HEADLINES for the week of February 6, 2014-Northern Kittitas County Tribune

Deneen aims for Olympic Gold-Cle Elum’s hometown favorite ready to go-front page/B6-B7-photos

Seattle Seahawks win Super Bowl XLVIII-Hawk talk with Rogers, Patera and Lowery

Medical marijuana collective’s appearance in Cle Elum greeted with questions and red flags-not a retail outlet-front page-photo

Over 1,000 signatures gathered for National Heritage Area Designation-strong bipartisan support-front page

County seeks input for infrastructure improvements-Teanaway Community Forest region included-front page

Regional:

  • Seaarch and Rescue training day turns real in rescue of mother and daughter
  • Winter Snow Report!
  • Behind the Scenes:
  • Swiftwater Fitness finishes first year strong
  • Roslyn NWI Building renovation project takes step forward
  • High school parking lot and bus lane projects up for bid in April
  • Cascade Field & Stream gears up for annual fundraiser Feb. 22
  • One injured in I-90 collision
  • Large crowd drawn to House Judiciary Committee hearing-Competing Gun Initiatives
  • Tesla expands Supercharger Network in Ellensburg
  • 4-H License plates great way to support youth program
  • Station 291 progress report: Guardians of Snoqualmie Pass
  • Wildlife visit Suncadia
  • Locals find jobs at new Pass development
  • Ellensburg artists featured in February at Carpenter House Museum & Gallery
  • January construction booming
  • New city planning commissioners appointed
  • Major Building Code change to be aired At Feb. 12 meeting

Voices:

  • Frankly speaking-The original foodie-meet the restaurant reviewer behind the famed Duncan Hines name
  • Editorial-The evolution of service and newspaper delivery by Jana Stoner, co-publisher
  • Community:
  • ‘Community Unity’ spaghetti feed highlighted need for disaster preparedness
  • Masons install officers
  • Mayflower Christian exemplifies patience to grow something
  • Barn Quilt Owners-Timothy hay farmer Merle Woody
  • Forest improvement projects sought
  • County Public Health Department receives new grant dollars
  • Focus on Seniors-Carl Lowe’s encounter with Audie Murphy
  • Urgent need for blood donors
  • Richard Ozanich III awarded Eagle Scout rank
  • Hedlund makes Montana State University President’s List
  • Grange scholarship dinner sold out

Sports & Schools:

  • Easton School raises 12th Man Flag
  • Cle Elum-Roslyn High School HONOR ROLL
  • CERHS Athlete of the Week-Dalton Hawk
  • ‘Super Bowl Six leave last year’s losing streak behind-Lady Jags Basketball
  • Never say die-Season closer this Saturday-Warrior Basketball
  • Warrior wrestlers shine
  • Easton Student of the Week-Colton Houle
  • Marla Gall, one of four, leaving school district
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