in the form of automated calls and new scams demanding payments via iTunes and other gift cards.
MOSES LAKE – The Road 10 fire, which started Tuesday, Aug. 2, north of town, has destroyed several homes and outbuildings, but the Grand County Sheriff’s Office says it has no count yet.
Have a collection of one-of-a-kind items throughout your house and want to have a couple antiques pickers make an offer? You might be in luck.
OKANOGAN - Many incumbents received welcome news Tuesday night with strong leads heading into the primary.
OKANOGAN - Okanogan County Commissioner races are as close as they come.
Zwicker faced similar issues at Montana hospital
Observers could have heard a pin drop Thursday night, July 27, when North Valley Hospital commissioners unanimously decided to fire CEO Mike Zwicker.
The state Department of Natural Resources has expanded its eastern Washington burn ban to include the whole state.
Candidates for governor have been invited to participate in a non-partisan debate at 7 p.m. tomorrow, July 29, in the Brewster High School gym, 503 Seventh St.
More thunderstorms expected to hit region today
Another round of thunderstorms is expected to hit the region this afternoon and early evening, prompting the Spokane office of the National Weather Service to issue a hazardous weather outlook.