HEADLINES – MAY 19, 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!


Junior Achievement of WA to open $3.8 million learning center in Yakima: What is the learning center about and meet some of the movers and shakers behind making it happen. Front page.

Repeal of upper county ORV closure ordinance official: One commissioners prediction on meeting attendance, “It will either be a full house or nobody will come at all.”  Find out the outcome on this weeks’ front page.

Lower county floods trigger state of emergency: Roads washed away, people stranded, homes flooded. A look at the situation on page A8.

Horse Park hosts five events, draws 200-plus: the positive economic impact, how much money is still needed, what kind of volunteerism is present.  This and more covered on page A9.

Frankly Speaking: Who doesn’t love a good salad? Page A4   Also: How to grow a salad: Page B7

Barr named Cle Elum Firefighter of the Year: Photo essay and article on the Fireman’s Ball, page B1

Remembering a war hero’s story: Memorial Day Week-end event honors ancestors laid to rest at Roslyn Cemetery. Page B5

The Sky’s The Limit: Upper County windfarm turbine climbers: Who are the Kittitas Valley Windfarm turbine techs, supervisor’s and support crew? Meet them and hear their stories on page B6

OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEKS’ NKC TRIBUNE:

  • Saddle up for 30th annual John Wayne Trail ride

SCHOOL & SPORTS:

Academic Student of the Week: Sarah Gronostalski

Athlete of the Week: Carlee Creager

Iacolicci wins golf districts

Senior projects entertain & provide glimpses into developing minds

Satement of Champions: Creager’s Eleventh Hour centerfield homer