Area entrepreneurs already showing interest in land
The city may turn an unused landfill into a commercial and recreational area on Starr Road, about two miles south of town, and it has already generated some interest from business owners.
Valedictorian says Class of 2014 can take on the world
Ehren Kruger may be a successful screenwriter and producer of several Hollywood blockbusters, but as he told Pateros High School’s graduating class Saturday, it was a long road to get there.
Marijuana retail ban challenged by Wenatchee store
One hopeful marijuana retailer has pre-emptively sued the city of Wenatchee over its business license laws, but Omak plans to remain steadfast in defending a similar ordinance should anyone take legal action.
Recall election still to be certified; five votes remain
With only a handful of ballots left to count that won’t be enough to tip the scales, Mayor Marilynn Lynn will be recalled from office next week.
Elizabeth Kinkade pleads not guilty to allegations of sexual contact with Tonasket student
Former Tonasket High School librarian Elizabeth Kinkade has pleaded not guilty to five counts of first-degree sexual misconduct with a minor.
Jessie stays in vehicle until swiftwater rescue team reaches her in raft; mixed breed canine awaits next adventure
A local man is calling his dog’s rescue from the Chewuch River on Saturday a miracle.
Land Trust not happy with losing conservation funds
When the state recently pulled $3.1 million from a planned conservation project, the Okanogan Land Trust said it was disappointed.
Food, music, parade and more offered in town
The annual Bridgeport Daze celebration this weekend is being extended to two days, Saturday and Sunday, with some new events, a bigger car show and more musical performances.
In the preliminary vote count, 111 voters have cast ballots to remove Bridgeport Mayor Marilynn Lynn from office; 91 oppose the recall
A former Tonasket librarian and her husband were both arraigned yesterday in Okanogan County Superior and District courts.