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Sinlahekin celebrating 75 years of protecting wildlife

Sinlahekin celebrating 75 years of protecting wildlife

The lakes, wetlands, meadows and shrub-steppe around Loomis, in northern Okanogan County, were deemed of such importance to mule deer that Washington state created its first wildlife area there 75 years ago. Today the Sinlahekin Wildlife Area contains 14,314 acres in a deep glaciated valley, plus another 8,500 acres in two other units. To celebrate...
Ride to Rendezvous goes ‘Round the Valley’ starting Monday

Ride to Rendezvous goes ‘Round the Valley’ starting Monday

By Laurelle Walsh
Walk into the Twisp office of Washington Outfitters and Guides Association this week, and you’ll find WOGA secretary Marva Mountjoy going over last-minute details of the 2014 Ride to Rendezvous with the trail guides, teamsters, camp cooks and moving crews who…
Horse lover’s determination leads her back 
to the ‘Buddy’ she gave away years ago

Horse lover’s determination leads her back 
to the ‘Buddy’ she gave away years ago

By Ann McCreary
Six years ago Barbara Grant reluctantly gave away her 12-year-old gelding, Buddy, when she moved from her horse property outside Spokane into the city.