HEADLINES – SEPTEMBER 29, 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!


Bucking age – riding the range: Bill and Sharon give a basic overview of what life on the range is like in Kittitas Co. On this weeks front page (and B3) of the NKC Tribune.

COUNTDOWN: Forty days to the Nov. 8 election: A bit of an overview of who is running for what in Roslyn and Cle Elum and dates to remember. Front page and A6

Governor addresses state Chamber at Suncadia: A little bit of reality a lot of positive outlook and a group of protesters.  Details on each of these points on the front page and A11

Frankly Speaking: Your mission, should you choose to assist… Operation Harvest: All about the food drive on Oct. 8

Golden years choice: cruise the world, or green it?: Robert & Shirley Clark, Peoh Point, share their reasons for greening it, how they went about accomplishing just that and the current as well as future benefits.  Page A5

Residents offer options for beach closing at Lake Cle Elum Dam: The Bureau of Reclamation and USFS Cle Elum District discuss both sides of the issue.  Page A8

Your water meter is getting an upgrade: The age of digital recordings has hit our water system. Find out how and the benefits it provides city crews and the public. Page A8

Thorp superintendent resigns, search for new supt. begins: Plans for handling the interim and finding a replacement as well as other school board business on page A10

Lunn retires from banking after 40 years: Valerie gives us a look at the metamorphosis of banking over the last four decades and shares a comment or two about her plans for the next 40.  Page B1

Brinkerhoff joins TRIBUNE: meet new reporter, Katie Brinkerhoff.  Page B2

Carving a living out of life at the Pass: Check out one man’s contribution to recycling and his visions of turning old propane tanks into custom decorative firepits.  Page B6

LDS Worldwide Day of Service: Upwards of 50 people joined forces on half a dozen work projects.  Page C1

ARRF Animal Rescue goes solo and plans coming out party: 63 adoptions, 94 spay/neuter procedures and 274 lost pet instances.  ARRF works.  Story on page C2

Delivering hope to Africa through little dresses: Local sewing group sends 150 pillowcase dresses to some happy little African girls. Page C4

Over 50 entries in first annual Thorp Homecoming and Community Day Parade: Fall market, Harvest Carnival and Thorp Mill Open House, catch the date and times in this article and join the festivities.  Page C12

Roslyn Highschool, Twenty-one years of excellence: Photos and article highlighting the school that ran from 1910 to 1931. Page D9

CHAMBER CONNECTION:

  • 2011-12 Board Officers named
  • Promote your services at October Snowmobile Expo
  • Be part of our 2012 events promotion
  • Get dressed up for 2011 Halloween Parade
  • Board Member Message by Claudia Osmonovich
  • October/November calendar of events
  • Annual Chamber Events Highlighted in photos


OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK”S NKC TRIBUNE:

  • Cle Elum lifts burn ban
  • Ellensburg man dies in tree climbing accident
  • Fish Lake Road to close temporarily
  • County unemployment rates down, job growth rates up
  • Horse Park wraps 30-event season Oct. 22
  • Mount Pisgah Presbyterian Church hires new pastor
  • Small-scale prospectors and miners rally in Liberty


SPORTS & SCHOOLS:

  • Athlete of the Week: Jake Gall
  • Student of the Week: Jarred Fudacz
  • Warriors ‘tree’ Rangers in 51-0 victory
  • Meeting slated: 2B or not 2B: Discussions on the school’s 1A classification
  • CERHS soccer pulls out tight win over Goldendale
  • The always evolving art of coaching
  • Sending Kittitas County’s and the USA’s #1 freestyle skier to the World Cup competitions
  • Easton Jag girls volleyball: Up against the giant
  • Thorp Tigers: The team to beat?
  • CERHS cross country could send at least three to state this year
  • CERHS volleyballers fall to Goldendale
  • Annual School Performance Report (4 pages)
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