Voters countywide are giving the nod to school maintenance and operations levies and a bond issue for construction in Brewster, initial election returns show.
Nashville Country Star auditions set for Sunday
Aspiring teen country music singers across the state will have one last opportunity to qualify for a shot at winning $1,500.
Omak Wood Products announced has sold its business to Omak Forest Products.
Warm air and a shallow layer of fog in mountain valleys is trapping smoke and impairing air quality, prompting the state to issue burn bans in Kittitas and Okanogan counties.
Bail was set yesterday afternoon, Feb. 4, for the Lake Roosevelt Elementary School assistant principal suspected of several counts of possessing sexual depictions of a minor and sexual exploitation of a minor.
It’s a situation playing out in many communities across north central Washington. As employers pack up and leave town, how to fill empty businesses and attract tourism could become a regional crisis.
Proposals are being sought for someone to take over the Enloe Dam powerhouse and adapt it for an alternative use, but there’s no hurry to submit proposals.
Sewing has changed a lot over the 30 years, with computerized machines requiring Needlelyn Time owner Lyn Hruska to keep on top of advances.
The Oroville Grange is hosting an economic round table discussion today at the Grange, 622 Fir St.
Omak resident and physician Bill Dienst is scheduled to return home Wednesday after spending nearly two weeks teaching medical practices in the Gaza Strip.
An Oroville man was sentenced to 30 months in federal prison after pleading guilty to dealing firearms without a license.
Budding culinary artists in Omak High School’s Family and Consumer Science classes competed in the finale of their “Top Chef”-style competition on Thursday.
Interstate 90 over Snoqualmie Pass is closed from Ellensburg to North Bend because of avalanche danger.
Highway 2 is closed through Tumwater Canyon because of heavy precipitation and high avalanche danger.
A one-hour power outage is planned early Thursday morning, Jan. 21, in Twisp and south of town along Highway 153 to the Libby Creek area.