February 23 2012

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

Suncadia in the clear for continued water sewer service-Feb 21 agreement puts delinquency issue to bed-front page

Dishing at Chamber Bagna event-Garlic lovers indulge in Bagna Caulda-front page-photo

Snowboarder drops off cliff at Alpental-Three experienced skiers killed in avalanche at Stevens-front page

Council passes two ordinaces introduces three resolutions-Roslyn mayor outlines what city has been up to-page A2

USFS and Bureau of Reclamation meet to discuss beach access-Beach west of Cle Elum dam ongoing controversy-page A8

Snowboarder lives on through Mountain Safety & Education Center-Foundation dedicated to the safety of others-page B1-photos

Congrats Warriors-You worked hard this winter season-page B7-photos

Community

  • Cascade Field & Stream dinner and auction this Saturday
  • Roslyn Library to hold Seussapalooza
  • Cure for cabin fever Eastern Star homemade chocolate desserts
  • Freezin for a reason set for May 6 at Easton State Park
  • Hayden sends birthday wishes to ARRF
  • Kids make glassware to help build school in South America

Schools & Sports

  • Johnsons half court shot rallies Warriors to 1st Place
  • Wrestlers enjoyed traditional send off to Mat Classic
  • High School Art Show opens Feb 26
  • Jaguars make it to districts
  • Deneen strikes gold in Japan

 

Voices

  • Library services are essential too  especially now
  • Frankly Speaking Chef tips from bland to FLAVORland

Regional

  • Wounded warriors ride out March 3
  • Missing snowmobiler located