Phoenix Festival 2014

Phoenix Festival 2014

Two music stages, art installations, a beer garden, food vendors and a paint catapult kept attendees busy and entertained at the Phoenix Festival held at TwispWorks this past Saturday (Oct. 18). Proceeds from the festival will go toward fire and flood recovery. G A L L E R Y
White Buck will shut down

White Buck will shut down

By Laurelle Walsh After 22 years as a fixture on the Winthrop boardwalk, the White Buck Trading Company and Museum will shut its doors at the end of the month. “I’ve enjoyed a lot of good years here, but it’s time to move on,” said owner Kjell Lester. “It was...
Cut off

Cut off

By Marcy Stamper
A simple phone call can travel thousands of miles before the phone rings in your friend’s house just a few towns over. The process seems so ordinary that most of us take it for granted — that is, until there’s no dial tone or, worse, you repeatedly...
Let 'em Ride

Let ‘em Ride

By Laurelle Walsh

Twelve Methow Valley Elementary School students travel up the road to Moccasin Lake Ranch on Tuesdays to spend several hours learning about horse care, horseback riding and, more importantly, to be involved in a positive learning experience that excites them, fully involves them,...

Today is Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014

• Methow Valley leads
county in new construction 
• Fishermen ‘having a
ball’ on Methow River
• Nordic Team meets on
Monday at High School
• Questionable deer opener
provides early answers 


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