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CAUGHT IN EGYPTIAN REVOLUTION
- With help from people at NBC and others, Easton teachers’ mother, MARY DERRICK THORNBERRY, escapes political upheaval: Story and photos of Mary and the people who helped her on the front page and page A6.
- CE-R Athletic Director Peter Smyth flees Cairo with family: story and photos on the front page and page A7
Roslyn readies to spotlight rich history: This article begins this years focus on Roslyn’s 125th birthday! Front page and page A8.
Cle Elum: A highway city challenged by litter?: GO98922 brings the issue to task again, their suggested solutions? Read on page A2
EGSEC may govern permitting for backyard wind turbines: Three democrats and two republicans in support, details on page A8
This years talent showcase could be the best – YET: Directors Rob Witte and Stefan Clemente are thinking outside the box as they plan this years event. More on page A9 of this week’s NKC Tribune.
WHAT IS LOVE?: Easton 3rd and 4th graders weigh in on the subject. Page B1
Upper County Couples REVEAL SECRETS of enduring love: Several long term couples and one set of newlyweds share their advice for themselves and others. Pages B6 & B7
OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK’S NKC TRIBUNE:
- Winter parking rules are still in effect
- Red Mtn avalanche takes woman’s life
- Town meetings set to air county jail construction project
- Roslyn Winter Blues Festival event warming up for next week
SCHOOL & SPORTS:
- Henrichsen & Weigert nab essay awards at state
- Academic Student of the Week: Lindsey Dearmin
- Athlete of the Week: Alex Goss
- Four lucky student readers win bikes
- Warrior basketball season ends