Today is Wednesday, Jul. 16, 2014
The 2014 Methow Arts Festival had everything you need for a successful summer shindig — high temps, good food and a fun crowd. We hope you enjoy our gallery, the product of two staff photographers as well as community contributions.
July 4, 2014 was a great day for a parade. We hope you enjoy our gallery, the product of three staff photographers as well as community contributions.
Saturday Morning, July 5, was another beautiful Methow Valley summer day. Just the kind of day when eating pancakes and watching airplanes seems like the perfect thing to do.
Last weekend’s Methow Singletrack Solstice mountain bike festival drew fat-tire riders of all ages. Youngsters (and some oldsters) tested their abilities on the skills course at the festival’s base at the Winthrop Ice & Sports Rink on Saturday. G A L L E R Y
The Methow Valley’s third annual Pridefest was held last Sunday (June 15) in Winthrop, with a pride march through town, picnic in the park and “gender-bending freak-out fun and games for all the family.”
Saturday (June 14) was free fishing day for kids at the Winthrop National Fish Hatchery. Activities included fishing for big trout, a fish-cleaning station, and a live beaver on display.
By Mike Maltais The first annual Winthrop Traverse, a five-event, multi-sport competition celebrating the life cycle of wild salmon …
By Laurelle Walsh Twenty Paschal Sherman Indian School students, plus faculty and guests, gathered last Wednesday (June 4) to celebrate the completion of …
Saturday, June 7, Twisp temporarily shut down Glover Street and hosted the annual Art Walk with events and openings all along the street and on the TwispWorks Campus.
By Mike Maltais The Liberty Bell High School varsity girls’ softball team won a 12-10, toe-to-toe extra inning battle against the Darrington Loggers in the first round of state competition at Yakima last weekend but …