Authorities issued a missing persons alerts for an 83 year-old woman with Alzheimer’s who apparently disappeared earlier this week.
An autopsy will be conducted this week on the remains of a man found floating in the Okanogan River on March 16 at Rattlesnake Point south of town.
The Northeast Tri County Health District announced they were informed of a raw sewage discharge into Granite Creek.
A local man was killed and his passenger injured in a single-vehicle accident about one mile south of town Wednesday, March 15.
TONASKET- The Tonasket School Board has canceled its public hearing scheduled tonight to discuss the “current athletic issue.”
Tonasket High School basketball coach Kevin Landdeck has been reinstated through the end of the season.
OKANOGAN - Health officials have confirmed one adult case of the Mumps in Okanogan County, according to a release from Okanogan County Public Health.
Coach on leave after altercation with teacher
Tonasket school leaders got an earful of comment from area residents during a regular board meeting Wednesday, Feb. 15.
60 percent or more yes votes needed to pass
Early election results indicate Okanogan and Tonasket school proposed bond issues are going down in defeat.
An overnight freezing rain storm blanketed much of Okanogan Valley leaving a sheet of ice across area highways and creating a hazardous morning commute.
Due to ice and freezing rain several area schools are planning delays and closures for classes Wednesday, Feb. 15.
Due to inclement weather, Confluence Health will be operating under special circumstances today, Feb. 9.
Snow, and lots of it. That’s why meteorologists from the Spokane office of the National Weather Service have issued a winter storm warning for much of eastern Washington, in effect until 1 p.m. tomorrow, Feb. 9.
Owners of an orchard were cleaning a shop area when they located 30 sticks of dynamite, detonation cord and a box of electric blasting caps, according to the Douglas County Sheriff's Office.
Due to poor air quality, the state Department of Ecology is issuing a stage 1 burn ban for communities along the Methow Rive including Pateros, Methow, Carlton, Twisp, Winthrop and Mazama.