The Chronicle's classified advertising system displays the most comprehensive, up-to-date classifieds for Okanogan County, Ferry County and beyond. Chronicle classifieds appear in 17,000 print copies each week and on The Chron
icle's Web site.
(Deadline for ALL classified ads is 10 a.m. Monday morning)
Weekly Classified Ads (Updated every Tuesday with all classified ads in the current issue of The Chronicle newspaper)
Search Daily Classified Ads (Updated daily after 5 p.m.)
Place a Classified Ad (Free if 15 words or less, item $500 or less)
You also can place an ad by calling (509) 826-1110 or (800) 572-3446, faxing your ad to 826-5819, e-mailing your ad to firstname.lastname@example.org or stopping by 618 Okoma Drive, Omak, WA to place your ad.
with references is looking
for work. Available 24-7.
If you are looking for a
babysitter, call Vanessa at
509-429-8240. Si esta
buscando una ninera
llame a Vanessa at 509-429-8240.
Washington State law
(RCW 18.27.100) requires
that all advertisements for
construction related services include the contractor's current Department
of Labor and Industries
registration number in the
advertisement. Failure to
obtain a certificate of registration from L&I or show
the registration number in
all advertising will result in
a fine up to $5,000 against
the unregistered contractor. For more information,
call Labor & Industries
Specialty Compliance Services at 1 (800) 647-0982
or check L&I's Internet site
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work, lawn & weed care.
(509) 846-6874 or 422-9807 for estimate.
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