Nature Conservance of Canada purchases 1,836 acres for $4.4 million for wildlife corridor
Sports Editor Camp shows he knows NCAA basketball
The Chronicle's bracket contest has a three way tie after the first couple rounds of the NCAA basketball tournament.
George Dunckel, Larry Widman, Jason VanderWeide, Bill Carson and Greg Richards finished first in the Valley Lanes team challenge last week.
Colville tribe's Omak District plans meeting tonight
Douglas County Sheriff's Office have opened an arson case in the burning of a pickup truck and utility trailer
Drivers should plan ahead to minimize delays as widening of Interstate 90 gets under way in Snoqualmie Pass next month
Enter our Basketball Frenzy contest for a chance to win $50
Washington State Parks offers free access to lands tomorrow
Scholarship available from Oroville Chamber of Commerce
Gov. Jay Inslee signs bills requiring departments of Ecology, and Fish and Wildlife to post information and work to website for public review
Prescribed burns planned for 1,185 acres in national forest near Chelan
Several prescribed burns planned in effort to reduce wildfire potential
Pilot makes safe 'deadstick' landing after engine failure
Federal Bureau of Reclamation testing for leaks in Grand Coulee Dam powerhouse today
Mine work affects trail access for Glacier Peak Wilderness near Chelan
The Methow Valley Sport Trails Association will host a free cross-country ski day Friday
State closes access to Columbia River from Wanapum Dam upstream to about Crescent Bar
The South Okanagan Chamber of Commerce is seeking proposals to operate a shuttle service from the resort town of Osoyoos to airports in Penticton and Kelowna.
Central Washington B League announces athletic awards for South 1B Division
DeTro, Gelvin and Dunckel finish first in Swiss Trio bowling tournament
City Public Works Director Todd McDaniel recommends motorists find alternate routes through or around downtown area during sewer reconstruction near Main and Central streets.
Steelhead fishing closes on two sections of the Okanogan River one hour before official sunrise Friday.
State insurance commissioner rejects President Obama move to allow previously canceled plans to be reinstated in Washington
Human remains found Tuesday are being turned over to the state Department of Archeology and Historic Preservation
The River Academy student serves as page for Rep. Condotta
Police shoot Bonnie Ulrick in hand after motel stand-off
Dr. Kathy Lofy takes over state health officer post
Cash Luther Fry, a Level 3 sex offender, moves into 3000 block of state Highway 155
China News Servcie refers to former Washington state governor as 'yellow-skinned, white-hearted banana man,' South China Morning Post newspaper reports
Kyle Louie will be sentenced in May for the stabbing death of his younger brother
Snow expected to turn to rain today, leading to possible lowland flooding
Antonio Zamudio arrested on multiple charges after leading deputy on chase in East Wenatchee
A rimfire target match is planned for Saturday at Omak Fish and Game Club
Correction: Correct bank listed for helping couple who lost home to fire
Ruth Moody to perform Saturday in Tonasket at Community Cultural Center
Darlene Marie Ferguson, long-time Omak resident, passed away Feb. 25, 2014 in Brewster, Wash. She was born July 10, 1921. Services will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, March 1 at Community Presbyterian Church, 9 S. Birch St., Omak
Home burns while fire departments decline assistance at remote locations
City police officer Rex Newport of Colville pleads guilty after allegedly making sexual advances and handcuffing them while on duty
12th District Reps. Cary Condotta and Brad Hawkins meeting girls who are promoting this year's Apple Blossom Festival in Wenatchee
Local driver avoids injury when his logging truck load spills along U.S. Highway 97
Sheriff's Office identifies shooter and victim in Thursday confrontation south of Malott
Nannies roll into regional girls basketball tournament
Robert DeCosta taken to Three Rivers Hospital following crash south of Bridgeport
Birding event takes place March 28-30 in Othello
Jimmy Carrol Lawson went to meet his Lord and Savior on Friday, Feb. 14, 2014. Jimmy passed away of a heart attack at the age of 74. He was born March 6, 1939 at home in Joy, Ark. to Edgar and Pearl Lawson.
Omak bowlers place third in state tournament
Molson Ice Fishing Festival will go on without dog sled demonstration
State Parks Commission unveils new interactive website
Feb. 5, 2014 - Letters to the Editor
Peace Place LLC to occupy downtown Omak location
The former Ulrich Pharmacy building has been sold, and a coffee shop and Christian book store are slated to move in.