Headlines for the Week of MAY 23, 2013 – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

Memorial Day May 27-Monday service at Roslyn Vets Cemetery-front page

22nd Easton Celebration-BIGGER AND BETTER!- unique attraction is a 55 foot step trailer decorated as a tribute to our fighting forces

Thorp School History Club to honor fallen-at Thorp Cemetery club to honor WWII’s fallen-front page-photo

City cop says Prop 2 dollars are critical-sunset clause expires this year.front page

Upper Kittitas County Preparedness Fair organizers lock agenda-26 booths in disaster relief fair at Wye Park-page A2-photo

Firsthand account of what happened to Douglas Munro-As told by someone who was there when Douglas A. Munro died for his country-page A9-photos

Regional:

  • Easton School District Refinances Bonds
  • Most Cle Elum US Forest Ranger District campgrounds open for Memorial Day weekend
  • Loggers working full bore on Table Mountain wasteland
  • FIRE MORELS: What are they-why do they even exist?
  • Filing week over, candidates locked in
  • Nearly a ton of food collected by local letter carriers
  • Firewise drumbeat heard at Pine loch Sun last week

Community:

  • Special Tribute to Jovanovich Family
  • Cle Elum Mayor declares May ‘Senior Americans Month’
  • Relay for Life team captains run for home stretch with $7,142
  • Kiwanis pillar markers moved
  • Boulet calls for auditions
  • Roslyn Artwalk launches Saturday
  • Drive your community with one Titleist golfball
  • South Cle Elum gazebo in progress

Voices:

  • Frankly Speaking-Duck town lilacs bring this scent, doo dah, doo dah
  • Letter-We’re still planting the Cle Elum barrels-Hartwig and Mary Vatheuer-Cle Elum
  • Letter-Garage/yard/estate sale hosts beware-thieves stole from my deceased mother-Valerie McCallum-Cle Elum
  • Letter-Who and why?-Judy Lambe-Ellensburg
  • Letter-Welcome to success!-B.M. Bly-Cle Elum
  • Vote on next weeks question at www.nkctribune.com-look for gray sidebar

Sports & school:

  • CERHS Athletic Director resigns
  • Thorp School Athlete of the Week-Tess Loewen
  • Memorial ballpark memory makers
  • Golfers Garner Gold
  • Easton School Student of the Week-Kaylin Aper
  • WSMS students present at CWU SOURCE
  • Jazz Cafe is a Ballroom Blast
  • Bator and Sweigard take high road together
  • 100 horses in town for rounds of training
  • It’s senior project time
  • Roller Derby girls hit it hard
  • Warrior Tracksters burn it up
  • Thorp/Easton send two to state
  • Medical Lake steals Round One win at State
  • Lady Warriors struggle in districts
  • Warrior tennis roundup
  • CERHS advisor rides the technology wave penny-wise

 

 

csteinerHeadlines for the Week of MAY 23, 2013 – Northern Kittitas County Tribune