Kennedy death leaves many with a range of emotions
“Where were you when Kennedy was shot?” Everyone who’s in their mid-50s or older immediately knows the answer to that question.
Adam Shaun Jennings and his father, John Wayne Jennings, booked into Okanogan County Jail facing first-degree murder charge
Musical features full orchestra, cast of student actors
The musical “Little Women” will be staged Friday and Saturday and Nov. 22-23 in the Omak Performing Arts Center, 14 S. Cedar St. Curtain time is 7 p.m., with the lobby opening at 6:15 p.m. and the house at 6:30 p.m.
As I was working on stories last week about Veterans Day, I had occasion to research the background of a Civil War veteran who’s buried in the old Riverview Cemetery near Omak.
Store has been vacant for more than five years
Hangups in refurbishing refrigeration equipment have delayed reopening of the Food Depot grocery store, 310 S. Second Ave.
Police say there hasn’t been an increase in crime
Several area residents have been hit in recent weeks with credit and debit charges they didn’t make, and one victim says she’s now on a crusade to make people aware of card fraud.
An estimated 500 people sipped wine, nibbled on cheese and hors d’oeuvres and bid on a variety of donated items during the 15th annual Okanogan-Omak Rotary Club Wine and Cheese Tasting Event on Saturday.
Police are looking for a man who told a clerk at the Tribal Trails Noisy Waters gas station and convenience store Friday that a bomb was in the building and set to go off.
U.S. Armed Forces Legacy offers message, prayer, 21-gun salute
About three dozen people braved cold, breezy weather Monday for a rief parade and ceremony to mark Veterans Day.
Don Moore faces mental evaluation; Ronald Moore’s trial set for March
One of Okanogan County’s murder defendants is undergoing a mental evaluation at Eastern State Hospital and another remains under medical care at the Airway Heights Corrections Center. Trials for both men have been postponed.