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!
Battle of the Undefeateds: Bator leads 8-0 Warrior girls on the warpath to finals. A look at the season that brings it down to Zillah and the Warriors for the league championship. Front page.
Cle Elum no longer ‘Tree City USA’: this and secral other issues addressed at the last city council meeting. Page A2
Frankly Speaking: On ‘the list’ of things best included in this week’s canned food drive. Page A4
Selzler lands Mackinaw giant and $1800 prize: Photo essay, story and list of 2011 Tourney Winners on page A5
What to do if you’re busted by the Purple Posse May 18: OR how to bust somebody!! All in the name of fun and cancer awareness. Page A8
‘Moon Over Buffalo’ Coming to Cle Elum’s Vogue Theatre: Auditions, rehearsals, performances. Information on all this and more about ‘Boulet Productions’ on page B1
Marimba’s in the Mountains: Tendai Muparutsa (from Zimbabwe), Jacqueline Fallon (CERES music teacher) and the (CERES) Pembera Youth Marimba Band provide an evening of food, dancing and music to the community. Story and photos on page B2
Four unusual dates in 2011: See why this is called a Moneybag year. Page B4
OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK’S NKC TRIBUNE:
- Teanaway Road improvement project gears up
- Code change for digital messaging signs to be aired
- Vehicle prowl suspect tackled by homeowner
- Letter carriers’ deliver food drive Saturday
SCHOOL & SPORTS:
- Academic Student of the Week: Cree Bagley
- Athlete of the Week: Ashley Morehouse
- Educator of the Year: Easton School teacher and coach, Ce Ce Badda
- Taklo selected to national team
- CERHS baseball season ends
- Shalina Ross-Wright and Amanda Anderson headed to Family, Career and Community Leaders of America conference in Anaheim CA.