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Number of county residents who tested postive for COVID-19 tops 5000

The county’s two-week Incident Rate continues to drop in October

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News Steelhead and salmon populations in the Columbia River have long been a concern amongst the the operation of federal hydroelectric dams on the river. File photo
Biden-Harris Administration announces steps to improve conditions for salmon in Columbia River...
Business Oroville and Brewster to revive “The Heartbeat of these Towns.”
NCWEDD presents Strategic Visioning Workshop
U.S. Coast Guard Damage Controlman Chief Hughes promoted

Hughes is the son of Oroville residents Glen and Kathy Hughes.

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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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Okanogan County PUD budget challenges shared

Okanogan County PUD Commissioners officially opened the 2022 budget hearing Sept. 27 and discussed possible impacts to the budget still ahead.

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