Aug. 2, 2012-Northern Kittitas County Tribune HEADLINES

Roslyn Black Pioneer Picnic has been moved to the Cle Elum City Park for this years event.

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Roslyn Library celebrates grand reopening in colorful style-Historian Litchfield shares glimpses of coal mining boom and bust days-front page-photos

State awards $1.6 million in recreation grants-Kittitas County receives $55,489-front page

Kittitas County mornings impress ‘fresh air’ artists-Kathleen Milligan wins Best of Show-page B1-photos

Golfers raise thousands for local scholars-Fun and funds abundant on the greens-page B6-photo

Festival Poetry 2012 Award Winners-Bonnie Hawk and Kathy Stancik

Community:

  • Ray Killian honored by VFW Post 1373
  • Roslyn Postmaster retires from enjoyable career
  • Military Funeral Honors to be held for 43 in Cle Elum
  • Cle Elum begins Saturday Market

Regional:

  • River festival celebrates strides conserving the Teanaway
  • Horse breed once favored by Norwegian Vikings visits Cle Elum
  • Red-headed skunk of an ant:first it bites then it sprays
  • Red Cross memorabilia displayed Aug. 18
  • Crews expedite Cle Elum gas spill cleanup
  • Seattle hiker dies in Mineral Basin
  • Rescue near Rachael Lake
  • King 5 tapes Sasquatch hunter at Rachael Lake

Schools:

  • CE-R School Dist. approves 2012-2013 budget
  • Youth learn athletics at Warrior Sports Camp
  • Hickory Stick tourney on for August 10

Voices:

  • Frankly Speaking-Oh no, I’ve got an ant farm
  • Testimonial by Jonine Collins
  • Letter-What were you thinking-Helga Johnson
  • Letter-Appreciation is in the air for Tribune event support-Charlene Kauzlarich
  • Upper County Biz Viewpoint Roundup-Plastic money: burden or convenience to small biz…or both?