By Ann McCreary
Spring avalanches have dumped debris across sections of two popular hiking and mountain biking trails in the North Cascades — the Cutthroat and West Fork …
Lisa Lindsay, director of the Okanogan Wildlife League in Oroville, brought some of the injured birds she is rehabilitating to the Methow Valley Interpretive Center last weekend.
Hundreds of people paid their respects at Winthrop’s historic Sullivan Cemetery on Memorial Day (May 26). American Legion and Legion Auxiliary members laid flags and flowers on the graves of veterans buried there, and performed a moving honor guard ceremony at the World War I memorial.
Wednesday night, May 21, The Liberty Bell Junior-Senior High School music department, directed by Dr. Mark Johnson, gave a concert for the standing-room-only crowd.
Methow kids select the pigs they hope to take the the fair this year.
A celebration of music and young musicians was presented this past weekend by Cascadia, the Methow Music Association, at the Methow Valley Community Center in Twisp.
On Sunday (May 18), Pipestone School of Music students displayed the fruits of a year’s dedication to music study by performing recitals for the assembled concert goers. Pipestone School of Music is the educational branch of Cascadia. For more information, call 997-0222.
By Mike Maltais
Citius, Altius, Fortius — the Olympic Games motto meaning faster, higher, stronger — was right at home on the Liberty Bell High School track last Friday (May 9) as Mountain Lion …
It’s no secret that the town of Winthrop draws visitors from every walk of life, and Winthrop Town Hall sits right in the middle of town, so it’s no surprise they get a whole lot of … foot … traffic.