HEADLINES-OCTOBER 1 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!

GLIDER CRASHES AT CITY AIRPORT-Pilot does not survive. photo Front page

KENWORTH GOES UP IN SMOKE TUESDAY-No one injured, but truck a total loss. photo Front page

TWO DIE MONDAY IN FREEWAY PILEUP-Eastbound near Snoqualmie Pass-Front page.

SUIT FILED OVER FIRE STATION #83 AND ACCESS ROAD-Purpose of lawsuit to allow access to KCFD #8 access in winter.-page A2

MANWELLER ANNOUNCES RUN FOR STATE LEGISLATURE-Seeks 13th District House seat.-PAGE A5

ROSLYN CEMETERY ATTRACTS VISITORS FROM NEAR AND FAR-Europeans and Westside students converged on Roslyn Cemetery during last week in September.-page B2

CAPTURING THE WORLD WITH AN IPHONE.-Pop culture privides new career for local photographer Teri Dantzler.-page B6

ROGERS HANGS UP HIS HAT-Recalls 33 years of fun, laughter and hair-raising dangers as Game Warden.-page B7

OTHER HEADLINES:

  • Fire Chief Calls out for Help (Thorp)

Candidate Profiles

  • Bethany Spurrier
  • Neal Lockett
  • Anthony Novack

BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH

  • Local woman survives cancer
  • Bearing the weight of breast cancer
  • Deanna Miller digs pink
  • Pink Games: Kills for Cures
  • COMMUNITY
  • ‘So You Think You Can’ dance, sing or play the harmonica. Talent Showcase at Vogue Theatre
  • Davies brothers receive Lewis Jewel at Masonic ceremony
  • It takes a community to preserve a forest

SPORTS & SCHOOLS

  • Cle Elum Roslyn High School 2011 Homecoming
  • Warriors rise to #8 ranking statewide (football)
  • Warriors head into last three season matches (basketball)
  • Warriors finish home meet on top (track)
  • Thorp volleyball stomps Columbia Basin
  • Montgomery named school district business manager


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