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Museum preserves significant history: A look into the history of telephones in our community and a look to the future of our telephone museum. Front page
Fate of Teanaway Solar Farm rides on senate passing HB1365: What is HB-1365 and why is it critical to the Teanaway Solar Farm? Find out on the front page of this week’s NKC Tribune.
Testing the water before the plunge: Why are Superintendent Flateau and Police Chief Ferguson standing in the frigid waters of Lake Easton? Front page.
Frankly Speaking: about April showers bringing on the fruits and vegies. Page A4
Make it better… but don’t change it too much: University of Washington’s Storefront Studio students hear from the Roslyn community. Page B1
Army National Guard band appears in concert at Swauk Teanaway Grange: 2 concerts following a pulled pork luncheon. A look at the band and times of the concerts, page B3
OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK’S NKC TRIBUNE
- Studded tire removal deadline extended again.
- Town Hall Meeting April 15 on upper county ORV closures.
- Sons of Italy raises $4000+ for scholarships
- Local Girl Scout Troops make the world better for animals
SCHOOL & SPORTS:
- Academic Student of the week: Kelsi Gall
- Athlete of the Week: Michael Newman
- South African native, former USTA pro, takes over CERHS tennis
- Four place at track meet in Cashmere
- Incelement weather continues to plague fastpitchers
- Walter Strom Middle School spring sports schedule
- Moen and Hoffine place in Little Guy State Wrestling