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County officials brief flood victims: Where to go for information on flood damage reporting and recovery options? That information and more on the front page of this week’s NKC Tribune.
Are you eligible for property assessment reduction for loss? Victim of recent flooding? Pg A10
“IT HAD TO BE YOU” CER band members musically serenade school board members: Board members also attempt solving middle school math, with some help from middle school student volunteers. These and other more business related issues reported on the front page.
Hinkle discusses proposed Water Commission: Representative Bill Hinkle submits to a question and answer conversation to present what he hopes to accomplish with the new bill he has proposed regarding our current water issues. Front page and pg A7.
KVCH signs contract with Virginia Mason: Read how this contract brings KVCH to a level ll care facility for stroke victims. Pg A8
South Cle Elum: The town that almost wasn’t: a look at 1911, pg A10
- Bagna Caulda Festival
- Legislative Day and Lobby Day. Feb 3-4
- Now seeking organizers for Fourth of July Street Fair
- After Hours with Roslyn Sunday Market
- Feathernester Auction Dinner Tickets
- Pioneer Days July 2-4
OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK’S NKC TRIBUNE:
- Park & Recreation District 1 not giving up hope in 2011
- “Frankly Speaking” column: “Brrrr…it’s cold! Time for Beef Stew”, with executive chef Frank Schuchman
- Get your pet licensed today
- Nelson assumes contracted role in City Planning Dept.
- Ellensburg suspects arrested in Oregon
- A stellar year for ARRF: program helps more than 363 animals in 2010
- Eagles Club to remain open
- County mailing out 42,473 property tax statements
SCHOOL & SPORTS:
- Former CERHS student & athlete star graduates Marine boot camp
- Academic Student of the Week: Michael Anderson
- Athlete of the Week: Tashia Mosley
- CERHS inducts National Honor Society students
- Parental input sought for Easton School’s academic improvement plan