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Twisp considers irrigation district’s request to drill wells in town

Twisp considers irrigation district’s request to drill wells in town

By Ann McCreary

Twisp officials are considering whether to provide an exception to the town’s longstanding moratorium on well drilling to allow …

Now is prime time for floating the Methow’s whitewater 

Now is prime time for floating the Methow’s whitewater 

By Laurelle Walsh

Methow River Raft & Kayak, the valley’s only locally based river outfitter, is off to a good start in its fourth season running the …

Remains ID’d as Twisp man

Remains ID’d as Twisp man

By Don Nelson
Human bones found near Twisp in April have been positively identified as those of 21-year-old Nicholas A. Tortora, who was reported missing about two years ago.
Comment on Methow Valley river projects

Comment on Methow Valley river projects

Proposals for four river-restoration projects intended to improve conditions for endangered and threatened salmon in the Methow Valley have been submitted to Okanogan County for environmental review or permit exemptions. Yakama Nation Fisheries is working on a project that would enhance fish habitat on the Twisp River. The project involves the construction of three engineered...

Body found near Twisp believed to be man missing since 2012

By Don Nelson

Remains believed to be those of 21-year-old Nicholas A. Tortora of Twisp, who was reported missing nearly two years ago, were recovered Monday (April 21) after a dog found a human skull near the Methow River on property owned by Twisp Police Chief Paul Budrow. Okanogan County Sheriff’s Department...

Remains believed to be missing Twisp man discovered

Remains believed to be those of 21-year-old Nicholas A. Tortora of Twisp, who was reported missing nearly two years ago, were recovered Monday (April 21) after a dog found a human skull near the Methow River on property owned by Twisp Police Chief Paul Budrow. Okanogan County Sheriff’s Department investigators have found nothing that indicates...