HEADLINES – OCTOBER 13, 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!


Tribune owner leads 125th year of WA Newspaper Publisher’s Assoc.: Jana Stoner picks up the gavel of presidency and shares her vision for the future of WNPA.  Front page. ALSO: see the 11 awards won by NKC Tribune and staff on page B12: Your paper did it again…

Osmonovich receives 2011 Pangrazi Award: A glowing article on the locally loved and now honored Louie.  Front page.

Frankly Speaking: What is Food Day? Read about the first annual in Frank’s column on page A4

Farnum named to lead VISION Cle Elum: And an update on the Log Gazebo/Four Seasons Community Event and Recreation Center. Page A6

KVCH named in top 100 critical access hospitals in the U.S.: One of only two in WA state to make list. Page A10

Mayor Porter steps down after eight years: Jeri Porter shares ten bullet points of what she considers her legacy to the continuing history of Roslyn.  Page A11

Museums form alliance of historic sites: Giving visitors a comprehensive map of local historical sites and museums. See who’s behind it and what their future goals are. Page B1

Big hit: Inaugural Thorp Community Day: Pancakes, petting zoo, parade, tours, music… the first annual was a, shall we say it again? Big hit.  Coverage and photos on page B4

OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK’S NKC TRIBUNE:

  • Televised candidate forum airs tonight (Oct. 13)
  • Thorp School District to interview possible interim superintendent
  • Roslyn Urban Forest Open House
  • Cle Elum calls for ‘Christmas Around the World’ float entries
  • Open position on Roslyn Library Board of Trustees
  • Hatchery celebrates 15th anniversary with another 1.2M salmon eggs


SCHOOL & SPORTS:

  • Spotlight student of the week: Darrell Ridlon
  • Spotlight athlete of the week: Alex Houle
  • Warriors rock to the number one spot
  • Cle Elum-Roslyn High School hires varsity basketball coach
  • Athletic Advisory Committee weight pros and cons of dropping to 2B classification on October 5
  • Local athletes make district & Special Olympics history
  • Warriors battle against Granger & Zillah
  • Lady Warriors attack falls short to Scotties