September 20, 2012 Northern Kittitas County Tribune HEADLINES

Wild land fires bring Gov. Gregoire to Liberty-“We’re all in this together”-front page – with photos

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June and Henry Cash named Cle Elum Volunteers of 2012-Judge Paul P. Pangrazi Menorial service Award-front page – with photos

Air quality remains unhealthy-Kittitas County-front page

Devere calls for public input-on police contract options-page A2

UKC Rotary announce Paul Harris Fellow Award recipients-  Northern Kittitas County Tribune staff writer Jim Fossett and Shoemaker Manufacturing honored-page A7-photos

Threshing Bee gives collectors chance to demonstrate antique equipment-working antiques-page B7-photos

Not all evacuation notices are equal-1,2,3 equating to Ready, Set, Go-page B10

Community:

81 year-old:Nothing’s gonna ruin my day

Cle Elum Kiwanis to celebrate 90th birthday

Ozanich accepted at Columbia Basin College

Out of the Taylor Bridge Fire comes another miracle

Small forest landowners offered new opportunities

INTERACT sponsors blood drive

Habitat readies to didicate first upper county home

Regional:

Table Mountain Fire road-forest closures

Roslyn Council supports water resource plan

Statewide burn ban in effect

Local pilots lasered in flight

Entomologist to speak at Farm Forestry annual potluck

House passes Cabin Fee Act of 2011

Learn to grow food forage for livestock

Two more west Nile cases confirmed

Back to back collisions on I-90

State Patrol seeks witnesses to fatal I-90 motorcycle collision

Voices:

Letter-Likes Trib website-Maxine Cox

Hats Off-Taylor Bridge Fire Benefit concert in North Bend raises $1500.00 donation to our area

Editorial-Local Rotary awards reinforced our sense of purpose-Jim Fossett

Editorial-Corporations director clears air on Cle Elum debate audience complaint-Dave Ammons

Frankly Speaking-Plum Crazy!

Sports & Schools:

Warriors snuff defending 1A state champ

Cossetto wins 31st Annual Presidents Cup

Poor air quality affects games and practices

Community welcomes new elementary teacher

CERHS runners impress coach

Warriors slow to pick up against Connell

Tight loss to LaSalle, but sweeps Mabton

Thorp rebounds from loss with sweep over Wilson Creek

 

csteinerSeptember 20, 2012 Northern Kittitas County Tribune HEADLINES