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Rainy weather triggers flashback to January 2009: 30 flooding incidents reported in Kittitas County, photo and coverage of the situation on the front page and A6.
Cle Elum Eagles struggle to keep doors open now: What’s it going to take to keep this 100 yr old presence open in our community? Find out, it’s on the front page and A7.
Thorp School Board discusses local impact of education budget proposals: a close-up look at the impact Gregoire’s proposed (education) budget would have on Thorp’s School’s future operation. Front page & A5
Underage drinking, identity theft and fraud top blotter: check out the story on the Utah fugitive found living in South Cle Elum… pg A6
The cost of putting more cops on the street: Proposition 2 wrap-up. In early January the NKC Tribune talked with officials at the county seat, Ellensburg, the city of Kittitas, South Cle Elum, Cle Elum and Roslyn to find out what these revenues have done for county and municipal law enforcement agencies. Pg A7
A new buzz for Four Loko: You can’t drink and drive but your vehicle can. Pg A8
OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK’S NKC TRIBUNE:
- Houle grabs first Upper County McDonald’s hamburger
- Hinkle sponsors bill to create State Water Commission
SCHOOL & SPORTS:
- Three Kittitas County students receive national FFA degree
- Academic Student of the Week: Kenan Eveaert
- Athlete of the Week: Kourtney Clark
- Coach of the year: Tony Kretschman
- Warriors (boys varsity basketball) aren’t giving up
- Fourth Place & holding: CERHS girls (basketball) get back on their feet for homestretch to districts