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.
OLYMPIA – Oroville Contract Liquor Store No. 565 is now open at a temporary location at 2311 Main St. (north of NAPA) in Oroville. A permanent location is expected to open by January 2009.
Advanced Forest Management, owned by Jim and Jean Vernon, has started a new branch of business. They have opened a small rock quarry just south of Chesaw.
OROVILLE – Gary Dobbins is the new branch manager at the Oroville branch of Baines Title and Escrow.
TONASKET – There’s a new fitness option in town if sweating it out on the treadmill just isn’t your style.
TONASKET – A long-time Tonasket store is under new ownership.
Jerry and Stephanie Bradley bought the II Sisters Video Store on Whitcomb Avenue on April 16. They have since sold their house in Enumclaw and moved east.
OMAK – Odyssey Recycle wants the chance to turn what you might think is junk into cash.
OROVILLE – Edna Leslie has packed up her scissors and shears and moved to a new location off Central Ave. in Oroville.