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FOR SALE

ELK & MULE DEER antler fireplace set, large. $225.00. 509-996-3512. 39

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FEBRUARY FLEA MARKET -Winthrop Barn, Saturday, February 20th, 9:00 – 3:00. Admission Free. Tables $10 – $12. Contact Susan 509-996-2118 or 509-996-2117.    41


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REAL ESTATE

PUBLISHER’S NOTICE:

All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise “any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or an intention, to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination.” Familial status includes children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians, pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. To complain of discrimination, call HUD toll-free at 1-800-669-9777. The toll-free telephone number for the hearing impaired is 1-800-927-9275.

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OFFICE SPACE avail. in Chewuch Professional Bldg., Winthrop. High-speed internet, fiber optics, conference room, PLUS gorgeous river views and common kitchenette. 509.996.2820.                        34

COMMERCIAL RIVERFRONT DOWNTOWN Winthrop. Room to Grow with great parking. 131 Riverside Ave $295,000. 509-341-4440.            37


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2 STORY – 2 BEDROOM HOME for Rent (month to month) in Twisp. $950/month rent for this charming home that has 1,200 Sq. Ft. on the main floor and another 748 Sq. Ft. unfinished upstairs; perfect for extra storage or an art studio/hobby room. The main floor includes 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, utility room and a nice bright kitchen with an island and breakfast nook. The home is located on a corner lot in a quiet neighborhood, with beautiful mountain views visible from every window. For more information call Craig at 425-530-7373.

1 1/2 bedrooms in Twin Lakes. $700.00/mo. Plowing paid, carport. No pets, no smoking. Twin Lakes. 509-740-7050 38  

CONFLUENCE GALLERY and Art Center: office space available for rent. Perfect for non-profits, professionals such as attorneys, therapists, massage practitioners, artists and others seeking a quiet space with natural light. Office 201 is 385 sq. ft., asking $395/month, utilities included. Request 1-year-lease (negotiable). For additional details and viewing, contact David Wright 509.996.3681 or Salyna Gracie, 509.997.2787. 38


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BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

RIVERSIDE PRINTING – WINTHROP.  Steady, Growing Year-Round Income. Includes Printing / Production Equipment, Inventory. $40,000.  509-341-4440. 41


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EMPLOYMENT

THE FREESTONE INN is looking for the right person to fill the position of server in our restaurant! Previous serving or bartending experience a plus, but not required.  If you love to interact with people, always say “Yes, we can do that”, and want to work on a great team, contact us immediately!  We need full time or part time servers. $10/hr plus tips. Please pick up application at 31 Early Winters Dr., Mazama, WA 98833. Or email resume to  cmiller@freestoneinn.com. 39

PUBLIC WORKS UTILITY MAINTENANCE WORKER. The Town of Twisp is accepting applications for a Regular Part-Time Utility Maintenance Worker (19 hours/week). This position will assist Public Works crews with the operation and maintenance of the water distribution system, wastewater treatment, parks, streets, pool and airport. Current pay range is $10.61 to $15.91 per hour DOE. An application packet can be obtained by visiting Twisp Town Hall at 118 S. Glover St., online at www.townoftwisp.com, or by emailing: clerktreasurer@townoftwisp.com. The application deadline is Thursday, February 18, 2016 at 4:30 pm.  (Resumes will be accepted but are not required). 39

TWISPWORKS IS SEEKING a Business and Economic Development Coordinator. This person will oversee development and implementation of new programs to increase the resilience of the Methow Valley’s small business community, including small business development and expansion.  The successful candidate will be responsible for coordinating existing local and regional resources to provide technical assistance to local businesses, developing opportunities to bring greater economic resiliency to individual businesses and the larger Methow Valley economy.  An energetic, self-starter will research  business conditions and create programming that addresses the needs of local businesses in a rural community which currently relies heavily on tourism and recreation.  A Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Marketing, Economics, Public Relations or related area is preferred with five years of progressive economic development experience or equivalent in community relations, communications and or marketing. This part time (20 hours per week), position is currently funded for one year with the possibility of becoming a regular position.  This person reports to the Executive Director.  Please send resumes to jobs@twispworks.org.  Position closes Monday, February 8 or when filled.  Competitive salary DOE. 39

METHOW VALLEY LUMBER in Twisp is looking for a full-time yard worker/truck driver to assist customers, load and unload lumber and building supplies using forklift, build loads for delivery, deliver and stock sheetrock, deliver lumber and perform yard maintenance. CDL and boom truck experience preferred. Applicants must have a valid WA driver’s license, ability to lift 100+ pounds, positive attitude and ability to work in fast-paced environment. Wages will depend on experience. Stop in and fill out an application.  40

DINING ROOM MANGER needed at Sun Mountain Lodge. Excellent opportunity for the right applicant. See our employment page at www.sunmountainlodge.com for a printable employment application. Or stop by the front desk to get a form or ask for Leslie. Call for an appointment or more information, 509-996-4720. 40

