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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 ADVENTIST CHURCH COMMEMORATES 100 YEARS-100 years after it was started by a couple of local women in their homes. front page photo

CLE ELUM-ROSLYN SCHOOL DISTRICT TO CELEBRATE DEBT-FREE STATUS-Dec. 1 payoff of bond covering construction costs leaves district absolutely debt free-front page

ACCIDENT LEAVES NISSAN SENTRA HALVED, NO FATALITIES-How could they survive a crash like this?-front page photo

CITY HEIGHTS IMPACT FEES AND ESTIMATED REVENUES FROM ONE-TIME CONSTRUCTION SALES TAXES-In a snapshot, here’s a look at those impact fees-page A8

USFS TO GATE OFF FS ROAD 3100-Vandalism an ongoing problem-front page

NEW TWO TIER FOREST HEALTH HAZARD WARNING-Deteriorating forest conditions and widespread damage from insects and diseases may affect up to 2.8 million acres of forest east of the Cascades-page A5

SOLVING THE EMPLOYMENT EQUATION FOR GUARD AND RESERVE SOLDIERS-Bev Allenbaugh serves those who serve our country-page A8

TOUCHING A VETERAN’S HEART-Ceremony at Walter Strom Middle School pays homage to military duty, Patriot Pen essay award winners-page B1 photos

HEROS HONORED AT VETS DAY PROGRAM IN EASTON-‘We’ll never let their special day, their time for honor slip away’-page B2 photo

HISTORY CLUP HONORS VETERANS-Thorp School assembly organized by People Actively Seeking the Future Through History (PAST) History Club-page B3 photo

NIKE CHOOSE 10 YEAR OLD CANCER PATIENT TO DESIGN SHOE-Anthony Roletto has close ties in Cle Elum, South Cle Elum and Ronald-page B2 photo

WARRIORS FALL TO SURE-FOOTED GOATS IN STATE’S ROUND 1-Players and fans endured winter conditions for three quarters of play.-page B6 photo

Give it back – USPS looking for unreturned postal tubs

Frankly Speaking, Thanksgivings in our Roslyn home

Kittitas County roads flood repair update

Burning wood to heat homes poses potential health risks

State grants clean air by replacing wood stoves in Kittitas Co.

Cle Elum HopeSource changing hours

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