Flippers available at Buzzard Lake
I just completed writing this year’s Fishrapper, the annual fishing prospect magazine that will appear in The Chronicle’s Wednesday edition.
Pet stories tell connection tales
We have considered the topic of human-animal relations, but the subject is not exhausted. It may never be.
When President Obama permanently grounded America’s space shuttles a couple of years ago, he made a huge mistake. He gave Russia carte blanche over the International Space Station and we now pay $70 million each for our astronauts to hitch a ride.
Concrete park sought for Omak
An ambitious fundraiser will try to raise enough money for a permanent skate park in Omak’s East Side Park.
Gebbers installed in Hall of Fame
Sadie Bjornsen of Mazama wrapped up her cross country ski season in a big way last week.
Longtime resident remembers first days of the route
There is something exciting about seeing something being built. Take, for example, the North Cascades Highway.
Three Rivers needs to heed red flags at Coulee Medical Center
The firestorm at Coulee Medical Center should’ve sent red-flag warnings to hospital officials in Brewster.
With all the things going on in the world — wars, politics, business, etc. — spring break offers me a much-needed respite.
Guest Column by Doc Hastings
As tax day nears on April 15, we’re reminded of the tremendous impact decisions made in Washington, D.C., have here on families, farmers, and businesses.
A few weeks ago, I wrote about nutrition and the incidence of corporations that make food of questionable nutritional quality sponsoring everything from reading programs to school sports scoreboards.
During our period of joys and concerns in church on a recent Sunday, a young boy rejoiced: “The robins are back!”
Book on local geology is a ‘delightful’ read
It was in 1972 that Bates McKee published his “Cascadia.” Not long after that, Bruce Wilson worked out of it in establishing the Okanogan County Historical Society Museum in Okanogan.
My libertarian side says it’s OK if someone wants to smoke marijuana in the sanctity of their own home, without bothering others.
More and more things done by machine today
We have considered erosion and its pervasive influence a long time. But there are short-time influences, too.
You might know him as a former Twisp City Councilman. You might also know him as a former Okanogan County deputy prosecuting attorney.