Problems with the NoaNet broadband system this morning slowed Internet service to end users of the Okanogan County Public Utility District’s fiber-optic network and caused problems for people trying to file for elective office through the state.
Events, economic development to be discussed
A meeting to discuss upcoming Ferry County community events and economic development projects is planned for 6 p.m. Thursday.
Construction crews soon will raise a marquee sign for the new 12 Tribes Resort and Casino south of Omak off U.S. Highway 97.
A webinar discussing ways to create jobs, improve local economy, add value to existing businesses and encourage new entrepreneurs is set for Friday.
A marketing and business development program to assist communities affected by the looming closure of Kinross Kettle River-Buckhorn mine is set for Jan. 14.
State health officials have suspended the license of Snohomish County massage therapist Steven Lee Cook indefinitely for sexual misconduct.
Washington state to remain the highest in the nation with a minimum wage of $9.47 per hour
Site was formerly considered a hazard by state Department of Ecology officials
Gas prices in Okanogan, Omak and Riverside are among lowest in the region
Registered nurse's behavior leads to license suspension
Officials want to hear from farmers and ranchers on how the Palouse River and Coulee City Rail Service can be improved
Second judge rules in favor of a city banning the sale of retail marijuana within its jurisdiction despite I-502 approval
Vote for your favorite businesses and amenities in Okanogan and Ferry counties
The Chronicle office, 618 Okoma Drive, will close at 3 p.m. Friday.
Tonasket business group to discuss membership, officer nominations and goals for next year