Headlines March 15 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

Hundreds of thousands of salmon released this week-Thousands more moved from indoor incubation trays to outdoor raceways-front page-photos

Local Heros honored for saving a mans life-Keeping CPR card current in case its needed again-front page

Last Resort hosts vintage snowmobile exhibition-Salmon La Sac-page A10-photos

Salmon La Sac Hanson Road repairs now funded-Work begins this year-front page

National Sunshine Week  March 11-17 Your Right To Know-The Freedom of Information Act-Celebrating 45 years of the publics right to know about its government-pageA4

How to become an AnySoldier Support Junkie-A soldiers thank you-page A6-photo

28 year old walnut shines with a memory at Roslyn boat race-Race results with Randi Najar-page B1- photos

Their shoes were made for talking-Joann Iverson and Ginger Stogdells shoe stories displayed at CWU museum

Archery team heads to State competition-Easton has taken State title five of six years-page B6

COMMUNITY

Women learn simple self defense techniques

Fundraiser moves kids closer to building school

Financial hope for families March 18 class at Calvary Chapel in Cle Elum

Couple celebrates 60th- Gladys and Robert Crosier

Good catch Zoi Romig

Roslyn musician tests latest Internet rage Crowdfunding

Taco Bell signs 30 year lease

REGIONAL

Resident denied request to camp within city limits

Vehicle prowls tracked to victims helping criminals

VOICES

Letter: Keep recreational youth ball league open to all players not just top atheletes

Letter: Enjoyed Canori article

Frankly Speaking-A real Saint Patricks Day recipe from Bambi

Roslyn’s mystery flag identified

SPORTS AND SCHOOLS

AAU Basketball teams finish season

Warriors test the grass at preseason jamboree

Cle Elum Roslyns Fastpitch is bench rich and ready

After school program at end of five year funding cycle

Thorp track & field ready to Rock N Roll

Experience among coaches and players make a promising team