JAMIE’S PLACE AFH is seeking individuals who would like to join a great team of caregivers. HCA or CNA license preferred but not necessary for initial hire. Some costs to be covered for committed team members obtaining HCA or CNA certifications. Morning and evening shifts available and must be able to work weekends. Please call 509-996-4417 or visit www.jamiesplacehomes.org to download an application from our employment page or to view our video. 39

SUN MOUNTAIN LODGE has immediate positions available for Housekeepers and Janitors. Come by the front desk for an employment application, or to find a printable employment application see our website at www.sunmountainlodge.com on our employment page. Call Leslie for more information or an appointment. 509-996-4720.   38

WE HAVE NEW management in our 4-Diamond Kitchen at Sun Mountain Lodge and we are looking for a Banquet Chef, Line Cooks and Dishwashers with experience, motivation and reliability.  AM and PM shifts are both available. To apply look online at www.sunmountainlodge.com for a printable employment application on our employment page, pick up a form at the front desk, or call Leslie for more information or an appointment.  509-996-4720. 38

FULL TIME YEAR round work with benefits available for the right applicant. Sun Mountain Lodge has one position available in our maintenance department for a General Laborer. Job includes grounds maintenance and building maintenance as well as special projects as assigned.  Please submit your employment application to the Human Resources Office as soon as possible. You can get a printable application form on our website at www.sunmountainlodge.com on our employment page, or come to the front desk at the Lodge, or call Leslie for assistance. 509-996-4720. 38

WAIT STAFF WANTED: Courteous, poised, experienced. Join our close-knit team in Twisp. Call John at Tappi, 997-3345.     39

CUSTOMER SERVICE/TELLER– North Cascades Bank has an opening for a teller in our Twisp branch. You will fill a key customer service role and be an integral part of our daily operations. Experience is preferred but we will train the right applicant. Bilingual skills are helpful in this position. If you are an energetic, highly detailed individual who is committed to providing exceptional customer service and are looking for a company with the same qualities, please apply at www.ncnbank.com/careers.php. Click on Employment Opportunities and search for open jobs by “city”. Equal Employment Opportunity. 39

OLD SCHOOL HOUSE Brewery is currently accepting applications for Servers, Line Cooks, Prep Cooks, Bussers and Dishwashers for the summer season (May – Sept). Please pickup an application at 155 Riverside Ave., Winthrop. Or online at www.oldschoolhousebrewery.com.  51

TWISP POLICE DEPARTMENT: The Twisp Police Department has a position open for a Lateral Police Officer and is actively hiring. 2016 PAY RANGE: $18.00 to $28.00/hour, DOE. TESTING DATE:  Interested individuals must test no later than 02/29/16 to be considered in the 1st review. Test dates are offered on a continuous basis; please contact Public Safety Testing, Inc. (PST) at www.publicsafetytesting.com or 1-866-447-3911 for testing dates and time.  SUMMARY OF DUTIES: Employees in the Police Officer classification performs work under general supervision that involves the protection of life and property, the enforcement of laws and ordinances, the maintenance of order, and the investigation of crime. Officers are expected to handle a variety of potentially volatile and dangerous situations in a calm, confident, and professional manner. For additional information, please refer to the Civil Service Classifications. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: • High School Diploma or GED and at least one year experience as a Police Officer. • U.S. citizen. • Must meet Twisp Civil Service Pre-Employment Screening Standards • Minimum age of 21 years at time of appointment. • Must hold or obtain a valid Washington State Driver’s License. • Ability to read, write and speak the English language. • Passing score on an examination based on knowledge, skills, and abilities. • Must pass a background investigation, a medical and psychological examination, and polygraph test administered by a Town of Twisp approved professional. In addition, individuals must meet the Twisp Police Department Standards of Physical Fitness and Employment Standards. HOW TO APPLY: In order to be considered for employment, interested individuals must first take and pass a written examination and physical ability test. All initial written and physical ability testing is conducted by PST. Visit their website listed above for instructions on how to get started. Applications will not be accepted from individuals who have not successfully passed both the PST written examination and physical ability test. Qualified applicants will be contacted by Town of Twisp Civil Service Secretary with further instructions as needed. Please do not submit a Town of Twisp Police application upon successfully passing the written examination and physical ability test without first being contacted by Town of Twisp Civil Service Secretary. TOWN OF TWISP IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. – Twisp Civil Service Secretary: clerktreasurer@townoftwisp.com or 509-997-4081. 40

KENNAMETAL DELIVERS PRODUCTIVITY to customers seeking peak performance in demanding environments by providing innovative custom and standard wear-resistant solutions. This proven productivity is enabled through our advanced materials sciences and application knowledge. Our commitment to a sustainable environment provides additional value to our customers. Kennametal’s portfolio of well-respected brand names and broad global presence enable us to help customers of all sizes in virtually every geography drive success at every stage of their value chain. Strategically aligned across our two core businesses – Industrial and Infrastructure – our products and services touch nearly every manufacturing process. People around the globe can see and touch these results throughout many aspects of their day, from the light switch they turn on to the car they drive.

