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Flagg Mountain cabin soon to be on the move

Flagg Mountain cabin soon to be on the move

New site less visible from valley floor By Don Nelson The complicated process of moving a small cabin on Flagg Mountain to a less-visible site on the owners’ property was well underway this week, after more than a month of preparation. The cabin had been boarded up for relocation and a large crane was on...
Controversial Flagg Mountain cabin will apparently be moved

Controversial Flagg Mountain cabin will apparently be moved

New location could resolve legal battle By Don Nelson The owners of a small cabin on Flagg Mountain near Mazama apparently have begun the process of moving the structure to a nearby site from which it won’t be visible from the valley floor, according to communications provided to the Methow Valley News this week. Moving...
From Back Issues

From Back Issues

Compiled by Marilyn Bardin 20 years ago  – April 28, 1994 40 years ago – May 2, 1974 Gasoline is plentiful in the Methow Valley Fishermen and other visitors to the Methow Valley will be able to find ample gasoline according to local officials. George Dibble, mayor of Winthrop, and Jack Abrams, county commissioner, said...

Judge denies motion to dismiss Flagg Mountain cabin case

By Don Nelson
Okanogan County Superior Court Judge Chris Culp reiterated in a recent ruling that the legal dispute over
Flagg Mountain cabin owners challenge county court ruling

Flagg Mountain cabin owners challenge county court ruling

BY DON NELSON The owners of a small cabin on Flagg Mountain are seeking reconsideration of a recent Okanogan County Superior Court ruling, asking that two plaintiffs in a lawsuit challenging the cabin’s placement be dismissed from the suit. On May 28, Superior Court Judge Chris Culp ruled that a lawsuit filed to enforce property...