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Tribe releases poll vote results

The Colville tribal general election went ahead as planned on Saturday, June 24, despite one of the candidates being expelled from the council just days before.

Commissioners impose cannabis moratorium

Okanogan County commissioners decided June 26 to impose a moratorium on new applications for cannabis operations.

Local woman’s parental rights remain terminated

An Okanogan County woman’s parental rights will remain terminated, the state Court of Appeals for Division 3 has decided. The woman, identified in the unpublished opinion as...

Wild horse race qualifier set

A qualifying event for the Omak Stampede wild horse race is planned this Saturday, June 17.

State restricts steelhead fishing

The state Department of Fish and Wildlife has imposed restrictions on summer steelhead fishing in the Columbia River Basin in response to projections of the lowest returns in 37 years.

Back Country Horsemen meet for potluck

The Okanogan Valley Back Country Horsemen will meet for a potluck at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 15, in History Park.

Summertime blue: Pools open for season

Most municipal swimming pools will open when school dismisses for the summer, but Tonasket’s new pool won’t be quite ready for splashdown.

Osoyoos race track wraps up season on Saturday

Richter Pass Motorplex was packed to its boundaries with racers and fans the first weekend in June for the Wine Country Racing Association’s second event of the spring racing segment.

RANDOM THOUGHTS: Golfers get full course

The Okanogan Valley Golf Club’s nine holes all are open again after a really soggy spring left three holes flooded.

ATVs ride into Conconully

ATV riders flocked to town over the weekend for the first-ever Conconully ATV/UTV Jamboree. The June 8-11 event drew more than 100 registered riders, said Mayor Sam Martin. Some riders were contacted by U.S. Forest Service and state Department of Fish and Wildlife officers doing enforcement patrols.

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