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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 …

Remains ID’d as Twisp man

Remains ID’d as Twisp man

By Don Nelson
Human bones found near Twisp in April have been positively identified as those of 21-year-old Nicholas A. Tortora, who was reported missing about two years ago.
Suspect arrested in connection with beating, robbery of Twisp man in his home

Suspect arrested in connection with beating, robbery of Twisp man in his home

By Don Nelson
Twisp police have one suspect in custody and have identified another person of interest in connection with the beating …

Body found near Twisp believed to be man missing since 2012

By Don Nelson

Remains believed to be those of 21-year-old Nicholas A. Tortora of Twisp, who was reported missing nearly two years ago, were recovered Monday (April 21) after a dog found a human skull near the Methow River on property owned by Twisp Police Chief Paul Budrow. Okanogan County Sheriff’s Department...

Remains believed to be missing Twisp man discovered

Remains believed to be those of 21-year-old Nicholas A. Tortora of Twisp, who was reported missing nearly two years ago, were recovered Monday (April 21) after a dog found a human skull near the Methow River on property owned by Twisp Police Chief Paul Budrow. Okanogan County Sheriff’s Department investigators have found nothing that indicates...
ATV access: What does it mean?

ATV access: What does it mean?

By Marcy Stamper
Although more than 240 people — 29 in Okanogan County — have obtained the state’s new license for riding specially equipped all-terrain vehicles on roads, confusion persists about where people can legally operate their ATVs. Recent decisions by …