I hold a special place in my heart for all the great locals that have made an impact on the way I look at rural life.
Shania Graham of Republic and Jill Townsend of Okanogan were announced as Players of the Year at the annual Washington State Girls Basketball Coaches Association’s all-state basketball games Saturday.
It’s hard to believe spring has come. And with that comes a lot of excitement in the local entertainment scene.
For some years I have wonder why we no longer say “thee” and “thou” and the other day I found the answer, of all places, on the Internet.
My NCAA basketball champion-ship bracket got filled out just as the first game tipped off Thursday.
Some national media outlets are raising the warning flag on searches of cell phones at border crossings and trying to tie the practice to President Trump.
I really hate lines.
Each week as I sit down at the computer to write my weekly piece, I try to stay as positive and uplifting as possible.
The second Loup Loup Community Challenge Relay drew 19 teams of three people each to the ski hill Saturday.
There is a saying, probably several centuries old, “hell hath no fury greater than a woman scorned.”
Mother Nature has sure been playing tricks on Okanogan Valley.
Alex Aguilar, an Omak High School graduate, finished seventh for North Idaho College at the NJCAA national wrestling tournament Feb. 24-25 in Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Despite the number of people from Tonasket calling or visiting our office to tell us to stop reporting on the classroom confrontation between Tonasket High School basketball coach Kevin Landdeck and Tonasket Middle School teacher Jim Caddy in a classroom, the issue just isn’t going away.
Immigration is not as clear cut a topic in Okanogan Country as it must be in other areas of the country.
We have said before that change is constant and certainly in our lifetimes we have seen prime examples of this.