Headlines for the Week of March 20, 2014-Northern Kittitas County Tribune

Athletes spring into action-season opener April 8-front page-photo

Governor signs bill allowing for Port District in Kittitas County-Under House Bill 2547-front page

Help stop illegal tire dumping-Kittitas County Public has been cleaning them up-front page

Park and Recreation District 1 moves to clear debt and layout vision-“We’re hoping the meeting is well attended”-front page

Roslyn works towards becoming a water bank-2 water rights created surplus-front page

Public Hearing for addition of new water-related fees-front page

Regional:

  • Cridlebaugh resigns from county Chamber
  • Snow trail groomers to wind up season
  • Two injured in I-90 mishap
  • Hatchery lands new fish culturist
  • Public Health staff attends Homeland Security training
  • O’Neill resigns from school board

Community:

  • Spittoon Boat Races still sailing after 26 years
  • Chef’s Dinner
  • Search for superintendent of schools meets first deadline
  • Teanaway Community Forest officials seek your input and participation
  • First Grange fundraiser in recent years billed a success
  • New format ups attendance at preschool fundraiser
  • Chowing down on soup to ‘Raise the Woof’
  • Forest Service flag at half-mast in loss of officer and K-9
  • Community rallies around fire victims
  • Student Art Walk exhibits Saturday
  • Caviezel finishes skyscraper climb for cancer charity
  • Suncadia to host Jazz Cabaret
  • Meet the quilters at Roslyn Library
  • Parent Workshop on Child Safety
  • Voices:
  • Frankly Speaking-As March goes out like a lamb, five easy tips to put a healthy ‘Spring’ in your step
  • Letter-RE: Teanaway ‘State’ Forest or Teanaway ‘Community’ Forest?-Tracy & Julie Rooney, Richard & Jonica Low, Jerry & Nancy Everson, Mark Craemer, O. Charles & Emily K. Millar, Allen & Bonnie Unsell, Bob Ballard, John & Carole Windh, Tom & Gail Smith, Don & Missy Noel, Drew & Jeanell Nelson, Michael Ross & Rita Coss, Barb & Barnaby Peters-Cle Elum (Teanaway)
  • Letter:’Wye’ no open discussion before voting on the road?-Keith Moon-Cle Elum
  • Letter-The Wye was intended as a hub-Terry Wallgren-Cle Elum

Sports & Schools:

  • 2014 SAE Clean Snowmobile Challenge-15 Years of Innovation
  • Thorp Jr. High basketball winds up season
  • First fastpitch game rescheduled
  • SLC Student of the Week-Coddy McNabb
  • Cle Elum Heat wins state championship
  • Cle Elum Swarm places third at state
  • Young wrestlers compete at Warden tourney
  • Freshmen make the cut
  • CERHS Athlete of the Week-Monica Jewell
  • Wolfe clocks two homers in preseason opener
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