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Twisp jewelry store Peligro moving to Bozeman, Montana

Twisp jewelry store Peligro moving to Bozeman, Montana

By Marcy Stamper
After seven years of designing and exhibiting jewelry and art on Glover Street in Twisp, Peligro is moving to Bozeman, Montana — but staying in the family. Nancy Daniels Hubert started the store seven years ago as …
Business brief: Oct. 29, 2014

Business brief: Oct. 29, 2014

Sun Mountain one of the best in the Northwest Sun Mountain Lodge has been named one of the best hotels in the Pacific Northwest in readers’ choice awards for 2014 given by Condé Nast Traveler magazine. The readers’ choice survey was started in 1988. Candidates must receive a required minimum number of responses to be...
Methow Valley Inn switching to groups-only model

Methow Valley Inn switching to groups-only model

By Don Nelson
The Methow Valley Inn will adopt a new business model beginning Friday (Oct. 31), switching from individual room rentals to group rentals only at the Twisp bed-and-breakfast. Terry Larson, who owns the inn along with the husband-and-wife team of Peter Morgan and Raleigh Bowden …
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 a lot of fun work...
Methow Valley News wins general excellence award in statewide competition

Methow Valley News wins general excellence award in statewide competition

The Methow Valley News won the first-place award for general excellence among statewide newspapers of its size at the Washington Newspaper Publishers Association (WNPA) annual convention last weekend in Chelan. Awards are presented in four circulation categories. The News is in category II (circulation of 2,500 to 5,000). Entrants in the general excellence category were...
New Loup Loup manager knows the terrain

New Loup Loup manager knows the terrain

By Don Nelson

C.P. Grosenick is in familiar territory as the new general manager at Loup Loup Ski Bowl. Grosenick, who took over on Sept. 15 at the ski area on Highway 20 between Twisp and Okanogan, has been coming to the Methow Valley …

Hypnosis a therapeutic option in Winthrop

Hypnosis a therapeutic option in Winthrop

By Laurelle Walsh Certified hypnotherapist Kyle Northcott has opened a new practice in Winthrop, Hypnotherapy K.A.N., where, combining the techniques of hypnotherapy, self-hypnosis and neuro-linguistic programming, he hopes to help clients understand why undesirable behaviors have become ingrained, subconscious patterns, and change those patterns for the better. Hypnosis is a natural state of mind in...
Inspirational messages, handmade arts at Winthrop’s Purple Sage 

Inspirational messages, handmade arts at Winthrop’s Purple Sage 

By Laurelle Walsh
Purple Sage … Methow Style is a “fun and funky” collection of handmade art, crafts, textiles, jewelry and decorative pieces in a bright storefront on the boardwalk in Winthrop. Kyrie and Kathleen Jardin opened the doors of their new Riverside Avenue store …
3 Bears Cafe and Quilts opens its doors on Riverside Avenue

3 Bears Cafe and Quilts opens its doors on Riverside Avenue

By Laurelle Walsh
The 3 Bears Cafe and Quilts, in the new carriage house-style building at the foot of the trestle bridge in Winthrop, officially opened its doors on Friday (Sept. 12). Passers-by have watched with curiosity over the past two years as …
Twisp’s historic Antlers Saloon will reopen after extensive remodeling

Twisp’s historic Antlers Saloon will reopen after extensive remodeling

By Don Nelson
On Saturday afternoon, a woman with her young daughter in tow stopped by the Antlers Saloon and Cafe building in Twisp to chat with new owner Paul Christen, who has begun an extensive remodeling of the historic bar and eatery that closed late last year. The woman told Christen she had...