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New look for school’s tennis courts

New look for school’s tennis courts

The dull gray surface at the Liberty Bell High School tennis courts has been replaced by a new, brilliant blue playing area, an upgrade that was completed this week. The new playing area has contrasting green aprons around the courts, replacing the old, faded red surface. New nets have also been installed. The courts won’t...
Two retire after long careers with school district

Two retire after long careers with school district

Joni Stevie and Rocky Kulsrud are both retiring after long careers as teachers with the Methow Valley School District, but they aren’t cutting the cord completely — they’ll both still be regularly involved with students as athletic coaches. Stevie has a noteworthy history with Methow Valley schools. A Liberty Bell High School graduate, she spent her entire...
Changes coming to MV School District this fall

Changes coming to MV School District this fall

The coming Methow Valley School District year will provide more generous classroom and study spaces for students at the Independent Learning Center (ILC), new teachers at the elementary and high schools, and a new program in computer coding. Other changes come …
LBHS Graduation 2016

LBHS Graduation 2016

See photo gallery below. The class of 2016 is: McKenna Barnes, Lake Erie College in Ohio Monica Chavey, Central Washington University Tyson Coleman, Walla Walla Community College Connor Cooley, Gonzaga University Dyson Oliver Curtis, gap year and working Asa Daniels, Shoreline Community College Cory Diamond, Claremont McKenna College Tara Dod, University of Washington Tacoma Oscar...
Steel sculpture of Mountain Lion logo installed at LBHS

Steel sculpture of Mountain Lion logo installed at LBHS

A project started in 2013 by the Liberty Bell High School welding class was completed last week with the installation of a weathered steel sculpture of the school’s mountain lion mascot that also spells out the initials LBH. The sculpture was mounted to bolts on a concrete pedestal at the entrance to the high school...
Local students honored in state exhibit

Local students honored in state exhibit

By Marcy Stamper Young artists from the Methow Valley have never been so well represented at the state’s annual high school art show as this year, where five are honored with top prizes. Liberty Bell High School students took first prize in drawing and photography and racked up three best-of-show awards in photography and video...
All inclusive

All inclusive

Including all students in regular classroom and extracurricular activities benefits all of them, even if some students may require assistance to participate fully. That was the core message at the professional-development day at …
Arts briefs: Dec. 16, 2015

Arts briefs: Dec. 16, 2015

High school concert on Thursday The Liberty Bell High School band and choir will present their fall concert at 6 p.m. on Thursday (Dec. 16) at The Merc Playhouse in Twisp. Admission is by donation. Arctic adventures with Lynx Primitive living skills instructor Lynx Vilden will present a slide show and readings as part of...
Mountain Lion of the Week: Eden Davis

Mountain Lion of the Week: Eden Davis

This week the Methow Valley News is teaming with the Methow Valley School District to introduce the Mountain Lion of the Week program, which will recognize not only athleticism but, more importantly, outstanding personal traits that permeate our school and community. One current student-athlete, between grades seven through 12, will be recognized each week. The...
Liberty Bell students learn about river restoration (and poetry)

Liberty Bell students learn about river restoration (and poetry)

Forty biology,  composition and literature students from Liberty Bell Junior/Senior High School and a group of community instructors participated in a five-hour block of field work and poetry at a restoration site along the Methow River off Old Twisp Highway in late September. Brian Fisher from Methow Salmon Restoration Foundation and Rob Crandall from Methow...