The Colville Confederated Tribes and Taylor Woodstone will be hosting a job fair: When: Wednesday, April 30, two sessions: from 10 a.m. to noon and 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Legally grown marijuana has arrived in North-Central Washington. Monkey Grass Farms began bringing plants in to its Wenatchee facility Monday after announcing it has received producer and processor business licenses from the state Liquor Control Board.
The Oroville Chamber of Commerce has started a new account to receive funds donated for a designated community in need, with Oso selected as the first recipient.
An open house, to answer questions about the state’s project to repave the main road through Okanogan and Omak, is planned for Wednesday.
Ferry, Okanogan emergency call systems affected
The state has launched an investigation into a CenturyLink telephone problem that put 911 emergency service on hold Thursday morning.
Stonerose names interim director REPUBLIC — Katherine Meade, a longtime Ferry County resident and business owner, has been named interim executive director of Stonerose Interpretive Center.
Josh Stendera has joined North Cascades Bank as senior vice president and chief credit officer. He is based at the bank’s Wenatchee branch at 614 Mission St.
Residents petition company to correct park’s moniker
The city’s Deep Bay Park was suffering from an identity crisis, but the problem apparently has been fixed.
Nonprofit group raises money to protect police dogs
The Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office’s K-9 corps has received three ballistic vests to protect the dogs.
County to expand Parks and Recreation duties
The Okanogan County Parks and Recreation Board will soon be repurposed to serve the entire county, and a new board in charge of overseeing the county fair will be created.
Several candidates vie for five seats
Neither Omak District incumbent is seeking re-election to the Colville Business Council.
Animal control officer asks for new anti-cruelty provisions
The City Council is complete once again with the appointment of a new fifth member last week. Sergio Orozco was selected and sworn in during the March 26 meeting, Finance Director Karen Brown said.
The city is getting a state grant to help it preserve public records.
Drivers should plan ahead to minimize delays as widening of Interstate 90 gets under way in Snoqualmie Pass next month
Tax proposal for e-cigarettes stalls and legislative session ends