HEADLINES – JULY 29 2010 – READ IT IN PRINT

  • Morton ready to dump Waste Mgmt

Move comes in response to rate hike-front page

  • State Board of Appeals rules on Suncadia, Tumble Creek, and Roslyn Ridge requests for property value decreases

2009 and 2010 Tax year impacts-front page

  • Washington out of the race

State cut out of Race to the Top funding-front page

  • Two local residents file appeal on proposed solar farm

Appeal would have Teanaway Solar Reserve complete a thorough Environmental Impact Study before breaking ground-page A9

  • Pettit, staff garner state recognition from Veterans

System could provide a model for the rest of the country-page A9

  • Morton leading council into new era?

Busy night at Tuesday’s regular council meeting-page A10

  • 500 show for hatchery’s annual salmon bake-photo essay

Native Americans celebrated the event in a special way-page B1

  • Moosefest keeps Northern Exposure legacy alive-photo essay

Fans and stars convened in Roslyn for yet another year-page B2

  • Capturing the Beauty of Kittitas County-photo essay

On canvas and in photographs at the 2010 Fresh Air Artists Festival hosted by High Country Artists-page B3

  • Preliminary plat approved for 67-lot, 112-acre development south of Lower Peoh Point Road

How commissioners voted-page A9

  • Record-breaking crowd goes ‘hog wild’ for ribs and rhythms at Pork in the Pines-photo essay

Event organizers feel they hit their mark, local officials weigh in-page B12

  • SPORTS & SCHOOLS

Everything is coming together for Easton School District-front page

CE-R School Board approves 2010-2011 budget-page A9

Participation fee increases at Thorp School District-page A11

Cle Elum Kiwanis Dollars for SCHOLARS Golf Tourney tees off this Saturday-page B8

Watts, Jansen, Eberhardt nab top singles awards at Life Support Golf Classics