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The answer is: yes, still time to register for Trivia Night

The answer is: yes, still time to register for Trivia Night

Registration closes next Tuesday (April 21) for Trivia Night, an evening of friendly mental competition to benefit Public School Funding Alliance that will take place on April 27. Four-person teams compete in three rounds of written questions covering a wide range of topics including pop culture, literature, geography, sports, history, math, science, art, music, and...
Test your recall at PSFA’s upcoming Trivia Night

Test your recall at PSFA’s upcoming Trivia Night

Rouse your brain from its winter hibernation: Trivia Night is back. The Public School Funding Alliance’s seventh annual memory-challenging fundraiser is on April 27 at the Twisp River Pub. Four-person teams compete in three rounds of written questions covering a wide range of topics including pop culture, literature, geography, sports, history, math, science, art, music,...
Aaron Studen selected to fill Twisp Council vacancy

Aaron Studen selected to fill Twisp Council vacancy

By Ann McCreary

Aaron Studen, owner of the Twisp River Pub, has been selected by the Twisp Town Council to fill a council seat previously held by Clint Estes. The position has been vacant since Estes resigned in July. The term runs through December 2017, and Studen will be required to run...

Community briefs: October 15, 2014

Community briefs: October 15, 2014

This week: The whole dam story, Make a difference, Living in the North Cascades, and Tools for fire victims
Arts briefs: August 20, 2014

Arts briefs: August 20, 2014

Blues at the pub Anni Piper, described as Australia’s “First Lady of Blues,” will appear Saturday (Aug. 23) at the Twisp River Pub. The show begins at 9 p.m. and there is a $5 cover charge. For more information, call 997-6822. a Love, Big Bad Gina share stage Local favorite Laura Love will be joined...
Help wanted

Help wanted

By Ann McCreary

During any busy summer weekend in Winthrop, visitors swarm Sheri’s Sweet Shoppe like yellow jackets at a picnic. Chances are they’ll be served the ice cream cones and candy that are Sheri’s specialty by an employee from Europe. “Usually a quarter to a third of …
Hunt tries his hand at filmmaking with locally cast Haiku

Hunt tries his hand at filmmaking with locally cast Haiku

By Ann McCreary
A jaded, junk food-eating, hard-partying reporter travels from Seattle to a remote valley to interview a once-famous 1960s beat poet who has become a monkish recluse. The reporter encounters a very different …
Electric vehicle rally rolls through valley in June

Electric vehicle rally rolls through valley in June

Plug-In North Central Washington, an organization that supports electric vehicles, is hosting the North Cascades EV Rally of Discovery on June 6 and 7, with a major portion of the route in the Methow Valley. The 157-mile rally will begin on June 7 at Pine Near RV Park in Winthrop, which has an electric charging...
Hear LBHS jazz band and support music program

Hear LBHS jazz band and support music program

Enjoy high-energy jazz and a satisfying bowl of spaghetti — and help support the Liberty Bell High School music program — when the Liberty Bell jazz band plays at the Twisp River Pub next Wednesday (April 23). The 18-member student group — five saxophones; four trombones; three trumpets; and a rhythm section with keyboard, guitar, percussion, and three bass players (one...
Start studying: Trivia Night is coming

Start studying: Trivia Night is coming

The Methow Valley Public School Funding Alliance’s annual Trivia Night fundraiser will be on April 28 at the Twisp River Pub, with doors opening at 5 p.m. for social time and dinner and the intense competition beginning at 6 p.m. Participants compete in teams of four in three rounds of written questions about a wide...