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The front page of the Sept. 30 edition of The Omak-Okanogan County Chronicle.
Tom McCoy performs an original tune.
People of all ages gather in the Riverside park to take in a variety of ...
Mike Blakley keeps the beat with the Road Dawgs band.
Folks dance the afternoon away.
Edna Mae Hinger leads the crowd in a sing-along to "Goodnight Iren."
Even furry friends enjoy the afternoon of music.
Folks wait to be served a barbecue lunch.
Doni Phillips sings "I can see clearly now the some is gone."
Linda Woods keeps the beat with the Bad Habbits band.
Bobby Brewer performs a Waylon Jennings' cover.
Bud Gardner and the Vegetable band perform swinging tunes.
Tonasket players tackle Mitch Boesel of Brewster on Friday night.
Okanogan volleyball players, including No. 4 Jordyn Boesel, celebrate a point during a 3-1 win ...
The Nourishing Hand animal rescue has closed its doors following the removal of four horses ...
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Tonasket's No. 13, Rose Walts, chases after ball in match against Bridgeport on Sept. 22. ...
Republic football coach Chris Burch gets hits Tigers ready for football game.
Bluetongue virus, which presents and is transmitted in a similar fashion to EHD especially amongst ...
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