If approved, aid could include business, individual and agency help
Federal assistance is being sought to help families, business owners, local governments and the Colville Confederated Tribes with recovery from the summer’s wildfires which.
Kuchenbuch succeeds Wyss as Farm Bureau leader
State Rep. Matt Manweller. R-Ellensburg, called on Okanogan County Farm Bureau members to take part in what he sees as a constitutional crisis in Olympia.
Parade, music on tap for closing day
The 42nd annual Okanogan Family Faire, commonly known as Barter Faire, will conclude today at 76 W. Cayuse Mountain Road off Highway 20 east of Tonasket.
Cattlemen meet with wolf-human
There wasn’t a Kumbaya moment Friday night as cattlemen walked away from a three-hour session with the state’s contract wolf-human conflict manager without any pretense of a resolution.
Commissioners hear about failings, successes of fight
People affected by the recent trio of wildfires praised and panned state and federal agencies’ responses and the Okanogan County Department of Emergency Management during a post-fire meeting hosted by county commissioners last Thursday.
Thousands are expected for 42nd annual barter event
An empty field nestled in the Okanogan Highlands will soon become the most populated community in Okanogan County.
‘You made your own entertainment’
In an era before computers and cellphones consumed the lives of Okanogan Valley residents, Saturday night dances at local halls were the thing to do for entertainment.
State Parks will continue to monitor boat launch, parking
The Conconully Lake Resort has permanently closed its doors.
Commissioners plan public hearing 1:30 p.m. tomorrow
A public hearing is planned at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow on a proposal to change the Okanogan County Board of Health from six to five members and change representation on the board.
The National Weather Service has issued a wind advisory for the Okanogan Valley calling for gusts up to 45 mph.
Myers to take reins in Omak; Harnack named publisher
The Chronicle’s management changes hands Thursday with the promotion of two of the newspaper’s top managers.
The Nourishing Hand animal rescue has closed its doors following the removal of four horses by the Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office earlier this week.
Due to decreased fire activity and traffic in the Kettle Complex fire areas, a portion of area closures have been lifted in the Three Rivers and Republic Ranger Districts.
As locals gear up for the annual Okanogan County Fair, state health officials warn of the risks for illnesses after being exposed to livestock and other animals.
North Valley Hospital commissioners will host a special meeting at 7 tonight in the commissioners’ hearing room at 203 S. Western Ave.
- Conconully resort
- Unbearable plan
- Responsible spending
- Grizzly plan
- Flying the coop
- Love that dam
- Is it vandalism?
- No comment
- No new dam site
- Better notifications
- Local Student studies abroad in sister city
- On House Floor, Newhouse Recognizes First Responders, Firefighters, Volunteers Fighting WA Wildfires, Calling for Changes in Wildfire Funding
- Omak-Riverside Eastside Road helicopter water drop
- Stickpin Fire advances into Boulder Creek area
- Water drop on Tunk Block Fire
- Wenatchee Valley Community College Commencement
- Congressman Newhouse Honors Okanogan Journalist Elizabeth Barta Widel
- Rep. Newhouse Q&A on National Forest Hearing
- March 21 Omak robbery
- Okanogan Eagles burglary