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Sept. 26 football scores

Here are some of the high school results for Sept. 26 football games:

Yaksum fire contained, officials say

Wildfire burning south of Cashmere has been lined and limited to 44 acres

Curlew girls fall to Republic

Republic Tigers win in three sets during Tuesday volleyball match

Tonasket chamber to meet

Tonasket business group to discuss membership, officer nominations and goals for next year

Daroga boat docks to be improved

Docks are also being upgraded at Lincoln Rock State Park near East Wenatchee

New fire starts in Yaksum Canyon

Lightning starts new fire near Cashmere

State hunting cougar near Oroville

Cougar attacks have been reported between U.S. Highway 97 and Lake Osoyoos

Chronicle to receive multiple awards

The newspaper will receive awards in the categories of advertising, news, photography and special sections.

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Magnitude 4.0 quake shakes Hood Canal area

Fifteen tremors have been recorded in Washington state by the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network in the last two days.

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Murder suspects held on $750,000 bail

Jose D. Jimenez-Hernandez, 42, Oscar Perez-Torres, 37, and Ramon Arrellano-Lopez, 45, all of Pateros; and Jaime M. Salazar-Gomez, 38, of Orondo, are facing second-degree murder and removal or concealment of a body charges in beating death of coworker.

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Four arrested in Pateros slaying

Orchard workers will be in court at 1:30 p.m. today to face second-degree murder charges

Burnout set for 2 p.m. today

Fire crews working to contain Tumwater Fire west of Leavenworth

Tumwater fire 40 percent contained

Approximately 100 firefighters and three helicopters are battling the blaze west of Leavenworth

Four arrested in homicide

Body found Sunday at Columbia River boat launch south of Pateros

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New Lake Roosevelt school complex unveiled

Hundreds turn out for opening ceremony for new Lake Roosevelt K-12 school complex in Coulee Dam

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Keller ferry out of service for repairs

Hairline crack in Sanpoil ferry allow water to seep into hull

Utility board to discuss fire declaration

Utility district commissioners meet at 2:30 p.m. today

Wildfire reported northeast of Osoyoos

Helitack, fire crew respond initially to small blaze in Mica Creek area

Nespelem man sentenced to seven years in AR-15 assault case

Vernon Mason Saulque was sentenced in U.S. District Court on four counts of assault with a dangerous weapon

Duncan Fire burn out called a success

The fire camp on Entiat Fish Hatchery Road is expected to close Saturday

I-90 motorists should expect delays

Rock blasting and pavement repairs to slow traffic in Snoqualmie Pass next week

Campfire restrictions eased

State, federal agencies allow small campfires in some campgrounds with developed fire rings

Tumwater Campground closed for the season

Potential flooding prompts officials to close campground until 2015

Cascades River Road repairs delayed

North Cascades National Park officials say the work will be rescheduled for 2015

Some North Cascades camp sites closing for winter

National Park Service announces winter closures at North Cascades

State resources mobilized for Bickleton-area fire

State crews assist with Sand Ridge Fire

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Warrior Stampede cumulative clan scores reported

Thornton1 team wins clan competition with 83 points; Draggoo second with 171 points

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Junior boys Warrior Stampede results posted

Nine-year-old Joseph Richards of Omak is the fastest junior boy in the obstacle course race

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Junior girls Warrior Stampede results posted

Maria Duncan of Omak is the fastest girl on the obstacle course

New fires sparked in Methow Valley

Storm cell brings lighting and winds; new fire starts reported from Carlton to Winthrop

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Forest officials close woods to recreation

Fire danger and the threat to public safety prompt immediate closure of the Methow Ranger District to all travel and recreation

'Abundant' lightning expected today

National Weather Service issues red flag warning for Okanogan, Methow valleys and surrounding areas

Red flag warning issued in Okanogan, Methow

The National Weather Service has issued a red flag warning for Okanogan and Methow valleys, effective until 11 tonight.

Fire weather watch issued for Coulee area

Meteorologists say lightning and wind could lead to new wildfires in the Grand Coulee and Mansfield areas, as well as the Waterville Plateau

Flash flood watch issued for area

Methow Valley has the highest potential for flash flooding and debris flows, National Weather Service says

Registered nurse suspended after being charged with child rape

Chelan County registered nurse suspended after being charged with first-degree child rape in Douglas County

County evacuation notices are Level 2 or less

Alta Lake, Cook Mountain, Libby Creek, North Cook Mountain and Pleasant Valley are all at Level 2

Winds prompt cancellation of burn out

Officials may try another burn out when conditions are more favorable for containment

Burn out planned for Loup Loup area today

Fire crews to use chemical 'ping pong balls to start low intensity burn out northwest of Loup Loup Ski Bowl.

Omak man killed while crossing I-90

Dennis M. Stensgar was pronounced dead after he was struck by a Dodge Ram pick-up driven by William G. Van Gordon of Port Angeles

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Power still out for 1,423 customers

Okanogan County Public Utility District restored power to 2,179 homes and businesses Friday

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Pateros, Twisp may have power restored by weekend

Approximately 7,000 homes and businesses are without power in Okanogan County today

Thunderstorms, flash flooding could occur today

The National Weather Service has issued a hazardous weather out

Community meeting set for Malott

Fire management team to meet with community residents on related issues at 7 p.m. today

Fairgrounds housing rescued animals

Volunteers on hand to feed and help care for livestock, pets

Red Cross announces hot meal locations

Food will be served in Pateros, Brewster, Twisp and Winthrop.

Meal deliveries scaled back

Red Cross, Southern Baptists announce changes in plan to provide meals to wildfire victims

Road closures announced

Roads closed in fire activity areas.

Community meetings planned for wildfire victims

Sessions planned for 7 p.m. tonight in Omak and Brewster; 6 p.m. tomorrow in Pateros

DSHS plans mobile office for low-income wildfire victims

Mobile Community Service Office is expected to be deployed in fire-damaged areas starting Tuesday

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