Rick Lewis is back to flipping burgers and brats, but not because he’s been demoted to grill cook. “I told everybody I’d buy them lunch,” he said, which, on Monday (June 1), meant 20 people gathered around the kitchen and back patio of Pearrygin Lake State Park headquarters, filling paper plates with potato salad, chips and buns, and …
Rules of the road Dear Editor: There are many miles of back roads in the Methow River drainages; many are beautiful drives in their own right and/or lead to access to more beautiful country. As you drive these roads, please remember you are not the only driver on the road. Drive at a pace comfortable […]
Shirley Ann Lewis of Twisp had fatal heart failure at her home on West Second Avenue in Twisp on Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2014, at 1 a.m. She was born in Cabool, Mo., on Sept. 30, 1946, to Marvin and Elta Wilhite. She was raised and went to school in White Center, Wash. She married John […]
Shirley Ann Lewis, 67, passed away Feb. 4, 2014, at her home in Twisp. A full obituary will appear in the Feb. 19 issue of the Methow Valley News.
20 years ago – August 26, 1933 WHO’S ON FIRST? Dale Hutson (left) and Sheila White wait for the long ball in center field at last Saturday’s Donkey baseball game. The contest between Winthrop and Twisp firefighters drew an appreciative audience which heleped raise money for the Winthrop Fire Department. The firefighters from Winthrop were […]
ATV law confused, confusing Dear Editor: Interesting article on the wacky new state all-terrain vehicle law (July 3). Based on your reporting I have to agree with the president of the local ATV club that this law is confused at best. How, for example does a regular four-wheeled car, in which you can be cited […]