Dee Camp

General assignment, community and entertainment reporter

509-826-1110 Extension: 111

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Engine No. 1 hits the road for centennial

The Omak Fire Department’s engine No. 1 hit the road Thursday morning for a drive from the Okanogan Fire Hall Museum to Omak for the department’s centennial celebration on Saturday.

State Patrol seeks help locating sexual misconduct suspect

Authorities trying to find Minnesota sexual misconduct suspect last known to be in Washington state

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Fire races up Pogue Mountain

Firefighters from several agencies spent part of Tuesday battling a wildfire on Pogue Mountain southwest of town.

Scholarships offered for study at Omak college

Okanogan Grange No. 1103 and the Wenatchee Valley College-Omak Foundation offer educational scholarships

Tonasket auxiliary offers Easter egg hunt

A Tonasket-area Easter egg hunt is planned for 10 a.m. Saturday at the school complex, 35 state Highway 20.

Republic man struck by car

BRandon J. Smith hit by car on state Highway 20

CenturyLink problem takes down 911 emergency lines

911 service statewide goes down, but most of the system is back up and running

Tribal leaders won’t seek re-election

Several candidates vie for five seats

Neither Omak District incumbent is seeking re-election to the Colville Business Council.

Tribe readies for Omak casino construction

Dirt at site scheduled to move within two weeks

Construction is scheduled to start in less than two weeks on the Colville Confederated Tribes’ new casino just south of town.

Transgender policies on docket

Schools ponder logistics of making accommodations

The Omak School Board will consider an anti-discrimination policy and procedures dealing with transgender students when it meets at 10 a.m. today in the district office, 619 W. Bartlett Ave.

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