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OKANOGAN - A presentation on the life of pioneer Seattle photographer Edward Curtis will be given Friday, July 19, at the Okanogan Grange Hall, 305 Tyee St.

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Rep. Dan Newhouse, R-4th District, has announced the start of the 2019 Central Washington Congressional App Challenge, which will take place until Nov. 1, 2019.

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NESPELEM – This weekend’s powwow and rodeo cap the Colville Confederated Tribes’ annual July Celebration, which includes $50,000 in prize money for dancing and singing contests.

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OKANOGAN – The Rev. Gary Logue of Okanogan Valley Alliance Church plans to retire Aug. 4 after that day’s service.

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WENATCHEE – Story time for adults, talks by a National Geographic adventurer and African music are on tap at several North Central Regional Library System branches.

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CHESAW — Chesaw, home of the Fourth of July Rodeo, begins its Independence Day celebrations with a community dance Wednesday, July 3, with music from the Wild Wooly Band from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.

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Twenty-six volunteers and lifelong learners turned out to join Rich Hatfield to put bumble bees on the map Saturday, June 22.

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OKANOGAN – The Washington State Grange will have its annual convention June 26-29 at the Okanogan County Fairgrounds, 175 Rodeo Trail.

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OMAK - Omak and Highlands high schools have announced end-of-year academic awards and student recognition.

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OMAK - The Okanogan County Artists Association is seeking donations to help support the Western and Native Art Show.

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KETTLE FALLS – A salmon ceremony was planned at June 22 by the Colville Confederated Tribes.

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OMAK – Students at East Omak Elementary School got to pick out free summer reading books before classes dismissed for the summer June 12.

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TONASKET – The Kuhler was chosen as Tonasket Chamber of Commerce's business of the month for July.

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BREWSTER — Go for a run, shoot some hoops, or spit cherry pits at second-ever Cherries Jubilee Saturday, June 15.

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PATEROS — Dwindling volunteers and a downtown construction project will not put a damper on this year’s Apple Pie Jamboree, July 19-21.

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OKANOGAN – The Pioneer Project may or may not happen this year at the Okanogan County Fair.

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OMAK – Summer reading programs at libraries in the North Central Regional Library System will get going as soon as schools dismiss for the summer.

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OMAK – A book fund to help Wenatchee Valley College at Omak students has been started in memory of longtime WVCO teacher and administrator David Lindeblad.

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OMAK – The Pioneer Club – friends of the library group for the Omak Public Library – will host its annual used book sale June 15.

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TWISP – Music ranging from Ravel to Shubert, Shostakovich and Mendelssohn will be performed during the Methow Valley Chamber Music Festival June 20-29.

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CONCONULLY - ATV enthusiasts will roar into town June 6-9 for the third annual Conconully ATV/UTV Jamboree.

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OKANOGAN – Animal Foster Care Cat Shelter is seeking volunteers to provide foster care to cats, particularly new and pregnant moms.

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OMAK – Several downtown businesses will showcase works by local artists during Art Appreciation week, June 10-14.

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OKANOGAN – Okanogan Days, the city’s celebration of summer’s start, will be Saturday, June 1, on downtown streets.

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BRIDGEPORT – School employees from several districts were honored last month during the annual Okanogan County Excellence Banquet.

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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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