This special edition front page of the Methow Valley News was produced with the help of visiting Head Start students.

This special edition front page of the Methow Valley News was produced with the help of visiting Head Start students.

Special edition documents historic visit

On Thursday, 16 students and 11 adults visited the Methow Valley News building to learn about how the newspaper is made.

At the newspaper, the owner Don Nelson and the designer Darla Hussey showed the students how a newspaper is put together each week.

The students said they were here on a field trip to learn about the newspaper. Their school is in Winthrop.

The students do many things. They wrestle, play with their sisters and brothers, go sledding, play with Legos, play football, play with their dogs, watch movies and play games on computers, and ride their bikes.

Their parents work at many places, including Hank’s, Sun Mountain, Red Apple, at a hair salon, at Cinnamon Twisp, at the Twisp River Pub, cutting wood, fixing cars, at the Cascade Inn, and at the Floyd Company.

In one of the groups, all seven of the students have older brothers and sisters in schools here.

The students live in Winthrop, Twisp and Carlton. They are 4 and 5 years old.

Most of them are having fun.

Pepper, Madyson, Collin, Keith, Nevaeh, Julia, Eme, Jacksen, Jaxon, Braizlyn, Joey, Bryana, Karma, Javier, Noah, and D.J. all came to the newspaper.