HEADLINES – DECEMBER 8, 2011 – READ IT IN PRINT!

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!


It’s the biggest cup of cocoa in Washington!: This on the front page and a whole page of photos of Christmas in Cle Elum on page A6

I-1183 leans on two Upper Co. liquor stores: One to close, one to expand their assortment.  Front page and A8

Frankly Speaking about Good Foods: De-stress like a chef this December. Page A4

Reindeer reporting “Sleigh Feels a Bit Light!”: Canopy of Caring needs help.

Postmaster retires & heads south: Dave Thompson, South Cle Elum, gives his farewell in an interview with NKC Tribune reporter Katie Brinkerhoff. Page B1

Leaving a legacy: Easton School District establishes the Anna Powell scholarship to honor and continue on her special way of encouraging students, co-workers and friends.

You’ll have a blue Christmas without them: The Dusty 45’s come to Vogue, Dec. 17

OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK’S NKC TRIBUNE:

  • State certifies Kittitas County election results
  • Drugs cited as cause of I-90 rollover
  • USFS announces roads closed to wheeled vehicles
  • Light up your property for annual contest


SCHOOL AND SPORTS:

  • Athlete of the Week: Sara Ferguson
  • Academic of the Week: Lindsey Dearmin
  • It’s not just an old gym where basketball was played
  • Warriors down one, up one in pre-season opener
  • CERHS Warriors get ready to hit the mat (wrestling)
  • CERHS 2011 fall sports team awards
  • Warrior Country: Sic Levels of Commitment, by Abe Silvestri
HEADLINES – DECEMBER 8, 2011 – READ IT IN PRINT!