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Ten more county residents die from COVID

Deaths occurred in early October 2021 and two of the 10 residents were fully vaccinated

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The Oroville Depot Museum and Visitor Information Center (VIC) has closed for the season. With the border closed because of COVID-19 the number of visitors was down considerably compared to normal years Arnie Marchand, who works at the VIC and museum says he is available to take small groups through the museum by appointment.
Closed border meant fewer visitors to Oroville’s visitor center and museum
Public Power Weeks feature prizes and information

Okanogan County PUD is planning two weeks of events, with lots of goodies along the way, to celebrate public power and their customers.

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Public meeting regarding Osoyoos Lake Level, Oct. 14

There will be a virtual public meeting regarding regulation of Osoyoos Lake water levels on Oct. 14.

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Public Health says COVID outbreak linked to Stampede

Event attendees urged to watch for symptoms of COVID-19

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Public Health reports two more fatalities from virus in North County

State requiring vaccinations for K-12 workers; mask wearing in public places

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Jay Hawkins has retired after 20 years as the Tonasket Tigers high school football coach. Sponsored
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