Headlines APRIL 19, 2012

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Reichert visits county on meet and greet tour-Region gets new voice in Congress starting January 2013-front page-photo

USFS to purchase, restore $40,000,000 worth of land-Land and Water Conservation Fund provides support-front page

Sons of Italy celebrates 25th year spaghetti dinner-using products from local merchants for Scholarship funds-front page-photo

Funding for 13th District projects in supplemental state capital budget-Includes over 1 million for Roslyn’s Northwest Improvement Building page A5

Human trafficking problem topic of training for responders-Hospital District 2 faces delays in survey-page A5

Restore the Library fund nets $9,100-From Flashlight Egg Hunt and community donations

CWU grad bikes toward Washington D.C.-63 year old to fight for cancer stricken wife

Teens enjoy connections at 5th annual Drug Free Youth Retreat-Kids value safety among friends to discuss struggles-page B3-photo

Community:

Running into a cold lake made fun for good reason

Behind the scenes at the Firemen’s Easter Egg Hunt-Slideshow online

Suncadia Easter Egg Hunt wows kids & benefits baseball

Ways to honor Earth Day from this part of the planet

Volunteer award goes to Mountains to Sound Greenway

Trail riders gearing up for clean up and prize ride

Schools & Sports:

Seven year old making name in Motocross

Six Warriors break into top five at 12 school meet

Thorp’s Katelyn Pendley takes 1st at Royal Invitational

Makinaw fishing tourney to benefit Warrior football

Saturday:Opening Day Youth Ball Jamboree

Iacolucci, Winebrenner, & Clifton on the rise

UKC Rotary golf tourney changes venue

Key club donates to Children’s Cancer Program

Youth recreational facilities grant applications available

 

Regional:

Kittitas County Republican Party declare endorsements

Cle Elum Spring Clean-up May 15-19

Singh and Kaur buy Morning Star Deli, gas station

Personal property listing filing deadline

Wildlife Awareness Week, May 6-12

New mural highlights Cle Elum’s many recreational opportunities

Special grooming council meeting scheduled May 1

Traveling I-90? Plan for lane closures

Voices:

Frankly Speaking-Great expectations. And the seeds that didn’t grow into them

Letter-Adjust the Beacon upwards, where the planes fly

Letter-We need to be content with our quiet country town

Letter-Eastern Washing farmers, please tell your stories- misinformation is hurting us