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Caribou Trail League’s Cascade and Chelan ranked in 1A
Team Cox and Team Tonasket take top prizes
Game pits unbeaten teams in preview of league game later this month
A pair of Liberty Bell seventh-grade girls finished 1-2 at the Can-Am Invitational hosted by Colville High School on Saturday.
Five North-Central Washington girls volleyball teams earn state rankings in coaches poll released Oct. 7
Coho salmon fishing opened Oct. 4 on the Columbia River from Priest Rapids Dam to Chief Joseph Dam, including the Wenatchee, Icicle and Methow Rivers.
The state Department of Fish and Wildlife opened fishing Oct. 4 for Chinook Salmon on the Columbia River from Priest Rapids Dam to Chief Joseph Dam.
Brewster wins by forfeit; other area football teams win some, lose some
Cashmere knocked off Okanogan, 4-2, in a non-league soccer match Saturday.
Brian Condon fired a two-under 69 to claim top gross honors in the men’s closing day tournament Sunday at Okanogan Valley Golf Club.
Tonasket runners competed well at the 20-team Can-Am Invitational hosted by Colville High School on Saturday.
The Boots and Saddle Barrel Racing Club wrapped up its season with a doubleheader of barrel and pole bending races Sunday at the Stampede Arena.
A record number of races competed in the eighth-mile drag races Sunday at the fifth annual “Rumble in the Valley” challenge at Richter Pass Motorplex in Osoyoos, B.C.
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Latest blog posts
- Brewster football coach Jake Johanson, talking about Okanogan wanting to avenge its only league loss this year. The teams play again Oct. 31
- Wayne Carpenter, talking about a horseshoe cross atop Dead Horse Cliff
- Gebbers family statement on the death of patriarch Dan Gebbers
- Dave Schulz, speaking on DNR's failed wildfire suppression efforts this summer
- Ralph Malone, speaking on Halloween
- Anton Jones report for Oct. 21