OMAK - Although the smoke has cleared and embers have cooled, the rebuilding process continues within the boundaries of the Cold Springs Fire.
OMAK - The Cold Springs Fire Relief Group, organized under the Omak-Okanogan Long-Term Recovery Organization, is focusing on needs for farmers and ranchers within the boundaries of the Cold Springs Fire — from Omak to Bridgeport and in between.
OKANOGAN – The Cold Springs Fire, which began Sept. 6 southeast of Omak near Omak Lake, destroyed 78 homes and 60 other buildings, killed livestock, pets and wildlife, and left much of the southwest portion of the Colville Indian Reservation as a charred landscape.
OKANOGAN – Volunteers from the Okanogan County Fairgrounds are hosting veterinarians from World Vets Okanogan Area Disaster Relief during the Cold Springs Fire.
OMAK – Businesses that suffered losses from wildfires in Okanogan County this year can contact the Economic Alliance about grants and other small business support.
OKANOGAN – Although some areas within the Cold Springs Fire area remain smoldering, the Okanogan County Public Utility District has restored electricity to customers whose service can be restored.
- OPERATOR SAFETY TRAINING
- BREWSTER SCHOOL DISTRICT OPENINGS
- FULL-TIME TELLER
- OMAK SCHOOL DISTRICT JOB OPENINGS
- MIDDLE SCHOOL MATH TEACHER
- CONSTRUCTION CREW: CARPENTERS, LABORERS, OPERATORS
- OFFICE MANAGER - LOCAL SEED FARM
- BUS DRIVER/OPERATOR - FULL-TIME
- MIDDLE SCHOOL COUNSELOR
- PEST CONTROL SERVICES
- 4th GRADE TEACHER
- CDL TRUCK DRIVER NEEDED
- HOUSEKEEPER WANTED
- FAMILY HEALTH CENTERS
- NEWSPAPER SALES CONSULTANT
- SECONDARY LANGUAGE ARTS TEACHER - REPUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT
- Brewster teen, athlete remembered fondly
- South county mourns loss of Pateros student
- Tribe plans Pasco casino, enterprises
- Douglas County acts on drug possession
- Cold Springs Fire relief efforts continue
- Douglas PUD OKs power revisions
- Patrol compiles list of missing persons
- Justin Lambert
- Donna Cotner
- Louise Suzanne Tollefson Rains