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Okanogan County Commissioners Jim DeTro, Ray Campbell and Sheilah Kennedy didn’t mince words when they laid the blame for the catastrophic fires squarely on state government.
Amid the ashes and debris of the Carlton Complex wildfires, heroes rise.
I enjoy eating seafood as much as the next guy. But the assumptions Gov. Jay Inslee made last week about how much fish we eat is a bit ridiculous.
Let’s hope the plans are approved for increased timber harvest and thinning, reduction of slash piles and more public access before a catastrophic fire hits in our neck of the woods.
In the past, our editorial board for endorsements has consisted mostly of Chronicle staff. This year, we’d like to try something a little different. I’d like to alter the composition to include more community members.
As temperatures soar, be sure children and pets aren’t left in sweltering, hot vehicles
Emails show agency was disingenuous on issue
Standing along Omak-Riverside Eastside Road and looking up, Dead Horse Canyon looks like a daunting hike and climb.
The city of Omak and the Colville Confederated Tribes have a smart, and safe, answer: East Side Park in Omak. The park lies on the reservation, and is subject to reservation law.
Okanogan County commissioners Ray Campbell, Sheila Kennedy and Jim DeTro heard from the public, tribal officials and so-called environmentalist groups Monday on plans to open more roads for ATV use.
With downtown Omak seemingly under endless construction the last couple months, business operators are beginning to worry about their finances.
During winter we get hungry for color; flowers are most welcome
Have you ever noticed what a role color plays in our lives?
It seems that our American society has relegated fathers to second-class parental status.
We’re all familiar with car loans and home mortgages. They make it possible for consumers to make major purchases without paying cash up front.
June 14th commemorates “Flag Day,” a day when millions of Americans, schools, government buildings, businesses, and grave sites will display the symbol that captures the spirit of American ideals and freedoms – the American flag.