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Local trooper gets big response to his "legal or not' question

“Legal or not legal? Let’s have some fun, go!”. That’s was the message posted on Twitter Tuesday morning by Washington State Patrol Trooper Jeremy Weber. Those words were accompanied by a picture of a truck pulling a fifth-wheeler with a trailer behind that. Weber is public information officer...
CHELAN COUNTY, WA
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Fish and Wildlife commission approves upcoming budget

OLYMPIA, Wash. - The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission approved the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is buying three new properties as part of its requests for the 2023 budget. The Commission authorized WDFW to buy a 60-acre property in the Quincy Lake Wildlife Area in Grant County, two...
OKANOGAN COUNTY, WA
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Community Foundation of NCW Awards $402,000 in Grants to NCW Nonprofits

NCW - The Community Foundation of NCW has awarded $402,000 in Regional Impact Grants (RIG) to nonprofits addressing community needs and enhancing the quality of life in Chelan, Douglas, and Okanogan counties. The RIG provided core operating and project-specific support on a quarterly basis (from July 2021 to June 2022)...
OKANOGAN COUNTY, WA
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First unofficial primary ballot count for Okanogan County

OKANOGAN – Lloyd Caton Jr. and Jon Neal were the top vote getters for Okanogan County Commissioner Position 3 in the first count of primary ballots on election day, Tuesday, Aug. 2. Results are unofficial at this point with about 1000 votes left to count, according to election officials at the county auditor’s office.
OKANOGAN COUNTY, WA

How to rebuild in a time of endless fire

The story that takes place after an acute disaster such as a fire or a flood is generally unglamorous, especially when compared with the adrenaline-charged heroics of fighting fires or rescuing people who are trapped or injured. In this era of catastrophe, we can always distract ourselves with the next fire, the next flood, the next tragedy — ride the crest of the drama without asking what happens in the years after a place burns.
PATEROS, WA
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