Classes will resume Wednesday for Bridgeport High School students in the wake of a break-in and extensive vandalism over the weekend.
Patrick Lee Luntsford has multiple convictions, including rape, incest and drug violations
'Significant' damage reported; investigators are on-scene.
National Weather Service issues several warnings for North-Central Washington
Educational program begins at 5 p.m., with The Reptile Man hitting the stage at 6 p.m. in the Omak Performing Arts Center
Officials, ranchers to discuss wolves, livestock inspections and water during Okanogan County Cattlemen's Association annual meeting.
Plans for new building in same location
The Elks Lodge was damaged by fire Dec. 11, 2013.
Authorities have notified the next of kin of Arnulfo Sanchez, Clydene Comeslast and Nakota Sturgill
Temperatures drop to 10 degrees overnight in Winthrop, 14 degrees in Omak
High winds knock topple tree; nobody injured
Eagles Aerie opens doors to members and guests for Saturday evening dinner
Lake Roosevelt students have today off while officials address electrical issue in kitchen
Dave Rodriguez captures 72.73 percent of the vote to become Okanogan County's first elected coroner
Okanogan County voters say "no" to hospital, fire district ballot measures
Challenger says his victory is a 'win for the ratepayers'
Smoke erupts from breaker box in new Lake Roosevelt School in Coulee Dam
Michelle Brooks accused of taking nearly $13,000
Two Okanogan County students earn degrees
Omak High School announces homecoming royalty
Homecoming dance draws 195 students; funds raised for Kiwanis' Eliminate Project
Group to meet in Twisp from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. to discuss new policies
Chronicle to publish special tribute to veterans
Okanogan County residents receive kudos for effort during Wenatchee event
Department of Transportation crews finish repairs to cracked column on bridge spanning Methow River
Residents share stories of wildfire; blame state Department of Natural Resources
A 22-year-old man died Tuesday morning in the Okanogan County Jail.
Event set for this Thursday in Nespelem
"Animal cam" catches Steve Kiona's license plate at scene of Sagebrush Flats Road Northwest burglary.
Brewster attorney Alex Thomason seeks damages from state Department of Natural resources on behalf of 65 residents.
Judge finds Flagg Mountain structure violates binding deed covenants
State Highway 153 between Twisp and Carlton has reopened to traffic.
East Wenatchee man taken to Confluence Health for crash-related injuries
Officials urge travelers to have proper documentation available to expedite border crossing
Three people were injured Monday evening when a car left state Highway 173 about two miles south of town.
The Chronicle office, 618 Okoma Drive, will close at 3 p.m. Friday.
The U.S. Forest Service may do a prescribed burn at the west end of Wolf Creek Road in the Lucky 7/17 area near town.
The state Court of Appeals has upheld the conviction of a local man who tried to kill an Okanogan County deputy sheriff, ran over his wife with a tractor and threatened a sheriff’s dispatcher.
Elliott Brown met the requirements for the academic honors, university officials report
Law enforcement officers seek return of stolen property
Surveillance camera captures image of suspect in rural crime
Winners named for pumpkin, sunflower and other entries into the Okanogan County Fair
Fair board releases names of Home Economics award-winners from this year's Okanogan County Fair
Here are the results of horse racing events that took place Saturday and Sunday during the Okanogan County Fair.
Okanogan County Fair Advisory Board release names of winners with beef barn entries
Federal government previously denied damage assistance to
Okanogan County Fair Advisory Board announces winners of Kids Fun Day events, which took place Saturday
FFA competitors score points in Okanogan County Fair agriculture entries.
Dan Ewing receives quilt for his service in the Amery National Guard
$1,500 Mackdanz scholarship awarded to Omak student
Western Washington University finally releases names of local spring graduates