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Native artifacts offer clues about the Methow’s human history

Native artifacts offer clues about the Methow’s human history

A variety of Native American artifacts — from projectile points to stone tools — are helping shed light on the Methow Valley’s earliest inhabitants through a research project launched a year ago by the Methow Valley Interpretive Center. Local archeologist Rich Davis has examined and photographed more than …
Watch 27 Methow Valley artists at work in their studios this Saturday and Sunday

Watch 27 Methow Valley artists at work in their studios this Saturday and Sunday

See art in the making this weekend (Sept. 19 and 20) when 27 artists in 18 studios throughout the Methow Valley open their doors to the public. Artists will provide demonstrations of works in process along with finished art works for sale. Participating artists include painters, fiber and textile artists, ceramicists, woodworkers, photographers, jewelers, metal...
Finding the meaning of ‘Our River’ at Confluence

Finding the meaning of ‘Our River’ at Confluence

By Marcy Stamper
Rivers are an essential element of life, providing nutrients for fish, water for humans and animals, and moisture for plants. In its new exhibit, “Our River,” opening Saturday …
Sparking interest

Sparking interest

Members of the Okanogan County Electric Cooperative line crew – from left, journeyman lineman Jesse Davis, journeyman lineman Chris Zahn, and line foreman Wayne Stevie – demonstrated what can happen when something gets too close to a power line and creates a dangerous electrical arc. The safety demonstration was part of the co-op’s annual meeting...