In some places it has become a moment to moment check-up on what is the most recent mode to go under water. I remember one flood we had.
It seems the topic of discussion in Okanogan and Ferry counties is flooding.
Letters to the Editor: May 10, 2017
A few days ago, I saw a post claiming that Washington Governor Jay Inslee was a possible candidate for the U.S. Circus Side Show, also known as the U.S. Presidential Election, in 2020. Don’t worry. There’s no chance in heck that that enviro-nut would make the cut.
We’ve heard from quite a few veterans lately upset with the announcement that the Tonasket Veterans Clinic will be closing July 31.
Sometimes the line between species get a little blurred.
Can you believe it is May? Where did the time go?
Wow! Last week’s column was one of those ones that actually makes me happy.
It’s hard to believe that former Omak mayor Dale Sparber passed away nearly 9 years ago.
Letters published April 26, 2017
Have you ever had the feeling, “I have just made history?”
Letters to the editor: April 19, 2017
My letter to our community is to serve two purposes, first and foremost to encourage our voters to support the current bond effort of the Omak Schools and second, correct misinformation published recently in a letter from Mr. Jim Miller of Omak.
On Easter, while many people were hiding eggs, a small group in Omak marched in support of getting President Trump to release his tax returns.
Omak School District is hoping for a miracle. Recent school bond measures in the area have been hit or miss, Brewster and Bridgeport were recently successful in bond attempts, but other schools like Okanogan have not been.