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Art show opens today

Artwork from local and out-of-town artists will be featured during the 35th annual Omak Western and Native Art Show, which opened today and continues through Sunday at the Courtyard Downtown, 28 N. Main St.

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Wippel memorial erected atop Suicide Hill

Local artist Smoker Marchand crafts metal sculpture featuring a cross, Suicide Racers and a starter's pistol

Rainier to offer living history program

Mount Rainier National Park will present "Shadows of the Past: a Living History" four times the evening of Aug. 22 at Longmire.

Locals attend family strengthening program

The seven-week Strengthening Families Program successfully wrapped up last week with three local families completing the entire course.

Anti-drug forum recognizes Republic youth

Several hundred youth and their adult advisers — including a Republic delegation — gathered at Great Wolf Lodge last month to share the results of their drug and alcohol prevention efforts in their communities.

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Ride to Rendezvous hits the trail

Ride winds up in Winthrop at noon Friday for '49er Days

United Powwow moves to Paschal Sherman

This Saturday’s United Powwow has been moved to Paschal Sherman Indian School, 169 Omak Lake Road.

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Tribal members in new Alcatraz swim video

PATHSTAR Alcatraz Swim Week Program : Swimming for Life, One Stroke at a Time

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Conconully Outhouse Races results

Here are the results of the finals of the 32nd running of the Conconully Outhouse Races on Saturday.

Peace festival, dinner set for Friday

The 11th annual peace festival and dinner is set for 5 p.m. Friday at the Community Cultural Center, 411 Western Ave.

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Reptile Man visits Omak

Children learn about reptiles after hearing anti-drug, anti-alcohol message in Performing Arts Center

Bains, Coffell named Omak homecoming king and queen

Omak High School announces homecoming royalty

Seniors victorious at Omak homecoming; dance benefits tetanus project

Homecoming dance draws 195 students; funds raised for Kiwanis' Eliminate Project

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Haunting in the Highlands

Wauconda Cafe owner shares ghostly tales

A small cafe, store and post office enriched with history and generations of heritage is also home to paranormal activity.

Border officials: Plan ahead for Canadian Thanksgiving

Officials urge travelers to have proper documentation available to expedite border crossing

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