HEADLINES – FEBRUARY 24, 2011 – READ IT IN PRINT!

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Pair of snowmobile accidents shadow weekend: Identity of the riders, circumstances of the accident and injuries sustained reported on this week’s front page.

County ‘locavores’ outline food co-op at upcoming meeting: Want a more convenient place to purchase locally raised food?  See how this group is trying to bring that together for the community.

‘Son-cadia’ born Fen 19: Conan Suncadia Devore was assisted in his arrival by local EMT and Suncadia employee Debbie Losse (and others).  This heartwarming story on the front page.

Coming your way: Revised animal control ordinance public hearing: Officers and City Council working together to provide a three city equality.  Page A2

South Cle Elum demands halt to recreational use of Lake Cle Elum: a look back at 1925 in honor of South Cle Elum’s 125 year anniversary.

Ellensburg’s Cowboy Gathering puts best ‘boot’ forward: Full page article and photo essay covering the event on page A8.

Was your radio disrupted? And, Northern lights would have been seen from Kittitas County: Coverage of last week’s three plasma clouds on collision course with earth. Page A10

Roslyn Crawl; Blues under blue winter skies: Marko’s, The Pastime and The Brick pull off another successful crawl, photos and coverage on page B1.

An Upper County matriarch passes: A tribute to 107 year old Olive Stoneburg, page B3

OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK’S NKC TRIBUNE:

  • State’s education budget cuts impact Thorp School District
  • Sledding accident near the Pass leads to death of 7 year old child.
  • Column: Frankly Speaking… about cooking classes
  • Washington’s beef industry unites against hunger
  • Shots fired after driver twice attempts to run Trooper down.
  • Mardi Gras rolls into town Saturday at Vogue Theatre
  • Volunteer crews make for a ‘Big Bagna Bang’

SCHOOL & SPORTS:

  • Academic Student of the Week: Nick Browitt
  • Athlete of the Week: Elise Loewen
  • Abbott does it again: School assignment sports article by Isac Montgomery
  • Making a difference: school district volunteers
  • CONGRATULATIONS Warriors! You played hard this winter season!
  • Warriors receive recognition at awards night
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