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FOR SALE

YARD SALES

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REAL ESTATE

MOBILE/MANUFACTURED HOMES

FOR RENT

WANTED TO RENT

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

EMPLOYMENT

WORK WANTED

SERVICES

CARS & TRUCKS

RECREATIONAL VEHICLES

ANIMALS (PETS,HORSES, LIVESTOCK)

MISCELLANEOUS

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CARD OF THANKS

COMMUNITY EVENTS

PERSONALS

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FOR SALE

ATTENTION EARLY SHOPPERS! All products for skin, hair and nails; purchase 2 and receive the 3rd one free. Karen Family Salon open Tuesday-Friday 10-6, Saturday 10-4. 509-996-3939. 31

STUDLESS SNOW TIRES on rims. TOYO Observe 175/70R13. Almost brand new. $120.00 509-429-8604. 30

1988 CHEVY 1/2 TON PICKUP, 4×4, regular cab, short bed, automatic, 350, decent tires, canopy, bedliner, receiver hitch, electric locks & windows. $2500. Aluminum diamond plate toolbox $50. 509-449-2341. 29

BOAT FOR SALE. 14′ Lund Aluminum, 15HP Merc, Minnkota Electric, Hummingbird Sonar and trailer. Ready to go fishing! $3500 OBO. 509-421-2696. 29

GENERAC 11,000 WATT propane/NG automatic standby generator fully enclosed with pad and transfer switch for a 200 amp service. Never used. Setup for propane but will run on NG. $3000. Can deliver within 100 miles. 509-664-6097. 30

SWEET DREAMS. Oils, lotions, creams, adult toys. Eastside Omak, hours 9:30-6:00, Monday through Saturday. 509-826-5486. 33

 

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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.

DOWNTOWN WINTHROP, Commercial Riverfront. Three lots with building, parking. Great location. 131 Riverside. 509-341-4440. $295,000. 28

SOUTH FORK OF Gold Creek-4.8 acres with approximately 1 acre improved and buildable.  Power, water and septic systems are in at level building site.  Full hook-ups available for RV. $87,500. until Jan. 1, 2015.  (509) 679-8873. 30


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FOR RENT

FULLY REMODELED TWO bedroom 1.5 bath apartment in Twisp. $700 per month. Includes water, sewer, garbage, recycling and laundry. Call for application 509-997-1011. 28

CONFLUENCE GALLERY and Art Center: 2 office spaces 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 325 sq. ft., asking $325/month and Office 206 is 132 sq. ft., asking $150/month. All offices are for 1-year lease (negotiable). For additional details and viewing, contact David Wright 509.996.3681 or Nicole Ringgold, 509.997.2787. 28

2 BEDROOM 1 BATH furnished home with W/D on Twisp River Park. Non-smoking. Call 360-301-2009. 31

EXTRA HOUSEGUESTS? River Pine Cottage. Fully equipped, private, close-in Twisp. www.centralreservations.net. 28

 


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BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

 RIVERSIDE PRINTING – Winthrop.  Steady, growing print shop supporting Methow Valley.  Equipment, Inventory.  $45,000.  509-996-3816. 28

 


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EMPLOYMENT

LOUP LOUP SKI Bowl is hiring lift operators for the coming winter season.  Please send your resume to Loupmaintenance@gmail.com for further information. 30

IN SEARCH OF YEAR round drywall employee. Will train. Wages depend on experience. All Phase Drywall. 509-429-2388 or 509-996-2783. 28

APPLICATIONS BEING TAKEN at Mick & Miki’s Bar for night bartender/cook. See Miki Mon-Sat 11-2. 30

WINTHROP ICE RINK is seeking cashier counter staff for Dec-March, please e-mail winthropicerink@gmail.com or call 509-996-4199. 29

LOUP LOUP SKI Bowl is hiring lift operators for the coming winter season.  Please send your resume to Loupmaintenance@gmail.com for further information. 28

DO YOU ENJOY rural living, wild places, family farms, challenging politics, and big conservation opportunities? The Okanogan Land Trust is inviting applications for the position of Executive Director. For details please visit our website at www.okanoganlandtrust.org. 29

IN-HOME CAREGIVERS wanted for the Methow Valley. Starting wage $11.50.  For more info contact Dawn 509-422-1791. 28

REQUEST FOR STATEMENT of Qualifications and Rates for Individual Irrigation Supply Systems. Washington Water Project of Trout Unlimited (WWP-TU) is requesting a statement of qualifications and rates for installing up to 80 small irrigation systems near Twisp, WA.  System installation may begin immediately and all 80 systems must be completed by May 1, 2016.  Interested parties must demonstrate the ability to provide complete irrigation systems by working with individual landowners and WWP-TU.  These systems will include: (1) An assessment of the existing system, if any, (2) Well location, drilling, and development, (3) Pump and controls installation, (4) Electrical hookup as needed, (5) Excavation and pipe installation including connecting to existing irrigation lines which may be located 300’ or more away. Under this proposal, no work on crop application systems such as sprinklers, K-lines, or pivots will be funded. Respondents will be asked to state their qualifications and identify their sub-contractors (if any) and to complete a Schedule of Values provided by WWP-TU for the items listed above.  This information will be used to create a list of Preferred Providers which will be given to the 80 landowners scheduled for conversion to individual wells. Landowners will select their Provider from this list. For further information please contact: Roger Rowatt, (509) 669-8141, rrowatt@tu.org. 28

