Eli Klemmeck, an emerging illustrator in the Methow Valley, has been awarded Confluence Gallery’s winter/spring artist-in-residence spot.
Artists over the age of 18 residing in Grant, Chelan, Douglas and Okanogan counties may apply to a Leavenworth Spring Bird Fest exhibition.
As a fledgling Americana singer, Brittany Jean feared moving from the Midwest to Brewster in 2013 might be a career stopper.
At its first meeting of the new year, the Brewster Chamber of Commerce resolved to advocate for the city’s business and commercial interests, rather than solely plan events.
A non-denominational Christian church “for people who don’t like church” aims to open its doors between February and April in Brewster as the second campus of RealLife Lake Chelan.
It was a little over a week ago that Bridgeport High School boys’ basketball coach Pat McFadden bustled through a burning home to save his fiancé’s 8-year-old son, Tommy. Both remained in Harborview Medical Center for treatment of burns Tuesday – McFadden in serious condition and Tommy, satisfactory.
Patrol responds to dozens of collisions; schools affected
Thursday's snow storm – albeit short-lived – impacted car insurance premiums, power lines and school start and end times across the region.
Pathognomy, the study of passion and emotions, inspires oil painter Robin Nelson Wicks.
Icy mountain passes and school closures have befallen the region, along with expected accumulations ranging from four inches to several feet of snow today.
An arborist gave the pair one year to live.
A Bridgeport man who allegedly threatened violence last year at Bridgeport High School pleaded not guilty in Okanogan County Superior Court Jan. 2.
The City of Pateros’ $7.9 million water project will flow through government channels without delay, Mayor Carlene Anders told the Chamber of Commerce Jan. 4.
Two days before Christmas, a fire took their mobile home, belongings and three-legged Basset Hound “Lucky.”
World-champion equestrian Melissa Sexton wants to buck the notion that horsemanship poses too great a cost for youth.
Mary and Joseph stopped at a taco truck in Brewster Saturday night.
The fast foodstuff and longtime employees remain unchanged. But next door to the convenience store at Omak’s Conoco gas station, 414 Hanford St., a new owner bustles in his office, monitoring eight new security cameras and hatching other store improvements.