OSOYOOS, B.C. – With a drought still gripping parts of B.C. and Washington, concerns over the possibility of a costly mussel invasion, and more, community members and agencies on both sides of the border are coming together to talk.
OROVILLE – They may have left singing the blues, but no one who attended last ...
Oroville’s 2015 May Festival
OROVILLE – The company that provides reservation services for Oroville’s Osoyoos Lake Veterans Memorial Park is increasing rates and that will be passed along in the form of higher camping fees.
OKANOGAN – Fall campers will be happy to hear that campfire restrictions on National Forest Lands in Okanogan County have been lifted. Campfires are now allowed at dispersed as well as developed campsites.
The county commissioners and the fair advisory board did a great job of overcoming the obstacles created by the fires to present an excellent fair this year.
TONASKET – Craig Nelson, District Manager of the Okanogan Conservation District (the District) appeared at the Tonasket City Council September 28 to offer assistance in helping landowners recover from the Okanogan Complex wildfires.
OKANOGAN – The Okanogan County Public Utility District is responding to an increase to the cost of electricity purchased by the utility from the Bonneville Power Administration with increase of it’s own. The BPA, a federal agency which is the marketing agent for power from all of the federally-owned hydroelectric projects in the Pacific Northwest, [...]
Douglas Dwight Davidson, age 64, passed over at home in Tonasket, Washington on September 7th 2015. He was born July 3rd, 1951, in Sonoma California, to parents William Henry Davidson and Vera Borntrager Davidson.
Margaret Ella (Williams) Williams, aged 89, died at home on September 15, 2015 surrounded by her loving family. She was the oldest of 3 children born to Harold and Mae Williams on October 1, 1925.
OKANOGAN – Hazards left in the wake of this summer’s fires necessitate keeping some of the area and road closures in place until next spring on National Forest Lands in Okanogan County. Fire weakened trees, hidden stump holes, loosened boulders and the potential for debris flows are all safety concerns on National Forest Lands burned by the Tunk, North Star, and Okanogan Complex Fire