HEADLINES for the Week of April 10, 2014-Northern Kittitas County Tribune

Spring cleaning fishing ponds-with Kieanis Club Members-front page-photo.

Swauk Pine Restoration Project-Details propose action on 88 roads, mostly spurs-front page.

Cle Elum Public Market discontinued-with revival of Roslyn Market, no need for one in Cle Elum-front page.

City granted injunction to close First Street marijuana collective-What’s next?-front page

RSVP corrects times for ‘Drug Take-Back-Day’-at Cle Elum Police Station-front page.

Easter Egg hunts scheduled-UPPER KITTITAS COUNTY-front page.

ROSLYN’S JOANNE OSMONOVICH-has the Easter spirit-front page-photo.

Regional:

  • Seasonal motorized trail closure.
  • Were you unable to sign up for healthcare insurance by March 31?
  • Acting District Ranger arrives.
  • Wildfire season officially begins April 15.
  • Total eclipse of moon next week.
  • Nine upper county retail marijuana applicants await April 21-25 lottery.
  • Huggett and Bankston share firsthand accounts of the Oso mudslide zone.
  • Volunteer firefighters turn aluminum cans into community dollars.
  • Last chance to meet a candidate for school superintendent search.
  • New HopeSource ‘mobile food service’ van hits the road.

Voices:

  • Dana, Wachsmith announce candidacies
  • Frankly speaking-Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary, How Does Your Garden Grow?
  • The White House illustrates the Benefits of Raising the Minimum Tipped Wage for America’s Women.

Community:

  • Desert 100 Motorcycle Race a favorite for local racers.
  • Local 4-H Members attend Know Your Government conference in Olympia.
  • Local artist hosts show at Carpenter House Museum.
  • Grange presents 133rd Army Band on April 12.
  • Lithuanian traditions still strong in Upper County.
  • Community Builders struggling to host lock-in.
  • Snakes are topic of Ellensburg Audubon Program.
  • Quinn cooks up 2nd place.
  • Anderson makes president’s List.
  • Barn Quilt hing on Visitors Center.
  • New Kiwanian.
  • Grants boost local environmental projects.
  • Dance Craze is the smiling face of Northern Kittitas County.
  • Strengthening families in Cle Elum.
  • Surviving motorcycle crash a life altering event for David Smith.
  • Duke is a diamond in the “ruff”.
  • Paid senior job experience and employment program.

Sports & Schools:

  • Upper county youth ball program kicks off season.
  • Local students attend WE day.
  • CERHS Student of the Week-Tyler Jensen.
  • Strom reads Seuss.
  • Lindelof and Titus place 2nd.
  • CERHS Athlete of the Week-Zuleyma Perez.
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