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REPUBLIC - The first Get Out Fest is planned for June 27-30 at the Ferry County Fairgrounds and surrounding area.

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OMAK – The Omak High School FFA group brought home the first place in state in the national chapter competition.

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GRAND COULEE – A new, all-access virtual reality learning experience is being launched this weekend at Grand Coulee Dam.

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OMAK – Marjorie Thompson, an Omak School Board member and former teacher with the district, and Debby Green, a Tonasket School District volunteer, have been named Friends of Children.

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OKANOGAN – Boy Scouts is going co-ed, and the Okanogan Valley District is taking the lead in starting a troop for girls in the mid-valley area.

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CAYUSE MOUNTAIN — The Spring Barter Faire, commonly known as Okanogan Family Faire — at the top of Cayuse Mountain Road, north of Highway 20 between Tonasket and Aeneas Valley— will run May 17-19 at 76 W. Cayuse Montanan Road.

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LOOMIS – The state Department of Fish and Wildlife is marking National Trails Day with the annual Dave Brittell Memorial Hike fundraiser.

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Students from Almira/Coulee-Hartline and Okanogan high schools won top prizes in the 2019 4th District Congressional Art Competition.

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OROVILLE — The 85th annual May Festival will feature a weekend-long lineup of events from royalty coronation to a parade, basketball tournament, bass tournament and the traditional May Pole Dance, May 10-11.

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WINTHROP — Folks are invited to attend the 74th annual Winthrop ‘49er Days celebrations this weekend.

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OROVILLE — Visitors to the Depot Museum opening day this Saturday, during May Fest, will be greeted with homemade ice cream, courtesy of the Borderlands Historical Society. President Dorothy Petry said the museum will open at 10 a.m. and “we’ll stay open until people quit coming.”

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TONASKET - An annual community tradition hit its 25th anniversary when Jessie Cook hosted her yard sale at her home off Highway 7, north of Tonasket. Cook said at least 500 people attended the two-day event May 3-4.

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GRAND COULEE – The 63rd annual Colorama Festival, featuring rodeos, a parade, vendors and other activities, will be May 9-12 in and around Grand Coulee.

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OMAK – Librarian Vicky O’Dell is trying to provide four or five new or gently used books for each student at East Omak Elementary School.

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Okanogan High School student Madeline Luther competed in the national Poetry Out Loud competition April 30.

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OMAK – Although “A Christmas Story” is set during the holiday season, its message is appropriate for Mother’s Day.

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RIVERSIDE — Dozens of runners and their pets turned out Sunday, April 28 for the annual Hoofin’ and Woofin’ fun run.

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OMAK – A series positive Indian parenting classes begins tonight, May 1, at the Eagles Nest Community Center near first HUD north of town.

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OKANOGAN – The Okanogan Valley Farmers Market will open for the season May 4 in Legion Park.

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WINTHROP -- The third annual Whiskers and Wishes fundraiser to benefit three animal shelter/rescue organizations will be Saturday, April 27, at the Barn, 51 Highway 20.

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OKANOGAN – The Vintage Faire will be Saturday, April 27, at the Okanogan County Fairgrounds, 175 Rodeo Trail.

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COULEE DAM – A First Foods Festival is planned Friday, April 26, in the Lake Roosevelt High School gym, 505 Crest Drive.

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