OMAK — North Cascades Athletic Club recently added a CrossFit affiliate class to its slate of group exercise classes.
The second in a series of economic round table discussions will be held at the Oroville Grange, 622 Fir St., at 10 a.m. today.
A historic business and one of northern Okanogan County’s largest retailer - Hughes Department Store - will not close after all.
Two historic businesses – Hughes Department Store and Hughes Warehouse — will close their doors next month.
Campos, Mills and Bourgeau bring experience to downtown Omak
A stylist for 17 years, Florencia Campos recently opened New Image Hair Salon to provide services for the hair needs of men, women and children.
What started out as a picnic table along the side of O’Neil Road and an abundant supply of nectarines has developed into a one-of-a-kind local market, selling everything from local coffee, to flash frozen Alaskan cuisine.
Store located in former Novel Delights building
The city's best kept secret for custom cupcakes and a former Okanogan home decor store, Jackass Butte Trading Company, have opened a new shop downtown.
The Chronicle Best of... poll is now available online.
Longtime cafe returns following hiatus since 2014
The restaurant in a longtime downtown building is up and running again after a hiatus of more than a year.
Artist Brad Skiff sweeps political cartoon division
The Chronicle received one of the state’s top newspaper awards Friday night, being named runner-up for general excellence in its circulation category.
Renew Spa, the last portion of the 12 Tribes Resort Casino to open, had its soft opening last week.
State Parks will continue to monitor boat launch, parking
The Conconully Lake Resort has permanently closed its doors.
Chris Thew hired as Chronicle managing editor and will oversee newsroom operations.
The store not only built beds for Korean War veteran Martin Silverhall and his dog, it is also feeding fire evacuees.
The state Department of Natural Resources is shutting down all industrial forest activities in most of Eastern Washington for the first time in more than 20 years.