HEADLINES March 22 2012

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Marijuana crops up on Second Street-Drug bust stinks up Cle Elum neighborhood-front page-photos

Easton Archers take third at State-Kendra Strahm places first among freshmen-pageB7-photos

Ranger District proposes seasonal motorized trail closure-Similar to the one implemented last spring-front page

TWO NEW WHOOPING COUGH CASES CONFIRMED-Nine probable cases under scrutiny-front page

Thorp School signs new superintendent contract-Dr. Linda Martin-front page-photo

Regional

State Supreme Court OKs use of Redistricting Commission maps for 2012 election

Drainage gates to be installed soon

TIGER IV funding needed to keep I 90 construction moving

Habitat for Humanity needs land

Western Governors slated for June meeting at Suncadia

County hosts public open house events for GMA compliance

Jail pod still on track for July occupancy

County Democrats present $500 to Anna C Powell Scholarship

Sheriff announces highest departmental honors of 2011

Community

Coe crowned Chili Cook Off King with a sombrero

Fine wines paired with savory soups benefited Roslyn Art Walk

Biddin and Sippin for the Seven

Come to Friends of the Library open house

Deloss Wallace deployed with USS Enterprise

Schools & Sports

Sun Country Golf Course has a history

Middle schoolers excel at math competition

Grapplers place well at Highland

Deneen named World Cup Finals Champion

Warrior racquets in Wahluke

Unusual steelhead cought

Swarm ends season

 

Voices

Frankly Speaking-Get a free Mighty Mato and plant an extra row for the Hungry

Letter-Republican take  GOP budget delivers spending disipline

Letter-Democrat take  GOP budget game of upside down priorities