Dee Camp

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Robbery suspect scheduled to enter plea

An Omak man is scheduled to enter a plea Nov. 14 in the robbery of the Pumphouse Espresso stand on Riverside Drive in Omak.

Hearing planned on Pateros budget matters

A public hearing is planned Nov. 20 on 2018 city budget matters.

Wicks named to artist in residence spot

Robin Nelson Wicks has been named the fall artist in residence at Confluence Gallery and Art Center, 104 N. Glover St.

CORRECTION: Orchestra-chorus concert is Saturday, Oct. 21

A story in the Oct. 18 print edition of The Chronicle says the first Okanogan Valley Orchestra and Chorus concert will be this Sunday. That is not correct.

Driver injured in Mazama crash

A Marysville driver was injured Oct. 19 when his pickup truck went off Highway 20 a half-mile west of town.

Norh Cascades Bank parent company announces financial results

KALISPELL, Mont - Glacier Bancorp Inc. has announced financial results for the quarter the ended Sept. 30.

Crop insurance deadlines announced

A new sales closing date has been announced for late fiscal filers for the whole-farm revenue protection policy.

Okanogan council OKs property tax increase

Property taxes will rise by 1 percent in the city during 2018.

Ag producers can get financial help

Agricultural producers of all sizes can take advantage of financial assistance program offered through the U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service.

Police warn of IRS scam involving Omak phone number

People should be on alert for a new scam wanting people to believe the caller is from the IRS.

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