HEADLINES – MAY 5, 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!


Dawn Sparks receives national award for excellence in teaching: The highest honor for a K-12 math or science teacher. Front page.

Wilson named Washington Mason’s Teacher of the Year: From a field of teachers nominated in 32 Mason districts statewide Karissa Williams wins the tenth annual honor.  Front page.

Upper County moves into building season with no large scale projects confirmed: A close look at the city’s year-to-date permit valuations from 2007-2011. Front page & A7

Street Poll: “What was your reaction after hearing about Bin Laden?”: Five locals and three government officials weigh in, page A4

Frankly Speaking: about May, National Salad Month

Freezin’ for a reason: Polar Plungers (43)  and ‘chickens’ raise $8,638: Story and photo essay on Page A8

It was ATM (All Things Motorcycle) at the Iron Horse Trail Show: A list of winners out of the 50 entries on page B1

Following the paper trail… Kittitas County Genealogical Society & the Ellensburg Library sponsor the first Family History Fair.  Page B2

OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK’S NKC TRIBUNE:

  • WSDOT I-90 travel impacts during May 5-9
  • Bear proof your home this spring
  • Second time in Hatchery history: Early release of 278,000 yearlings
  • Suncadia Resort receives AA Four Diamond Award for second consecutive year
  • City fence-building moratorium hearing draws little interest
  • Eighteen venues participated in Last Friday’s Student Art Walk in Roslyn
  • Friends of the Roslyn Library donates $24,065 to city
  • Cops gather in Cle Elum to learn about gang mentality

SCHOOL & SPORTS:

  • Academic Student of the Week: Jessi Campbell
  • Athlete of the Week: Laura Potts
  • CERHS Prom Royalty photo
  • Vipers (Girls softball, city league) ready to strike ‘em out!
  • Greene to try out for CWU cross-country
  • Leaders of the month: Peggy Hembly & Carrieanne Selzer
  • Easton Archers raising funds for Nationals
  • Winebrenner takes back-to-back match lows (CERHS golf)


bmontgomeryHEADLINES – MAY 5, 2011 – READ IT IN PRINT!