July 12, 2012-Northern Kittitas County Tribune HEADLINES

Band ‘Free Rain’ is the only precipitation forecast for this year’s Rails to Ales Brewfest-page B2-photos

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Fire District 7: Third suspicious brush fire on Cle Elum ridge-two others in May-front page

Vehicles marred with black goop stop in Cle Elum for a cleanup-after driving through SR970′s chip-seal project-front page-photos

Voter information-2012 Election timeline-front page

Cle Elum sales tax revenues dip-down $58,280 from last year-page A2

Affordable Health Care Act: Local impacts too early to assess-Upper County Street Poll-page A4-photos

Fireworks fallout:Residents confront council with complaints-page A4

DNR Helitack crews ready themselves for fire season-Local man in second season with Helitack crew-page B1-photos

Time’s up on your Columbia River Treaty-Historic event on the Northwest horizon-page A9

Pioneer Days Photo Essay & Slideshow:

  • Cabbage rolls rule at Heritage Festival in Ronald
  • Cle Elum Idol contestants take the stage
  • Horseshoe Tourney
  • 33rd Annual Runner Stumbles race results
  • Loads of fish landed at Kiwanis Fishing Derby
  • Pioneer Days big breakfast
  • Independence Day spirit
  • Behind the scenes at fireworks show

Community:

  • High Country Logging Show hosts first fundraiser
  • Cle Elum Community Garden gets a fence thanks to Rotary
  • Saving 60 year old crab apple trees
  • Doggie & Troll Olympics sports goofy games, July 22
  • ARRF “Pilot” Microchip Program
  • Roberson retires from forest service
  • Local chiropractor gets postgrad designation
  • CSNW News

Regional:

  • Holiday drug bust, vehicle hit n run and domestic violence
  • Cle Elum Council meeting notes
  • Suspect arrested in holiday stabbing incident
  • Hiker dies on Longs Pass
  • Motorcyclist injured on White Road
  • Summer burn ban in place
  • Meningitis reported in Kittitas County
  • Artists out and about in Kittitas County next week
  • Fire season in WA began July 8 DNR ban in effect
  • DNR gains control of 13 fires started July 9
  • Snoqualmie Tunnel Bike & BBQ
  • Gypsy Moth trapping in progress
  • Goldmark cites concerns for catastrophic wildfire
  • Ecology to regulate disposal of Florescent lights

Sports & Schools:

  • Andre Braxton tests minor league waters
  • Winebrenner makes WJGA districts
  • Ambrose finishes 50K midfield
  • Martial Arts team returns from National Taekwando Tourney
  • CWU porofessor lands prestigious science award

Voices:

  • Frankly Speaking-Bake my beans
  • Letter-Cross the road with Pa
  • Letter-Visitors expected to be treated with compassion
  • Letter-Fire station assignment should be based on proximity to volunteer residences
  • Letter-A frequent tourist leaves a suggestion
  • Letter-A Big Hello from a very Happy Seattle Customer
  • Letter-Volunteer of the Year family encourages others to pitch in

 

 

 

 

 

csteinerJuly 12, 2012-Northern Kittitas County Tribune HEADLINES