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Chambers working on business growth initiatives for Methow Valley

Chambers working on business growth initiatives for Methow Valley

Public meetings next week will seek ideas on economic development By Marcy Stamper The Twisp and Winthrop chambers of commerce are teaming up to gather ideas — from residents and business owners — for economic development in the Methow Valley. They have also been conducting their own research into what employers and employees need to create a healthy local...
From Back Issues

From Back Issues

20 years ago, April 6, 1995 30 years ago, April 4, 1985 Nail spill: Sonnichsens get point, after point,…. Approximately 17 boxes containing thousands of nails fell off a delivery truck and scattered across the Loup Loup Highway, prompting highway workers to re-route traffic and the Sonnichsen family to scoop up pounds of shiny nails....
Chambers host fire-recovery meeting for valley businesses

Chambers host fire-recovery meeting for valley businesses

The chambers of commerce for Winthrop and Twisp invite all businesses in the Methow Valley to a meeting on Thursday (Sept. 11) from 8:30 – 9:30 a.m. at the Winthrop Barn to discuss recovery from the summer’s fires. The meeting will include an overview of efforts to re-build tourism, an update on the valley’s long-term recovery organization,...
Candidates’ forum draws packed house

Candidates’ forum draws packed house

By Don Nelson
Candidates for the commission that would oversee a proposed Methow Valley Recreation District had a chance to make personal impressions on the voters during a public forum last week at the Twisp Valley Grange. Ten of the 13 candidates for five at-large positions on the commission attended the forum…...
Venable at chamber meeting

Venable at chamber meeting

Tom Venable, the new superintendent of the Methow Valley School District, will be the guest speaker for the Twisp Chamber of Commerce’s monthly general membership meeting, at 11:30 a.m. on Sept. 26 at Hometown Pizza. Cost is $10. For more information, call 997-3300.