September 6, 2012 Northern Kittitas County Tribune HEADLINES

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Barich Family honored as King Coal royalty-“If your dad was still here, he would be King Coal”-front page-photos

First-time competetitor takes ‘Bull of the Woods’-Cle Elum native carries on winning tradition started by father and grandfather-front page-photos

Lithuanians bring their ‘gentle rain’ to Roslyn-Dance is Joy, Dance is Togetherness-page B1-photos

Sheriff seizes 13,500 marijuana plants street value $10M-Manashtash Canyon-page A5-photos

Family, fun and fanfare are all facets of Fair’s fabric-Variety in Fair’s offerings equals appeal to all-page A10-photos

Taylor Bridge Fire Updates:

Taylor Bridge Fire downgraded to Level 4

Sheriff’s sting operation successful

Price Chopper warehouse still open for fire victims

Roghair survival story all about good neighbors

Kittitas County gears up local resource info

Work continues on SR10 Taylor Bridge

Marsons’ help build on Rotary funds

How do I get rid of the smoke smell?

Suncadia names managing director

Community:

Pearl Jam ‘rocks’ for ARRF Animal Rescue

Icicle Brewing continues award winning summer launched in South Cle Elum

Windermere holds car wash for Hope Source

Regional:

Walk to End Alzheimers coming to Ellensburg

Wenas Lake Fire near Selah

Master Gardeners accepting applications

Sports/ Schools/ Youth:

Warriors down Selah 35-0

CERHS soccer-A promising season in the works

School district announces new teachers

Sun Country Men’s Golf Report

7th Annual Pig Out brings police and youth together

Easton Volleyball ready to hit the court

New WSMS volleyball couch

Mouse About raises $4,000

Away from the varsity spotlight

Easton students back to school

Stadium construction continues

Voices:

Frankly Speaking-Let’s get connected

Letter-Couple took in our seven dogs during Taylor Bridge Fire evacuation-Michael Anderson

Letter-Let’s get a ferry named after Cle Elum-what publicity-Juliann Boyle

csteinerSeptember 6, 2012 Northern Kittitas County Tribune HEADLINES