February 9 2012-Headlines

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A Day in the Life-CLE ELUM WA- MONDAY JAN 23 2012-PAGE B5-B7-SPECIAL PHOTO ESSAY

Echo from the early 1940s-Scrapbook of a mom’s Valentine Day cards-front page-photo

Councils finance committee recommends halving library hours-Whats the impact?-County Commissioners vote to maintain library’s level of funding in 2012-front page

Take a Friend Snowmobiling event introduces newbies to the winter sport-front page-photo

POLICE NEWS

Woman suspected of wielding ax handle arrested in Cle Elum

Easton motorist hospitalized

I-90 rollover leaves two passengers injured

VOICES Opinions We Here

Outdated TV District Tax doesn’t exempt satellite TV?

Love Thy Neighbor

Council should represent all city employees fairly

You need no approval from man, only God

Keep library open with rainy day fund until Suncadia pays

Library shouldn’t be targeted for disproportionate cuts

What if snowmobilers went away-would it negatively impact your business

A loss for the kids

Councilman responds-it was the library or essential services

Libraries enrich community’s quality of life

Two women and a poodle

Frankly Speaking-In your eye-A little love for the Squirting Fruit

REGIONAL

Groundwater study continues: USGS scientists return to upper Kittitas County in spring

Have you seen Hal-missing snowmobiler in Reecer Creek area

Outdoor recreation opportunities abound in winter wonderland

Conference of Governments readies for major cycle

 

BUSINESS

True Balance Massage now open in Cle Elum

Local Martial Arts instructor to hold Women’s Self Defense class

Would Solar panels cut costs for electricity consumed by wastewater treatment pumps

COMMUNITY

Ellensburg’s living cowboy postcard

Vintage snowmobile show on for March at Last Resort

Let the good times roll at the Vogue’s Mardi Gras celebration

Sweetheart ball to benefit Heart Fund

Grange Scholarship fully funded for 2012

SPORTS & SCHOOLS

CERH grapplers moving on to regionals

Seniors honored

Warrior basketball ends on some high notes

Jags hold tough four on the floor