HEADLINES – DECEMBER 16, 2010 – READ IT IN PRINT!

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Deneen wins season World Cup opener: From a spectacular Olympic crash (that still netted him the fastest time across the finish line) to ranking #1 in the world. Story on the front page of this week’s NKC Tribune.

About Licensing Your Dog for 2011: Everything you ever wanted to know about licensing and Upper County’s new Animal Control Officers’ duties. Front page and A8

Second case of Whooping Cough identified: The signs and symptoms, an explanation of the inoculations and how the disease has affected our schools. Front page

2011 hotel-motel tax distributions light but lively: A break-down of how they ‘spread the wealth,’ providing a peek into what we can look forward to seeing happen in our community in 2011. Page A2

Good news for Centennial Center and the City of Cle Elum?: Possible land swap on the horizon, details on page A5

Forty-three metallic giants are making electricity in the Upper County: Report card on Horizon Wind Energy’s turbines. Page B2

Taking the mystery out of the Upper County groundwater study: pg A7

  • Purpose and Objectives of the Study
  • Study Area Defined
  • Geology of the Study Area
  • Data Resources and Tools Used in the Field
  • Study of Cost at Completion

OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEKS NKC TRIBUNE:

  • Hospital District 2 makes bid to buy Pine Crest
  • How to recognize hypothermia and what to do about it
  • City of Cle Elum winter parking regulations
  • County snowplow operators: Give ‘em 53,000-pounds of respect this winter
  • Upper Yakima River Fish and Wildlife habitat conserved forever
  • Avalanche control crews on job twice last week
  • Guided snowshoe walks for all skill levels

SCHOOL & SPORTS:

  • Academic Student of the Week: Nick Osmonovich
  • Athlete of the Week: Dan Boehme