Headlines for the Week of MAY 30, 2013 – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

Easton Memorial Day Celebration-returns for Year 22 of fun-front page-photos

Honoring our Nation’s Heros-in Roslyn-front page-photo

Ronald ‘bevitched’ by Croatian emissaries-Croatian Spotlight-Louise Petrich Iverson-page B1-photos

TO PROTECT AND PRESERVE-Reflections on Baghdad-page A3-photo

Gathering to Remember-with VFW Post 1373-photos

Govenor signs wolf management legislation-Compensation for livestock losses by new tax-front page

Seeking information on old landfill/dump sites-Kittitas County Public Health Department-front page

Regional:

  • Teanaway cattlemen move cautiously into Year Two of state’s wolf management plan
  • Compliance checks checkmate underage drinking
  • WSP reports casualty-free holiday weekend
  • Sunday Signage Can you get a ticket and towed?
  • Scheduled power outage cycles without incident
  • Sign-up for Senior property tax exemptions
  • Teanaway Coyote
  • Board Issues Initial Draft Recreational Marijuana Rules for Public Comment
  • Cle Elum Ranger District offices closed next Wednesday
  • Solar Farm consultant to deliver CWU commencement address
  • Manweller appointed to pension policy committee

Voices:

  • Frankly Speaking-Time to plant the magic beans, Jack. They love the Upper County
  • Letter-To the disrespectful one (ones) who stole the memorial flowers-Marcy Bogachus-Ronald, Roslyn Cle Elum Heritage Club
  • Trib Fan Mail-Keep up the good work, Tribune-Carolyn Rottluff-Seattle

Sports & school:

  • Congratulations Warriors on a Great 2013 Spring Season! Photo essay
  • Thorp School District considers major tech upgrade
  • Wersland and Adams selected for Feeder Games
  • CERHS-Athlete of the Week-Ted Wolfe
  • Pendleym Greenlaw place well in state track finals
  • Andrus takes second in Javelin, Fraser places well
  • CERHS-Student of the Week-Asia Rogers
  • Easton Jaguars Class of 2013
  • Spider silk, renewable energies and the talking belly button
  • Students observe campus owls
  • Rotary serves Easton students

Community:

  • Flowers, bacon n’ eggs scarves and French toast
  • Kiwanis welcomes author
  • New center sign
  • More bricks laid at Flagpole Park
  • Cle Elum Cemetery flag planting
  • Ellensburg Rodeo selects poster
  • Church breakfast
  • Cruisin’ for Hospice Car Show this Saturday