Okanogan County officials close North Pine Creek Road as wildlife sweeps through area, toppling trees
A vehicle stolen 12 years ago in Wenatchee was pulled from the Columbia River Monday afternoon downstream from Rock Island Dam
Pateros Nannies knock off Wilbur-Creston in state 1B girls tournament opener
Wilbur-Creston Wildcats lead Pateros Nannies by 3 points at halftime in Spokane
Human remains found Tuesday are being turned over to the state Department of Archeology and Historic Preservation
Previously arrested for burglarizing the Eagles Aerie, Kyle Snyder is back in jail after wearing a court-ordered tracking device while he burglarized the club again.
Nicholas C. Flatt arrested after leading law enforcement officers on high-speed chase through Douglas County
Republic girls start strong, but Pateros Nannies take 22-21 lead at the half
Okanogan boys earn state berth with commanding win over Vashon Island
Bulldogs command first half action in the regional 1A boys basketball playoff against Vashon Island
Washington State Patrol says the crash was caused when the driver fell asleep at the wheel
Wrestling action to resume in 1B/2B competitions at state tournament with Liberty Bell at the top
Okanogan County wrestlers still alive in medal and title hunts at state tournament in Tacoma.
More than 60 people turn out to Hometown Pizza to rally for the Seahawks as they prepare for Super Bowl XLVIII
Resident foils crime using a baseball bat
Finding two people in his home, a local resident introduced the would-be burglars to the business end of a baseball bat Saturday afternoon.
Every year, I look forward to watching the Super Bowl.
Republicans select Congresswoman to discuss national issues Tuesday
Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers of Spokane has been selected to provide the Republican rebuttal to President Obama’s State of the Union speech Tuesday night.
Brother and sister to represent U.S. in Sochi, Russia, in the 2014 Winter Olympic Games
As you can tell by the front page today, The Chronicle has joined the bandwagon following the Seattle Seahawks to the SuperBowl. I’m sure many of you have, too.
One Waterville man dead, a second hospitalized after T-bone crash near rural Mansfield
Department of Fish and Wildlife wants to control more land in Tunk Valley, the Kettle River are and Grand Coulee
As a resident of Tunk Valley, I believe I have very good neighbors.
City hits high of 61 today; Winthrop reaches 53
Next winter storm to bring wind, rain to North-Central Washington this weekend
Ferry County and Methow Valley should prepare for heavy snowfall
Quake occurred about nine miles south of Republic, east of state Highway 21
Businesses apply for ability to sell marijuana to adults
A local man says property he owns in Okanogan County is being fraudulently used in a marijuana retail license application.
In the five years I’ve lived in Okanogan County, my power bill has continued to climb. My rate increases, which amount to more than 45 percent since 2009, are due in part to the Okanogan County Public Utility District’s inability to rein in spending.
Okanogan County residents, visitors turn out for inaugural Masquerade Ball
Liquor Control Board receives applications from local retailers wanting to sell recreational marijuana to adults
Merry Christmas. There, I said it. I didn’t wish you happy holidays or a joyful Kwanzaa. I wished you a Merry Christmas. After all, the holiday predominately celebrated in North America and Europe this time of year is just that, Christmas.
The National Weather Service is predicting a chance of snow Friday, just in time for Christmas. But warmer temperatures may melt any accumulation before the holiday.
Last week, I had the opportunity to help Santa Claus navigate the streets of Omak and Okanogan as he brought Christmas cheer to area children and collected donations for area food banks.
It’s that time of year again, when we shop for presents, load up the refrigerator and put up Christmas trees. We go to church, proclaim our good will toward each other and wish everybody we meet a Merry Christmas.
National Weather Service issues hazardous weather outlook for North-Central Washington
New state figures show increase in Medicaid registrations
Valentin Gonzalez sentenced in connection with sexually abusing children on Spokane Indian Reservation
More than 75 people turned out Friday night to drink hot cocoa, sing Christmas carols and mark the beginning of the Christmas season during the town’s second Christmas Tree Lighting celebration.
My how time flies, at least within the state Department of Fish and Wildlife. In the last few weeks, we’ve reported on the Haeberle family’s dismay at the agency’s attempt to use their ranch to boost Fish and Wildlife’s land acquisition efforts.
Tonasket driver, two others hospitalized in Chelan following crash
More than a year ago, I stood in a long line to see “The Hunger Games” on opening night. This past weekend, I was surprised to be one of very few people arriving early to see “Catching Fire,” the next installment of the series written by Suzanne Collins.
Bail set for Pontiac Ridge father and son who allegedly shot and killed a grouse hunter in September near Chesaw
Authorities investigating cause of blaze that damaged the Omak Elks Lodge early Wednesday morning.
Fillies go 0-for-2 in Yakima matches
The Bridgeport volleyball team lost its first two games in the state 2B volleyball tournament Friday and was eliminated early.
Girls wrap up state 1B volleyball play by spiking ACH
The Pateros Nannies rolled to a 3-0 victory over the Almira/Coulee-Hartline Warriors late Saturday afternoon in the SunDome to bring home the state 1B volleyball tournament’s fifth-place trophy.
Are you one of those people who takes selfies and posts them to your Web page or Facebook? Do you use your cellphone to photograph your children and upload images for friends, family and others to see?
Body of Gordon Beadell found inside upside down car in water by highway
Orchardist finds container of explosives more than 30 years old while clearing brush
Bridgeport exits tournament after two matches
Three strikes and your out, even in volleyball. The Bridgeport volleyball team learned the count at the state 2B tournament Friday at the SunDome, dropping two matches by identical 3-0 scores.
Nannies start slow, then roll to victory
The Pateros Nannies shrugged off a slow start at state to sweep the Quilcene Rangers, 3-0, in the first round of the state 1B volleyball tournament Friday in the SunDome. “It took the girls a while to get into gear,” said Pateros coach Gene Dowers, whose team won 26-24, 25-11 and 25-13. “Then, our seniors took over.”