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Old buildings include former Chronicle office
I don’t know what triggered this, but is there someone who can identify the oldest building in Omak that is still in use?
Election bill may save tax money
When the Legislature meets, all too often lawmakers pass bills that cost taxpayers money.
Every year, I look forward to watching the Super Bowl.
With the ongoing debate about income inequality and increasing the minimum wage, it’s important to revisit the basics.
Look for plot hints in subtle foreshadowing
I can’t remember where I read this, high school or college, or the name of the writer nor the publication in which he wrote.
Governor’s minimum wage proposal lacks understanding of state’s rural economies
Gov. Jay Inslee wants the Legislature to dramatically raise the minimum wage this year.
As you can tell by the front page today, The Chronicle has joined the bandwagon following the Seattle Seahawks to the SuperBowl. I’m sure many of you have, too.
Every year, the federal government issues hundreds of burdensome regulations, covering everything from domestic energy production to the specific types of light bulbs you can buy to the dust found on a farm.
I’ve never had to write one of these columns. At my last newspaper, I was released unceremoniously, the victim of a bad newspaper economy and — in my humble opinion — even worse decision-making.
Last week, I stumbled upon a new-to-me use for binder clips as I was faced with trying to use loose tea to make a cup of hot tea at work.
‘Full-time cat’ shares his story
Hi. Since this is the first time you have heard from me, let me introduce myself. Name: Grayson, known as Cat for short. Occupation: Full-time cat.