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Flagg Mountain cabin legal dispute awaits judge’s ruling

Flagg Mountain cabin legal dispute awaits judge’s ruling

The trial over the legality of a small cabin built atop Flagg Mountain in Mazama concluded last week with oral closing arguments and a visit to the cabin site by Okanogan County Superior Court Judge Chris Culp, who is expected to make a ruling in October. Attorney David Bricklin, who is representing the plaintiffs in...
Flagg Mountain cabin trial continues this week

Flagg Mountain cabin trial continues this week

The trial over the legality of a small cabin built atop Flagg Mountain in 2012 is running longer than originally expected, and was continuing this week in Okanogan County Superior Court before Judge Chris Culp. The trial was scheduled to last four days last week, but observers and interested parties said they expected that at...
Headed for court

Headed for court

A contingency of Mazama-area residents gathered Tuesday morning (Aug. 12), ready to travel to Okanogan to observe the first day of a trial over the legality of a small cabin built atop Flagg Mountain in 2012. The trial, expected to last about four days, will be heard by Okanogan County Superior Court Judge Chris Culp....
News briefs: August 6

News briefs: August 6

This week: Flagg Mountain cabin case goes to trial, and Head for the Stampede
Flagg Mountain cabin case back in Superior Court next week

Flagg Mountain cabin case back in Superior Court next week

By Don Nelson

The legal dispute over a small cabin built atop Flagg Mountain near Mazama resumes Tuesday (July 8), when a pre-trial …

Move the Hut group nears fundraising goal

By Don Nelson
Move the Hut, a local nonprofit organization that is fighting the placement of a small cabin on the brow of Flagg Mountain near Mazama, is nearing its goal of raising $30,000 to cover the group’s legal costs.
‘Move the Hut’ event raises funds for legal process

‘Move the Hut’ event raises funds for legal process

BY DON NELSON A lively crowd of about 150 people turned out last Saturday (July 6) for a barbecue, music and fundraising event at the Mazama Community Center. The event was sponsored by Move the Hut, a local nonprofit organization that is fighting the placement of a small cabin on the brow of Flagg Mountain,...