Local relocation project returns animals to natural habitat By Ann McCreary Can a rodent species native to the Methow Valley help solve problems created by climate change? Absolutely, according to a local biologist who leads the Methow Beaver Project. Beavers, the animal kingdom’s version of the Army Corps of Engineers, build dams that store water […]
North Cascades Basecamp launches its annual soup-and-something-interesting series on Thursday (Jan. 14) with a presentation by local biologist Kent Woodruff about the Methow Beaver Project. All of the Thursday night events begin with soup at 5:30 p.m. ($7 per person) followed by the program at 6 p.m. Coming up: • Jan.21: Celeste and Kip Roberts […]
When Chomper and Sandy met in a concrete pen in Winthrop, it was love at first sniff.
He’s an inquisitive 44-pound male, busted for felling apple trees. She’s a lustrous red-blonde, incarcerated for killing cottonwoods. Sandy had first been paired with an inmate named Hendrix, but they lacked …
By Marcy Stamper
“I have always been a reader — since I was a girl — and I always got my books in the library. I love books and being around people who love books,” said Dawn Woodruff, Twisp’s first new librarian in more than three decades. Woodruff spent her first …
Continued growth Dear Editor: As we continue to walk forward as a community and imagine the future for our place, the choices we make for leaders become ever more urgent. Dwight Filer’s business history here, his family roots, his concern for town improvement and beautification, his interest in local, regional, and national issues, and even […]