February 16 2012-Headlines

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

Broken hearts for Valentine Day-Mother and kids call for a library comeback-front page-photo

Tanker truck flips spills 6000 gallons of jet fuel-KCFD7 volunteers respond in HAZMAT mode-front page-photo

WHEN THE WORLD CAME TO CLE ELUM-Back in the day when Cle Elum was Ski Capital of the West-page A10-photos

EASTON FIREFIGHTERS-Volunteering for diverse reasons-page B10-photo

Citizens  question Cle Elum City Councils police layoff-Pro 2 funding by the numbers-page A8-photo

COMMUNITY

  • Seilinger & Lewis crowned at Eagles Sweetheart Ball
  • Former local man lands on Survivor One World
  • ARRF uncorks for canines and felines on Feb. 18
  • Technology help for beginners at Roslyn Library
  • Paramedic celebrates 15 years with KC Hospital District 2
  • Upcoming Trail Riders events and activities

REGIONAL

  • Public information meeting set for Easton State Park tree work
  • Taco Bell coming to Cle Elum
  • Guided Interpretive Nordic Ski Trips offered at Snoqualmie Summit
  • Bettas Road residents question proposed gravel pit
  • Questions answered about the revival of county’s Television District tax
  • County resident fined $16,000 for damaging Manatash Creek

VOICES

LETTERS:

  • LETTERS:
  1. Current COG voting law is fair
  2. Reconsider library cuts
  3. The core of society ia a family built on love
  4. If we didn’t pay our sewer bill wouldn’t we be cut off
  5. Do not cut the Carpenter Memorial Librarys budget
  6. Everyone is born different
  7. Enjoyed the Day in the Life photos Water district salutes Commissioner Briggs 13 year service
  • Frankly /Speaking-I’ve got a hunger for more Valentines Day-Keep love cookin all year long

SCHOOLS & SPORTS

  • Cle Elum Roslyn High /School garners state achievement award
  • CERHS to improve track and football field in May
  • Thorp school to hold annual auction
  • Shooting for the Future Tournement Winners
  • Warrior Wrestlers Ready to Rumble
  • Easton stands tall against the Phoenix on senior night
  • Baby Jags cheer on Easton basketbaqll team
  • Thorp ends season on a strong note-Bornhorst scores career high 33 points
  • Miller thrilled to have parents at last game
  • Porter exemplifies two sport athletes working hard for winning season
  • Thorp teacher receives state award
  • Awards given at Cle Elum Roslyn School District