Temperatures soared above 100 degrees to start Stampede and cooled off as the weekend progressed, but rodeo action stayed hot throughout.
North Valley Hospital commissioners have tabled a resolution that would appoint Kenneth Archer as the district’s administrator during a regular board meeting Thursday, Aug. 10.
A gate installed by Gebbers Land and Timber after the state Supreme Court denied review of the vacation of a portion of Three Devils Road was torn down two days later by vandals.
A couple incidents of graffiti being scrawled on campaign signs have been reported to police.
There may be a few un-happy campers at the Okanogan County Fair this year, Sept. 7-10., according to fair advisory committee members. A problem with water pressure and electrical issues with electric-only camping at the sound end are two if the biggest issues committee members are facing this year.
The Spokane office of the National Weather Service has issued a red flag warning calling for low humidity and gusty winds.
A Mesquite, Nev., motorcyclist died in a two-vehicle crash yesterday afternoon about 10 miles east of town on Highway 20.
It’s not everyday you see a Hollywood celebrity in Okanogan County. But some local residents were treated with a visit from Jack Black earlier this week.
Okanogan County Public Health in conjunction with Okanogan Emergency Management are setting up county-wide distribution points for N-95 masks due to the wildfire smoke situation in Okanogan County.
Charges against an Omak man in the July 16 death of a pedestrian have been amended to include second-degree murder-felony murder.
An Omak man died early July 29 when his pickup truck went off Highway 155 and he was ejected before the vehicle caught fire.
Jodi Crofton and her four-year-old son, Nolan, were fast asleep Wednesday, July 26, when she was awoken to the sound of a sheriff deputy pounding on her front door and a thick haze of smoke.
Blistering hot temperatures will continue all week, peaking with a predicted high of 105 degrees on Friday.
Motorists traveling over Highway 155 can expect delays and flagger-controlled traffic as fiber optic cable installation continues along the road.
A Toppenish man, who had been living in Nespelem, is scheduled for trial Aug. 29 in the drowning death of Joseph Shawl.