Albums often offer a small slice of a photo shoot. All pictures from a shoot are available for viewing at the newspaper 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, 618 Okoma Drive in Omak. The newspaper keeps color contact sheets that show every picture kept from a photo assignment. Pictures can also be viewed from stored CDs on a Chronicle computer screen.
While we strive to include as many print sizes and items, MyCapture does offer many other print sizes and other items. If you have a question, give us a call, (509) 826-1110, or email Kris Vigoren at firstname.lastname@example.org with ordering questions.
Other items that we could sell online at MyCapture include picture coasters, matte prints (not shiny, less contrast), hockey puck, other sizes of canvas prints (rolled or mounted), Lustre prints, 11-ounce picture mug (black ceramic), photo apron, premium photo tote bag, and large and small magnets.
A history of the Okanogan Valley as published in the pages of The Chronicle.
A century ago, The Chronicle was founded, in part, as a voice for the residents and community of unincorporated Omak.
This 100-page, large-format book presents a unique look at the history of the area as told by the newspaper's publishers, editors and reporters.