October 4, 2012 Northern Kittitas County Tribune HEADLINES

Walter Richard Larson-Previous publisher of the NKC Tribune – April 30, 1924-September 23, 2012

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Citizens air questions about pending police contract-at South Cle Elum’s regular council meeting-front page

Roslyn City Council to look at proposed budget October 9-“planning for the worst, hoping for the best”-front page

Commemorating South Cle Elum’s war hero Munro for the 70th time-Munro’s last words were, “Did they get out?’ after shielding Marines-front page-photos

Olson reflects on Kiwanis Club’s 90-year-old heart-brought to light what energizes the muscle in a volunteer heart-page B1-photos

Running away to Croatia-Jennifer Wilson writes about here reverse immigration experience-page B2-photos

Paint Ellensburg lives up to expectations-community support exceeds gallery’s expectations; gallery treats community to gala event-page B3-photos

Community:

Hunter’s Breakfast to celebrate 25 years

Sterling Bank welcomes new manager

First Elk-11 yr. old Adam Rinaldi

County accepting applications for Lodging Tax funds

Clowning around at the Antiques Roadshow

Making it harder for criminals to hijack your jigsaw puzzle

Sports & Schools:

Perfect season with four games to go

Under the Helmut with Brennen Burchak

Easton-Athlete of the Week-Randi Jo Tate

CERHS-Student of the Week-Nghi Nguyen

Warriors trounce Spartans

Easton wins first match of the season

Thorp defeats White Swan

Parents of athletes concerned about air quality

Cross Country runners on the road again

Warriors plagued by injuries against Goldendale

Regional:

Table Mountain Fire Complex at 80% containment

Human Trafficking Coalition to hold community discussion

Cleaning up air ‘just part of our community service’

Manastash Metric Bike Tour Cancelled

Deadlines for Voters

I-90 blasting zone schedule changes

Statewide burn ban extended-with exceptions

Construction begins at County Courthouse

Cabela’s prepares for opening of Union Gap Outpost store

Voices:

Frankly Speaking-Fall Community Connect Day 2012

Hats Off-911 operator’s aid leads to poisoned dog’s recovery

Driving the Future: New legislation gives teens a voice in traffic safety programming

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