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Preserving the legacy of land

Preserving the legacy of land

Miller family members are the last Methow tribe descendants to live on a Moses Allotment Editor’s note: For more than 13,000 years, Native Americans have lived along the waterways of the Pacific Northwest. Columbia River tribes share the names of waterways they call home: the Entiats, the Wenatchiis, the Chelans, the Lakes, the Okanagans and...
Preserving the Salish language

Preserving the Salish language

The Miller family helped revive interest in their native tongue Editor’s note: For more than 13,000 years, Native Americans have lived along the waterways of the Pacific Northwest. Columbia River tribes share the names of waterways they call home: the Entiats, the Wenatchiis, the Chelans, the Lakes, the Okanagans and the Methows. Members of the...
Preserving age-old weaving traditions

Preserving age-old weaving traditions

The Miller family, descended from the original Methow tribe, is determined to keep the art of basket weaving alive Editor’s note: For more than 13,000 years, Native Americans have lived along the waterways of the Pacific Northwest. Columbia River tribes share the names of waterways they call home: the Entiats, the Wenatchiis, the Chelans, the...
500 generations in the Methow Valley

500 generations in the Methow Valley

At a recent community meeting in Pateros, neighbors introduced themselves by sharing how long their family had lived in the area. Mark Miller stood, announced his name and quietly sat down. The meeting coordinator reminded him to share …
More than a murder: The story of a Methow Valley tragedy

More than a murder: The story of a Methow Valley tragedy

A daughter’s quest to learn about her mother’s past becomes a journey of discovery By Joanna Bastian “My father always said he’d been in love with my mother since the age of 5,” Kathleen Bigger said as she sipped a glass of iced tea and paused over a salad at the Twisp River Pub recently....
Letters to the editor: October 22, 2014

Letters to the editor: October 22, 2014

Community deserves it Dear Editor: Re: Okanogan County Fire District 6 levy request. It seems to me that much of the money we pay in taxes goes towards all sorts of things that we have no control over and would not necessarily choose to support. This is an opportunity to do something in our community...
Letters to the editor: August 27, 2014

Letters to the editor: August 27, 2014

Wrong priorities Dear Editor: I see in the legal briefs the call for bids to repave Lincoln Street from Twisp Avenue to the park and pool area. I fail to see the priorities on these street repairs. It’s one of the town’s better streets that has no potholes in its driving surface. We have other...
Letters to the editor: July 2, 2014

Letters to the editor: July 2, 2014

Thanks for pool support Dear Editor: The Auxiliary of the Eagles put on a delicious fundraiser for Friends of the Pool last weekend. What a wonderful group of people to put on the spaghetti feed. They asked for our list of what needs to be accomplished and said they would see what they can do....
Twisp man charged in home assault, robbery

Twisp man charged in home assault, robbery

By Don Nelson

James Ryan Jones of Twisp has been charged in Okanogan County Superior Court with first-degree assault and first-degree …

Suspect arrested in connection with beating, robbery of Twisp man in his home

Suspect arrested in connection with beating, robbery of Twisp man in his home

By Don Nelson
Twisp police have one suspect in custody and have identified another person of interest in connection with the beating …