Today is Saturday, Mar. 25, 2017
An article in last week’s Methow Valley News (Jan. 28) about the Okanogan County Transit Authority (OCTA) had a misleading headline that implied OCTA would begin providing bus service in the Methow Valley in July. The new transit authority will begin providing its first bus service in July in the Okanogan Valley, when it begins operating...
In a photo of Lynette Westendorf’s oratorio debut in the Jan. 21 issue, narrator Sage McFetridge was mis-identified. In the Jan. 21 issue, the cost of dinner at the Scholastic Book Fair family night at Methow Valley Elementary School on Thursday (Jan. 29) should have been listed as $3. The News regrets the errors.
CORRECTION: In the Jan. 14 story about Methow At Home, the website for the program should have been listed as methowathome.org. A community survey may be completed on the website. The News regrets the error.
“Tracks,” Confluence Gallery’s next exhibit, opens Jan. 10 and runs through Feb. 14. An article in the Dec. 24 issue incorrectly listed the closing date. The News regrets the error.
The Methow column on the Valley Life page of Nov. 26 incorrectly described Carolee Spaulding’s position with the U.S. Forest Service. She was a business management assistant, purchasing agent and financial assistant. The News regrets the error.
A Nov. 12 article about a Cascadia concert incorrectly identified the conductors of the Pipestone and Okanogan Valley orchestras. Tara Kaiyala Weaver is conductor of the Pipestone Orchestra and Don Pearce is conductor of the Okanogan Valley Orchestra. The News regrets the error.
The name of golf course architect David McLay Kidd was misspelled in the Valley Life page’s Mazama column in the Oct. 22 issue. The News regrets the error.
An Oct. 1 story about new Loup Loup Ski Bowl General Manager C.P Grosenick should have said that he was a marine insurance underwriter, not broker, for most of his career. The News regrets the error.
The Carlton General Store is open for business every day except Tuesdays and Wednesdays. An article in last week’s Methow Valley News incorrectly stated the store is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. The News regrets the error. An article in the Oct. 8 issue about changes in the county’s appeals process for land-use matters said...
A story about the upcoming academic year at the Methow Valley Community School contained inaccurate information about the grades at the school. Students are currently enrolled through fifth grade, and the school is accepting enrollments up to sixth grade. The News regrets the error.