Tigers remain unbeaten in 1B high school girls basketball
Legislative measures call for study, possible return of federal land holdings to state of Washington
Commissioners will also discuss the agency's land management practices
Rose Susan Pauline Vallee, 32, was booked into the Okanogan County Jail on Sunday for first-degree trafficking in stolen property and third-degree possession of stolen property.
Washington state's congressional delegations split along party lines in two votes today to undo Presidents Obama's attempt to bypass laws on deportation
Aaron Winnier, 33, of Wapato, to serve 10 years in federal prison.
Forest-goers are invited to an open house from 3-6 p.m. Jan. 21 at the Naches Ranger Station.
Elks members are taking steps toward rebuilding the downtown lodge, which has been a hub of community activity
The state Senate voted 26-23 Monday to require any bills creating new revenue sources to be supported by two-thirds of members for passage.
The state Department of Ecology issued the ban Monday based on forecasts of stagnant air conditions in the region, putting the county at risk for air pollution to reach unhealthy levels.
State health officials have suspended the license of Snohomish County massage therapist Steven Lee Cook indefinitely for sexual misconduct.
State's Congressional delegation splits along party lines as U.S. House of Representatives passes Keystone XL Pipeline Act
Charging documents allege Craig Morgenstern, who practices in Stevens County, allegedly drugged a 13-year-old boy and had sexual contact with him in October 2014, the state Board of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery said Thursday.
Most of the 36-mile stretch of the Columbia River is again accessible to the public
This coming weekend, the state Fish and Wildlife Commission is set to change the sportfishing rules. In short, the new rules will close all of the Columbia River, its tributaries and beaver ponds to fishing “unless otherwise open.” That’s a reversal of tradition.
Sunnyside farmer now represents Okanogan, Douglas, Grant, Yakima, Franklin, Adams and Benton counties
Fire crews responding to a structure fire at 8:53 a.m. arrived to find a home fully engulfed in flames. A mother and her two children were hospitalized.
Utility officials say beavers are damaging trees and vegetation, and have to be destroyed due to dam licensing
Giselle Naughton killed in New Year's Eve crash west of Ritzville
Washington state to remain the highest in the nation with a minimum wage of $9.47 per hour
Grant County will begin restricting the sale of e-cigarettes and e-liquids at midnight tonight.
With all the cowboy and country persona emphasized here, it sometimes feels like I’m the only one in the area who listens to hard-rock music. But there are several local hard-rock musicians making a name for themselves elsewhere
Dave Rodriguez will be sworn into Okanogan County Coroner position in coming days
It’s usually easy for me to ask for a few well-deserved gifts. But given the destruction caused by this year’s Carlton Complex wildfire, there are so many things that area residents deserve — and need — that I can’t possibly ask for enough. But I’ll start with a few common-sense requests.
Pharmacy Assistant Kevin Geyer has had his license suspended after being charged with one count of indecent liberties
More than 200 cases of confirmed influenza have been reported in the last two weeks
Okanogan boys hold off Chelan, win 58-36
State Department of Ecology prohibiting the use of wood-burning stoves and fireplaces in homes as winter storms are forecast to hit area
Casey Edward Murdock sentenced to five years in federal prison in connection with a Sept. 4 guilty plea
Residents of our state did not cede the right to access and enjoyment of public waterways to utilities operating dams on the Columbia or other rivers. But Grant County Public Utility District officials would have you believe they are the sole arbiters of who gets to fish, boat and access a 36-mile stretch of the Columbia River from Wanapum Dam to Rock Island Dam. They are not.
Albert Kassel remains employed by the state agency even as more than 100 Carlton Complex wildfire victims seek compensation for wildfire damages
Christopher James Carson to serve 70 months in federal prison for abusive sexual contact and possession of a firearm by a prohibited person
Forest Service Road No. 30 is an example of access issues facing those of us who enjoy recreating on publicly owned lands managed by a government agency. It makes you wonder how many public roads with prescriptive rights are now off limits, locked behind a government gate.
Site was formerly considered a hazard by state Department of Ecology officials
Bulldogs hold off late-charging Napavine Tigers
At the half, Okanogan leads Napavine 17-0
There are options for keeping up with the game if you couldn't get to Tacoma
Children learn about reptiles after hearing anti-drug, anti-alcohol message in Performing Arts Center
Gas prices in Okanogan, Omak and Riverside are among lowest in the region
Having a sustainable plan means striking a proper balance, rather than tipping the scales further toward environmentalism.
Smoke visible from Omak is from controlled burn, Mount Tolman fire officials say
Snowy Owl Theater to present movie Dec. 18
Christmas tree tags, permits still available in Colville, Newport and Ione.
Truck spilled potentially hazardous contents, Washington State Patrol reports
In the wake of the Carlton Complex wildfires, you’d think the only industry here in Okanogan County is tourism. It’s a narrative a self-serving group of state agencies want you and the world to believe.
I’m usually not much of a movie-goer. And I certainly don’t plan to sit around and watch TV when there is life to live and work to be done. But then there are times I can be such a geek. I can sit motionless in front of the big screen or the TV. And on occasion, I can even tune out my favorite hard-rock songs and tune into “Coast to Coast.” Last week was one of those weeks.
The bodies of a man, woman and child were found at the scene of a crash 15 miles east of town.
All three state title volleyball games in the Yakima SunDome ended in three sets.
The Warriors knock off top-ranked Sunnyside Christian to face Pomeroy for the state 1B volleyball title
The Cougars swept the Bulldogs in three sets, eliminating Okanogan from the state 2B volleyball tournament