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Aero Methow buys parcel from Winthrop

Aero Methow buys parcel from Winthrop

The Town of Winthrop and Aero Methow Rescue Service are finally about to close a deal transferring ownership of town property on which Aero Methow now has an ambulance garage. Aero Methow will pay $130,000 for the 12,238-square-foot lot on Bluff Street, near the town shops. Various right-of-way, easement and technical details had to be...
Carlos1800 employees treated for carbon monoxide exposure

Carlos1800 employees treated for carbon monoxide exposure

Five employees of Carlos 1800 Mexican Grill and Cantina in Winthrop were overcome by carbon monoxide and were airlifted for medical treatment on Saturday (March 7).
Aero Methow works at state level to improve health care

Aero Methow works at state level to improve health care

By Laurelle Walsh
Aero Methow Rescue Service does it. Paramedics in the Seattle area do it. And emergency medical service (EMS) professionals across the United States do it all the time. They respond to a 911 call only to discover …
Life-saving AEDs will be on loan for public events

Life-saving AEDs will be on loan for public events

By Laurelle Walsh

Starting Jan. 1, organizations that host events in the Methow Valley will be able to borrow an Automated External Defibrillator — or AED — to have on site during events. Aero Methow Rescue Service received a $3,500 grant from the North Central Emergency Care Council for two new AEDs that will be dedicated to...

Sports briefs: Nov. 26, 2014

Sports briefs: Nov. 26, 2014

This week: Free avalanche clinic for snowmobilers and Methow Trails membership meeting
Twisp approves 2015 tax levies

Twisp approves 2015 tax levies

The Twisp Town Council has approved 1-percent increases in the property tax levies for the Town of Twisp and for the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) district. Aero Methow Rescue Service contracts with the EMS district to provide emergency medical care in Twisp. The EMS levy generated $43,882 in revenue this year. The dollar amount of...
News briefs: Aug. 20, 2014

News briefs: Aug. 20, 2014

Kiwanis helps Teen Center Winthrop Kiwanis has donated $1,000 to the Valley Teen Center in Twisp, which will use the funds to improve landscaping around the center, buy picnic tables, grade the yard for a flat multi-use area, put in pavers for a barbecue area, install signage and purchase lawn games. a First aid class...
MASH-style ER provided medical care during disaster

MASH-style ER provided medical care during disaster

By Laurelle Walsh

Nurse practitioner Erica White was driving home to Twisp from her shift at Three Rivers Hospital in Brewster, when she learned that the Washington State Patrol was planning to close Highway 153.

Managing help for victims is a huge task

Managing help for victims is a huge task

By Marcy Stamper

Experts in managing emergencies such as a massive wildfire know they have to be prepared for collateral events that radiate out from the central crisis. “The donations are …

Bajema leaving Marshal’s Office

Bajema leaving Marshal’s Office

By Don Nelson

The Winthrop Marshal’s Office will see a complete turnover in personnel in less than a year by the time it fills new vacancies that …