OROVILLE – Fitness is about more than sweating on a treadmill, and dance about more than flashy costumes.
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TONASKET – Skateboards and bikes are no longer legal on some city sidewalks.
TONASKET – Sending flowers just got a little bit easier for Tonasket residents.
The Wild Rose opened on Whitcomb Street in mid-July after several months of work in the former hair styling shop. It is Tonasket’s first custom flower shop.
TONASKET – A new business in Oroville is offering help to North County residents in restoring relaxation and balance to their lives.
OROVILLE – Although it’s currently got the same name, Don’s Fruit Stand south of Oroville on Highway 97 is under new ownership.
TONASKET – The building housing Ty Olson Construction, Inc. was a total loss in a fire July 1.
NORTH COUNTY – Lightning storms, dry grass and fireworks proved too much for the desert landscape to take last week.
More than 350 ground strikes by lightening from Cle Elum to the Canadian border set off dozens of regional fires, including several in the Okanogan and Oroville areas, according to Central Washington Interagency Communications Center
TONASKET – The air-conditioned school board room was the place to be while temperatures scorched outside last Monday night.
TONASKET – State of the art technology may be coming to Tonasket.
The North Valley Hospital Board approved a feasibility study and will draft a lease plan for a General Electric brand 16 Slice CT Scanner.
TONASKET – There’s nothing quite like a dog – they share your bed, come when they’re called and never talk back.