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Conner Short, 10, of the Omak Mantarays swim team does the butterfly stroke during the ...
The front page of the July 30, 2014, edition of The Omak-Okanogan County Chronicle.
Several roads that were previously closed because of the Carlton Complex fires have been reopened.
Carlton Complex fires prompt closures of many road throughout Okanogan County.
Okanogan County Public Utility District crews install a new power pole near Pateros.
Colville No. 1 takes a break for lunch at the “Sandcut” south of Malott on ...
Lookup The front page of the July 23, 2014, edition of The Omak-Okanogan County Chronicle.
Tricia Burton of Rockford, takes home 3rd place in the modified diesel category at the ...
Gov. Jay Inslee, in blue shirt on right, meets with state and county officials.
A wall of flames approaches one of Gebbers Farms' orchards near Pateros on Friday.
Rachel Crooks, left, and Heather Carrington look for salvageable items in the rubble of their ...
Salmon River hot shot firefighters from Klamath National Forest, Ore., work the fire line along ...
An Okanogan County Sheriff's Office deputy monitors the Carlton Complex fire as winds push it ...
Fire rages near Malott
One of the hundreds of power poles damaged by fire.
Donations of cereal and non-perishable items start pouring into The Chronicle office.
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