TONASKET – The sale of Hedlund Chevrolet to Tony Booth became official on Friday, May 1. The business is now OK Chevrolet.
OROVILLE – They’re waiting for their shop to be finished, but River’s Edge Embroidery and Heat Transfers can still fill your orders for custom designed shirts, hats, jackets and much more.
AENEAS VALLEY – “Convenience with a healthy attitude” is the new motto for the Aeneas Valley store which reopened on Sept. 10.
TONASKET-The Tonasket Natural Foods Co-op has changed management recently.
OROVILLE – Fitness is about more than sweating on a treadmill, and dance about more than flashy costumes.
OROVILLE – Pat and Jody Davisson have purchased Beeman’s North Grocery in Oroville and will be operating it under its new name Frontier Foods.
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.
OMAK – A long-time Okanogan shop has a new home off Omak Road in Omak.
Shady Creek Gardens and Ponds recently moved to 388 Omak Road, about a half mile east of the Wal-Mart in Omak.