Headlines for the Week of October 10, 2013 – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

Olson named Cle Elum Volunteer of the Year 2013-Olson quickly pointed to wife Dorothy for all the years of support-front page-photo

CE-R High School again named for “’School of Distinction Award’-outstanding improvement in student achievement-front page

GOLDEN SUNDAY-Largest gold nuggets in recent history discovered in Swauk mining district-front page-photos

Novak resigns, remains on ballot-County Elections Office clarifies-front page

Minor impacts to US97 traffic-single lane through winter-front page

Regional:

  • Amid congressional infighting Food Assistance Bonus ends Nov. 1
  • Cle Elum calls for six-month moratorium on medicinal and recreational marijuana
  • Clearing up confusion about Roslyn’s eligibility for marijuana-related businesses
  • A sign of the times
  • With 24 days to Daylight Savings, Fire Chief Campbell says…
  • Replacement fire station sited for Salmon La Sac

Community:

  • Harvest Festival full of play and relaxation for all ages
  • Anti-substance abuse coalition readies to survey
  • Suncadia paints a room pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
  • Roslyn Museum loans to appear at CWU exhibit
  • Ten peaks challenge to end with celebration and storytelling
  • On Golden Pond sets built on Peoh Pt.
  • ‘Burg Buskers Beat the odds in free rain event

Voices:

  • Guest Editorial-Newspapers remain relevant because the communities and readers we serve remain relevant-Ted R. Rayburn-Editorial Page Editor, The Tennessean
  • Frankly Speaking-Operation Harvest couldn’t come at a better time
  • Letter-Cle Elum’s nightlife needs resurrecting-Michael Robinson-Cle Elum

Sports & school:

  • Warriors zap LaSalle Lightning
  • CERHS varsity boys basketball coach resigns
  • CERHS Athlete of the Week-Courtney Brown
  • CERHS Student of the Week-Delaney Burrows
  • Anderson and Gray crowned Homecoming King and Queen