HEADLINES December 26, 2013 Northern Kittitas County Tribune

YEAR IN PICTURES 2013-Part 1-front page/A5/A6/A7/A8-photos
Dance Craze helps deliver holiday cheer-at Cle Elum Eagles-front page-photo
Cle Elum Giving Trees make Christmas for 80 families-Beth Markers Canopy of Caring morphed into the Giving Tree project-page B1-photo
Regional:

  • Santa visits bakery
  • Applicants request marijuana retail licenses
  • Park and Recreation closer to opening new Sno-Park
  • Renew your dog licenses before January 1
  • Second Street fire snuffed in minutes
  • Shining in the night, glowing light displays brighten the Upper County Photo Essay

Voices:

  • Frankly speaking-I fought the holiday cheesecake…and the cheesecake won!
  • Letter-Looking back on the 2013 Volunteer of the Year-Gene and Carol Sharrett-Cle Elum
  • Observation-The wisdom of the tribe, The Member with the Biggest Tech is the new Chief-by Bruce Coe

Community:

  • Eagles Craft Club Food Basket drive caps with Christmas party for children
  • The Christmas Heart of a New York Newcomer
  • Pets to receive holiday treats
  • Update on  two boys tragically lost in fire on All Saints Day
  • National Polish Organization donates toys for kids
  • Grange Ladies wrap gifts for children
  • Dellicker attains NALA certification
  • Local Catholic Churches plan a variety of upcoming events
  • Putnam Centennial Center lights up with the giving spirit-helps 125 families

Sports & Schools:

  • Decision: 2B or Not 2B?
  • WIAA says 2B for Warrior athletics, school board says no way, we stay 1A
  • Warriors take out Chelan, lose season openers
  • CERHS Athlete of the Week-Kade Wiegert
  • Armed Forces Memorial complete
  • Life Skills Program delivers real world opportunities for kids
  • Wrestling-from the road
  • CERHS Student of the Week-Madie Zabik
csteinerHEADLINES December 26, 2013 Northern Kittitas County Tribune