The new 12 Tribes Resort Casino, which opened last week, is a showpiece for the tribe and holds the potential to be a big money maker for the tribe and provide an economic boost to the Omak-Okanogan area.
Whether you’re white, black, American Indian, Hispanic, Asian or other race, you should be proud of who you are. You should build on your strengths and learn from your weaknesses.
Legislature should’ve negotiated a budget by now
The bottom line is this — taxpayers are tired of the budget deadlock in Olympia. Taxpayers don’t want new taxes. They don’t want new government programs. They just want lawmakers to wrap it up and go home.
Okanogan County’s new emergency notification system is up and running, and already proving useful in notifying people about weather-related emergencies.
The Omak City Council made a smart decision — really the only logical move — in dropping its fight against Montana Dutton’s proposed Sage Shop marijuana store.
Memorial Day isn’t about barbecues and boating. It’s about sacrifice and freedom.
Don’t take the upcoming weekend for granted. Many of your friends, family members and neighbors have sacrificed a lot for you to celebrate the “opening” of the summer season.
Okanogan County commissioners are correctly following the established process on the request to vacate Three Devils Road, even in the delay in a decision isn't popular
Just take time Sunday to let Mom know how special she is.
Capt. Kirk wants to beam our water through pipe to California
If Californians want to fill their lakes, let them build their own dams and reservoirs. And while they’re at it, let them add the power generation systems necessary to support their state’s needs at their own expense.
The additional tax a small price to pay to keep the county’s most viable hospital safe and sound.
Lawmakers should consider regional or tiered gas tax increases, where city motorists pay more
The governor should’ve paid more attention to the significance of the Good Friday holiday. Had he done so, Olympia’s flag flap could’ve been avoided.
The bottom line, like it or not, is that Conconully needs every business it still has, regardless of who the proprietor is. That includes Conconully Lake Resort.
Okanogan County officials now have to decide whether or not to give the road to Gamble or keep it public. We support the route remaining public.
House Bill 2093 is a good start in addressing wildfire concerns in Washington state