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VIEW FROM THE SIDELINES: Time to save our groups, organizations

Volunteers keep great clubs, events rolling

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Girls' basketball: Soap Lake pulls away from Pateros

Omak takes out Chelan girls, 47-38

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Boys' basketball: Omak takes half-game lead in CTL

Soap Lake scores late over Pateros

Free Hok ski festival planned for Sitzmark

Third annual event is slated for Saturday, Jan. 20

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Former Tonasket man convicted of rape, molestation

Butcher was Tonasket School District employee from 1982-1990

A former Tonasket School District employee was found guilty of two counts of first degree child rape and six counts of first degree child Tuesday in Spokane County.

Sports

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VIEW FROM THE SIDELINES: Time to save our groups, organizations

Volunteers keep great clubs, events rolling

Tease photo

Girls' basketball: Soap Lake pulls away from Pateros

Omak takes out Chelan girls, 47-38

Tease photo

Boys' basketball: Omak takes half-game lead in CTL

Soap Lake scores late over Pateros

News

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Former Tonasket man convicted of rape, molestation

Butcher was Tonasket School District employee from 1982-1990

A former Tonasket School District employee was found guilty of two counts of first degree child rape and six counts of first degree child Tuesday in Spokane County.

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'Opening soon': Red Rooster Grill could come to Omak

Red Rooster Grill could replace the former Red Rooster Family Restaurant, 3 S. Main St.

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Raising hope, money for Yahir Corona

Donations pour in for Brewster boy

Three weeks before the cancer diagnosis, 10-year-old Yahir Corona pounded a punching bag with such vigor that the image became a symbol of resiliency.

Opinion

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Jan. 17, 2018

I want to thank the Omak School District for that great Facebook live video they did last Jan. 4. It was very informative.

EDITORIAL: Communities need to work, plan together

Far too often residents of Okanogan County and neighboring Ferry County seem to say there’s never much to do around the region.

GUEST COLUMN: Would you cast a vote for levy, bond?

Would you cast a yes vote for the upcoming Omak School District levy if you knew we would raise about a million dollars of local money that would be matched by $6 million from the state?