Omak High School Assistant Principal Joanne Warren has been named as one of the top administrators among the Caribou Trail League schools and has been nominated for a statewide award.
Association to host "legislative day," reception
Former Chronicle employee takes over bowling alley
Teresa Myers has been promoted to advertising manager of The Chronicle.
Three Kings Day brings out the breadmakers
Hundreds of families took part Monday in Three Kings Day with a sweet tradition derived from the Bible, and two local bakeries provided the goods.
Teresa Myers replaces Lynn Hoover as leader of newspapers advertising department.
Cost of hospital remodel draws state finding
The state auditor has scolded North Valley Hospital for its remodeling project business practices in 2013.
Hufnagel will remain in position through April
Three Rivers Hospital’s chief executive officer has resigned, effective at the end of April.
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.
Faulty air compressor blamed for flame that damaged sawmill
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.
Federal emergency benefits end for thousands
With the end of harvest season, unemployment in North-Central Washington has started to tick back up.
Open house set for late January
Okanogan Valley Pharmacy is under new ownership, with an open house planned for Jan. 23.
The state’s minimum wage will rise to $9.32 per hour on New Year’s Day.
The Tribal Tribune has hired two new employees and welcomed back longtime employee Roger Jack.
Three Rivers CEO 'Bud' Hufnagel plans to step down in April