OROVILLE – Languishing for over two years, the Desert Breeze condominiums in downtown Oroville not only have new owners, but a new name and attitude.
TONASKET – In September of 1973, Leonard Hedlund made the best move of his life.
That was when he bought what was to become Hedlund Chevrolet, from Bynum and Gene Robins of Oroville.
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.