December 6, 2012 Northern Kittitas County Tribune-HEADLINES

Resignations, funding cuts force decision makers to rewrite Chamber’s future-Executive Director quits after 24 years-front page

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Cle Elum water, sewer, garbage rates go up-Councilmen here have approved rate hikes for essential services-front page

Parade of Lights brightens up First Street-Motor Toys of Cle Elum leads parade-front page-photo

Roslyn Winterfest holiday fun this Saturday-in store for patrons are a number of community favorites-front page

CE-R District levy campaign committee hosts kickoff meeting-eleven committees formed-front page-photo

City Administrator airs optional expenditures proposed for 2013 budget-Budget ‘retreat’ came one week before council is expected to vote on 2013 budget at it’s Dec. 11, monthly meeting.

Voices:

Frankly Speaking-He’s makin’ a list, checkin’ it twice

Question of the Week-”Do you think the Upper County should put its resources into the Kittitas County Chamber?” Poll results. See next week’s question and take poll at www.nkctribune.com (see gray sidebar).

Letter-Chamber director resigns-Judy Tokarsyck-Former Executive Director, Cle Elum Roslyn Chamber of Commerce

Letter-Quote echoes the hearts of volunteers in this county-Jerry Pettit-Kittitas County Auditor

Regional:

Scrooge on the loose in Roslyn tonight

Many hands and warm hearts reach out to local fire victims

Upcoming holiday family-fun events to put on your calendar

Deadline for filing petitions related to Ecology’s groundwater ruling

Christmas in Cle Elum: A holiday ‘quilt’ stitched together by neighbors

Community:

Under Sheriff says goodbye to Kittitas County Search & Rescue coordinator Fred Slyfield

Packed house, voices ringing at Grange Christmas Dinner

December Miniature Art Exhibit in Cle Elum

First Upper Kittitas County Barn Quilt goes up

Sports & Schools:

Hosmer nabs a pair of wins in Monroe

CE-R Grapplers hit the season with a league match at home tonight

CERHS Athlete of the Week-Payne Porter

CERHS Student of the Week-Mari Wagsholm

Easton School to host holiday concert

CERHS pre-season basketball games open with tight scoring

 

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