Bivins pleads guilty

A local man pleaded guilty Jan. 17 to the April 5, 2014, vehicular homicide of 24-year-old Charity Rumbolz.

Dansel resigns state Senate to join Trump administration

Sen. Brian Dansel, R-Republic, has resigned from the state Senate to join the Trump administration in the Department of Agriculture.

Weather brings school delays, closures

Due to ice, freezing rain and snow storms several area schools are planning closures and delays for classes Thursday, Jan. 19. This list will be updated as information becomes available.

McDonald's plans to introduce new ‘Big Mac' sizes

McDonald's restaurants across the nation will soon begin selling two new sizes of the popular Big Mac, in addition to the original.

Forever stamp prices increase Sunday

Be prepared to pay more when you purchase First-Class mail Forever stamps.

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More wet weather in the forecast

According to weather officials, more snow, rain and freezing rain is on tap for the foreseeable futures.

Some after school activities, sports cancelled

Due to inclement weather, several school activities are being cancelled today.

Storm prompts clinic cancelations

In light of inclement weather, Confluence Health locations throughout the region has been operating under special circumstances this morning.

Winter storm warning issued

The Spokane office of the National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning, hazardous weather outlook and hydrologic outlook covering most of North Central Washington.

Holiday Twinkies recalled

Hostess has issued a recall for some of its Twinkies due to potential contamination with salmonella.

Burn ban issued for Okanogan, Stevens counties

A Stage 1 burn ban is under way in Okanogan County until at least noon, Monday, Jan. 9.

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Sheriff seeks to find missing Malott man

Public's help needed to find 26-year-old man

Snowfall expected along North Cascade Highway

The Spokane office of the National Weather Service has issued a hazardous weather outlook calling for snow along the North Cascade Highway.

4.2 magnitude earthquake hits near Oliver B.C.

OLIVER, B.C. – Residents throughout southern British Columbia and northern Okanogan County may have felt the rattle of a 4.2 magnitude earthquake this morning.

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Bail set for shooting suspect

Bail was set at $750,000 today in Okanogan County Superior Court for a Pateros man accused of attempting to kill the president and CEO of Gebbers Farms on Wednesday, Sept. 7.


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