OMAK – Two long-time employees of Harrison Jewelers, which closed in January, will open a new jewelry and clothing store, named The Prickly Pear, in the Harrison building at 4 North Main in Omak on Tuesday, Nov. 1.
TONASKET – Brothers Josh and Zach Kulmann have opened The Kuhler Bar and Grill in Tonasket and in addition to a fully stocked bar will be serving lunch and dinner daily.
The new business opened in the former Tonasket Saloon at 302 S. Whitcomb Ave. in downtown Tonasket on Aug. 28. It will be open at 11 a.m. seven days a week, say the brothers.
OROVILLE – The Carbon Cycle Crush team demonstrated the mills they will soon begin using to crush 100 tons of canola seed a day into oil and meal in the very near future.
OROVILLE – In addition to adding additional indoor storage units, the Oroville Mini Storage has added covered units for RV storage and units for boats, cars and trucks.
OROVILLE – Dirty Paws Pet Grooming recently opened at 2311 N. Highway 97 in Oroville by Kindra Anderson.
OROVILLE – The Quick Stop Mini Mart, owned by Sirjit Singh, recently reopened in Oroville at 2208 Juniper.
OROVILLE – GDICOM, the internet provider owned by Gold Digger Apples, has undergone some changes with new personnel and pricing for their services.
OROVILLE – The Okanogan Family Health Center has opened a new dental clinic in Oroville, celebrating their grand opening April 21 with a ribbon cutting.
TONASKET – The Evolution Fitness Center of Tonasket was bought by Brandi and Larry Clark and they officially took control of the gym on April 7.
OROVILLE – Keith Collier, Train Master with the Cascade and Columbia River Railroad made a presentation to the Oroville Chamber of Commerce on the short lines impacts on the local economy.