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OLYMPIA — Several Omak-Okanogan County Chronicle news staff members brought home awards during the 133rd annual Washington Newspaper Publishers Association Better Newspaper Contest during a virtual awards ceremony Friday, Oct. 9.

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OLYMPIA — Several Omak-Okanogan County Chronicle news staff members brought home awards during the 133rd annual Washington Newspaper Publishers Association Better Newspaper Contest during a virtual awards ceremony Friday, Oct. 9.

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OROVILLE — Folks craving a juicy cheeseburger and cold drink will soon have their needs met at the Brickhouse Restaurant.

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OMAK— Folks wanting to improve their mental and physical well being can do so at 108 State of Mind, a new yoga business at 12 S. Main St.  

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RIVERSIDE — The former Riverside Saloon and Steakhouse will reopen next month with a new name and hopes to offer a family dining experience.

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MOSES LAKE — How can Washington state address a $4 billion budget shortfall if the governor will not call a special legislative session to discuss the problem?

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TONASKET— The Tonasket branch of Potlatch No. 1 Financial Credit Union is slated to open Monday, July 27, in the former Wells Fargo Bank building at 16 W. Fifth St.

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OMAK — The U.S. Department of the Interior is abandoning plans to reintroduce grizzly bears to the North Cascades after listening to concerns from residents.

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OKANOGAN – The Okanogan County Fair likely won’t happen this year, but alternate events are in the works for youngsters with market animals and those with still life projects.

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OMAK — The Omak JCPenney store, a fixture in town since 1928, is among those being closed as the company downsizes amid a Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing.

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OKANOGAN - Greg Hamilton, who worked for more than 40 years at the family business, Hamilton Farm Equipment and now Washington Tractor, is retiring this month.

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TONASKET — The Chamber of Commerce selected Grant Leavell, owner of Grant’s Market, as the 2020 Founders’ Day grand marshal.