The Tumbleweed Film Festival continues to expand in Oroville and this year appeared for the first time at four venues over four days. It takes a lot of work for the event’s co-founders, Mo Fine and Geoff Klein, to put on each year, but to them it’s a “labor of love.”
That’s what we’re calling our coverage of the Molson Schoolhouse’s 100th Anniversary Party and the Star Party held for the second year at Pat and Robin Stice’s Eden Valley Guest Ranch. It was great to see all the people who went attended the 100th Anniversary Celebration in Molson Saturday. While some graduated from the school, [...]
While if it bleeds it leads is still a maxim for many in the journalism world, that isn’t always the best policy for a community newspaper.
I’d hope that most of the news we print is based on established facts, not rumor and innuendo.
While it makes sense for a resort to have a dock for their residence and rather than a little dock for every home on the lake to have a “community” dock, Sandalia Resort’s request to expand their dock is just another example of the growing pains Oroville is going through as more people want to [...]
Starting at 4:00 a.m., the mine sweeper YMS-481, along with others of its class, began its second day of clearing the waters near Tarakan City, on the east side of Borneo. Heavily fortified by the Japanese, the oil produced there was of such a high grade that it didn’t need to be refined before being [...]
Don’t threaten the levy – When I say that some might think that I’m referring to the Oroville School Board meeting held last Monday and that the board’s actions threaten the levy. I’m not. What I’m saying is no matter how unpopular the board’s actions, or the superintendent’s for that matter, threatening not to vote for the levy is not a threat against the board, but against the students.
Unfortunately I wasn’t able to attend all of the goings on up in Sinlahekin Wildlife Area these past few weekends. There was a celebration that included lots of opportunity to learn about the history of the area and the wildlife that is so abundant, and in some cases unique, the Sinlahekin.
A headline in Saturday’s Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s Celebrities section reads “Harrison Ford, Jon Meis, Mekayla Diehl and more!”
Such has been life for the family of one of my son’s best friends for the past week and half, sharing headlines with Han Solo and a Miss America contender.
Okanogan County has been without a current Comprehensive Plan for a long time, the latest plan dates back to 1964. Although there’s a large faction that would like to see things return to what were surely simpler times, we need a new Comprehensive Plan to see us into the future. While resources – timber, agriculture, [...]
The county has won their fight, at least for now, to allow All Terrain Vehicles, or ATVs, on nearly 600 miles of county roads. This opens up our small towns to the additional tourists that need to run to town for supplies, visit restaurants and to see the sights. It could definitely bring in more tourist dollars for those that don’t want to hop in the car to make the journey – especially for places like Loomis, Chesaw and Molson. It seems to be good business for Conconully already, so perhaps some of those benefits should be spread around.