OKANOGAN – A majority of Okanogan School District voters is saying yes to a proposed bond issue, but the numbers are falling short of the 60 percent majority needed for the measure to pass.
TONASKET — The city council got an earful from area residents April 12 over a proposed retail cannabis store, and a discussion on reducing the buffer zone for where a shop could be located.
WENATCHEE - The Central Washington Growers Association filed a lawsuit in Chelan County Superior Court on April 15 in response to a county-wide resolution in Chelan County that prohibits marijuana or cannabis production and processing.
OMAK — After 33 years in law enforcement, Omak Police Chief Larry Schreckengast plans to retire at the end of June.
Helicopter airlifts woman from crash site
A book signing is planned for “Firestorm 2014: The Story of the Carlton Complex Wildfire” from 3:30-5:30 p.m. today, at The Chronicle office, 618 Okoma Drive.
A special city council workshop is planned tonight to discuss the possible annexation of property southwest and southeast of town.
A dead dog, which created a social media storm and was found along the Riverside Cutoff Road, was likely accidentally killed by a motorist, according to Okanogan County Sheriff’s Deputy Dave Yarnell, who does animal investigations.
With temperatures set to top off in the low 80s this week, officials from the National Weather Service have issued a hydrologic outlook calling for minor river flooding.
WENATCHEE – Just hours after longtime legislator Linda Evans Parlette announced Monday that she will not seek re-election to the state Senate, Brewster resident Jon Wyss threw his hat into the ring.
OKANOGAN — The phrase “free as a bird” came to a 1-year old great horned owl that was released Friday evening south of town.
OKANOGAN – Peacefully pacing the sidewalk in front of the Okanogan County Courthouse Monday morning, Albert Hudson said the effort “doesn’t bring him back.”
TONASKET – The city council was set to discuss a proposed ordinance about creating a municipal code titled “Marijuana Regulation” during a regular meeting on Tuesday, April 12.
OKANOGAN — What started as a flip-flop of the April 11 Okanogan County Regional Planning Commission public hearing quickly turned into a show of force from the local marijuana industry.
Jon Wyss has announced a bid for the state Senate from the 12th District.
- 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