NESPELEM – The Colville Business Council announced that the chairman of the council James Boyd, 60, passed away.
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OMAK — The city’s annual do-it-yourself fireworks show is in limbo thanks to a decision by the Colville Business Council to ban all fireworks on the reservation.
TONASKET – Fire crews responded to a couple small wildfires and smoke checks last week.
NESPELEM - General election returns for the Colville Confederated Tribes’ Tribal Council appear too close to call after voting on Saturday.
SPOKANE — Okanogan County’s all-terrain vehicle ordinance has been ruled invalid by the state Court of Appeals for Division III.
SHERMAN PASS — A new wolf pack has been identified in eastern Washington in the Sherman Pass area of Ferry County.
OMAK – Amateur pyrotechnics experts wanting to put on a Fourth of July bash will have to do it within the city limits, but not within the Colville Indian Reservation portion of the city.
OKANOGAN - The Washington State Attorney General’s office has appointed a Special Assistant Attorney General to bring legal action against Okanogan County and commissioners Sheilah Kennedy, Jim DeTro and Ray Campbell on behalf of the Okanogan County Superior Court.
MALO— Ferry County officials are calling the death of a small child, who was apparently run over by a family member’s vehicle, a “tragic accident.”
OMAK — A specialty act that caused controversy for the Omak Stampede has pulled out of the event over fear for the performers’ safety.
OMAK — Jeff Koplin will move from sergeant to chief July 1 when current Omak police chief Larry Schreckengast retires.
REPUBLIC - A leg bone found in a remote area of Ferry County has left officials shaking their heads.
OKANOGAN — Several insurance companies representing property owners who lost homes, vehicles and other property in the 2014 Rising Eagle Road Fire are suing for damages caused by the fire.
NESPELEM – The annual Mill Pond Days celebration will be Saturday, June 18, in town.
SPOKANE – The state Court of Appeals for Division III has sided with two environmental groups and ruled Okanogan County’s ATV ordinance invalid.
- 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
- 2016 Winthrop Balloon Festival
- 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