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A Holiday Tradition – Christmas in Cle Elum this Saturday: An itinerary of the planned festivities. Front page
City reviews alternatives for county jail services: Flat rate or per diem? See the comparisons on the front page of this week’s NKC Tribune.
Hotel-Motel Tax Committee reorganized: A comprehensive look at the disbursement of funds, particularly between H-M Tax funds and Cle Elum-Roslyn Chamber of Commerce. Front page and A7
USFS Road 3100 gated and locked: Reported discussions between property owners from beyond the locked gate and the USFS on the front page and page A5
Head-on collision leaves driver dead: Two others injured, one needing rescue by Cle Elum’s extrication team and the jaws of life. Details on page A2
Frankly Speaking about… Vinegar. It’s potent enough to clean out more than your sinuses. Page A4
Reindeer and live Nativity scene top this years Roslyn Winterfest: Kids, crafts, reindeer, music, Christmas paraphernalia and even a doggie reindeer costume contest dominated the seasonal event last week. Page A8
Suncadia buries time capsule: See a list of the contents and a bit more on the festivities of the day on page B1
Thorp Fire Station to host Christmas Chili Feed & Contest: When and where? Find out on page B4
OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK’S NKC TRIBUNE:
- Thorp lights up for the holidays
- Cle Elum Council approves tax on natural gas utility
- Two Cle Elum businesses close doors last week
- Holiday fundraisers at work for youth and community
- The great Christmas tree debate: Which is truly ‘green,’ real or artificial?
SPORTS & SCHOOL:
- Athlete of the Week: Mitchell Milsap
- Student of the Week: Erin Dellinger
- School board member (Thorp, David Hazlett) retires after 19 years