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Lonesome as the Land, an oratorio by Lynette Westendorf, soon to be released

Lonesome as the Land, an oratorio by Lynette Westendorf, soon to be released

By Laurelle Walsh

Friends and colleagues of Lynette Westendorf know that she has been hard at work for several years researching, composing and recording an oratorio about boy soldiers who served in the Civil War …

Locals substitute MethowMan for ChelanMan

Locals substitute MethowMan for ChelanMan

By Mike Maltais

A group of local triathletes who were planning to participate in the Try-a-Tri at the annual ChelanMan multisport event at Lake Chelan on July 19 – 20 ended up holding their own MethowMan version at Patterson Lake when fire and …

Letters to the editor: April 2, 2014

Letters to the editor: April 2, 2014

Unacceptable Dear Editor: From what I understand, the public (who would fund the proposed Methow Valley Recreation District) would have no input or control over projects or taxes levied. It is therefore completely unacceptable. Vote no. Nadine Van Hees, Winthrop   Preventing sexual violence Dear Editor: April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and this year’s campaign...
Winter jazz highlights guitar, piano and trumpet

Winter jazz highlights guitar, piano and trumpet

This year’s final winter jazz concert at The Merc Playhouse showcases local and regional musicians on piano, trumpet, bass, drums and guitar. The first set in the Friday show (March 28) features the Hunt/Westendorf Quartet. Guitarist Terry Hunt will play music from some of his favorite guitarists, including gypsy jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt and jazz...
Letters to the editor: Feb. 12, 2014

Letters to the editor: Feb. 12, 2014

It rocks Dear Editor: Kudos to Steve and Teresa of the Rocking Horse Bakery. Your remodel of the bakery helps to elevate the game in Winthrop for all businesses and makes town an even better place to be, both for locals who live here and for the tourists who choose to spend their vacations here....
Town explores options to reduce ‘light pollution’ at Winthrop rink

Town explores options to reduce ‘light pollution’ at Winthrop rink

By Ann McCreary
In response to concerns expressed by a local resident about “light pollution” from the Winthrop Ice & Sports Rink (WISR), Winthrop town officials will…

Arts shorts

Student piano recital at Merc Local musician, composer and piano teacher Lynette Westendorf will present her annual Student Piano Recital on Sunday (June 2) at 1 p.m. at the Merc Playhouse in Twisp. The recital features 20 young pianists, ages 7 through 17. All students will perform both solo works and in four- or six-hand duet....