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Legal notices: September 19, 2018

NOTICE OF BOARD MEETING TIME CHANGE Notice is hereby given that the regular monthly meeting of the Three Rivers Hospital Board of Commissioners will be held on the last Wednesday of each month beginning September 26, 2018. Board meetings take place in the conference room of the McKinley Building at Three Rivers Hospital, 507 Hospital...
Senior News: September 12, 2018

Senior News: September 12, 2018

The Senior Center is located next to the Methow Valley Community Center on Highway 20 in Twisp. Lunch is served at noon by the Okanogan County Transportation and Nutrition Program on Monday, Thursday and Friday. The suggested donation for lunch is $4 for seniors over age 60; the cost is $8.50 for those under 60....
Norland L. Fuller1929 – 2018

Norland L. Fuller
1929 – 2018

Norland L. Fuller, 89, passed away Sept. 1, 2018, in Kennewick, Washington, surrounded by his devoted family.   He was born in Chico, Montana, on June 25, 1929, the youngest child of James “Floyd” and Susie B. (Rasnick) Fuller. He joined his brother Wayne, and sisters Thelma and Mavis, on the Mill Creek family homestead. He...
Danny Charles Temple1941–2018

Danny Charles Temple
1941–2018

Danny Charles Temple, 77, went home with the angels on Sept. 6, 2018, after a long battle with an extended illness. Danny was born on Jan. 26, 1941, to Guy and Velma (Putman) Temple, in Fresno, California. He moved to Carmichael, California, at age 5, where he attended school. After leaving San Juan High School...

Memorial service for DuAnne (Steben) Peters

Family and friends of DuAnne (Steben) Peters will gather at the Twisp Park for a brief memorial event on Oct. 13, 2018, at 2 p.m.

Legal notices: September 12, 2018

NOTICE OF BOARD MEETING TIME CHANGE Notice is hereby given that the regular monthly meeting of the Three Rivers Hospital Board of Commissioners will be held on the last Wednesday of each month beginning September 26, 2018. Board meetings take place in the conference room of the McKinley Building at Three Rivers Hospital, 507 Hospital...
Methow Trails plans to install donated waxing hut at Winthrop Town Trailhead

Methow Trails plans to install donated waxing hut at Winthrop Town Trailhead

By Don Nelson The Town of Winthrop has tentatively accepted the donation of a small, rustic building to be used as a waxing hut at the Town Trailhead. James DeSalvo, executive director of Methow Trails, told the Town Council at its meeting last week that a Mazama-area homeowner offered to donate the small log-cabin structure,...
Lady Lions start soccer season with solid team effort in win over Omak

Lady Lions start soccer season with solid team effort in win over Omak

By Don Nelson Despite playing short-handed with a relatively young squad, the Liberty Bell High School girls’ soccer team launched its season with a solid 3-1 win at Omak on Sept. 6. Coach Lincoln Post said that only 13 players were eligible out of 21 on the team because of the requirement that players participate...
Mountain Lions end long day with 32-26 OT win at Kettle Falls

Mountain Lions end long day with 32-26 OT win at Kettle Falls

By Don Nelson A long, unplanned road trip was extended a few minutes more as the Liberty Bell High School football team needed overtime to defeat Kettle Falls, 32-26, last Friday (Sept. 7). The Mountain Lions were scheduled to play their first home game of the season, and show off a new scoreboard and concession...
Winthrop Town Council moves WATV discussion farther on down the road

Winthrop Town Council moves WATV discussion farther on down the road

Proposed ordinance tabled for one year By Don Nelson Almost four years to the day that the Winthrop Town Council voted not allow wheeled all-terrain vehicles (WATVs) on the town’s streets, the current council declined to revisit the issue for at least another year. At its meeting last week, the council agreed to table for...