August 30, 2012 Northern Kittitas County Tribune HEADLINES

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2012-2013 Cle Elum-Roslyn School District #404 WELCOME BACK TO SCHOOL supplement.

Community Thank You Card-To Taylor Bridge Firefighters, Volunteers & Donors-page A7-photos

Taylor Bridge Fire 91-percent contained-The Work Ahead:Mitigating Impacts-front page-photos

Thorp School serves as temporary incident command base-Campus thrives with life during last days of summer break-front page-photos

Cruise Cle Elum 2012 Winners Circle-Best in Show:Local owner, great story-page A5-photos

Taylor Bridge Fire-Aftermath in the burn zone-page A6-photo essay

Dream Come True-2012 Cle Elum-Roslyn High School grad Mike Newman makes WSU Cougars-page B6-photos

Water main project agreement signed-Roslyn-page B10

Primary election results-certified August 24-front page

 

Community:

Coal Miner’s Festival the place to be Labor Day Weekend

Lumberjack vs. Lumberjack-Upper Kittitas County loggers:time for payback

Reined horse event brings 105 cattle to Cle Elum

Horish’s 1931 Ford A Roadster-jalopy

Pacing Parson pounds the pavement

Tom McKnight’s 1932 Ford

Centennial Center sets up computer lab

Regional:

Rodeo to kick off on schedule

Manastash Road now open

Yakima County horse falls to West Nile virus

Forest health warning issued

Fire victims: Need grazing land?

Ecology warns air quality measurably low

Threshing Bee and Antique Equipment Show

Sports & Schools:

Bocci player identified in 1920s photo

Swauk Teanaway Grange announces scholarship winners

Voices:

Frankly Speaking-It’s time to get corny.

Guest Editorial-Alan Crankovich, Chairman Kittitas County Board of Commissioners

Letter-Truly amazing-Sandy & Doug Malcolm

See the “thank you” from firefighter crews

Letter-Within Kittitas County live true Americans!-Frances Woodward

Letter-Incident Commander commends Tribune fire reporting-Rex Reed

Letter-Fire marshal appreciates article-Brenda Larsen, Kittitas County Fire Marshal