Dee Camp

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Omak man arrested after fatal fire

An Omak man was arrested Friday, Nov. 17, on suspicion of first-degree murder and first-degree arson after a fatal house fire just outside town.

Investigators called fatal fire scene

Investigators with the Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office were called to the scene of a fatal house fire Friday morning, Nov. 17, on Omak River Road.

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Navy crew responsible for phallic skywriting

A giant phallus drawn in the sky with plane exhaust Thursday afternoon, Nov. 16, was the handiwork of a Navy flight crew.

WVCO addresses Confederate flag displayed by student

A Confederate flag displayed on a student’s vehicle led Wenatchee Valley College at Omak officials to host a forum Nov. 16 about the flag and its meaning.

Driver injured in accident near Grand Coulee

A Spokane driver was injured Nov. 13 when his car struck an embankment on Highway 174 about four miles west of town.

Lawmakers, including Newhouse, seek Dreamers solution

A new group of 17 Republican lawmakers, including U.S. Rep. Dan Newhouse, R-4th District, have called for a bipartisan legislative solution to protect America’s Dreamers before the end of the year.

Tonasket Middle School names honor roll students

Tonasket Middle School has named first quarter honor roll students.

Stop sign moved in Okanogan

A stop sign has been installed northbound at the intersection of North Fourth Avenue and Greta Street.

Colville tribal member speaks at sewage spill protest

A Colville tribal member was among the speakers at a Nov. 11 protest of recent sewage spills in Vancouver.

Several schools honored for improvements

Several schools serving Okanogan County students have been awarded “school of distinction” honors by the Center for Educational Effectiveness.

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