May 17, 2012-Northern Kittitas County Tribune-HEADLINES

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SR10 construction to close route until October-Starting next week-front page-photos

Local history and local historians celebrated at Memorial weekend dinner-Fred Krueger, Retired Educator & Local Historian honored-page A8-photos

Roslyn City Council holds marathon meeting-Settlement reached with Nathan Weis-front page

3-year-old seeks ‘jet blast on snow-20 medals & national award winner Paisley Flowers-page B7-photos

‘Click it or Ticket’ amps up in May and June-Seatbelt safety illustrated in recent accident resulting in death of driver and bruises on passenger-front page

New recreational building for South Cle Elum Town Park-Planning commission set to review the Plan-page A2-photo

Amerigas gives Thorp School $1,097 -Two cents per gallon adds up fast-page A6-photo

Community:

Seelye named Eagles’ Queen Mother of the Year

City bills for standby sewer connections

Students saw themselves as artists

FAA outlines regulations on Cle Elum City Airport beacon

Upper Kittitas means new life and home for financier turned chef

Creating art on location at county’s Fresh Air Artists Festival July 14-20

Western Music Entertainer of the Year headlines Sparrow Clubs USA concerts

Letter Carrier’s ‘Stamp Put Hunger food drive needs another “stomp”

Blood Drive May 17

Free Master Gardener workshops

Permanent home for Rollinger Rock Collection

Sports & Schools:

Thorp & Easton Prom Royalty

Warrior baseball season’s 7-13 record doesn’t tell the whole story

Warriors grab top spots at Track & Field sub districts

Thorp Track & Fielders headed to Districts

Fast pitch bows to Zilla-take second seed for district

Yakima River Fly Fishing

Safeway helps eScrip program

Turkey Time

Men’s & Women’s Golf Report

CERHS golf finishes regular season play-on to districts

Golf is the game for Warrior football fundraiser

 

 

 

Regional:

Donor ponies up $25,000 to Horse Park

Lake Easton State Park temporarily closes for cleaning

WA Governor’s Association hosts outdoor fun at Suncadia

Inland opens U.S. Cellular storefront

Voices:

Frankly Speaking-Help others…to Grow

Letter-Cle Elum Beacon-a pilot’s viewpoint

Letter-You guys are so wonderful

Letter-We enjoy the paper

Letter-Let the people decide R-74

Letter-I miss Cle Elum

Letter-Tribune thanks for your support-photo

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