Almost 250 people showed up Wednesday, Jan. 10, to apply for jobs at the new Okanogan Market IGA.
The Northwest Native Development Fund has received a grant to support its Plateau Native Arts Project.
A retirement open house is planned for 5-7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 23, for Dr. Rob Justus.
At its first meeting of the new year, the Brewster Chamber of Commerce resolved to advocate for the city’s business and commercial interests, rather than solely plan events.
A Canadian company has purchased a 6,600-square-foot building in Electric City for use in digital currency “mining.”
Part-time employees now have access to paid sick leave, and the state’s minimum wage increased to $11.50 per hour at the start of this year.
World-champion equestrian Melissa Sexton wants to buck the notion that horsemanship poses too great a cost for youth.
Monty Archer has always had a passion for remote-controlled flying and photography.
The Chronicle welcomes Sarah Highfield as its new south Okanogan County reporter.
The Chronicle has named Brock Hires managing editor of the newspaper.
The fast foodstuff and longtime employees remain unchanged. But next door to the convenience store at Omak’s Conoco gas station, 414 Hanford St., a new owner bustles in his office, monitoring eight new security cameras and hatching other store improvements.
Average holiday spending this year is expected to reach more than $967 per person, or 3.4 percent more than last year.
Libby Harrison has been elected president of the Pateros Chamber of Commerce for 2018.
The Omak Chamber of Commerce has named its business and citizen of the year. Business of the year is the Omak Pharmacy.
Tonasket Chamber of Commerce President Marylou Kriner applaud the volunteers and chamber members for what she called a successful Winterfest celebration.