OROVILLE – Nick Akins, vice-president of Akins Harvest Foods, spoke at the Oroville Chamber of Commerce’s November meeting about of the history of the family-owned stores, as well as recent updates to the stores in Oroville and Quincy – including online shopping and self-checkout stands.
Looking to get some firewood? Busy Beavers Firewood has plenty of it. Recently, Busy Beavers Firewood owners, Shane Knowlton and his wife Pamela Knowlton, decided to take their business full time.
OROVILLE — Members of Gebbers Farms assured business owners and community members gathered at Oroville’s April 13 Chamber of Commerce meeting they planned to be in Oroville for the long run
TONASKET – Recently, Kris West and her daughter in-law Amanda West have opened their new shop, West Family Homestead in Tonasket.
OMAK – There are some great new changes coming to the local Omak Ford Dealership, one being Damskov Auto is under new management.
OROVILLE — After months of rumors, representatives of both Prince’s Center and the Country Store verify that the Country Store will be the center’s newest tenant, taking over the space that once held Prince’s and Hughes’ Department Stores.
OROVILLE – The Oroville City Council voted to approve acceptance of an $839,784 Public Works Grant from the federal Economic Development Administration (EDA) to improve road infrastructure near the Cascade & Columbia Railroad’s railhead.
OROVILLE – Kyle Siekmann from Green Okanogan pled his case for recycling at last Thursday’s Oroville Chamber of Commerce meeting.
OROVILLE – Okanogan County Economic Alliance and Washington State Worksource will be in Oroville on Thursday, Oct 6 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. to meet with jobseekers, employers, and those interested in small business assistance.
OROVILLE – Tim and Dianna Naillon, the owners of the Pastime Bar and Grill, today announced several big changes are in store for the establishment.