For many anglers, “opening day” is synonymous with the start of the lowland lakes trout-fishing season, which gets under way April 27 this year. Hundreds of thousands of Washingtonians typically descend on trout-stocked lakes to kick off the state’s biggest outdoor event. To prepare for the upcoming season, hatchery crews from the Washington Department of [...]
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Internal combustion motors may be attached to floating devices, but may not be used when fishing on Washburn Island Pond in Okanogan County.
Nadine Watkins, age 78, of Oroville, died March 21, 2013 at her home Oroville. She was born January 9, 1935 in Tulsa, Okla. to John and Margaret Hoffman.
Albert H. Libby 100, passed away on March 21, 2013. He was born on October 10, 1912 and lived in Tonasket since 1973.
Reading the column “Now is the time to build the Keystone XL Pipeline” (March 14, 2013) by U.S. Representative Hastings two weeks ago in your paper reminds me how out of touch he is with our community.
Ten seconds (or less) is all it takes a vehicle to come around the curve from the south to the fancy new (Whistler Canyon) trailhead entry to Highway 97. A loaded horse trailer behind a pickup takes how long to go from stop to the proper lane on the highway
OKANOGAN – A PUD project scheduled for Friday, March 29 will leave the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest Service Office in Okanogan without power for the afternoon.
Okanogan County Court Judge Rawson ruled against the Citizens Group of Tonasket
Washington, and denied our petition for a Permanent or Temporary Injunction to keep the Assisted Living in Tonasket open. It was stated that the Hospital Board and Hospital
I don’t know if you guys were at the hearings for Hospital District #4 but the audience was a study in contrast. One side of the room was the defense with their smug smiles and dressed to kill happy to be there on the taxpayers dime, including their attorney.
I can no longer remain quiet on the issue of the Assisted Living closing in Tonasket. After sitting back and observing and reading about what is taking place at the hospital, I feel compelled to address the hospital board and all the high paid administrative staff. To all of you I have only one question: How do you sleep at night?