‘You made your own entertainment’
In an era before computers and cellphones consumed the lives of Okanogan Valley residents, Saturday night dances at local halls were the thing to do for entertainment.
State Parks will continue to monitor boat launch, parking
The Conconully Lake Resort has permanently closed its doors.
Commissioners plan public hearing 1:30 p.m. tomorrow
A public hearing is planned at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow on a proposal to change the Okanogan County Board of Health from six to five members and change representation on the board.
The National Weather Service has issued a wind advisory for the Okanogan Valley calling for gusts up to 45 mph.
The Nourishing Hand animal rescue has closed its doors following the removal of four horses by the Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office earlier this week.
Due to decreased fire activity and traffic in the Kettle Complex fire areas, a portion of area closures have been lifted in the Three Rivers and Republic Ranger Districts.
As locals gear up for the annual Okanogan County Fair, state health officials warn of the risks for illnesses after being exposed to livestock and other animals.
North Valley Hospital commissioners will host a special meeting at 7 tonight in the commissioners’ hearing room at 203 S. Western Ave.
Mayor Patrick Plumb is calling for change with the city’s fire alarm.
Numerous bear encounters reported last week
It’s not everyday a modern time fairy tale plays out before your eyes.
Firefighters continue to improve a containment line around the Tunk Block fire and mop up a large unburned section within the perimeter.
An Omak woman has been sentenced to nearly a year and a half in prison and 18 months of community custody supervision for second-degree arson, domestic violence-harassment and domestic violence telephone harassment.
The Ferry County Sheriff’s Office along with the state Department of Transportation and the Colville Confederated Tribal Police, announced the full opening of state Highway 21 between Republic and Keller earlier today.
While students flew right into summer, Pateros High School junior Ethan Williams continued his studies thousands of miles away.
California Interagency Incident Management Team 5 will transfer command of the Okanogan and Chelan Complexes at 6 a.m. tomorrow to a Type 2 incident management team — Pacific Northwest Team 3 — and a national incident management organization.