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Senior News: May 18, 2016

Senior News: May 18, 2016

Notes This Friday (May 20) is our over-80 party. So if you are over 80, come join the group for special lunch. The Western Sale is almost here. It’s down to crunch time to get it all put together. So many nice things have come in the last week. It’s amazing where and what shows...
Ronald William Morcom Sr. 1936–2016

Ronald William Morcom Sr. 1936–2016

On Sunday, April 10, 2016, Ronald William Morcom Sr., beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle and friend, passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving family — wife, sons and daughters-in-law. Ron was born in Boise, Idaho, on July 6, 1936, and was raised in Portland, Oregon. He graduated from Benson Polytechnic High School in 1954 and attended...

Colleen Braillard
1932–2015

Colleen Braillard passed away peacefully at home on Nov. 4, 2015, with her loving husband at her side. Colleen was born March 26, 1932, at Twisp to Ruby and Boyd Eiffert. She attended school in Twisp until her marriage to Jack Cramer. She was active in the Catholic Church in Twisp and served her family...

Legal Notices: May 18, 2016

LEGAL NOTICE IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR OKANOGAN COUNTY In Re the Estate of: KENNETH B. GRUBE, Deceased Case No.: 16-4-00007-9 PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS (RCW 11.40.030). The Personal Representative named below has been appointed as Personal Representative of this estate.  Any person having a claim against the Decedent must, before the time...
Trails riders encounter wolf near Mazama

Trails riders encounter wolf near Mazama

A couple on horseback near Mazama, accompanied by their off-leash dog, recently encountered a wolf that bit the dog, according to a state wildlife official. The couple were trail riding near Mazama in late April when they spotted an animal in the woods, according to Donny Martorello, wolf policy lead for the Washington Department of...
Methow Valley native returns as Confluence Gallery artist in residence

Methow Valley native returns as Confluence Gallery artist in residence

Bryan Putnam is the Confluence Gallery artist in resident through July 31. Putnam receives three months of studio space on the second floor of the gallery in Twisp, and will end his residency with a solo exhibit in the gift shop from July 23 – Aug. 27. Putnam spent the last two years teaching art at the...
Liberty Bell plays for state baseball tournament spot

Liberty Bell plays for state baseball tournament spot

The Liberty Bell High School baseball team kept its hopes for another trip to the state tournament alive with a 4-3 victory over Waterville on Saturday (May 7) in the District 6 playoffs. A tough, extra-inning 2-1 loss to Warden in Saturday’s second game put the Mountain Lions in the one-loss bracket for this weekend’s...
LBHS tennis teams move into league tournament play

LBHS tennis teams move into league tournament play

Twelve Liberty Bell High School tennis players will be in Omak and Okanogan this weekend for the league tennis championships, with hopes of moving on to the state tournament. The Mountain Lion girls’ and boys’ teams built some momentum going into the playoffs as they claimed victories last week in home matches against Entiat and...
Mountain Lions at full speed for sub-district track meet

Mountain Lions at full speed for sub-district track meet

Liberty Bell High School’s track squad strides into this week’s sub-district meet at Oroville on Wednesday (May 11) on a wave of personal record performances racked up at meets in Manson and Bridgeport last week. At the Trojan Invitational on May 3, the Mountain Lions added 22 personal bests, coach Rocky Kulsrud said. Among them were…...
Mountain Lion of the Week: Evan Budrow

Mountain Lion of the Week: Evan Budrow

It’s hard to argue with three solid nominations. That’s why this week’s Mountain Lion of the Week is Evan Budrow, a freshman tennis player who has earned the respect of his teammates and coaches. The very convincing students who nominated Evan said: “He’s good at science and stuff and his friends really think he deserves...