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Hospital’s attention shifts to cardio rehab

With labor and delivery safe from being cut for the foreseeable future, Three Rivers Hospital medical staff has turned their concern to the cardiopulmonary rehabilitation department.

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Zosel sawmill damaged in early Thursday fire

Faulty air compressor blamed for flame that damaged sawmill

Choice buys Grand Coulee dealership

Fuller and Sons staff will stay on at longtime business

A 26-year-old dealership will soon be under the ownership of a man who recently brought his pre-owned vehicle business back to Omak.

Jobless rates on the rise again

Federal emergency benefits end for thousands

With the end of harvest season, unemployment in North-Central Washington has started to tick back up.

Man purchases local pharmacy

Open house set for late January

Okanogan Valley Pharmacy is under new ownership, with an open house planned for Jan. 23.

Minimum wage rises

The state’s minimum wage will rise to $9.32 per hour on New Year’s Day.

Tribal Tribune brings in new employees

The Tribal Tribune has hired two new employees and welcomed back longtime employee Roger Jack.

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Brewster hospital administrator submits letter of resignation

Three Rivers CEO 'Bud' Hufnagel plans to step down in April

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Businesses seek licenses to sell marijuana

Liquor Control Board receives applications from local retailers wanting to sell recreational marijuana to adults

Board set to meet following doctors’ request

Three Rivers’ new budget plan would net $422,349

Three Rivers Hospital commissioners will meet at noon, Monday for the first time since the contentious Dec. 16 board meeting, when the hospital’s physicians presented a letter calling for Chief Executive Officer Bud Hufnagel’s immediate resignation.

Golf course could revitalize town

Opening set for August 2014

Gamble Sands Golf Club architect David McLay Kidd believes his latest project — located south of state Highway 17 on the Colville Indian Reservation and set to open in August 2014 — will have the ability to transform the town of Brewster and its surrounding areas into tourist destinations.

County hears staff updates OKANOGAN – Short agendas are planned for the Okanogan County commissioners on Monday and Tuesday. Dan McCarthy with Tonasket Emergency Medical Services will be on hand for

Short agendas are planned for the Okanogan County commissioners on Monday and Tuesday. Dan McCarthy with Tonasket Emergency Medical Services will be on hand for an update Monday, along with the county planning department. Public comment is slated for 4 p.m.

Utility discusses future planning

The Okanogan County Public Utility District will meet at 2:30 p.m. Monday at the utility headquarters, 1331 N. Second Ave.

Golf dream nears reality for Gebbers

World-renowned course designer calls location a ‘perfect 10’

Twelve years in the making, a concept to bring a world-class golf course to Brewster is nearing completion.

Pateros OKs ATV use on city streets

City swears in new mayor at last week’s meeting

With little fanfare and no objections, the City Council voted last week to allow all-terrain vehicles on all city streets.