September 27, 2012 Northern Kittitas County Tribune HEADLINES

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Former Tribune owner passes-Walter R. Larson-front page

Wildland Fires Merged-The merger was achieved with a controlled burn-front page-photos

Investigations result in 8 arrests, multiple felonies-Suncadia-Three independent investigations tied together-front page

Cascade Prevention Coalition gears up-They say they can make a measurable difference when it comes to substance abuse-front page-photo

Equipment breakdown and late funding alter several road projects-South Cle Elum-stripping and chip seal projects being rescheduled-front page

Conway Construction put on notice regarding Taylor Bridge Fire liabilities-if in fact investigators determine that construction work started the Taylor Bridge Fire-page A2

County Administrative Segregations are history-Kittitas County is phasing out Administrative Segregations as an option for growth-page A2

Fire crews move fast to save snow cat-$350,ooo Bombadier 275 snow groomer, and the building housing it-page A8-photos

Cle Elum Kiwanis turns 90-How Times Have Changed-page B1-photos

Reprinted from the Miner-Echo-October 13, 1922-Kiwanis Club is organized in Cle Elum-page B1

Are you breathing smoke from wildland fires on a clear day?-It’s a bugger:Knowing when to stay inside-page A5-photos

Sky Riders show support for volunteer firemen-Snowmobile club keeps donations local-page B9-photo

Quilts sewn to bring comfort to fire survivors-Group still looking for names of people who lost their homes-pageB10-photo

Community:

A quiet-and official-goodbye

Arts & Quilts Show featured at the Carpenter House in October

Pearl Jam and the Eagles up the ante for fire victims

Habitat home made even more habitable with handmade quilts

One of the longest serving Kiwanians

Cle Elum Fall clean up:Get vouchers

Free document shred day for residents

Community Wellness Fair

Regional:

Liberty couple views fires

Evacuation shelters open to those seeking better air

Tabletop flood exercise rescheduled

What’s a wildland firefighter eat?

Injured camper rescued

Salmon Spawning Walk this Saturday

West Nile Virus infects two WA residents

Sports & Schools:

Warriors roll Timberwolves

CERHS Athlete of the Week-Jake Gall

CERHS Student of the Week-Ashley Sanders

Comfort Quilts bring educational opportunity to Thorp

Under the Helmet with Cody Foust

Lady Tigers triumph over Soap Lake

Wahluke Warriors deliver wake up call in four

Soccer- a smoky start

Warrior runners at Connell

League declares Kodiaks game win for Warriors

Smoke fouls athletic programs

Yakima River Fly Fishing

Sun Country Men’s Golf

Voices:

Frankly Speaking-HOT! HOT! HOT!-Peppers

Letter-Neighbors help Putnams after Taylor Bridge Fire-Rosemary & Larry Putnam

For the love of snow, please register your sled-Bob McGinnis

Happy subscriber note-Zoa Shumway

Have ideas for the future direction of the Kittitas County Chamber?