Join local law enforcement for National Night Out

The Oroville Police Department and Oroville CARES is hosting National Nighto Out at Madeline Wells Park on On Tuesday, Aug. 3.

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News Submitted photo/ Megan Barton
After months of suffering, Megan Barton said she now enjoys freedom and an increased sense of health, upon being vaccinated.
From one who knows: Vaccine relieves long-haul COVID-19 symptoms
News Source: Washington State Department of Ecology
Ecology declares drought emergency
Heat advisory issued for Okanogan County

Health officials recommend taking extra precautions to avoid heat-related illness

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Lee Frank Mercantile celebrates 100 years
[gps-image name="25583050_web1_lee-frank_1.jpg"] By Laura Knowlton
Department of Ecology issues drought advisory for most of the state

Driest March-April since 1926 prompts first time use of new early warning tool

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Update on the use of facial coverings in public spaces

Facial coverings are still required in specific locations regardless of vaccination status

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Candidate Filing Week is May 17 – May 21

Candidate Filing Week is May 17-21 and election offices across the state are accepting applications for public office.

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Oroville Robotics Team receives championship trophy

Oroville High School Robotics Team returned home with a first place finish plus several other awards.

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