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Twisp: May 18, 2016

Twisp: May 18, 2016

By Sarah Schrock I am skeptical of the notion of death without regret. Sure, all of us would love to arrive at the finish line without harboring doubts over our lives decisions. But this weekend I managed to generate a regret I am sure to go to my grave with: missing “A Prairie Home Companion”...
Twisp: April 27, 2016

Twisp: April 27, 2016

By Sarah Schrock Leave it to Twisp to serve up gluten-free matzah balls on Earth Day at a local Passover Seder. At least a two dozen Jews and Gentiles gathered at two separate homes last Friday to celebrate Passover. Lasting eight days and nights, Passover celebrates the liberation of Jews from the bondage of slavery...
Twisp: April 20, 2016

Twisp: April 20, 2016

By Sarah Schrock It happens every few months. I get a phone call from a concerned neighbor or friend alerting me that my dog is running around town along the highway. In a brief state of panic, I look for my girl and she’s right where I left her, asleep in my house. Nope, the...
Twisp: March 9, 2016

Twisp: March 9, 2016

By Sarah Schrock They called for doom and gloom, but were mistaken. Forecasters that is, not the Republican frontrunners. The unpredictable winds did deflate the balloon festival a bit, much to the dismay of hundreds of onlookers. Thankfully, a few balloonists cranked up the fans and hot air to give free tethered rides to eager...
Twisp: Jan. 20, 2016

Twisp: Jan. 20, 2016

By Sarah Schrock I write this on the brink of coming home from Canada after a few days of retreat from the valley.  It’s always refreshing to get away, to see new faces and places, and gain some perspective. You only have to go north across the border to have a real international experience. British...
Twisp: Jan. 13, 2015

Twisp: Jan. 13, 2015

By Sarah Schrock It’s a bit unnerving introducing yourself to your friends and neighbors while wearing a new hat. Almost as unnerving as the gigantic ice flow on the Twisp River that threatened to wipe out properties and the park this week. Thankfully, Mother Nature took care of that and our hardworking public works staff...