Paterson/Brewster alliance focused on vital services In the lower Methow Valley, social services and economic sustainability can be difficult to obtain. Most programs in the Methow Valley only serve the Methow Valley School District, which ends just south of Carlton. In response to the lower valley’s community needs, a small band of concerned citizens are […]
Family and friends of Alvin Hymer remembered him with affection and admiration — and secured some degree of closure — after Hymer’s body was recovered from the Columbia River about 4 miles south of Pateros on Sunday (July 9).
Hymer, age 74, had been trying to rescue his two dogs on July 1 when he fell into the …
Located along the shoreline of the Columbia River, the Methow Monument integrates the natural elements of water, stone, and native plants. An educational park, the space is designed to recognize the Methow’s role in shaping this community from past to present.
Last year, the …
By Marcy Stamper
More than a month after the state’s largest wildfire destroyed hundreds of homes in and around the Methow Valley, homemade signs thanking firefighters still punctuate the landscape.
But in addition to the gratitude, some people have been raising questions about whether fire crews missed early opportunities to keep the fire from getting so big and, ultimately, whether some of those houses could have been saved.
By Marcy Stamper Just days after committing federal funds to help rebuild public infrastructure destroyed in the wildfire, President Obama denied a separate request for assistance to individuals who lost homes and property in the fires. Gov. Jay Inslee intends to appeal the president’s denial of a major disaster declaration for individual assistance under Federal […]
This week: Syrup will be provided; Methow Conservancy hosts dinner, concert; Farm tours, potluck at Crown S Ranch; Raptors at Interpretive Center; Shafer Museum opens for season; Farmers Market at Pateros; Spanish classes for kids; Pridefest set for June 15 and Community market in Marblemount
This week: New look for Bluebird, Job fair coming in April, TwispWorks will be the site of class to help you learn to Build a Wordpress website, and Farmers market for Pateros