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