May 31, 2012-Northern Kittitas County Tribune Headlines

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In a flurry of chalk dust-Local historian Kruger leaving indelible impression on community-front page-photos

Veterans and families gather to honor loved ones at Laurel Hill-Young and old alike offer words to learn, live by-page A7-photos

Easton Memorial Day Parade leads summer fun-more in next week’s Tribune-pageA6-photo essay

Great Horned Owl family homesteads CERHS totem pole-one of upper county’s best kept secrets-front page-photos

Local Veteran served on USS Nautilus-World’s first nuclear submarine was first vessel to reach North Pole-page A6-photos

Community:

  • Rotary  INTERACT and VFW plant American flags at cemetery
  • One CERHS grad commits to the military
  • Italy inspires exhibit at the Carpenter House in June
  • Wallace isn’t waiting to become self reliant
  • Taco Bell celebrates first Cle Elum sale

Schools & Sports

  • Easton Seniors Ready for the future
  • Iacolucci takes 4th place at state
  • Creager takes Warrior top spots at state
  • Easton archers shoot in the top 10% in a field of 7,804
  • CERHS math team places at state
  • Pendley grabs 3 second-place finishes at State
  • Larsen wins $2200 in lake fishing tourney
  • CERHS grad wins local U.S. Open qualifier at Suncadia
  • Walter Strom students present science projects at CWU
  • Cameron Navarre earns degree

Regional:

  • I-90 snowshed replacement scrapped for bridges alternative
  • $937,000 low bid for CERHS stadium project awarded
  • PSE says Vantage power line behind recent rash of brown outs
  • With two confirmed cases of pertussis, school district continues event schedules
  • How should state park system change?
  • Flood Control Zone District outreach program final meeting
  • Some trails now open for motortized use

Voices:

  • Frankly Speaking-Natural Born Weed Killers
  • Marc Rich travels from Cle Elum to nation’s capital for rally to raise awareness of homeownership
  • Congressman Doc Hasting’s mailbag
  • Letter-Fred Kruger’s ‘His-story’
  • Fighting mad