Headlines for the Week of AUGUST 29, 2013 – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

Habitat home vandalized-Sunlight Waters-front page

Big Weekend for events-Kittitas Co.-front page

Sitting Pretty in Roslyn-Suncadia Fund for Community Enhancement, citizens provide benches for city sitters-front page-photo

Deputies seize 4,450 marijuana plants from Manastash grow-street value over $2,000,000-page A9-photos

Liberty gold miners rally ‘drugged the bug that bites them’-“Discovering gold is like discovering new money”-page A10-photos

Septic moratorium lifted at Pine Loch Sun-Why so long for the appeal?-page A3

Q&A about county lodging tax disbursals-Kittitas County Commissioner Paul Jewell answers-page A5

Verna Mattelli turns 103-page B3-photo

‘TOY’ story-Badda is Physical Education Teacher of the Year, she will compete nationally for top honors

Regional:

  • Wildland fire reports
  • Yakima Project ‘Flip-Flop’ operation underway
  • Tour of Colockum Tarps fire reveals nature of beast
  • A froggy floral garden fest
  • Sept. 14 vigil for missing child set
  • Local police report suspicious solicitations
  • Missing swimmer located
  • Head ‘em off at the pass
  • Centennial Series Inside the WA State Park history book

Voices:

  • Frankly Speaking-Assistance will be rolling into Cle Elum next Wednesday
  • New National Forest supervisor was named 2013 Professional Conservationist of the Year at last post
  • Legislative session summary-Matt Manweller

Community:

  • 87-year-old rocks with the world via laptop and smartphone
  • Boulet production of ‘On Golden Pond’ needs two more actors
  • Sons of Italy clubs coming to South Cle Elum for Bocce Ball
  • Easton volunteer firefighters pull off another 100-mile endurance race
  • County Chamber first: Roslyn Mountain Ale Festival
  • Cruise Cle Elum Car Show winners circle
  • HopeSource Donation
  • Talerico family holds reunion

Sports & school:

  • New team at WSMS
  • Cle Elum-Roslyn School District enters 2013-14 with staff changes and new hires
  • Meet the student behind the Summer Job-Morgan Olson
  • Season opener: Cle Elum’s Grid Kids posse vs “Attila the Huns”
  • School district to accept payments by credit and debit card
  • IGNITE students shaped into leaders
  • Northwest Reined Cowhorse Association puts on show
  • Warrior football: Is Wing T “pistol-whipped?”
  • School starts next week: Are your child’s immunizations up to date?
  • Sign up for the Manastash Metric Ride

 

 

 

csteinerHeadlines for the Week of AUGUST 29, 2013 – Northern Kittitas County Tribune