Headlines for the Week of October 17, 2013 – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

Annual School Performance Report 2012-2013 inserted in this week’s TRIBUNE

Hunters Breakfast lures hungry crowd-full coverage-page B5-photos

Suncadia residents trim Knox Creek Trail-homeowners joined Mountains to Sound Greenway managers-front page-photo

GENERAL EXCELLENCE!-YOUR Community Newspaper singled out for coveted Statewide Publishing Award-page A11-photo

Restored guns return to Munro gravesite-A year later…-page B1/B6-photos

Chamber offers to help write winning applications for lodging tax funds-two hour workshop-front page

First three miles of I-90 project complete-part of $551 million project-front page

REGIONAL:

  • Collision closes US97 three hours
  • Road work underway, old Hwy 10 scheduled for closure
  • 1st Mountain Ale Festival in Roslyn a milestone-Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce’s 1st event in region
  • Cle Elum man dies in backhoe accident
  • End of an era: Old Chamber building on First Street rented
  • Two suspects arrested in storage units burglary
  • Don’t get Trick or Treaters on Halloween?
  • County readies to call for lodging tax fund applications
  • Kiwanians wax skis for Nordic Program
  • Chamber to host awards n’ elections night
  • State considers new attitude toward wolves
  • USFS factoid on budworms in the Teanaway
  • Healthcare enrollment made fearless with Jorge

 

VOICES:

  • Editorial-Taste the fresh local news-Terry Hamberg, Co-Publisher, NKC Tribune
  • Frankly Speaking-‘Bedtime for Veggo’
  • Letter-Kudos on the Trib’s General Excellence Award-Linda Solter, Cle Elum
  • Poll Results and new Question-www.nkctribune.com
  • Guest editorial-From a survivor: Guys we need to be aware of the rish of breast cancer too-Charles Pelkey

ELECTION:

  • Ballots mailed
  • Candidate Statements from-Robert M. Cernick-Floyd Rogalski-John Storch-Greg Laycock-Heather Dean-John Hein-Steve Harper

COMMUNITY:

  • Historic barn quilt finds historic barn home
  • Dick Stoop: One of Salmon La Sac’s best kept secrets
  • Suncadia breaks ground on new trail
  • Kittitas County is alive with salmon
  • Big Spud donation
  • Austin-Healy owner explains, ‘Why three carbs’
  • Jeff Tayer to speak on Teanaway community Forest
  • Trooper, motorist save unconscious driver from submerged car Oct 12
  • Local substance abuse coalition needs facilitators
  • Gov. Inslee to speak at CWU, visit Manastash Creek
  • Hope Source to hold Farm-to Table Dinner

AT WORK:

  • Micah J- Success in the music business isn’t about stardom, it’s about the calling
  • Kittitas welcomes first brewery
  • Lesky honored for Coal Mines Trail commission service
  • Getting USDA-certified is no cakewalk for Cle Elum’s half-century sausage shop
  • Getting in touch with your purpose….sometimes means casting off on your own
  • LOCAL NEWS:
  • A DAY IN THE LIFE-September in the…TEANAWAY
  • ARRF close to building region’s first animal refuge
  • Local family wipes out $35,000 debt in one year
  • Don’t just take our word for it-Hear what your neighbors are saying
  • SPORTS & OUTDOORS:
  • Witte, Neal make history
  • Deer prospects good statewide
  • Northern Kittitas County to ‘rise from the dead’ for kids on Halloween
  • CWU geologist ‘rocks’ You Tube
  • Rotary’s INTERACT working to ‘scare away hunger’
  • Two Upper County women vie for Rodeo Royalty

SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • Warriors bury Rangers, gear up for Leopards
  • CERHS Athlete of the Week-Alexis Eames
  • Warrior soccer team rocks the record book
  • CERHS Key Club helps at auction
  • Education Foundation wants your support
  • CERHS Student of the Week-Paris Sanders

 

 

 

 

 

csteinerHeadlines for the Week of October 17, 2013 – Northern Kittitas County Tribune