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Body found along the banks of the Okanogan River outside Tonasket

A decomposed human body was found Wednesday night on the banks of the Okanogan River south of Tonasket. The Okanogan...

Grizzly reintroduction taken off the table for the North Cascades

OMAK — The reintroduction of grizzly bears into the North Cascades is a non-starter. U.S. Interior Secretary David...

After several delays, new Statler Bridge in Okanogan County is open

After several construction delays, the new Statler Bridge in Okanogan County finally opened Wednesday morning. Parts of Salmon...

Firefighter makes an artistic statement with photos of a pole fire...

Twisp fire station Capt. Jesse Fuller took some artistically inspired photos of a power pole fire late Friday night outside Twisp.

Grant County reports its fourth death from COVID-19

Grant County reported its fourth Covid-19-related death Monday evening, a man in his 50s from Grand Coulee The man...

After lengthy standoff, stolen vehicle, assault suspect surrenders outside Oroville

A stolen vehicle suspect barricaded himself in an outbuilding outside Oroville for close to two and a half hours Sunday before surrendering...

People in Okanogan County report seeing, hearing what appeared to be...

Shortly after 1:30 this afternoon, the Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office began receiving reports from throughout the county of a large explosion or...

Focus on COVID-19 has health officials concerned about people neglecting regular...

The number of people hospitalized for COVID-19 has fallen in the past two weeks at Central Washington Hospital, while at the same time Confluence...

44-year-old woman becomes Okanogan County’s first COVID-19 death

Okanogan County has reported its first COVID-19 death, a 44-year-old woman who died April 18. County Coroner Dave...

Okanogan electric co-op settles with Forest Service over Twisp River Fire

SPOKANE — The Okanogan County Electric Co-op must pay the federal government more than $1 million in suppression costs for the deadly...