Headlines for the Week of March 6, 2014-Northern Kittitas County Tribune

Greenway meets with City about Wye Park road compromise-Background, options and what’s next-front page-photo

Sledding back in time-In a light snow flurry-front page-photo

National Weather service warns of possible flooding-in Kittitas County-front page

Daylight Saving Time Begins-Turn your clocks forward on Sunday-front page

Regional:

  • Glitch fixed, county taxes mailed this week
  • Monthly climate summary for Cle Elum
  • Camarata held on $50,000 bail
  • Roslyn installs new Mayor
  • Losses on a downhill slide for Cle Elum’s urgent care center
  • History in the Making-State’s first recreational marijuana license issued
  • Agreement reached between nurses and Kittitas Valley Healthcare
  • Voices:
  • Frankly speaking-me oh, my oh, let’s make GUMBO
  • Letter-Re: carnvore predators-Joseph Lowatchie, SR, Ellensburg
  • Letter-Why the Wye’? Short memories and the new regimes-David Porter-Roslyn Former Coal Mines Trail Chairman
  • Letter-England has the right idea about property rights-Dr. David Bridgeman, Cle Elum
  • Letter-Good Job Tribune!-Jack & Linda Price-Cle Elum
  • Tribune again wins acceptance as Official Newspaper of Roslyn
  • Cle Elum publishes phone numbers for councilmen

Community:

  • Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall coming to Cle Elum July 17-20
  • Dummy Downhill was all about-building a dummy
  • Cle Elum theater group looking for a new home
  • County cattlemen aid victim of South Dakota blizzard
  • Ecology seeks comment on proposed air quality plan
  • Local pets in need of homes
  • Williams looks to future at 90
  • Six children survive I-90 collision uninjured
  • Sports & Schools:
  • Warrior fastpitch 2014 kicks off in the gym
  • School district gets a new totem pole
  • CERHS Athlete of the Week-Jace Allen
  • CERHS Student of the Week-Lars Parrish
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csteinerHeadlines for the Week of March 6, 2014-Northern Kittitas County Tribune