HEADLINES – JUNE 2, 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!


I-90 bus crash leaves two dead, 21 injured: Another unrelated accident a day later and just six miles farther down the highway takes the life of a 15 yr old from Yakima.  Details of both accidents on the front page.

Solar farm bill dies in special session: Teanaway Solar Reserve determines to change approach and doesn’t yet rule out the possibility of breaking ground this year.  Front page and A8

Rescue near Cougar Gulch: two four-wheeler enthusiasts spend night in the woods waiting for help from the USFS and a jeep club. Page A2

Frankly Speaking: on Gleaning in the upper county – time to plan. Page A4

RSVP, Red Cross and County EMS in Cle Elum with a show of volunteerism: Three entities bringing three services benefiting all age groups. Page A5

Memorial Day in Roslyn: CERSD Superintendent Mark Flatau, “We are surrounded by heroes.”  Coverage and photos of this years ceremonial traditions on Page A9.

Hit the trail and hang on to your tails – it’s a long way to Idaho!: John Wayne Pioneer Wagons and Riders Association 30th Anniversary Ride

OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK’S NKC TRIBUNE:

  • Cle Elum Council amends 2011 budget
  • Easton kicks-off summer with Memorial Day Celebration
  • 1955 Chevy Convertible wins ‘Best in Show’.
  • ‘Pie-ing’ of politicians raises funds for Thorp Mill

SCHOOL & SPORTS:

  • Academic Student of the Week: Meghan Bernard-Johnson
  • Athlete of the Week: Dani Sweigard
  • Congratulations Warriors on a great 2011 Spring Season! Photo spread of various teams, page B7
  • CERHS & Thorp track stars show well at Districts & State
  • District champ Iacolucci finishes seventh at state
  • ‘Iron Man Bramen’ hasn’t missed a day of school in six years
  • ‘Happily Ever After’ at the Prom: photo of Easton-Thorp Prom royal court.
  • When the clock strikes – you: Thorp school district presents DUI prevention program.
  • Thorp School comes alive with music and art
  • Easton & Thorp students wrap senior projects