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BRIDGEPORT – In the face of an all-day snow falling as of Tuesday afternoon, March 12, several schools in the Quad coverage area are still waiting for field conditions to clear enough to allow even minimal outdoor practice sessions. Athletic fields at Bridgeport, Pateros, and Waterville remain...
PATEROS – Sport fishermen who want the latest local updates on what’s biting and where hereabouts are going to have to find another go-to resource when Yancey Pateros Hardware closes its doors on March 30. Following 13 years of doing business at 164 Pateros Mall the outlet stocked everything from...

Entry to the new ER room will be from the east side if the TRH complex
BREWSTER – Patients arriving for emergency care at Three Rivers Hospital will soon be treated in a new state-of-the-art emergency room that will debut next Tuesday, March 19. The new ER occupies the same building as the old ER at 507 Hospital Way, but the entrance will now be from the east side of...

Tim Andrews is operations manager for Tatley Outpost.
PATEROS – Tatley Outpost, a military veteran-operated ranch on Watson Draw Road north of Pateros, announced earlier this month the formation of a Veteran Internship program as part of its expanding training, learning and recovery mission. In partnership with the Veterans Conservation Corps (VCC)...

This map shows the areas affected by the 2014-15 wildfires and the locations of the three phases of the OCLTRG home rebuild sites.
PATEROS – Beginning on March 19 in Pateros, and running through May 1, in Twisp, the Okanogan County Long Term Recovery Group in partnership with the American Red Cross will host six Fire Strong Workshops in six different locations in Okanogan and Chelan counties to encourage communities and...
BRIDGEPORT – Bridgeport High School will be one of several sites that will host a North Central Washington Opioid Response Conference from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., Friday, March 15. The conference will focus on issues relating to the local opioid crisis, it will be held by the North Central Accountable...
BREWSTER – The second annual Brewster Chamber of Commerce awards banquet honoring the city’s Citizen and Businesses of the Year will be held at Camperos Restaurant at 11:30 a.m., Thursday, March 14. Earlier in the year citizens were invited to nominate their selections for Brewster Citizen of the...

Following a course safety meeting a group of snowmobilers begins to string out along the first leg of the run.
MANSFIELD – Unlike last year’s overcast sky and stiff wind conditions, this year’s annual Mansfield Sportman Club Snowmobile Run was greeted with perfect sunny weather and ideal conditions for a day out in the open with fellow enthusiasts last Sunday, March 3. The doors to the club house located...

Town Hall panel was comprised of, from left: Schrier staffer and Congressional federal agency case worker Tyler Mackay; Clark Hansen, Bread For the World religious based charity; Connie Spitz, Northwest Harvest (food bank advocates); Wenatchee Mayor Frank Kuntz; 8th District Congresswoman Dr. Kim Schrier; Chelan County Commissioner Bob Bugert; Trini Mayo and Kurt Pearson of the USDA.
WENATCHEE -- A town hall meeting was held by newly elected 8th Congressional District Democrat Dr. Kim Schrier as Wenatchee Mayor Frank Kuntz emceed and hosted the event in the packed city hall council chambers meeting room Saturday, Feb., 23. Kuntz announced a new Congressional office has been...

13th District Representative Tom Dent, rear, shown here with high school FFA students, is sponsor of House Bill 1283 supporting county fair funding.
OKANOGAN – Time is running out for local county fair supporters and promoters to add their voices to a pair of bills currently making their way through the State Legislative mill. House Bill 1283 sponsored by 13th District Representative Tom Dent and companion Senate Bill 5277 sponsored by 13th...

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