HEADLINES – AUGUST 18, 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 (BY SAFEWAY) – NEW EVERY THURSDAY!

South Cle Elum Turns 100 – Special Centennial Celebration Commemorative Collector’s Edition inserted in this week’s Tribune. Also available for purchase online for just $3.00 – click for info.

Full house at Cle Elum Forest Plan open house: Questions and answers from citizens get addressed by USFS representation.  Front page and page A5

Forest canopy tour park proposed for area: A preliminary outline of what said proposed ‘eco-park’ would offer the public to facilitate appreciation, information and a general knowledge of our forests. Front page and page A5

More wind turbines proposed: Introducing the entities interested in the project and a quick coverage of the public process that is the first step.  Page A2

Frankly Speaking: About Quinoa (keen-wah), a substitute for rice, pasta and grains.  All told there’s a full page of information on this super easy miracle food and several recipes to start with.  Page A4 & B6

Bike ride raising funds for Pullman animal hospital: Bill Johnson explains why he started the endowment fund and what it’s intended uses are.  Page A7

Logging show returns to upper Kittitas County: Bringing history back to the future, including competitions that showcase the skills of logging from days and decades gone by.  Page A8

Results of recent county speed enforcement patrols released: Take the true or false quiz and find out how well you know your speeding facts.  Page A8

THIRD THURSDAYS Features

This week’s Community Faces & Places features Pork-in-the-Pines and Cle Elum’s Ben Chavez, winner of the Backyard Barbeque Cook-off.  Page B5

  • OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK’S NKC TRIBUNE:
  • 4-Hers jam-packed week at Fairgrounds
  • County looking for community volunteers
  • I-90 collision serves as wake up call for tailgatoer
  • Auditor calls for special 3-day filing period
  • Decathlete fundraiser winners declared
  • Motorcycle accident on I-90
  • Craze for crazies celebrated at Crazy for Quilts Show
  • Washington State Horse Park still rolling & growing
  • Discover Pass revenue reopens closed recreation areas
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