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  1. John Robert "Bob" DuncanRead the original story

    Sunday May 14 | Wenatchee World

    In 1951, he worked for the Soil Conservation Service in Twisp, ; then in 1957, he was employed by the Okanogan National Forest, where he worked as a Trail and Road Engineer for over 30 years. On August 10, 1952, Bob married Anne Griffiths of Twisp, his loving wife of 64 years.

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  2. Flooding: Small streams now, rivers soonRead the original story

    Monday May 8 | Wenatchee World

    As Okanogan County works to reopen roads damaged by runoff flooding last month, more were closed over the weekend as water breached the banks of small streams near Conconully, Oroville and Twisp. The problems were caused by a rainstorm Thursday night followed by warm weather that hastened runoff, most of it in areas scarred by wildfires in 2014 and 2015.

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  3. Runoff damage massive on main Twisp-to-Okanogan highwayRead the original story

    Wednesday May 3 | Wenatchee World

    There are two gaping holes on Highway 20 between Twisp and Okanogan - like canyons that cut through the roadway - one east, and one west of the 4,020-foot Loup Loup Pass. State officials say it will likely be another month before one lane is open to through traffic, with wait times and pilot cars. 1 comment

  4. Highway 20 open by Memorial Day? Don't bet on itRead the original story

    Tuesday May 2 | Wenatchee World

    "We had fresh snow again yesterday," Jeff Adamson, a spokesman for the Washington State Department of Transportation, said Tuesday. "We're dealing with a winter that just won't go away."

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  5. Police-chase convict loses appealRead the original story

    Tuesday May 2 | Wenatchee World

    A Methow Valley man convicted of crashing into a pursuing State Patrol car during a 2014 chase lost his initial appeal Tuesday, after failing to prove that police misidentified him as the driver. Brandon O. Keele, 34, of Twisp told the state Court of Appeals that foggy witness memories, tattoos that weren't noted by police and an alibi vouched for by his father and a family friend should exonerate him from convictions for second-degree assault, first-degree malicious mischief and attempting to For as little as 27 cents a day, you can have complete access to all the local news, photos and video content from North Central Washington's primary news source.

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  6. Old newsRead the original story

    Monday May 1 | Wenatchee World

    Articles of incorporation have been filed with the secretary of state for the Filer & McAlister Co. of Twisp, with a capital stock of $15,000.

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  7. Forest Service finding numerous washoutsRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 27 | Wenatchee World

    As the snow melts in the high country, visitors and U.S. Forest Service employees are finding substantial damage to roads across the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest. Popular Forest Service roads that are now closed include the Cow Creek Road near Twisp, the Baily Creek Road near Tonasket and the South Fork Tieton Road near Naches.

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  8. Climate march set for TwispRead the original story

    Mar 17, 2017 | Wenatchee World

    Soils are very saturated this spring and over 100 landslides and ground failures have already TWISP - Residents in Twisp are organizing a People's Climate March on April 29, joining others across the country who are gathering to call attention to climate change. The free event will honor clean air, clean water and public lands as a part of the rural lifestyle and heritage, a news release on the event said.

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  9. Flooding issues persist in Okanogan CountyRead the original story

    Apr 10, 2017 | Wenatchee World

    Two Conconully-area cabins were damaged and the list of Okanogan County roads impacted by water or mudslides grew to 24 over the weekend. Highway 20 between Twisp and Okanogan remains closed after Friday's rainstorm left major washouts.

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  10. Flooding, mud, debris hit roads in Okanogan CountyRead the original story

    Apr 8, 2017 | Wenatchee World

    Two state highways and at least nine Okanogan County roads became dangerous Friday with mudslides, falling rocks and water flowing over roadways. Crews, both wary and weary, continued Saturday to monitor the water and debris-flow damage and clear what they could.

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  11. Ellis, SmithRead the original story

    Apr 3, 2017 | Wenatchee World

    Katie Ellis and Mathew Smith, both of Wenatchee, have announced their engagement. The couple have been together for five years.

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  12. Michael Elliott MarchandRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 19, 2017 | Wenatchee World

    Mike was born to Sue and Ernie Marchand in Brewster, , on November 21, 1962. He spent his childhood in Twisp, Wa, where he and his brothers and sisters would play in the mountains.

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  13. Forest Service plans restoration projectsRead the original story

    Feb 1, 2017 | Wenatchee World

    The projects are designed to reduce the likelihood of severe wildfires and create a more resilient ecosystem, according to news releases from the U.S. Forest Service. The Mission Restoration Project covers just over 50,000 acres south and west of Twisp, in the Buttermilk and Libby Creek areas.

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  14. Maureen ClineRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 29, 2017 | Wenatchee World

    She was born in Brewster, , to Lawrence and Millie Bernbeck. Maureen graduated from Twisp High School in 1956.

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  15. Thinning and burning proposed near TwispRead the original story

    Jan 13, 2017 | Wenatchee World

    With widespread low elevation snow across the Inland TWISP - The Methow Valley Ranger District is proposing to thin and treat about 300 acres of national forestland on McClure Mountain to help protect an emergency communications site. Shrubs and trees that are stressed by diseases and insects pose a risk of wildfire, and firefighter safety, a U.S. Forest Service news release said.

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  16. Climate panel to discuss new movieRead the original story

    Jan 12, 2017 | Wenatchee World

    With widespread low elevation snow across the Inland Northwest, there is the possibility for small stream and urban TWISP - The Methow Valley Citizens Council is sponsoring a showing of the documentary, "How to Let Go of the World and Love All the Things Climate Can't Change," on Saturday, followed by a panel discussion. Before showing the film, a panel of experts will speak briefly about how climate change is likely to impact the Methow Valley.

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  17. Two Methow Valley cougars tracked and killed after nabbing petsRead the original story

    Jan 5, 2017 | Wenatchee World

    A Twisp-area family whose dog was attacked by wolves three years ago lost another dog to a cougar on Tuesday. Both cougars were tracked and killed, said Washington Fish & Wildlife Sgt.

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  18. Agnes Mae Cook KennedyRead the original story

    Dec 22, 2016 | Wenatchee World

    Agnes Mae Cook Kennedy entered into heavenly rest peacefully on November 9, 2016. Agnes was born August 9, 1926, in Carlton, , to Mae and John Cook, the youngest of three children.

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  19. Agencies release 'learning review' after fatal Twisp fireRead the original story

    Dec 16, 2016 | Wenatchee World

    But a joint report released Friday says that it was a "typical" initial attack response to a wildland fire, and that agencies can and should set boundaries on unacceptable risk, and develop better ways to know when to retreat. Among other things, it recommends that, in this era of megafires, communities should become more fire resilient, and fire agencies should reduce the public's expectations for protecting property when fighting wildfires.

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  20. Book-It Repertory Theatre brings literature to life at local librariesRead the original story

    Dec 15, 2016 | Wenatchee World

    Literature with a lesson - and a lesson particularly fitting for this time of year - will come to life in libraries from Moses Lake to Twisp and many branches in between next week. The Book-It Repertory Theatre of Seattle will be doing performances of Matt de la Pea's award-winning book "Last Stop on Market Street" next Monday through Thursday.

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