OMAK — Sweet Lemon Clothing Company Boutique has expanded its business just in time for its one-year anniversary sale, July 11 and 12.
TONASKET — USDA-inspected meat processing will be available to local livestock producers in Tonasket in the near future, thanks to collaboration between the Methow Conservancy and Double S Meats.
RIVERSIDE — Roger and Lori Sawyer celebrated one year of ownership of DeTros Western Store with a barbeque, saddle raffle and 30 percent off sale Tuesday, March 26.
im and Julie Alley were named this year’s grand marshals for Founders Day 2019, announced at the annual Tonasket Chamber of Commerce banquet Saturday, Jan. 26.
Tonasket City Planner Kurt Danison of Highland Associates and city council member Jill Ritter presented information on the U.S. Highway 97 Reconstruction Project, formerly known as the “Magnificent Mile,” to the chamber of commerce Tuesday, Jan. 8.
Seven months of steadily rising housing inventory reversed course in October when Northwest Multiple Listing Service (MLS) brokers added the fewest new listings since February, according to a new report.
Brick Wall, the new owner of Oroville's Hornets Nest, comes by his passion for flipping a good burger honestly. His father owned DJ's, a burger joint located across from Oroville High School, from 1991 to 1995.
Deb Barrett soaks up the sights and scents of her heart’s delight, savoring the aroma of her freshly roasted coffee as she serves it to friends old and new in her recently-opened coffeehouse, Steam Bee Goods Co. “I love making folks happy a cup at a time,” said Barrett. “I’m having a ball.”
The 2018 Okanogan County Career Connections EXPO at the Okanogan County Fairground Agriplex is shaping up to be a big event, with more than 75 vendors confirmed and some new representatives scheduled to appear.
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) staff have been authorized to lethally remove wolves who have been preying on cattle grazing on federal lands in the Kettle River Range of Ferry County. The authorization, announced Sept. 12, comes from WDFW Director Kelly Susewind, following repeated attacks on cattle.
Columbia River Carbonates (CRC) closed their Wauconda quarry this past spring, but will phase out closing their loading site at the Janis Bridge over the next year or so.
Sarah Long is stoked to be Family Health Centers' newest medical provider. A certified nurse midwife and women's health nurse practitioner, Long will begin seeing patients in the Tonasket area in mid-September.
VANCOUVER, B.C. - Atlas Cloud Enterprises Inc. has completed build-out and component renovations at its dedicated Bitcoin mining enterprise location in Electric City.
A USDA-certified mobile slaughtering unit may soon be located in Tonasket. City council members directed staff to work with the Planning Commission to review the zoning code and make a recommendation to council on if, where and under what conditions a slaugherhouse would be permitted.
Hector and Victor Maldonado are hoping to salvage the summer yet, despite three blocks of pear trees and cherry trees water-logged under the past couple weeks of flooding.
Lewis Blakeney, a certified business adviser with the Washington Small Business Development Center, was named the network’s 2018 “star performer” for his work with small business owners in north central Washington.
Water levels in Osoyoos Lake are rising as the over-abundance of late- season snows begin to run off in Canada, causing flood warnings along the Okanogan and Similkameen rivers in the United States.
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- Melvin Albert Alumbaugh
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