CHELAN – The Washington Trust for Historic Preservation announced its annual list of Most Endangered Historic Properties in the State of Washington on Monday, April 25. The announcement came during the organization’s This Place Matters reception, held at the Lake Chelan Chamber of Commerce. The reception is an affinity event hosted by the Washington Trust to kickoff this week’s RevitalizeWA conference in Chelan.
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 ...
Oroville’s 2015 May Festival
OROVILLE – While two potential replacements for the outgoing superintendent for Oroville School District have been interviewed by the board and met staff and the public, a third candidate bowed out and two more have been added to the list.
OROVILLE – The Oroville School Board has selected three applicants for the Oroville Superintendent position and scheduled a chance for district staff and the public to meet the candidates one at a time on three separate days.
Dusty Lynn Simpson, 36, Omak, pleaded guilty April 12 to third-degree assault (of a law enforcement officer). The court dismissed two additional charge of third-degree assault (of a law enforcement officer). Simpson was sentenced to 90 days in jail and fined $600 for the Jan. 10 crimes.
OROVILLE – The Oroville School Board selected three applicants for the Oroville Superintendent position and scheduled interviews for each on three separate days, but with two interviews complete it appears the third candidate will not be able to make it.
TONASKET – A public meeting held at the Community Cultural Center Wednesday, April 13, featured John Novak and Kirk Ludden, authors of Initiative 1419, answering questions from the public for over two hours.
OROVILLE – An Oroville woman who fell about 30 feet while hiking south of town was lifted from a small plateau by a U.S. Navy Rescue helicopter and flown to Central Washington Hospital in Wenatchee for treatment of her injuries.
“….after two years of working with us, he’s bought his first house. This is testimony to a lot of the farms and everything they’re bringing to the community.” Brandon Stevens, Green Company OKANOGAN – The Okanogan County Regional Planning Commission met April 11 at the county fairgrounds Agriplex building to allow for continuation of public [...]
Recently there have been some letters concerning global warming and the probability that human activity, particularly in the form of CO2 production is the cause of much of the warming. While cyclical sun spot activity may give humans a temporary reprieve from the heating
N.O. Paws Left Behind, the animal rescue shelter just outside of Oroville has obtained a temporary permit to continue to house, care and adopt out the dozens of dogs that they have taken in after a disgruntled neighbor’s complaint shut them down recently. They can’t however, take in any more dogs and this is a sad turn of events for the many communities that the shelter serves.
OROVILLE – N.O. Paws Left Behind animal rescue, shut down by the county for not having a permit last week when a neighbor complained, was open to place dogs after getting a temporary permit Friday.