October 11, 2012, 2012 Northern Kittitas County Tribune HEADLINES

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Kittitas County joins national barn quilt movement-In recognition of this area’s extensive agricultural heritage-front page-photo

Old Man Winter nudges CERHS Royal Homecoming Court-Homecoming Queen and King 2012 Mari Wagsholm and Carson Briski-page C2-photos

Phoenix rises up from Taylor Bridge Fire-Long-term recovery committee formed-front page-photo

Kittitas chief weighs in on contracting police services-City of Kittitas offered insight into their experience-pageA5

Emergency medicine on the streets of Cle Elum-Remembering the 1915 Washington State First Aid and Mine Rescue Meet-page

A10-historic photos

Team Tribune Wins-Faces Behind the Pages-local team honored for working hard to keep Upper County informed, entertained and prosperous-page B1-2-photos

Bonnie Christian ends distinguished 40-year career-“I started teaching right out of CWU”-page C8-photo

Beavers enlisted as engineers-‘Nuisance beavers’ a welcome addition-page D1-photos

Former White House presidential helicopter lands in Cle Elum-It is the same helicopter Nixon boarded after he resigned-page A11-photos

Scenic Highway 10 gets positive national press-in the October issue of American Road magazine-page A8-photo

Wild and in demand-Owens Meats stays busy custom cutting game-page D3-photo

KC Snow Grooming Council back in session-Active participation encouraged from riders in discussing disbursement of grooming funds-pageA7-photos

First upper county Habitat for Humanity house a done deal-sign here for your life-page B4-photos

Enrichment program offers extra opportunities to explore subjects of interest at Thorp HS-Time carved out for one-of-a-kind learning experience-page C7-photos

Community:

The rigors and challenges of organic farming

Growing grapes isn’t for wimps or dreamers

New priest for parishes in Roslyn and Cle Elum

Cle Elum residents propose emergency preparedness fair

More on your city’s blue light bulb

Fall into fun at Thorp Community Day

Harvest Moon Auction and Dinner gets outpouring support

Events for October focus on fright

Community at Suncadia helps renovate trails

1934 Ford The Roslyn Car

Regional:

Wildland fire update

Taylor Bridge Fire victims presented cost saving options

Cle Elum Ranger District to open new firewood collection area

Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER) begins on the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest

Fire Commissioner Caviezel resigns

Council presents June and Henry Cash City’s Pangrazi Award

Cash Mob to hit Roslyn next week

Spencer Riley completes rail yard sign

Police pick up $2,400 grant

Former Cle Elum girl running to represent Auburn region

State Patrol looking for eye witnesses

You need a permit for your solar panels

Statewide burn ban extended

I-90 rock blasting schedule

Sports & Schools:

Annual School Performance Report 2011-2012-Supplement

Warriors at 6-0 with big game tomorrow

Easton archers compete at World Tournament

Under the Helmut with Josh Young

Thorp volleyball team keeps on winning

Special Olympics rock the gym

Thorp School embraces challenges with enthusiasm and vigor

CERHS Athlete of the Week -Mitchell Millsap

Easton Student of the Week-Seneca DeHuff

CE-R Vollyballers take Highland

New teachers bring smiles to Easton classrooms

Ellensburg Blues 4-0 in their fall season

Local 11U-ers douse Cascade’s flame

Warriors nab second shutout in season

Up high in the sky

Business:

Rotarians gear up for cleaning’

WSDOT to host three public hearings on I-90 Snoqualmie Pass East Project

WA minimum wage increases to $9.18′Rock the Bulb tour draws 250 in Cle Elum

Urgent Care Center almost breaks even

Commencement of claim filing period for Kittitas County and Skyline Contractors, Inc.

Voices:

Frankly Speaking-Seed savin’ time

Editorial-It’s your newspaper, participation welcome-by Terry Hamberg Associate Publisher

Letter-Give a beginning farmer a chance-Kathie Starkweather

Letter-Contract with the county for jail, but keep local police-Kelly Clift

Letter-From the desk of Fire Chief Hobbs: Summer of Fire

 

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