November 22, 2012 Northern Kittitas County Tribune HEADLINES

County to dissolve Board of Adjustment-For the last 20 years or so the Board handled requests for Conditional Use Permits and variances for permitted land uses-front page

WHERE’S THE REST OF THE STORY? IT’S IN OUR PRINTED NEWSPAPER ON STANDS, IN STORES AND AT THE NKC TRIBUNE NEWSPAPER AND OFFICE SUPPLY STORE IN DAVIS PLAZA (BEHIND SAFEWAY)-NEW EVERY THURSDAY

South Cle Elum gets new ‘library’-Take a book, leave a book, it’s free-front page-photo

County Flood District and tax get greenlight from voters-majority approval margin was a little over 200 votes-front page

Local holiday events light up community next two weeks-events start today-front page

Roslyn Property Tax Levy increase passes-even with the 1% increase, Roslyn’s levy rate will still remain one of the lowest in County-page A2

Voices:

Frankly Speaking-Budget mess busters

Letter-Likes front page story-Karen Anderson-Ronald, WA

Upper County Question of the Week-Do you think the Cle Elum Roslyn Chamber should merge with the Kittitas County Chamber?-See the poll in the right sidebar grey box.

Regional:

It’s Official-Election results certified, winners declared

Driver testing no longer at DOL offices

Succession planning workshop for family landowners, Dec. 15

City sells 40 acres on Mohar Road

Centennial Center gives back with turkey dinner

Rustic Root Catering purchases Roslyn Cafe

Community:

African music hooks a young Beedle

Badger Pocket’s ‘Huckleberry Holdout II

The Nutcracker returns to Kittitas County

Iron Horse pays it forward

A busy time for Alpine Lakes Trail Riders

CWU chimp that learned sign language passes away

Sports & School:

Sports history and a unique legacy

Grit and hope of a 16-game season

CERHS Athlete of the Week-Griffon Alexander

CERHS Student of the Week-Kiley Hughes

They’re taller, they’re seasoned-and they’re back