The state Department of Natural Resources announced today the following changes in the fire danger rating and burn restrictions on DNR-protected lands.
State and federal wildlife biologists captured and collared the first gray wolf in western Washington in modern times in Skagit County east of Burlington.
At least one calf was confirmed to be killed by a member of the Sherman Wolf Pack last week near Lambert Creek in Ferry County.
Colville tribal voters will decide June 24 on who will fill seven positions on the Colville Business Council.
Briefs for June 21, 2017
Members of the Tonasket High School class of 2017 earned a variety of honors, awards and college scholarships.
Registered Level 3 sex offender has moved to 32100 Highway 97.
The 22nd annual Molson Midsummer Festival will kickoff Saturday, June 17 and feature a day filled with family fun.
Roads damaged by flooding and slides are slowly being put back together, but others still are being damaged because of the soggy spring.
Ferry County Rail Trail Partners recently made a compelling case on Facebook and even garnered the attention of a Spokesman-Review columnist to write a scathing story on Ferry County Commissioners dissolving the county’s Rail Corridor Committee that has brought together the stretch of non-motorized trail from Republic to Danville.
Mid-Valley Hospital’s new CEO will start work May 30, a week after longtime hospital leader Mike Billing retires.
Work continues to progress on repairs to Highway 20 over Loup Loup Pass, but no reopening date has been set yet.
A man who apparently jumped into the Okanogan River on Monday afternoon, May 22, is believed to have drowned.
Briefs for May 24, 2017.
Three new officers have joined the Omak Police Department within the past few months.