Movie-goers will receive a script and goodie bags to be able to "participate" in the event
Residents and visitors can spend the day at state parks without having a buy a Discover Pass.
Okanogan County Fair Advisory Board announces winners of Kids Fun Day events, which took place Saturday
A local father and daughter are scheduled to compete in the 29th season of the CBS television reality show, “Survivor”
More than 100 years of fair memories will be celebrated this weekend during the North Central Washington Fair.
The history park in town will have live music, 6-9 p.m., Friday, July 11, featuring The Mood Swings and Don Elliott.
Millpond Days activities are planned in the downtown area Friday and Saturday.
Omak’s ‘Evie’ LaGrou rescued from cliff in Alaska
An Omak woman rescued last Sunday after falling off a cliff says the experience won’t change her life.
Valedictorian says Class of 2014 can take on the world
Ehren Kruger may be a successful screenwriter and producer of several Hollywood blockbusters, but as he told Pateros High School’s graduating class Saturday, it was a long road to get there.
The community is gearing up to celebrate the 100th year of Flag Day celebrations at the Wauconda Community Hall on Saturday.
Opening night proceeds go to Tonasket Food Bank
Shakespeare meets the 1960s in a two-weekend production of the Bard’s comedy “The Taming of the Shrew.”
A fundraiser for the Washington State Nashville Country Star program will be at 5 p.m. June 21 at the Okanogan Eagles Club, 1820 N. Second Ave.
Omak singer hopes to take the stage
A band that was a hot West Coast draw during the 1970s and ‘80s will offer a reunion concert Saturday in the former Fletcher’s Key building, 120 Pine St.
Tonasket residents’ actor son offers prize in fundraiser for Water Ranch
One lunch charity raffle winner will be able hang out with famous Hollywood actor and musician Jack Black this month, and at the same time help support the proposed Tonasket Water Ranch and Pool Project.
Funeral service is Monday at tribes’ Omak Longhouse
Larry “Little Beaver” Condon and friends were shooting the breeze when someone asked the famous bullrider how the heck he got to Madison Square Garden for competition in the 1960s.