November 1, 2012, 2012 Northern Kittitas County Tribune HEADLINES

OPERATION LORAX REPLANTS FOREST-Over a hundred kids and families ‘speak for the trees’-front page-photo

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$39K water main for police station before snowfall-from water reserve fund to underwrite 560-foot 8-inch water main Roslyn’s Summit II LLC will lay this week or next-front page

Nov. Tabletop flood exercise-Lunch provided by American Red Cross-front page

Safeway collects $35,000 for area fire relief-$10,000 the company donated and $13,000 donated by patrons of Cle Elum’s Safeway-front page-photo

Oyez Roslyn!-converging creative expression from both sides of the Cascades-front page

Carbon monoxide alarms required in residences by Jan. 1-Washington state taking another step forward in stopping silent killer-front page

Veterans Day assemblies Nov. 8-at Walter Strom Middle School gym and Thorp High School Gym-front page

Mayor Lockett hands out Appreciation Awards-to Alfred DuBay and Jonine Collins-page A5

Firefighters train on retired school bus-first time in department’s history trained in extrication skills on a school bus-page A7-photos

Roslyn firefighters’ Haunted House a smash hit-a collaboration requiring two solid weeks of preparation-page B10-photos

Old #3 fire doused in the nick of time-cause ruled accidental-page A7

Third Chamber cash-mob in Roslyn rated ‘true blue’-at Vintage Vine-page A8-photo

Local B&B donates rooms to veterans-some of the veterans coming to South Cle Elum have recently returned from Afganistan-pageA8

HopeSource receives $10,000 for fire victims-Bank of America give community grant-page A9-photo

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