HEADLINES – NOVEMBER 3, 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!


WARRIORS CLINCH SCAC WEST TITLE: First stop on the road to State.  Next, Warriors battle River View Panthers.  Front page.   More Warrior football coverage on page B6

I-90 construction zone, safety and patrols up to par?: A breakdown of the traffic action and violations over Snoqualmie during the 2011 construction season. Page A2

Frankly Speaking about Good Foods: It’s all on the label, right? A look at the certifications that go on labels and what they mean.  Page A6

Pinecrest Manor hits the dirt: Building debris to be buried in Yakima.  Photo and coverage on page A7

Late harvest season good news for Swiftwater Winery second crush: From the first Washington winery in 1825 to the over 600 today to describing destemming and and sorting about 5 tons of grapes an hour, Swiftwater Cellars continues it’s business.  Page A9

ARRF Animal Rescue comes of age: Cemments and animal stories abound in this article on ARRF’s coming out party Oct. 22.  Page A10

OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK”S NKC TRIBUNE:

  • Governor proposes massive cuts for November session
  • Nov. 10 school district Vets Day ceremony special for superintendent Flatau
  • El Caporal honored for outdoor floral decor
  • Partnership buys Caboose Bar & Grill
  • Suncadia Inn burglarized Oct. 28
  • Canopy of Caring solicits applications
  • Photo coverage of Halloween Parade on page B10

SCHOOL & SPORTS:

  • Athlete of the Week: Ashleigh Fraser
  • Student of the Week: Brian Stucke
  • Special Olympics athletes bring winnings back to Warrior country
  • CERHS Cross Country: Bettis, Lambert & Skiba qualify for State
  • Thorp volleyball team headed to Districts: Four seniors play their last home game
HEADLINES – NOVEMBER 3, 2011 – READ IT IN PRINT!