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Nothing to be afraid of

The fields and streets around Little Star Montessori School came alive last week with fairies, firemen, frogs, tigers, princesses, super-heroes and an assortment of other colorful characters searching for Halloween candy. G A L L E R Y (click any of the square, thumbnail-sized images to see a full-sized slide show)
Community briefs: Oct. 28, 2015

Community briefs: Oct. 28, 2015

Haunted house benefits fire victims Washington state Department of Natural Resources firefighter Jessi Dowers will once again turn her family’s Pateros home into a haunted house for Halloween, this year with a Harry Potter theme, with proceeds going to Okanogan Long Term Recovery. The haunted house will be at 616 Riverside Drive, open from 7 – 9:30...
HALLOWEEN HAPPENINGS 2015

HALLOWEEN HAPPENINGS 2015

Here’s a round up of halloween- and harvest-related events in the Methow Valley this weekend. A calendar with summaries is listed first. Below that, we’ve rounded up information from our news briefs to give further information about some events: Friday, Oct. 30, DANCE PARTY/COSTUME CONTEST: “Nightmare on Glover Street” dance party and costume contest, with proceeds going to Room One,...
News briefs: October 21, 2015

News briefs: October 21, 2015

Eagles host memorial benefit for firefighters The Methow Eagles will host a memorial benefit for the three firefighters who died in the Twisp River Fire on Aug. 19, and for injured firefighter Daniel Lyon, on Oct. 31 at the Eagles Aerie in Twisp. The event costs $10 and includes a lasagna dinner, baked goods auction,...
It clown takes a hit

It clown takes a hit

Pennywise terrorizes Twisp Town Hall before being brought to justice By Don Nelson The gruesome scenario was right out of an episode of “CSI.” Yellow crime scene streamers barred intruders from contaminating the area. The “vic,” his body outlined in white tape, sprawled face down on the floor of Twisp Police Chief Paul Budrow’s office, arms...
Happy Halloween from Burgar Street 2014

Happy Halloween from Burgar Street 2014

The Burgar Street corridor was full of Halloween spirits again this year as kids brought parents from up and down the Methow Valley to survey the decorations, chat in the street and do a little trick-or-treating.
Scary amount of stuff going on for Halloween

Scary amount of stuff going on for Halloween

Got your kids’ costumes figured out yet? Or your own? You only have until tonight (Oct. 31) to get it together, because it’s Halloween, and tricking and treating will be going on all over the valley. Twisp’s Burgar Street, ground zero for hundreds of trick-or-treaters who come to see the many extravagantly decorated homes (and fill their...
Be the best-dressed ghost or goblin on your block

Be the best-dressed ghost or goblin on your block

To expand your sartorial options for Halloween, the Okanogan Valley Orchestra and Chorus (OVOC) rents costumes collected over decades of musical theater. The costume shop is at The Courtyard in downtown Omak and will be open Wednesday through Friday, Oct. 29 to 31, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. People can also make an appointment...
Spooky!

Spooky!

Twisp’s Burgar Street was decked out  as children and families traded goodies on a balmy Halloween night. Photos by Marcy Stamper
Burgar St. closed for trick-or-treaters

Burgar St. closed for trick-or-treaters

By Ann McCreary
At the request of a Burgar Street resident, the street in Twisp will be closed to traffic on Halloween.