Heavy rain during sent water, mud and debris across several roads in Okanogan County.
Although the Okanogan County Fair is more than five months away, fair advisory committee members met Thursday, April 6, to lay out the groundwork for the 70th annual celebration Sept. 7-10.
Jim Heskett, owner of the Hideaway Bar and Grill and Big Red’s, talked about the annual Run for the Border motorcycle event during a regular city council meeting March 21.
Gov. Jay Inslee has asked the White House for a major disaster declaration and financial assistance to help 15 counties recover from the impacts of severe winter storms that hit the state Jan. 30 through Feb. 22.
U.S. Rep. Dan Newhouse, R-4th District, is asking the Environmental Protection Agency to review last year’s “What’s Upstream” campaign that urged people to lobby against farm practices.
The high school years: For most students, it’s a time to prepare for college, a transition period to becoming an adult.
No one was injured when a small plane crashed at the Twisp Airport just before 3 p.m. Monday, April 3.
A Level 3 sex offender has moved to the 32200 block of Highway 97, Oroville.
100 years ago: President Woodrow Wilson signed a declaration of war against Germany after Congress voted the war resolution 373-50 at 3 a.m. today.
A special meeting of the Tonasket Civil Service Commission is planned for 4 p.m. Thursday, April 6 at city hall, 209 N. Whitcomb Ave.
Fire crews from several agencies responded yesterday for a wildland fire in the Frosty Creek area east of Tonasket.
Music is an important part of life.
A winter survival training course drew Explorers from Oroville and Franklin County to Bonaparte Lake in early March.
Central Washington University has announced its winter quarter honor roll students.
Training on state and federal labor laws will be offered in Spanish and English during forums April 26 in Yakima and April 27 in Wenatchee.