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Bains, Coffell named Omak homecoming king and queen

Omak High School announces homecoming royalty

Seniors victorious at Omak homecoming; dance benefits tetanus project

Homecoming dance draws 195 students; funds raised for Kiwanis' Eliminate Project

Fair board plans Saturday retreat

Group to meet in Twisp from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. to discuss new policies

Wanted: Veterans photos

Chronicle to publish special tribute to veterans

State Highway 153 reopens

Department of Transportation crews finish repairs to cracked column on bridge spanning Methow River

Carlton Complex residents tell their fire stories

Residents share stories of wildfire; blame state Department of Natural Resources

Inmate dies in Okanogan County Jail; autopsy ordered

A 22-year-old man died Tuesday morning in the Okanogan County Jail.

Pancake dinner planned in Nespelem

Event set for this Thursday in Nespelem

Man arrested in Electric City burglary

"Animal cam" catches Steve Kiona's license plate at scene of Sagebrush Flats Road Northwest burglary.

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Fire damages claim filed against state

Brewster attorney Alex Thomason seeks damages from state Department of Natural resources on behalf of 65 residents.

Cabin must be moved

Judge finds Flagg Mountain structure violates binding deed covenants

Highway reopens south of Twisp

State Highway 153 between Twisp and Carlton has reopened to traffic.

Mansfield woman escapes injury as trucks collide

East Wenatchee man taken to Confluence Health for crash-related injuries

Border officials: Plan ahead for Canadian Thanksgiving

Officials urge travelers to have proper documentation available to expedite border crossing

Three injured in Brewster crash

Three people were injured Monday evening when a car left state Highway 173 about two miles south of town.

Chronicle to close early on Friday

The Chronicle office, 618 Okoma Drive, will close at 3 p.m. Friday.

Forest Service plans under burn this week

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.

Court upholds conviction in Havillah man's case

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.

Student makes UW Dean's list

Elliott Brown met the requirements for the academic honors, university officials report

Two teens arrested in George burglary

Law enforcement officers seek return of stolen property

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Man sought in Almira-area burglary

Surveillance camera captures image of suspect in rural crime

Horticulture awards announced

Winners named for pumpkin, sunflower and other entries into the Okanogan County Fair

Home Economics award-winners named

Fair board releases names of Home Economics award-winners from this year's Okanogan County Fair

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Horse racing results announced

Here are the results of horse racing events that took place Saturday and Sunday during the Okanogan County Fair.

Beef barn award-winners announced

Okanogan County Fair Advisory Board release names of winners with beef barn entries

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Inslee appeals federal disaster denial

Federal government previously denied damage assistance to

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Youth win fair competitions

Okanogan County Fair Advisory Board announces winners of Kids Fun Day events, which took place Saturday

Individual FFA winners announced

FFA competitors score points in Okanogan County Fair agriculture entries.

Quilt guild honors veteran

Dan Ewing receives quilt for his service in the Amery National Guard

Pecha wins scholarship

$1,500 Mackdanz scholarship awarded to Omak student

Western announces spring graduates

Western Washington University finally releases names of local spring graduates

Western names spring quarter honor roll

University finally announces spring quarter honor roll

State Highway 153 remains closed because of slides

Mudslides prompted week-long closure of main highway through the Methow Valley

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Gov. Inslee declares state of emergency in Okanogan

County declaration follows flash floods, mudslides and debris flows that destroyed homes and blocked highways

Waterville fair features music, livestock and more

More than 100 years of fair memories will be celebrated this weekend during the North Central Washington Fair.

Small fires spark in Tonasket

Recent lighting storms are to blame for several small fires in the area.

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Highways remain closed following mudslides

Two state highways remain closed after a thunderstorm dumped rain on the Carlton Complex burn area and triggered flooding and mudslides.

Mudslides close three highways; some structures damaged

Mudslides sweep away structures, blocks state Highway 153

Three arrested on drug charges in Omak

Allegations of meth, heroin dealing lead to arrests

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Man suspected of dealing drugs out of park

Okanogan man arrested by deputies for allegedly selling drugs out of a tent

Governor plans to visit Okanogan County

Gov. Jay Inslee plans to visit Twisp, Winthrop and Pateros tomorrow.

Sinlahekin to discuss reptiles, geology

The Sinlahekin Wildlife Area will host its fourth summer educational program, Aug. 23-24.

Electricity restored to Malott, Methow Valley

Electricity was restored yesterday afternoon to Malott and the Methow Valley, about four hours after a problem developed along the Loup Loup transmission line west of town.

Electricity down from Malott to the Methow

The area from just south of Okanogan to Malott and across the mountains to the Methow Valley is without electricity this afternoon.

Rain dampens fire slightly; storm spawns three new fires

Rain that fell Tuesday night over the Devil’s Elbow Fire raised humidity, but didn’t do much toward putting out the 20,287-acre blaze on the Colville Indian Reservation.

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Two arrested on suspicion of arson for back fires

Two Twisp men have been arrested on suspicion of first-degree arson for allegedly starting a back fire on Benson Creek Road within the Carlton Complex fire area.

Inslee plans appeal of federal disaster assistance denial

Gov. Jay Inslee is appealing a presidential decision to deny assistance to individuals impacted by the Carlton Complex fire.

Outdoor burning banned on state-protected lands

The state Department of Natural Resources is expanding the current statewide burn ban to cover all outdoor burning on department-protected lands.

Fire information meeting planned in Keller

A community meeting is planned at 7 tonight, Monday, at the Keller Community Center, 11669 state Highway 21, about the Devil’s Elbow Fire on the Colville Indian Reservation.

Community meeting set in Twisp; firefighters tackle new fire

A community meeting is planned for 7 p.m. Friday at the Methow Valley Community Center, 201 Methow Valley Highway, to update people on the Carlton Complex, Little Bridge Creek and Upper Falls fires.

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