HEADLINES – JUNE 10 – READ IT IN PRINT

I-90 Rock Blasting Project

4 Full pages of recognizing  our local seniors.

Suncadia is selling water

Meet the first buyers on the front (and back) page.

Leaving behind ideas, taking with them experience

Future architects of America talk about what their experience with Roslyn has taught them, front pg and pg A9

Solar trash compactors proposed for Cle Elum

Trash going high tech?  Check out this option for our city streets on this week’s front page of the NKC Tribune.

Mobile mammography unit delivers to Cle Elum in July

When and whom we have to thank for this coming convenience in local women’s health care.  Page A9

Dorgan’s dogs and the cost of compassion

Meet Bonnie, Alvin and Millie and their hero, Mr. Dorgan.  Page B1

When darkness falls on downtown Roslyn

The night sky lights up for the first Northern Lights Festival.  Lights, wine, music, something for everyone. More on page B3.

OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK’S NKC TRIBUNE:

  • Police Start Ticketing Drivers Using Cell Phones
  • June forecast still predicts prorationing for junior water rights owners
  • Antler hunting in Kittitas County
  • Niemantsverdriet nails Hole-in-One

SCHOOL & SPORTS:

  • Tasker is 4-H Scholarship winner
  • Overnight Camp of Champs n’ Future Warriors
  • Craft signs with Concordia
  • Congratulations Warriors on a Great Spring Season, photo essay
HEADLINES – JUNE 10 – READ IT IN PRINT

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