Headlines for the Week of November 7, 2013 – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

Veterans Day Salute-WWII Veterans recognized-front page-photo
South Cle Elum pays up for wastewater treatment services-prepared to make a capital investment-front page
Cause of Third Street fire still under investigation-Names of deceased officiall released-front page
Milestone, new strategy and notable discoveries mark Sockeye Salmon program at Lake Cle Elum-with Yakama Nation fish passage biologist Brian Saluskin-front page-photo
Cle Elum to centralize lodging tax distribution-Joining Kittitas County, Roslyn and Ellensburg-front page
Veterans Assembly shines with youth and patriots-at Cle Elum-Roslyn School-page B1-photos
Regional:

  • Chain and studded tire season
  • State Natural Resources Board acts to preserve forestland in I-90 corridor
  • Kittitas Countay Chamber faves at annual get-together
  • Meetings for proposed Cle Elum, Kachess, Keechelus Projects set
  • Transparency and learning would top Harper’s city council agenda
  • City Council unanimously votes for two 6-month ‘Mara-toriums’
  • Community Visitation Dat at school district
  • Horse Park board calls for new board members
  • Veterans gifted breakfast

Voices:

  • Frankly Speaking-Dashing those holiday potluck dishes over the river and…
  • Letter-Reader reminisces on the Old Taylor ranch house in verse-Judy Lambe, Ellensburg
  • Community:
  • Cle Elum Fire Department announces a 110-year first
  • Paws on Parade-Winners Unleashed
  • A young life remembered
  • Local fundraiser to help family of fire victims
  • Value forms mailed to property owners
  • Audubon program to feature MacKenzie River Adventure
  • Putnam Centennial Center announces new officers & members
  • ‘Oyez Roslyn!’ enters new season
  • High-steppin’ barn dance at the Grange Nov. 16

Sports & school:

  • 12U Soccer Team takes 2nd Place
  • Special Olympics team brings home medals
  • Climbers receive awards
  • Neal finishes mid-pack at state
  • CERHS Student of the Week-Seth Bassetti
  • Panthers end Warrior hopes for state in steamy-cold, wet-gridiron crossover
  • CERHS Athlete of the Week-Campbell Schmitt
  • CERHS All League nominations