State lists way to prevent problems with black bears coming out of winter dens
PATEROS - Washington Department of Transportation announced that they will be opening Highway 153 six miles west of Pateros tonight at 8 p.m.
OKANOGAN — An analysis of per-day incarceration costs for the Okanogan County Juvenile Detention facility and two other, out-of-county facilities shows the in-county option likely would be the cheapest.
OROVILLE – A Gofundme.com page has been launched to raise money for a conditional use permit and any associated legal fees to reopen N.O. Paws Left Behind dog shelter in Oroville.
OMAK – Three of 10 new state Department of Natural Resources wildland firefighting engines and crews will be deployed in Okanogan County.
OKANOGAN — Dozens of Okanogan County residents packed into the Agriplex Annex on March 31 to voice their dissatisfaction over state and federal agencies’ response to the past two years’ wildfires.
If you’ve gone through Omak the past week, you may have noticed a wagon train stopped along the street. Sir Keith Allen Fair, 53, has been traveling roads across the country pulling his wagons, packed with his possessions, one at a time to his final destination, wherever that happens to be.
More than 7,000 raucous Sen. Bernie Sanders supporters rocked the Yakima Valley SunDome last night as the presidential hopeful brought his socialistic views to Central Washington.
A historic business and one of northern Okanogan County’s largest retailers - Hughes Department Store - closed its doors last night.
Bumble Bee Foods has issued a recall on more than 30,000 cases canned tuna.
The Washington State Patrol is reminding people who choose to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with alcohol not to get behind the wheel impaired.
The Tonasket Elementary School’s Parent Teachers Organization will host a winter carnival tomorrow night.
A two-vehicle accident seven miles south of town yesterday afternoon claimed the life of a Tonasket woman and injured three others.
RIVERSIDE – Rain-saturated ground gave way beneath a southbound train Monday afternoon, causing five cars of the 52-car train to derail.
MOSCOW, Idaho — A former Tonasket resident accused of killing three people changed his plea last Friday in a Latah County Superior Courtroom.