DECEMBER 15, 2011 Headlines

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HEADLINES

2012 HOTEL-MOTEL TAX FUND DISBURSEMENTS APPROVED-Controversy Resolved-front page

STAKEHOLDERS MEET AT CRYSTAL SPRINGS SNO-PARK TO EXPLORE FUTURE OF FIRE STATION 83-Where do we go from here?-front page-photo

POULTRY FEES PLUCKED FROM FEE SCHEDULE-Roslyn chicken farmers flock together to air their grief over new $50 fee-front page

FOREST SERVICE HOSTS AIRING OF YAKIMA RIVER BASIN INTEGRATED PLAN-Court reporter inks public comments for the record-page A5

LOG CABIN LIFE ABOVE LIBERTY-A woman in her element-page B4-photos

CLE ELUM EAGLES ANNUAL KIDS CHRISTMAS PARTY-Four year old Gwen Ellison whispers wishes to Santa-pageB1-photo

SCHOOLS AND SPORTS

Ding Ding the debt is gone!-School District hosts ceremonial bond shredding-page A7-photos

County Head Start Program adopts new name-page B2

How the Grinch Stole applause-Thorp school takes on Christmas classic-page B3-photos.

Wrestlers host first tournament-Warriors win six, lose five matches-pageB6-photos

Thorp PTSA book fair & bazaar localize Christmas shopping-page B6-photo

Wallace and Creager up the bar in pre-season play–page B7-photos

Kretschman named SCAC District 5 Football Coach of the year-page B7-photo

Varsity basketball league play moves to old CERHS gym-page B7

Winter break schedules set for area schools-page A8

Fifth grader shines with holiday spirit-Kittitas Elementary School fifth grader Payton Hyatt put a younger generation’s heart into the county’s holiday season-page B1-photo

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