SPOKANE — A man who was shot in the head in east Omak early Saturday morning is still in critical condition at Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane this morning, police say.
OMAK — Fans like the new $5.4 million Omak Stampede arena.
EAST WENATCHEE — Two East Wenatchee men were arrested Friday on suspicion of possessing property stolen from vehicles in the Briarwood residential housing development last week.
CHELAN — A 14-acre fire on Lake Chelan's north shore that threatened an outbuilding and camp trailer Sunday was likely sparked by an electric fence, firefighters say.
A report on Page A3 in the weekend World incorrectly described the location of work near Winthrop. Motorists should expect short delays on Highway 20 near that community Monday through Thursday, according to the state Department of Transportation.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — The Washington Explosion 16A fastpitch made it to the final day of play in the national tournament in Sioux Falls July 27-30, but were toppled by the Tulsa Eagles, 5-4.
EAST WENATCHEE — Three Wenatchee Valley golfers will get a chance to compete against some of the best junior golfers in the world this week in the American Junior Golf Association’s tournament at Wenatchee.
WENATCHEE — The loss of the Arena Football League could turn out to be the Wenatchee Valley Venom’s gain.
Health care, boiled down to pure economics, is often referred to as an "industry." In this region, there are few bigger and more economically significant. But this "industry" goes far beyond cold economics, with profound impacts on the health, welfare and security of an entire region. So when a key health care institution like Central Washington Hospital begins rebuilding from the ground up, it's time to pause and consider the impacts. They will be substantial.
QUINCY — The Quincy City Hall council chambers housed the official end of a police chief's career last week and the official installation of his temporary replacement three days later.
WENATCHEE — As the tongues wag about state motorcycle helmet law, federally approved helmets are flying off the shelves at local motorcycle shops.
LEAVENWORTH — After a seven-year wait, construction on a $10.6 million remodel of Cascade Medical Center is finally set to begin.
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OMAK — A man was shot in the head shortly after midnight Friday in Omak in what may have been a drive-by shooting.
Without expansion, said John Hamilton, in five years “we’d be routinely transferring patients out of the valley for care, to Seattle or Spokane. That’s terrible, but it would be the truth of it, and when you’re sick is no time to be out of town.”
The list of amenities in the 173 rooms of the new hospital tower make it sound like a five-star hotel.
WENATCHEE — With bond sales behind it, Central Washington Hospital is beginning a $118 million expansion project that will add 188,000 square feet of space in a five-story tower.
WENATCHEE — Like an invisible force field, relatively sound lending and stable home prices once shielded this area from the epidemic foreclosure levels elsewhere in the state and country.