2016 Curlew High School graduate Jaimee Keenan will host a pair of concerts next weekend in celebration of Canada’s Thanksgiving holiday.
Although the days are getting colder and darker earlier, there’s still plenty of activities to take in around Okanogan County.
A total of $762 was raised Friday Sept. 22 during a Hurricane Harvey benefit concert and dinner at the Community Cultural Center.
Blues musician Polly O'Keary will headline a concert Sept. 30, at the Community Cultural Center, 411 S. Western Ave.
A benefit concert is planned to raise funds for hurricane Harvey victims from 6-9 p.m. Friday, Sept. 22 at the Community Cultural Center, 411 S. Western Ave.
Lack of support may make live music a thing of the past
Do you remember going to town and walking through the video store to rent a movie? For me it was an occasional weekend treat to hop in the car with Dad and drive uptown to pick out a classic movie.
Local residents brought home several awards from the annual North Central Washington Fair Aug. 24-27.
A Washington State Parks Celebrating Cultures event is planned Sept. 17 at Pearrygin Lake State Park.
Another Okanogan County Fair has come and gone, but not without leaving smiles on faces and joy in hearts.
It’s that time of year again. Tomorrow kicks off the first day of the 70th annual Okanogan County Fair. Perhaps one of the largest family reunions of sorts, the county fair brings something for everyone.
A new exhibit, “Darkening Light,” will be offered Sept. 30 to Nov. 11 at Confluence Gallery and Art Center, 104 N. Glover St.
A new exhibit, “Best in Show - New Works by Kittitas County Juried Winners,” runs from Sept. 30 to Nov. 11 at Confluence Gallery and Art Center, 104 N. Glover St.
As the mornings are getting colder and area youngsters are heading back to school, I hate to say it but summer must be coming to an end. Around the house, the lawn is needing less watering and mowing, and our garden is nearing the end of its season.
A blend of country music, comedy and patriotism left a crowd of several hundred people in Waterville cheering and standing on their feet Friday.
“Dum Duet – A Turkish Rhythm Celebration” will perform Sept. 27 at Confluence Gallery and Art Center, 104 N. Glover St.