HEADLINES – APRIL 21, 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!

PLAY THE NKC TRIBUNE EASTER EGG HUNT AND FIND OUT WHERE THE REAL ONES ARE AROUND YOUR COMMUNITY THIS WEEK-END.  Throughout the pages of this week’s NKC Tribune!

RED SHIRT FRIDAYS – new uniform says “Cle Elum Supports Troops”: Why wear red and who do you know to wear it for? A list of our local currently serving citizens.  Front page.

Upper County ORV closure aired at public meeting: Area key issues addressed on the front page and A6.

Options for habitat improvement on table for Fish Lake: A breakdown of the scope of work the Environmental Assessment proposes for the area and the info you need to get involved, with a deadline of April 25.  Front page and A2

Cle Elum-Roslyn School District shortfall projection nears $35K: With two more meetings to go what cuts are on the table and what’s the good news? Page A6 and B10

35 dogs hop down the bunny trail after eggs: Article and cutie photos on ARRF’s first annual hunt and costume contest for canines. Pg B1

Getting ready to take the plunge. Community teams are lining up to support substance abuse prevention: What can polar bears and chickens possibly have in common in Easton Lake?  Find out on page B1

Frankly Speaking: local foodie (Frank) meets global foodie (Mark Bittman). Pg A4  Mark also explains how tiny steps lead to conscious food choices on pg B8

3rd Thursday: People. Places. Curious Things: Feature stories from the Upper County Told every third Thursday.

  • Meet Julia Karns: Among her other works the winner of the 2003 Washington State HIV/AIDS Educator of the Year Award. Pg B5
  • Fresh Air Artists Festival third annual event expands its focus: Painting, photography and find out what new art form is being added to this years agenda.  Page B5
  • Horsemanship is all about trust: Todd Trewin gives a comprehensive interview on horses, riders and eventing. Pg B6

OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK’S NKC TRIBUNE:

  • Temporary traffic shift on I-90: Expect delays
  • Suncadia books 41,000 rooms in 2010

SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • Academic Student of the Week: Allie Gray
  • Athlete of the Week: Ashleigh Fraser
  • Jace Allen clobbers 3-RBI triple
  • Unofficial themes for CERHS prom 2011: Thrift & the Spirit of Togetherness
  • CERHS Fastpitch: Four doubleheaders to Districts
  • Quicksall, Newman, Bettis, Gall, Kretschman, Skiba take top spots in track and field
HEADLINES – APRIL 21, 2011 – READ IT IN PRINT!