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CHRISTMAS DINNER IN TWISP

The Methow Valley Snowmobile Association will host its annual community Christmas dinner on Christmas Day (Dec. 25) at the Methow Valley Community Center in Twisp. The free event will take place from noon – 3 p.m.
News briefs: Dec. 16, 2015

News briefs: Dec. 16, 2015

School levies will be on February ballot Voters will decide in February on two replacement levies for the Methow Valley School District — one for maintenance and operations (M&O) and one for technology. Last week, the Methow Valley School Board directors unanimously approved two resolutions for the levies, which would help pay for school staff; instruction in...
Forest Service to review regs for ‘over-snow vehicles’

Forest Service to review regs for ‘over-snow vehicles’

By Ann McCreary

The U.S. Forest Service is proposing to regulate where and when “over-snow vehicles” such as snowmobiles are used on national forests, and is seeking public comment …

State awards grants to fix backcountry trails

State awards grants to fix backcountry trails

Five projects in Okanogan County have been awarded grants to fix backcountry trails — all of them affecting the Methow Valley in some way — by the state Recreation and Conservation Office (RCO). The grants are intended to help pay for repair of backcountry trails, grooming mountain trails for snowmobilers and restoring trails for off-road vehicles. RCO awarded more...
Commissioners will hear input on increased ATV access

Commissioners will hear input on increased ATV access

The Okanogan County planning director has determined that opening an additional 597 miles of roads throughout the county to ATVs (all-terrain vehicles) would have no environmental impact. The final decision under the State Environmental Policy Act was made following input to the county on the proposal received from 40 individuals, agencies and organizations. The county...
Input on county ATV proposal mostly favorable

Input on county ATV proposal mostly favorable

By Marcy Stamper
Okanogan County received 40 comments on its proposal to open 597 additional miles of county roads to all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) and on the county planning director’s analysis of the potential …
Hitting the trail for charity

Hitting the trail for charity

Twenty-six snowmobile enthusiasts from the Methow Valley and beyond gathered on Saturday (Feb. 22) for the Association of Okanogan County Snowmobile Clubs’ annual Charity Ride. Funds raised by participants on the ride go to a “local family in need,” according to Methow Valley Snowmobile Association Vice President, Dolly Stahl. The route took riders on a...