Second judge rules in favor of a city banning the sale of retail marijuana within its jurisdiction despite I-502 approval
Last week, the state Department of Fish and Wildlife hosted a local meeting on its “tourism” effort. Interestingly, the effort looked more like an effort to sell a political agenda than it did a concerted tourism plan.
State Department of Fish and Wildlife officials say farmer "pursued" wolf south of Pullman
Vote for your favorite businesses and amenities in Okanogan and Ferry counties
U.S. Forest Service officials allow residents to cut firewood in Duncan Fire break areas.
Brewster wins by forfeit; other area football teams win some, lose some
Former Lake Chelan Mirror and Quad City Herald Editor Vince Lovato was arrested last week while on the job in Montana at the scene of a head-on crash
During the last two months, the state Department of Fish and Wildlife has been flying a fishing proposal for the Columbia River under the radar. That proposal would reverse the way fisheries are managed on the Columbia River, its tributaries and their beaver ponds.
Here are some of the high school results for Sept. 26 football games:
Wildfire burning south of Cashmere has been lined and limited to 44 acres
Republic Tigers win in three sets during Tuesday volleyball match
Just when you thought the intense discussion over the re-introduction of wolves in Washington state was quieting down, livestock deaths in Stevens County has added fuel to the fire. And the Stevens County Commission has stepped to the forefront of the debate.
Tonasket business group to discuss membership, officer nominations and goals for next year
Docks are also being upgraded at Lincoln Rock State Park near East Wenatchee
Lightning starts new fire near Cashmere
Cougar attacks have been reported between U.S. Highway 97 and Lake Osoyoos
The newspaper will receive awards in the categories of advertising, news, photography and special sections.
Fifteen tremors have been recorded in Washington state by the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network in the last two days.
It’s that time again when you have an opportunity to make sure the “top brass” at the state Department of Fish and Wildlife hear you. The annual Brewster Roundtable is coming up Oct. 1. It’ll run from 6-8:30 p.m. in the Columbia Cove recreation building, 508 W. Cliff Ave., Brewster.
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.
Orchard workers will be in court at 1:30 p.m. today to face second-degree murder charges
Fire crews working to contain Tumwater Fire west of Leavenworth
Approximately 100 firefighters and three helicopters are battling the blaze west of Leavenworth
Body found Sunday at Columbia River boat launch south of Pateros
Hundreds turn out for opening ceremony for new Lake Roosevelt K-12 school complex in Coulee Dam
Many middle and high school students today consider it a rite of passage to have a Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram, Skype, MySpace, Twitter or other social media account. My own daughter believes all the “cool” kids have one.
Hairline crack in Sanpoil ferry allow water to seep into hull
Utility district commissioners meet at 2:30 p.m. today
Helitack, fire crew respond initially to small blaze in Mica Creek area
Vernon Mason Saulque was sentenced in U.S. District Court on four counts of assault with a dangerous weapon
How do you measure schools? Which ones produce students who excel? Which ones aren’t making the grade?
The fire camp on Entiat Fish Hatchery Road is expected to close Saturday
Rock blasting and pavement repairs to slow traffic in Snoqualmie Pass next week
State, federal agencies allow small campfires in some campgrounds with developed fire rings
Potential flooding prompts officials to close campground until 2015
North Cascades National Park officials say the work will be rescheduled for 2015
National Park Service announces winter closures at North Cascades
State crews assist with Sand Ridge Fire
There’s nothing like an injury to remind you of one of the first things you learn in kindergarten — follow directions.
Thornton1 team wins clan competition with 83 points; Draggoo second with 171 points
Nine-year-old Joseph Richards of Omak is the fastest junior boy in the obstacle course race
Maria Duncan of Omak is the fastest girl on the obstacle course
In the days since the height of the wildfires, we’ve had a few requests from readers to publish thank yous to friends, neighbors, volunteers, firefighters, etc.
Storm cell brings lighting and winds; new fire starts reported from Carlton to Winthrop
Fire danger and the threat to public safety prompt immediate closure of the Methow Ranger District to all travel and recreation
National Weather Service issues red flag warning for Okanogan, Methow valleys and surrounding areas
The National Weather Service has issued a red flag warning for Okanogan and Methow valleys, effective until 11 tonight.
Meteorologists say lightning and wind could lead to new wildfires in the Grand Coulee and Mansfield areas, as well as the Waterville Plateau
Methow Valley has the highest potential for flash flooding and debris flows, National Weather Service says
Chelan County registered nurse suspended after being charged with first-degree child rape in Douglas County