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Critics question potential impact of 735-acre DNR logging plan

Critics question potential impact of 735-acre DNR logging plan

A logging and a timber sale proposed by the state Department of Natural Resources (DNR) on hillsides above Big Valley and below Sun Mountain Lodge would create “a 600-acre clear-cut in the middle of the valley,” according to one critic. That assessment by Peter Goldman, an attorney with the Washington Forest Law Center, …
Letters to the editor: Jan. 7, 2015

Letters to the editor: Jan. 7, 2015

Something to be proud of Dear Editor: I want to take thank everyone who made yet another year of Neighbors Helping Neighbors possible. From the community donations that allow us to purchase the holiday meals, to the schools that collect non-perishable items that fill the cupboards (Methow Valley Elementary School collected over 4000), to the...
Improv theater taking root in the Methow Valley

Improv theater taking root in the Methow Valley

By Laurelle Walsh
A small group of improvisational theater enthusiasts has established twice-monthly practice sessions in the valley, and would like to encourage others to give it a try. Still without a formal name, the improv group meets on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month at …
George Wooten

George Wooten

Balancing the natural and the cyber worlds Interview by Marcy Stamper  April 2009   George Wooten is a botanist and web designer and teacher. His encyclopedic lists of plants and other writings can be found on his website at www.okanogan1.com.   It’s interesting to me that you work both with computers and with plants. I...