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SPOKANE— The U.S. Forest Service is prohibiting off-road or all-terrain vehicles on 117 road miles across the Colville National Forest.

SPOKANE — Conservation groups have filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Forest Service for expanding off-road or all-terrain vehicle use in northe…

A public meeting is planned for 6 p.m. today, June 28, to talk about opening some county roads in the north part of Okanogan County to wheeled all-terrain vehicles.

Current forest rules allow off-road vehicles everywhere, unless a need arises for a specific closure. But if the rules change, motorized vehicles would no longer be allowed in millions of square miles of forest in North-Central Washington.

A new state law will give those of us who live in The Okanogan a much needed boost — both in terms of the economy and accessibility to services.