HEADLINES – JULY 1 – READ IT IN PRINT

WSDOT blasting tonight

check out our front page for details and construction  plans over July fourth weekend

‘Relay for Life’ prepares to celebrate survivor birthdays at Pioneer Days

Luminaria bags to honor both lost and surviving cancer fighters, a float, the upcoming relaye, these and more details on the front page of this week’s NKC Tribune.

Forest and fireworks don’t mix – pg A2

DNR, USFS highlight the importance of fire prevention this Fourth of July

Also: Police Chief outlines what is okay and what will get you in trouble with July 4th Fireworks. Pg A4

Exempt well rule imminent

An open house and a formal public hearing on the proposed rule are scheduled for later this month.  When and where? It’s on the NKC Tribune’s front page.

Kladnik’s Coronation kicks off Pioneer Days

42nd annual event: Article & photos on pg A5

‘Plein Air’ painting & photography featured at second annual artists’ festival

2 annual event includes classes, contests and unlimited scenes of opportunity to paint or photograph.  Check for the dates and website on pg B1


OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK’S NKC TRIBUNE:

Run to Roslyn Car Show revvin’ to go

Putting the pine in ‘Pork in the Pines’

Thorp School District approves operating budget

Cle Elum-Roslyn School Board close to approving 2011-12 budget

Bland named Chamber’s Volunteer of the Year 2010

Lambert wins Sons of Italy Mushroom Contest

E. Coli closes two county childcare facilities

Mountains to Sound Greenway site on ‘Great Outdoor Initiative’ tour

SPORTS & SCHOOLS:

Tate steps away from Youth Baseball after ten years

16 teams fill the fields at Coal Bowl

Dave Lockwood Memorial Rotary Golf Tournament raises $$ for various avenues of service

CER School District says farewell to four teachers

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