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!
Thorp School District superintendent reinstated: What instigated the administrative leave and investigationa and what steps of resolve have been taken. Details on this week’s front page. SEE UPDATE ON STUDENT PROTEST HERE http://nkctribune.com/2011/09/update-thorp-students-protest-superint/
District courthouse became ‘roadhouse’ Sept. 13: An overview of road improvements, where and at what cost, slated for upper county and what is available for their funding. Front page.
I-90 pile up leaves one dead: Details of the fire and smoke related collisions on the front page.
Councilmen review City Heights proposal weekly: A complete schedule of dates and specific discussion issues in this article as well as a review of the Sept. 20 first meeting and council preparation for ones to follow. Page A5
Frankly Speaking: Ants in your pants… or pantry?
Everyone was a star at Aunt Dottie’s Sing-Along Cabaret: Local talent helped showcase Miss Dottie’s performances singing, dancing and just plain good entertainment. What’s next at the Vogue? Find out on page B10
OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK’S NKC TRIBUNE:
- Nightly I-90 blasting moves to 6:30pm
- Upper county youth baseball-softball seeks leaders, volunteers
- Tractor show and parade featured at Olmstead Place State Park
- Saturday was ‘last call’ for Eat At Joe’s fundraiser
- Gallery One features its first Open Inv. Art Show
- Tim Schmidt honored at Centennial Center gathering
SCHOOL & SPORTS:
- Warriors stomp Chelan Goats 29-14
- Volleyballers shake off early season losses with sweep over Highland
- Bettis wins first flight, Apple Ridge three-miler (cross-country)
- CERHS soccer fighting for first coup
- Thorp Tigers fall to Spartans in four matches