State superintendent tells WA school districts to ignore Parents Bill of Rights law

A new parents bill of rights took effect Thursday in Washington, but SSPI Chris Reykdal is telling school districts to ignore it.

By Gazette-Tribune • June 10, 2024 8:30 am
Okanogan County Commissioners set date for implementing burn restrictions/ban

Implementation based on recommendation from Okanogan County Fire Advisory Board

By Gary DeVon • June 4, 2024 8:30 am
Washington’s Styrofoam ban goes into effect on Saturday

That container of leftovers from your favorite restaurant may look different starting Saturday…

By Gazette-Tribune • June 3, 2024 8:30 am
Landowners have until June 30 to apply for DNR Rivers and Habitat Open Space Program

The statewide program reimburses landowners who sell or donate land or timber for permanent conservation, helping protect endangered species.

By Gazette-Tribune • May 31, 2024 8:30 am
Quilts of Honor

Three awarded Quilts of Honor during Vietnam-erapinning in Oroville.

By Gazette-Tribune • May 30, 2024 8:30 am
Tonasket and Oroville to hold graduations this Saturday

Tonasket and Oroville high schools will be holding their commencement ceremonies Saturday, June 1.

By Gazette-Tribune • May 29, 2024 8:30 am
Green Okanogan volunteers greet visitors at the GO Recycling Center. Photo courtesy Green Okanogan Sponsored
June 17, 2024 6:00 am
Oroville’s National Night Out, first organized in 2021 under Police Chief Michael Langford, has evolved into a festival of family-friendly activities. Photo courtesy of City of Oroville. Sponsored
May 20, 2024 6:00 am
GO began recycling in 2010. Opening to the public in 2015. Since then, GO volunteers have recycled over two million pounds of recyclable materials. Sponsored
February 5, 2024 6:00 am
Christine Quintasket or Hum-ishu-ma, better known by her author name, Mourning Dove, was the first Native American woman to publish a novel west of the Rockies. Photo courtesy Borderlands Historical Society Sponsored
May 8, 2023 6:00 am