TONASKET – The Tonasket High School softball team has been awarded the Mariners Care equipment donation grant.
BREWSTER – Longtime Okanogan Valley Bass Club members Rick Lind and Ken Chaplin took first place in the club’s June 20 tournament.
OLYMPIA – The state has posted its new 2020-2021 Washington Sport Fishing Rules pamphlet online.
OLYMPIA – The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission is adding two free admission days this year to place two lost in April because …
BRIDGEPORT – Second semester honor roll students’ names have been released by Bridgeport High School.
Delicate wildflowers, rugged hillsides and moody, cloud-filled skies signal the end of spring and beginning of summer in the region.
OMAK - Kettle Falls senior Zarah Johnson claimed the 2020 Washington State Nashville Country Star title.
- One dead, two injured in collision
- Kettle Falls girl claims Star title
- DIY fireworks offered in Omak
- Penney’s Omak store will close
- Police decline to enforce face mask order
- Pamela Jean Goodyear-Bradley
- Okanogan County Fair likely won’t happen this year
- COVID-19 cases still on the rise
- Third sentencing ordered for Cate
- Loup lodge replacement OK’d
The prospect of having this year’s Okanogan County Fair is yet to be decided by the Okanogan County Fair Advisory Committee and Okanogan County Commissioners. A special meeting is planned tonight, June 29, to consider having the fair as normal or canceling it in favor of a market sale-only event, or virtual fair because of COVID-19 concerns. What's your opinion?