If you are a musician like me, you have likely already heard the news.
National Entertainment News
As you’ve probably noticed, I haven’t been writing my entertainment piece for a month or so. I don’t think it’s for a lack of trying, but rather a lack of words.
Few musical artists have the ability to capture the hearts and souls of millions of fans. And even fewer have the ability to do it for more than six decades and across a vast musical spectrum - from jazz to country, and folk to pop.
Although there were plenty of open seats, those who attended Okanogan Valley Orchestra and Chorus’ third concert of the season on Saturday were more than pleased with the musicianship of this group.
REPUBLIC - Winning last weekend’s Outhouse Races competition were Curlew FFA members James Houston (jockey), Andrew Hailstone and Kenneth Delaney; all of whom are students at Curlew High School.
OMAK — The Omak Chamber of Commerce is holding their third annual Festival of Trees for non-profits at 12 Resort Casino, with a cocktail gala and live auction Saturday, Nov. 29 from 6-8 p.m.
OKANOGAN — The first-ever Washington State Nashville Country Star Christmas show is planned for 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16, at Virginia Grainger Elementary School, 1118 S. Fifth Ave.
OROVILLE - Dennis and Nancy Peterson know just about every musical group in Okanogan Valley, and are helping to nurture the next generation of aspiring musicians.
TONASKET — Michellee Fox is the Community Cultural Center’s new executive director, and she hopes to see the building become a place used by all community members.
- Lamprey spawn in the Okanogan Basin
- Nursing home outbreak brings 11 COVID deaths
- Ground is broken for housing complex
- Small Business Saturday brings sales, discounts
- Two die in separate weekend house fires
- Larry Lassila
- Carol Jeanne Teshera
- Holiday celebrations kick off this weekend
- Local businesses set for Cyber Monday, online sales
- Church fires ruled as arson