Headlines for the Week of November 21, 2013 – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

Public meeting spotlights pipeline and raising level of Lake Cle Elum-officials say there will be some campground loss and Speelyi Beach-front page-photos

County, cities requesting lodging tax dollars applicants-Where to get an application-front page

Emerging signs of public interest in Community Forest funding strategy-Teanaway-front page

Oakes Street section closed next week-at Railroad crossing-front page

County hosts 130th birthday reception-Fri., 1-3pm-front page

Fire Marshall concludes investigation of Third Street fire-city police chief investigation not complete-page A2

Tribune Turns Sixty This Week-First issue of the NKC Tribune published 60 years ago Nov. 19, 1953-page B8-photos

Regional:

Reason resigns from Cascade Rail Foundation

Barn Quilt to be raffled

Takin’ a break

New chef at Senior Center

Community Choir readies for season

Small town puts a big heart into Veterans Day

Disaster preparedness means reading before…not after the Big One hits

Roslyn Riders erect new sign

Tire blowout and driving too fast explain rash of weekend accidents

Bazaars highlight seasonal events

Voices:

Frankly Speaking-Toss expired cans? Nope! Here’s why…

Feds suggest delisting gray wolves nationwide-See this weeks Question of the Week

Letter-More public funds leave the Upper County for Ellensburg projects-Craig Nevil-Cle Elum

Community:

Community helps the parents of the boys lost in fire

Grange barn dance canceled

Grange hosts festive holiday bazaar

Service: When women come marching home

Open enrollment for Medicaid, assistance now available

No dental for adults on WA Healthcare Exchange, and no answer why

50 years with the Ozanichs

Bornhorst completes Naval recruit training

Relay for Life’s new chair rolls into first event

Bill Barshaw’s Top 10 tips for gardens in the loose grip of Old Man Winter

Christmas Tree cutting permits now on sale

Blood Drive saves lives

Sports & School:

Easton lady volleyballers garner acclaim

CERHS Athlete of the Week-Madelynn Neal

Foust rises to ‘sack king’ status

Future Warriors attend basketball camp

Husky coaches ready Fraser for spring season Australian meet

CERHS Student of the Week-Nick Browitt

Walter Strom Middle School Honor Roll

 

 

 

csteinerHeadlines for the Week of November 21, 2013 – Northern Kittitas County Tribune