Job Title:  Customer Service Representative (Work from home)

Tasks:

  • Selected Candidate will work the 8am-5pm shift with focus primarily, but not limited to supporting West Coast Customers
  • Secure and enter customer orders quickly and accurately in response to telephone, fax or email communication from either the customer or Kennametal field sales representative.
  • Both in verbal and written form, quote price and delivery in response to customer inquiries and follow up on quotes.
  • Negotiate, monitor and renew contracts proactively.
  • Ensure appropriate stock levels, etc. is maintained.
  • Expedite existing orders in response to customer and field sales inquiry.
  • Negotiate, in the best interest of the company, customer credit requests and issue the appropriate return authorizations.
  • Create new customer masters as required. Create non-focused ISP material masters as required.
  • Create and maintain Contact Management System (CMS) profiles as information is made available
  • Review business system error logs or reports as scheduled my management.
  • Maintain a working knowledge of existing and new products and services.
  • Assist in training new employees in procedure, systems and product as needed.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree required; six years of work experience in an ERP system (JD Edwards, SAP, etc.) environment may be substituted for formal education.
  • A minimum of three years’ experience in Customer Service or Sales preferred.
  • Advanced Excel, Access and excellent problem solving skills a must.
  • General knowledge of one or more of the following preferred: metal/carbide cutting systems, carbide & carbide overlay application, mining, agriculture, and construction cutting systems.
  • Must possess above average interpersonal skills and business acumen.
  • Manufacturing and Blueprint Reading experience is a plus.

Send resumes to Carly.Zutter@kennametal.com . 42

METHOW VALLEY RIDING Unlimited is seeking a highly-organized, great communicator to be our administrative assistant. To learn more about the position, please visit: http://www.mvriding.org/staff. Apply by sending resume and cover letter to info@mvriding.org by Feb. 2nd. 40

GLOVER STREET MARKET is Hiring a Bookkeeper / Office Manager. Minimum 2 years accounting or bookkeeping experience including accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, general ledger and financial reports. Must be proficient in Quickbooks and Excel and eager to learn integrated POS software. Must be extremely organized, detail-oriented, efficient and highly analytical with strong written and verbal communication skills. 15-20 hours a week minimum, full time negotiable. Send resumes or inquiries to office@gloverstreetmarket.com. 40

GLOVER STREET MARKET is Hiring. Do you love organic food? Are you fun? Do you have a passion for smoothies and fresh juice? You may be the individual we are looking for. We have a job waiting for the right individual. Great Pay, fun co-workers, healthy benefits, both part time and full time position available. Send inquiries and resumes to office@gloverstreetmarket.com. 40

PARDNER’S MINI MARKET has an opening for a full-time clerk. This is a year ’round position.  Please pick up an application at the store.     40

 


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CARS & TRUCKS

1988 Chevy Silverado 1/2T shortbox, 350, automatic, 4×4, bedliner, canopy plus aluminum diamond plate toolbox. Good strong motor, tranny rebuilt 44,000 miles ago. Reliable truck. Needs a little tlc. WAS $2200 OBO. NOW $1800!  NEED TO SELL IMMEDIATELY. CASH ONLY. 509-449-2351


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COMMUNITY EVENTS

PUBLIC MEETING FEBRUARY 9th, at 5:00 the Twisp Town Council will hold a public meeting, as part of our regular Council meeting, to take comments (up to 3 minutes) on the establishment of a Transportation Benefit District (TBD). As defined in RCW 36.73, a town or city may establish a Transportation Benefit District in order to respond to the special transportation needs of their entity.  The governing board of the district (Twisp Town Council) may impose by a majority vote a $20 fee to be levied on vehicle registration renewals of citizens who live in the town limits.  The fee would be paid the Department of Licensing and remitted to the Town. Due to the hard work of the last two years, Twisp has secured funding for the following 2016 major street projects: Twisp Avenue from SR20 to Lincoln Street is a Federal funded sidewalk and bicycle lane project. SR20 from Wagner Street to Airport Road is a Federal funded sidewalk and bicycle lane project. Repaving of Burton Street and Riverside Avenue is a State funded project. However, several more street improvement projects are needed for 2017 and beyond.  In addition, most of these segments of streets will need improvements to the water and sewer system and as such will require multiple funding sources. An aggressive effort by Twisp Public Works was launched in 2015 to improve pot holes of town streets, which is intended to continue in 2016. As in 2015, funds will be needed to finance any temporary fixes until permanent street repairs can be made. The establishment of a TBD would provide a means to fund the temporary street repairs, emergency repairs, and any required match by other funding sources. Persons wishing to view information on a Transportation Benefit District would go to http://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/ and view the Revised Code of Washington Title 36.73.  39


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  1. Rick Hjelle says:

    Jun 26, 2013

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    Like the new look 😉

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