Area entrepreneurs already showing interest in land
The city may turn an unused landfill into a commercial and recreational area on Starr Road, about two miles south of town, and it has already generated some interest from business owners.
Three brokers have joined the Omak Windermere office.
June 11, 2014- Business Briefs
Committee to make recommendations on spending $580,000 for Colville National Forest-related resource projects
Kinross Gold Corp. has decided to stop spending money on an environmental review of a project proposed in 2009.
Okanogan irrigation board to meet at 11 a.m. Thursday to discuss personnel issues
Water level prompts north-shore terminal to be moved to Sanpoil River
Health officials are warning residents not to eat raw clover sprouts from Evergreen Fresh Sprouts, LLC.
New Three Rivers Hospital CEO takes pay cut for job
New Three Rivers Hospital CEO J. Scott Graham has signed a three-year contract at a salary of $180,000 per year plus benefits.
Steering system issue disrupted service for seven days
Two people filed for the Ferry County sheriff’s position on the first day of election filing Monday.
Gecko Growers, Blewett Pass Farms get nod
Two more North-Central Washington companies have been granted business licenses by the state to operate recreational marijuana producing and processing facilities.
Staff members are staying on
The fitness center and medical equipment shop on Main Avenue have changed hands, but customers will continue to see familiar faces there.
May 14, 2014- Business Briefs
K.C. Sherwood began work Monday
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