HEADLINES – FEBRUARY 10, 2011 – READ IT IN PRINT!

WHERE’S THE NEWS? IT’S IN OUR PRINTED NEWSPAPER ON STANDS, IN STORES AND AT THE NKC TRIBUNE NEWSPAPER AND OFFICE SUPPLY STORE IN DAVIS PLAZA (BEHIND SAFEWAY) – NEW EVERY THURSDAY!


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
HEADLINES – FEBRUARY 10, 2011 – READ IT IN PRINT!