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WENATCHEE – The state Department of Transportation has assessed infrastructure damage on state highways from the Cold Springs and Pearl Hill fires.

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OKANOGAN – The Okanogan City Council, by a 4-1 vote Sept. 8, removed Councilman Cory Costello from the council and declared his position open.

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OMAK – The Omak High School FFA group received a three-star rating, the highest possible, after summer judging from the national FFA organization.

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OKANOGAN – Volunteers from the Okanogan County Fairgrounds are hosting veterinarians from World Vets Okanogan Area Disaster Relief during the Cold Springs Fire.

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OLYMPIA – Cari Hall, Okanogan County auditor, participated in a Sept. 18 Senate State Government Committee work session on security and preparation for the 2020 general election.

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BRIDGEPORT – A few Bridgeport School District students lost their homes to the Pearl Hill Fire and counselors are available to help if needed.

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YAKIMA – The Washington Apple Commission has revised its prediction of the state’s apple crop size for this fall, but the Washington State Tree Fruit Association is sticking to its 134.2-million-box prediction.