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Initial training for Twisp CERT team completed

Initial training for Twisp CERT team completed

Nineteen people participated in a three-day Citizen Emergency Response Team (CERT) training conducted by Twisp Police Chief Paul Budrow on May 29, 30 and 31. It was the first in a series of trainings that will lead to the eventual formation of a Twisp CERT team, according to Budrow. “At this point [in the process],...
Fire destroys mobile home in Twisp

Fire destroys mobile home in Twisp

An early morning fire on Monday (June 8) destroyed a mobile home at River’s Edge Mobile Home Park in Twisp, as well as a car and boat parked next to the mobile home. Firefighters from Okanogan County Fire District 6 responded to a call at about 1 a.m. and arrived at the trailer park to...
Twisp police chief: drugs are still a big factor in local crime

Twisp police chief: drugs are still a big factor in local crime

The Twisp Police Department has been working hard to reduce drug crime in the community, so much so that several of the worst offenders have moved out of his jurisdiction, according to Twisp Police Chief Paul Budrow. “They know we’re hitting them hard,” so drug users and dealers have moved out of Twisp and …...
Community briefs: May 6, 2015

Community briefs: May 6, 2015

Budrow speaking at roundtable Twisp Police Chief Paul Budrow will talk about the state of law enforcement in the town at the Community Roundtable on Friday (May 8) at 10 a.m. at the Twisp Valley Grange. The event is free. For more information, call 997-0227. DamNation screening in Mazama The documentary film DamNation will be...
Heart & home

Heart & home

Sometimes they arrive in the middle of the night, frightened and disoriented. Sometimes they stay for only 24 hours, sometimes for a year or longer. And some will never leave. For the past six years, Aimee Budrow has been taking foster children into …

Twisp police chief ready to train citizens for emergency response team

By Laurelle Walsh
To prepare for future large-scale emergencies, Twisp Police Chief Paul Budrow says his community needs to be able to survive for three days before outside agencies come in with assistance. Last summer’s fires “brought the issue into the forefront,” Budrow said.
A welcome sign

A welcome sign

Liberty Bell High School sophomore Cole Darwood, left, Twisp Police Chief Paul Budrow, and LBHS seniors Dwight Treise and Ashley Watson show off the new police department sign that the students created as part of their community service requirements. Darwood and Treise put the sign’s metal components together in Barry Stromberger’s welding class. Watson, a...
Dynamite stick in truck leads to arrest in Twisp

Dynamite stick in truck leads to arrest in Twisp

By Ann McCreary
Twisp Police Chief Paul Budrow got a surprise on July 29 when he checked the glove compartment of a truck that was left overnight in a parking lot next to the Methow Valley Family Practice clinic. When he opened the door to the glove compartment to look for …
Twisp reinstates police agreement with Winthrop

Twisp reinstates police agreement with Winthrop

By Ann McCreary

Twisp officials have decided to reinstate an agreement that authorizes police officers from Winthrop to enforce laws within Twisp …

Twisp man charged in home assault, robbery

Twisp man charged in home assault, robbery

By Don Nelson

James Ryan Jones of Twisp has been charged in Okanogan County Superior Court with first-degree assault and first-degree …