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 (BEHIND SAFEWAY)-NEW EVERY THURSDAY!
CLE ELUM CITY HEIGHTS ANNEXATION APPROVED-330 acre housing project and adjacent 28 acres in city proper owned by City Heights developer-front page
WARRIORS ‘CROSS-OVER’ RIVER VIEW SPEED BUMP-Cle Elum to face Chelan in first round state play-off game-page B1 photo
FAMILY CELEBRATES THREE GENERATIONS IN MILITARY- Willingness to make sacrifices enables enlisted to reap rewards of travel, education-front page photo
PASSENGER RAIL SERVICE FOR CLE ELUM BACK ON TABLE-Louis Musso advocating for another go at it-front page
ELK MEADOWS AREA GETS NEW WATER TREATMENT FACILITY-Naturally occurring arsenic levels now below EPA standard-front page
2012 PRELIMINARY TOWN BUDGET IN SHAPE, BUT CHALLENGED-South Cle Elum-page A2
THORP SCHOOL BOARD CRUNCHING NUMBERS-Will bring new levy proposal to voters in February-page A5
ALPINE LAKES FAMILY PRACTICE CLOSING-Community to feel the loss of Dr. Schneider’s unique abilities
OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK’S NORTHERN KITTITAS COUNTY TRIBUNE:
Sister Moon, reinvents and revitalizes the business
Cle Elum Police moving to Second St.
City seeks parity for natural gas tax assessmant
Upper Peoh Point home burned in live fire training exercise
Community rallies for troop Christmas stocking drive
Alaskans drive to Iron Horse B & B to quilt for a week? Why?
Hire A Vet
Fire District 7 gets “new” truck
KC Habitat for Humanity ready to pick three new families
SCHOOLS & SPORTS:
Learn about K-12 public education in your community
Warrior Head Football coach Tony Kretschman grabs league’s top honor
Thorp Lady Tigers headed to state playoffs
Warrior girls victorious in last soccer match