HEADLINES – NOVEMBER 23, 2011 – READ IT IN PRINT!

WHERE’S THE REST OF THE STORY? 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!


Heritage Turkeys: Birds our Founding Fathers ate: What makes these guys so special?  That and turkey facts and figures at a glance.  Front page and A5

99-Percent movement arises in Roslyn: Occupy Wall Street mentality hits locally.  Story on the front page and A5

Fun for all ages planned during Winter Playground event: Snowmobile drag races, snow sculpting, scavenger hunt, safety classes, food, beer and wine garden…  Where and when?  It’s on Page A2!

Is your river basin’s water resource worth over 20 years of work at a cost of billions?: A look at the scope of work outlined, how to view the Integrated Plan and what to do if you want to get involved.  Page A2

Frankly Speaking about Good Foods: Thanks-4-giving, sharing the holiday bounty. Page A4

CrossFit operator excited at speed of business: Louie Martinez talks with reporter Katie Brinkerhoff  about the promising beginning of another physical fitness option right here in downtown Cle Elum.  Page A8

Chimpanzee Sanctuary hoping for in-house clinic: A visit with the Cle Elum Seven and what the sanctuary offers them now as well as their hopes for the future.  Page A8

Telephone Museum receives ‘thankful’ news: A classic tale of “you get what you ask for.”  What did the telephone museum ask for?  Details on page A10

Program assists local man in his last days: A Hospice special story centered in Roslyn.  Page B3

Search and Rescue trains new volunteers: 20 years active, KCSAR has grown from crew of ground searchers to teams of horss, snowmobilers, dogs and rv’s… and many more people.  Story on page B1

CHAMBER CONNECTION:

  • Christmas in Cle Elum 2011 Events Schedule
  • Becoming a Sponsor has many benefits
  • Deadline for submitting 2012 Calendar events
  • Board Member Message: Create new holiday traditions at Suncadia’s Winterfest, Bernard Kramer
  • Bagna Caulda scheduled Feb. 18
  • Annual Kiwanis Christmas Tree Sale

OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK’S NKC TRIBUNE:

  • Crystal Springs Sno-Park will open Dec. 1
  • Friday: 45 kids absent at CERHS
  • Kittitas Co. declares November Flood Awareness Month
  • Nearly 100 collisions investigated in less than 20 hours
  • Wild Horse Wind facility closing for the season Dec. 1
  • Chelan County prosecutor cautious and deliberate with Craven investigation
  • Phattie’s Motor Sports goes fulltime
  • Five volunteers honored by KVCH

SCHOOL AND SPORTS:

  • Athlete of the Week: Travis Kretschman
  • Student of the Week: Karissa Boyd
  • CERHS volleyball season ends on a pink note
  • Easton Jaguars finish volleyball season
  • Jensen named Coach of the Year: Easton volleyball team vloted Best Sportsmanship
  • Walter Strom Middle School Honor Roll
  • Band and Choir Fall Pops Concert – a crowd pleaser
  • Gall and Newman take league’s top honors
  • CE-R School district teams claim sportsmanship awards
  • First home basketball game slated for where history was made
  • Adults share experiences and insights at student Career Day
HEADLINES – NOVEMBER 23, 2011 – READ IT IN PRINT!