Arts and Entertainment <p><em>On Feb. 12 local author Brent Baker (right) hosted a book signing party for his debut novel, “Breaking Yesterday,” at Beyer’s Market, along two other artists, Nicole Unser and Caleb Knowlton, who have worked with Baker on projects. </em></p>
                                <p>Laura Knowlton/staff photo</p> <p><em>On Feb. 12 local author Brent Baker (right) hosted a book signing party for his debut novel, “Breaking Yesterday,” at Beyer’s Market, along two other artists, Nicole Unser and Caleb Knowlton, who have worked with Baker on projects. </em></p>
                                <p>Laura Knowlton/staff photo</p>

Local artist hosts book signing event

Brent Baker has written a debut novel, a Christian speculative thriller, called “Breaking Yesterday.”

By Laura Knowlton
News All regions of the state have moved into Phase 2 of the Washington Healthy reopening plan.
Entire state to progress into Phase 2 of Healthy Washington reopening planning
News Source: OCPH
A chart showing COVID-19 vaccinations statewide, as well as the number of vaccinations in Okanogan County.
Okanogan County suffers its thirty-fourth COVID related death
Arnie Marchand writes new book ‘What is Your Name’

Arnie Marchand has written a new book, “What is Your Name” the follow up to “The Way I Heard It.”

By Gary DeVon
County health officials announce Coordinated Vaccine Distribution and Communication Plan

County health officials have collaborative plan to provide access to the COVID-19 vaccine.

By Gazette-Tribune
Okanogan County hit by cyber attack, affecting phone and email

County government has experienced a cyber-attack affecting the services provided to the community.

By Gazette-Tribune
Rep. Newhouse to vote for Trumps impeachment

U.S. Rep. Dan Newhouse (R-WA) announced he will vote for the Articles of Impeachment against President Trump.

By Gazette-Tribune
Two inmates escape jail escape from Okanogan County Jail

Two inmates escaped from Okanogan County Jail in the early morning hours on Tuesday, Dec. 5.

By Laura Knowlton
COVID-19 numbers still high in Okanogan County

It’s a new year, but the number of COVID-19 in Okanogan ounty is not going down fast enough.

By Gary DeVon