MAY 24, 2012- Northern Kittitas County Tribune HEADLINES

Special Memorial Day Edition – Event Schedules and Memorial Day Feature Stories

WWII Veteran to lead Memorial Day Parade-Easton’s Gene Hardy- see schedule of Events-front page-photo

Vietnam Veteran handed missing medals-Albert Tiran Bendzak-page A5-photo

Join VFW for Memorial Day Services-The Cle Elum Serviceman’s Memorial-front page-phot

Rolcik Memorial upstages police ribbon cutting-Home at last-page A6-photos

Chamber Connection-Highlights from 29th Annual Feathernester Auction-page A7-photos

Communtiy:

  • 26-year old mother establishes Christian school in Cle Elum
  • Mt. Pisgah celebrates ‘providential catastrophe’
  • State Horse Park has big weekend
  • Eagles fundraiser blossoms
  • Women ready Habitat Home for siding
  • Dr. Starcevic Cemetary gets a facelift
  • The passion continues for Life Support in it’s 12th year

Business:

  • Lush Desserts makes debut
  • Cle Elum welcomes new chiropractor

Regional:

  • Cle Elum Council to consider allowing septic inside city limits
  • Some Cle Elum Ranger District campground openings delayed
  • Ellensburg holds 3-day Memorial Day Celebration
  • Second whooping cough case confirmed at Cle Elum Elementary
  • WSDOT changes SR10 closing date and defines ‘local traffic’
  • Proposal to list plants as endangered threatens public access

Sports & Schools:

  • Warriors rock track & field districts
  • Pendley takes district title in four events
  • Iacolucci takes district title second year in a row
  • Yakima River Fly Fishing
  • Mock crash-a wake up call to students
  • Local High School graduates headed to places as far away as Czechoslovakia
  • Fastpitchers placed 4th at districts after 12-inning barn-burner
  • Roslyn’s Bret Alexander hired by /San Francisco Giants
  • Sun Country Men’s golf report

Voices:

  • Frankly Speaking-Win-Win-Win 211
  • Letter-Best article I’ve seen
  • Letter-R-74: A step Backward
  • Letter-Cancer stole my father when I was just 4 years old
  • Letter-Calling for summer volunteers at the Telephone Museum

 

 

 

csteinerMAY 24, 2012- Northern Kittitas County Tribune HEADLINES