Tammy Clark fondly remembered by close friends, community “She was a dedicated wife and mother, very in love with her husband and proud of her sons. Her smile always lit up the room and she was always smiling.” Cristina Del Rosario, Co-worker Family Health Center MOLSON – Tonasket resident Tammy Clark, 45, was killed Wednesday, [...]
Events and Festivals in and around Oroville, Washington for 2016 Spring and Summer, so far...
This year's 2016 May Festival Royalty Selection Night was held on Monday, Feb. 22 at ...
OROVILLE – They may have left singing the blues, but no one who attended last ...
OKANOGAN – Jerry D. Asmussen and Aaron Kester were the two top vote getters for the office of Okanogan County PUD Commissioner, District 3, in last Tuesday’s primary.
One of the bright lights in the world went out at 11:15 a.m. Tuesday the 9th of August, as Dr. Cynthia T. Durante M.D. died peacefully at her home in Okanogan, Washington, as family and friends surrounded her with the love and tenderness she so deserved.
After the family spreads his ashes in the Similkameen River, there will be a memorial get together to remember Karl Martin on Friday, August 19 at the Pastime Bar & Grill from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Dave, Tod, and Polly Martin and their families will be there to see friends, and share some stories for a few hours and hope to see anyone who would like to gather together.
Madison Leigh Louie, 30, Omak, pleaded guilty Aug. 2 to POCS, making a false or misleading statement and use of drug paraphernalia. Louie was sentenced to six months in jail and fined $700 for the May 13 crimes.
The election results appear positive for the next phase of my campaign to improve Okanogan County government. I want to thank all of those who assisted, supported, volunteered, donated, and voted for me in the Okanogan County Commissioner District 2 primary election. Together, we have begun to create enthusiasm for the future here. I want to let those who did not vote for me, or those who do not know me yet, know that I will be listening and learning about your interests and needs in the next three months.
TONASKET – This evening’s lightning storm was followed by multiple smoke reports. Whitestone, Cayuse and Palmer Mountain were among areas where fires were located. Tonasket Ranger District has confirmed a small fire on Palmer Mountain, within Bureau of Land Management property. The fire is estimated to be less than one-quarter acre.
Readers of the August 5 article ‘Colville Tribes continue legal fight for Columbia River cleanup’ may be left with the incorrect impression that Teck Metals Ltd, owner of the Trail metallurgical facility, is resisting efforts to address historic discharges from the Trail smelter. This is not the case.