A free pick up of unwanted, outdated or unlabeled agricultural pesticides is planned this month by the Okanogan County Pest Board.
The National Weather Service is predicting a chance of snow Friday, just in time for Christmas. But warmer temperatures may melt any accumulation before the holiday.
State wants to hear from you on proposal to create gene banks for fisheries in the lower Columbia River
Stage 1 ban continues to Wednesday
Commissioners say they don’t want over-regulation
Okanogan County commissioners were met with applause Monday night when they decided marijuana-related businesses should be able to operate without conditional use permits from the county.
Snowfall in the forecast for the U.S. Highway 97, Coulee corridors as temperatures rise slightly
National Weather Service issues hazardous weather outlook for North-Central Washington
Seafood CEO wants birds provided to every local Colville tribal family
A man who exited his van to close a gate was killed Tuesday morning when the vehicle slipped out of gear
Agency regularly performs checks for I-9 forms
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is performing an immigration compliance audit on a local, unnamed farm.
Orchardist finds container of explosives more than 30 years old while clearing brush
Reps. Doc Hastings and Cathy McMorris Rodgers among those signing letter calling for local management of wolves
Lawmakers help switch from groundwater withdrawal to Columbia Basin Project water use
Tree from Colville National Forest headed to Washington, D.C.
National Christmas tree to be trasported through Ferry and Okanogan counties Wednesday
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