FamilyHealthCenterLogoFAMILY HEALTH CENTERS
CENTROS DE SALUD FAMILIAR

HAVE YOU HEARD? WE ARE EXPANDING AND ARE HIRING ADDITIONAL POSITIONS! JOIN US AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

We are dedicated to our employees’ job satisfaction and take pride in providing a place to work that encourages growth, teamwork, communication and positive employee/supervisor relationships. FHC is a not for profit Community Health Center dedicated to providing quality health care regardless of ability to pay. EVERYONE is welcome. We have the following opportunities available:

Twisp Dental (Coming soon):
Dental Assistants – 3 Part time
Patient Registration Rep. – Part time.  English/Spanish Bilingual preferred.

See www.myfamilyhealth.org for job descriptions. Submit cover letter and resume or application to FHC, c/o Human Resources, PO Box 1340, Okanogan, WA 98840 or email: HR@myfamilyhealth.org.  Open until filled.  FHC is an EEO Employer. 28

 

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WORK WANTED

OKANOGAN COUNTY ELECTRIC Cooperative Inc., is accepting bids for Disaster Debris Clean-up.  The invitation to bid is to perform removal and disposal of poles, hardware, wire and debris from 10 burn damaged locations.  All bids must be received by 4:00 pm in the office of Okanogan County Electric Cooperative Inc., by November 15, 2014. Clean-up must be completed by June 30, 2015.  This project has a prevailing wage requirement.  Bid documents may be obtained from Okanogan County Electric Cooperative Inc., 93 West Chewuch Rd, Winthrop WA 98862, Phone 509-996-2228, Email  info@ocec.coop  or by visiting our website www.okanoganelectriccoop.com. Okanogan County Electric Cooperative Inc (OCEC) reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids.  OCEC is an equal opportunity employer. 27

REQUEST FOR STATEMENT of Qualifications and Rates for Individual Irrigation Supply Systems. Washington Water Project of Trout Unlimited (WWP-TU) is requesting a statement of qualifications and rates for installing up to 80 small irrigation systems near Twisp, WA.  System installation may begin immediately and all 80 systems must be completed by May 1, 2016.  Interested parties must demonstrate the ability to provide complete irrigation systems by working with individual landowners and WWP-TU.  These systems will include: (1) An assessment of the existing system, if any, (2) Well location, drilling, and development, (3) Pump and controls installation, (4) Electrical hookup as needed, (5) Excavation and pipe installation including connecting to existing irrigation lines which may be located 300’ or more away. Under this proposal, no work on crop application systems such as sprinklers, K-lines, or pivots will be funded. Respondents will be asked to state their qualifications and identify their sub-contractors (if any) and to complete a Schedule of Values provided by WWP-TU for the items listed above.  This information will be used to create a list of Preferred Providers which will be given to the 80 landowners scheduled for conversion to individual wells. Landowners will select their Provider from this list. For further information please contact: Roger Rowatt, (509) 669-8141, rrowatt@tu.org. 28 


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SERVICES

 


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CARS & TRUCKS

1990 OLDSMOBILE, 4 DOOR, 114k original miles with 4 snow tires and rims. Call after 1pm. $800 OBO. 28

 


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RECREATIONAL VEHICLES

2006 SAVOY SL 5th Wheel. No road miles, parked under cover since new. $15,900. 509-997-0065. 30


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ANIMALS (PETS, HORSES, LIVESTOCK)

 

 


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MISCELLANEOUS

EXCITING!! BEGINNING THURSDAY, November 13, 2014, The Duck Brand will be serving Tapas, daily after 4pm! 30

MY TURKEY BUTCHER MOVED away, 3 fighting turkeys need to go. Please call 425-283-8064. 28

TIME TO RENEW? CHECK YOUR YELLOW POSTCARD.  :)


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CARD OF THANKS


 


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COMMUNITY EVENTS

 THE DUCK BRAND would like to welcome our community members who don’t have anywhere to go to join us this Thanksgiving for free food from 4-7pm! 29


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PERSONALS

 


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FREE TO GIVE AWAY

FREE DOUBLE SIZED futon with storage. Brown microfiber. Carlton 206-450-9936. 28

 


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1 comment

  1. Rick Hjelle says:

    Jun 26, 2013

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    Like the new look ;-)

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