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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.
SPOKANE — Okanogan County’s all-terrain vehicle ordinance has been ruled invalid by the state Court of Appeals for Division III.
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.
Bridgeport Daze will be tomorrow in the downtown area.
The Okanogan Days celebration will be Saturday, June 4, with a variety of activities, food, a 3-on-3 basketball tournament, street fair and parade.
Omak graduate and former Okanogan County Public Utility District employee Duane S. Dahlquist is retiring from a Virginia utility at the end of June.
A local man escaped injury Tuesday, May 17, when his SUV plunged into a construction hole in an alley off Central Avenue.
NESPELEM – Three motorists, including a Tonasket School District student, were killed in unrelated vehicle accidents last weekend.
OKANOGAN — A fire truck’s color shouldn’t matter. Fire, police and other first responders need better communications networks.
OKANOGAN – Okanogan County department heads have been advised to watch their spending until June because the county is experiencing a cash flow problem.