Headlines for the Week of September 19, 2013 – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

‘Tempered Gold’ charges into northern Kittitas Co. history-Washington State Horse Park’s 2.000-meter cross-country course and water obstacle officially christened-front page/A8-photos

Refurbished 50mm guns, dignitaries, band celebrate Medal of Honor hero on Sept.27-guns first arrived in Cle Eum in the early 1950′s-front page

One Washington champions broadband for rural populations-Bridging the broadband gap-front page/A5-photo

Light rail for I-90 bridge gets greenlight-In a 7-2 ruling-front page

Voices:

  • Frankly Speaking-As its first growing season ends, a new Roslyn Farmer’s Market blossoms
  • Letter-Reader offers information on identifying frogs in photo-Daniel Burkhalter-Seattle (volunteer librarian)
  • Tribune Question of the Week- See online and person on the Street poll on where the 2 pot stores should go.

Regional:

  • On Oct. 1 you own state’s first Community Forest, what you should know?
  • Stormy Sunday Skies
  • Controlled burn triggers flashbacks and concern
  • Flood control zone construction begins
  • Teanaway land sale celebration announced
  • Lodging tax issue slated for Cle Elum council agenda
  • Habitat for Humanity excited to host Clive Rainey

Community:

  • Young dancers steal hearts, center stage
  • Sterling Bank winter garment drive kicks off
  • 100 county Search and Rescue volunteers now need your helpp
  • ARRF receives donation
  • 16 days to Roslyn’s first Mountain Ale Festival
  • County People Focus-Sadie Thayer
  • Roslyn Market wraps up season
  • Search to begin for children with unmarked graves
  • Cle Elum Public Market re-opens this Sunday
  • Cast selected for Boulet Production’s On Golden Pond
  • Austin-Healey caravan due in Cle Elum
  • Antique coin-pin found
  • Paperbacks needed for jail library
  • Sports & school:
  • Yount-Hemly team takes on Districts athletic program
  • CWU’S Special Education Training Center awarded $36K
  • CERHS Student of the Week-Holly Terrill
  • WSMS Wildcats ready to start the season
  • Warriors nod to Cascade 21-39, Connell looking for payback
  • CERHS cross country team baptized by fire
  • Grid posse bring home the bacon
  • CERHS Athlete of the Week-Ross Taklo
  • CERHS Volleyball & Soccer this week

 

 

csteinerHeadlines for the Week of September 19, 2013 – Northern Kittitas County Tribune