Mill hopes to hire about 30 more workers by summer
Omak Wood Products has hired a general manager to oversee operations of the plywood and veneer mill as it continues to progress toward adding more shifts.
I’ve never had to write one of these columns. At my last newspaper, I was released unceremoniously, the victim of a bad newspaper economy and — in my humble opinion — even worse decision-making.
The first week of the legislative session flew by quickly — and offered a few surprises.
Proponents say higher minimum would be beneficial to the economy
A proposal by the governor to significantly raise the state’s minimum wage has been given a cold reception this week by 7th and 12th District lawmakers.
All-time highs set throughout region
Record-setting temperatures swept through North-Central Washington over the weekend and Monday.
Land purchases, wolves also remain central
Transportation issues and state land acquisitions are expected to be major topics during the upcoming legislative session.
Thursday ruling brings mandatory school funding to the forefront
Thursday’s state Supreme Court order demanding further action on implementing the McCleary school funding ruling could throw a monkey wrench into legislators’ anticipated slow session.
Going through back issues of The Chronicle, it’s been fun to reminisce a little about some of the stories that made headlines and the memorable photos that have captured moments.
Opening set for August 2014
Gamble Sands Golf Club architect David McLay Kidd believes his latest project — located south of state Highway 17 on the Colville Indian Reservation and set to open in August 2014 — will have the ability to transform the town of Brewster and its surrounding areas into tourist destinations.
World-renowned course designer calls location a ‘perfect 10’
Twelve years in the making, a concept to bring a world-class golf course to Brewster is nearing completion.