May 3, 2012 HEADLINES

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), OR ORDER A COPY ONLINE AT www.nkctribune.com/virtual-newspaper-vending-box/ -NEW EVERY THURSDAY.

City ends standoff, takes over Trading Post cleanup-With a superior court order in hand, City Administrator Matt Morton and others descend on property-front page-photos

Roslyn applies for loan-to update sewer system-front page

Whooping Cough statewide count passes 1,000-Walter Strom Middle School issued health order last week-front page

Brad Niebuhr steps up as Fire Chief-Chief Craig McKee retires after 21 years-page A5-photo

Sunset Apartments go down Monday-Owner still working on ideas for the property-page A8-photo

Safeway employees Take the Cake when it comes to fundraising-Cupcake challenge contest raises money for Easter Seals-page B1-photos

The Royal Mounties country band is ridin into town-Steelheart farewell performance, last time on stage ever, in Cle Elum-page B2-photo

Community: ACTHA Trail competition at WA State Horse Park

Sean Flanagan leads ROTC team to 12th place at international contest

The Arts:

Universal appeal & variety characterizes Student Art Walk in Roslyn, May 5

2D artists at Gallery One draw imagery from nature

Artist’s life & creative process brings her to Cle Elum

 

Regional:

USFS to place barriers on Road 9705 111

Candidate filing week May 14-18

Who uses green electricity produced in Kittitas County?

Temperature prediction for May: below normal

Voices:

Frankly Speaking-7 easy ways to add zing to your daily salad fix

Letter-Business should stand on its own, not public-private partnerships

Letter-How about a theme promoting Cle Elum’s past

Letter-We need affordable business space, not a costly roundabout

Letter-Destroying dams not the answer for fishing industry

Schools & Sports:

CERSD receives Washington Achievement Award

Cle Elum-Roslyn’s 2012 Prom Royalty

Warrior track & field gears up for districts

Easton archers instruct college students

Yakima River Fly Fishing

Thorp athletes push through busy week to compete again on Saturday-Slideshow

Thorp fast pitch wins three games