SPOKANE – The Oroville Youth Cheerleading Program traveled to Spokane on Oct. 22 to participate in a league competition and the Oroville Honey Bees placed first in their division, earning them the opportunity to compete at Regionals in Santa Clara, Calif. On Nov. 19.
OMAK – Citizens’ Climate Lobby and Audubon Washington will present a program “Saving our Farms, Forests, and Fish While Strengthening the Economy.”
NESPELEM – Ninety-eight pronghorn antelope were released on the Colville Indian Reservation recently; this is the second transplant operation since January 2016. The Colville Tribes’ Fish and Wildlife (CTFW) Department worked with the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) to coordinate efforts that included helicopter captures from several antelope populations near Elko, Nevada.
OKANOGAN -There will be a Special Meeting of the Board of Commissioners of the Okanogan County Public Utility District for a Budget Workshop on Monday, Nov. 6.
OROVILLE — An Oroville Police Officer finds himself on administrative leave after being arrested by fellow officers for suspicion of DUI.
TONASKET – For the last year, Kent Woodruff, a retired US Forest Service biologist from Winthrop, has been engaging people across the west in discussions about what we can do to soften the impacts of climate change.
TONASKET – North Valley Hospital District has chosen not to pursue a Veterans Community Based Outpatient Clinic.
OMAK – Citizens’ Climate Lobby and Audubon Washington will present a program “Saving our Farms, Forests, and Fish While Strengthening the Economy” on Tuesday, Nov. 7 at the 12 Tribes Casino in Omak starting at 6:30 p.m.
OKANOGAN – Okanogan County Public Utility District will be holding a special meeting on Monday, Oct. 23 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. where the board of commissioners will review the proposed 2018 budget.
TONASKET – Tonasket Fire Department volunteers were called into action Tuesday, Oct. 17, when an outbuilding at an unoccupied residence about a half mile north of Tonasket on Highway 97 caught fire.