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
The newspaper will receive awards in the categories of advertising, news, photography and special sections.
Owners of the Pastime Bar and Grill, Victoria and Brant Hinze, have announced their last day of business, Sept. 4.
Economic Alliance board poised to hire consultant to develop advertising campaign for Okanogan County in wake of the wildfires
Okanogan County Assessor's Office offers help for taxpayers
Brewster-area orchards survive wildfire with minimal damage.
Local store plans to sell marijuana at 23251 state Highway 20
Downtown streetscape construction has caused mixed feelings among business operators.
Owner closes longtime Okanogan restaurant during town festival
Recall election still to be certified; five votes remain
With only a handful of ballots left to count that won’t be enough to tip the scales, Mayor Marilynn Lynn will be recalled from office next week.
Sealing expected near Tonasket and Leahy Junction
Fog-sealing work is expected this week on local highways as part of a region-wide paving project.
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