The court found probable cause for Alex Whistelkia Ensberg, 23, Okanogan, with second-degree burglary and third-degree theft. The crimes allegedly occurred March 8.
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WENATCHEE – Oroville High School FBLA students, in cooperation with Quincy High School FBLA, organized a Pro Sports Career Day in Wenatchee in conjunction with Wenatchee Wild and Town Toyota Center.
OROVILLE – The Oroville CARES Coalition will be implementing a youth led alcohol prevention activity on Thursday, March 23 – “Operation Sticker Shock.”
OLYMPIA – Sen. Shelly Short has been inducted into the Hunters Heritage Hall of Fame for her efforts in the Legislature. It is the highest honor presented by the Washington-based Hunters Heritage Council and is awarded to elected officials or citizens who have gone above and beyond to work for hunters’ rights.
OSOYOOS, BC – On Saturday, April 1, volunteers from the Osoyoos Lake Water Quality Society and concerned local residents will begin the process of attaching “Protect our Lake – Pitch In” decals on garbage cans in key areas of Osoyoos.
OROVILLE – As spring weather returns to the Okanagan Valley, operators at Zosel Dam will be pursuing maintenance and modernization tasks at the dam.
SPOKANE – Washington went from one of the driest months in January to one of the wettest in February, according to USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service. Daily mountain rainfall records were shattered at many SNOTEL sites in early February
SPOKANE – State Conservationist Roylene Rides at the Door with the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service today announced funding available in Washington State for technical and financial assistance to help protect, restore and enhance critical wetlands on agricultural lands.
A Flood Warning for rain and snowmelt was issued by the National Weather Service at this morning, March 17 and remains in effect until 12:15 p.m. Sunday for Northeastern Okanogan, Ferry, Stevens, Spokane, Whitman…
EAST WENATCHEE – For the second year in a row, Oroville seventh grade student Leo Chen will represent North Central Washington in Washington D.C. this spring in the Scripps National Spelling Bee.