Pateros, Twisp may have power restored by weekend 1 day, 11 hours ago
Fire crews keep eye on ‘sandcut' burn area 2 days, 12 hours ago
Results for the fifth annual Tonasket Truck and Tractor Pull 3 days, 9 hours ago
Governor meets with county officials 3 days, 13 hours ago
Wildfire confirmed at 215,000 acres, and growing 4 days, 12 hours ago
Red Cross moves into recovery phase 4 days, 16 hours ago
The state 4-H community is being asked to help members’ families impacted by the Carlton Complex fires.
People impacted by the Carlton Complex fires can get a variety of relief supplies through Churches of Christ Disaster Relief Effort Inc., based in Nashville, Tenn.
People in, adjacent to and downstream from areas burned in the Carlton Complex fires are urged to take immediate action to protect themselves from erosion and flooding.
A fire information meeting is planned at 7 tonight, Thursday, at Okanogan High School, 255 S. Fifth Ave. Another meeting will be at 7 p.m. Friday at the Conconully Community Hall, 219 Main St.
A dozen U.S. senators, including Sens. Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell, both D-Wash., have sent a letter to Senate leaders calling for swift passage of President Obama’s emergency supplemental funding request, which would allocate $615 million to fight wildfires.
The third annual BomberCon, slated for July 25-27 at the Agriplex in Okanogan, has been moved to Burlington due to fires in Okanogan County.
Results for the fifth annual Tonasket Truck & Tractor Pull competed July 18 and 19 in the Comanchero Rodeo Grounds.
The Methow Vally Killer Whales took on the Omak Mantaray Aquatic Klub in a swIM meet July 8.
- No. I've always supported the construction of a new power transmission line from Pateros to Twisp. 59%
- Despite the lack of power to the Methow Valley, I still don't want the line built. 7%
- Yes. After having to go without power, water, gasoline, etc., I now see the need for the line. 7%
- The state Department of Natural Resources should never have opposed the power line. 14%
- Instead of building the line, people should move away and leave the Methow Valley for wildlife 13%
56 total votes