Tease photo

Fire contained; one house destroyed

A late Friday fire destroyed one house before firefighters could halt its march across sageland south of Omak

Level 2 evacuation notices issued for Holden Village, Lucerne

Wolverine Fire expected to grow in remote south shore area of Lake Chelan

Aircraft assigned to Colville-area fire

About 140 firefighters are assigned to the 280-acre Williams Fire.

Tease photo

Two fires ignite in Okanogan County

Crews kept busy with two new fires in the last 24 hours.

Manhunt under way in Grant County

Police are trying to capture a man suspected of shooting at officers twice in the last two days near Royal City.

Wolverine Fire still burning

Forest officials turning fire management over to specialized team today

Keller-area blaze grows to 1,000 acres

Aircraft assisting with fire burning on the Colville Indian Reservation north of Keller

Tease photo

Twenty-One Grade fire between 300-600 acres

Wildfire threatening three structures between Keller and Republic

Fire in Canada spreads to U.S.

A wildfire that started in British Columbia has reached the north face of Arnold Peak in the Pasayten Wilderness Area.

Towell Falls Road closed to vehicles during fire season

Rock Creek management area south of Sprague continues to remain open to foot, horseback and bicycle access.

Fire burns near state Highway 21

State Highway 21 is partially blocked due to a forest fire near Milepost 129, about 12 miles south of town.

Highway 21 partially blocked after vehicle overturns

State Highway 21 north of town is partially blocked near milepost 124 after a tractor-trailer overturned earlier this afternoon.

County prohibits burning in campgrounds

Tonasket urges residents not to light fireworks

Yesterday, Okanogan County commissioners amended their burn ban resolution to prohibit wood and charcoal fires in designated campground or fire rings.

Road 6 Fire surpasses 3,500 acres

An incident command center has been established at Mansfield School.

Tease photo

Hot temperatures return

Records broke over the weekend

Triple-digit temperatures are expected to roll through portions of Okanogan County later this week, prompting the National Weather Service to issue a new heat advisory.