HEADLINES – APRIL 14, 2011 – READ IT IN PRINT!

WHERE ARE THE FULL STORIES? THEY’RE 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!


No cell phones during school: Principal DeHuff gives comprehensive reasons behind the newly instituted ruling.  Front page.

South Cle Elum Centennial celebration slated for August 20: Getting the party started!  An overview of the date and plans for the event on the front page of this week’s NKC Tribune.

Expect I-90 travel delays this week: Areas and times of construction listed on the front page.

Are you ready for State Horse Park season opener this week-end?: Twenty-three events on tap for this year beginning now and going through October.  Interview with Horse Park Executive Director Leslie Thurston on the front page and A5.

Frankly Speaking: on veggie growing 101, “Where do I begin?” pg A4

Build a budget for next school year: Thorp School District wants to hear from it’s community. Pg A7

Easton woman auditioning for ‘The X Factor,’ Simon Cowel’s new TV talent show: Who is aiming to  be the next celebrity and what can you do to help her get prime opportunity? Pg B1

Hopping down the ‘bunny’ trail at ARRF’s Doggie Easter Egg Hunt: Time, place and ‘rules’ on pg B1

OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK’S NKC TRIBUNE:

  • Spring burns planned for Cle Elum Rabger District
  • Studded tire deadline extended 12 more days
  • Upper county ORV Road Closures to be aired at public meeting Friday.
  • Youth Ballpark scores $20k Tuesday night
  • New rule for Cle Elum’s spring clean-up May 3-7
  • U.S. Cellular reopens Ellensburg retail store

SCHOOL & SPORTS

  • Academic Student of the Week: Brian Orndorff
  • Athlete of the Week: Rylee Iacolucci
  • Tonight: Warriors take on Brewster, a school with a story
  • After rough preseason, Warrior fastpitchers find their game
  • Adams homers twice in season opener
  • Marimba band gets a wall mural