American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- also in Canada O·ka·na·gan (ōˌkə-nŏgˈən)Okanogan A river, about 483 km (300 mi) long, flowing southward from Lake Okanagan in southern British Columbia, Canada, to the Columbia River in north-central Washington.
“For example: An acquaintence of mine in Okanogan County who helps runs one of the larger fruit-processing businesses had a really good, simple idea:”
“My snow story ... about 12 years ago we wintered in Okanogan County (No. Central Wash), in one of the small outlaying communities.”
“As a candidate for PUD Commissioner in Okanogan County this year (I lost the primary), by far the most common, non-partisan feedback I got from Okanogan County residents was that they absolutely HATED the '' pick-a-party '' primary.”
“Why doesn't Goldmark ever mention that he was a School Board member for over 10 yrs. in Okanogan until last November.”
“My place is next door in Okanogan County, so the opinion that matters on this subject belongs to my neighbors in Chelan County ...”
“More Democrats voted in Okanogan County than Republicans.”
“Second, although the Times printed Jessett's letter, they have yet to make a formal correction — unless it doesn't show up when you search on "Okanogan".”
“A retirement party for Gahimer is planned for 7 p.m. Jan. 10 at the Agriplex at the Okanogan”
“He started his law enforcement career as a police officer in Alaska and then later for the Tonasket Police Department before coming to work for the Okanogan County Sheriff's Office in 1988.”
“After today, Dec. 31, the Okanogan County Sheriff's Office “is going to have to figure out a way to function without Sgt. Ernie Gahimer, who will be retiring after 20 years of service,” said sheriff”
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