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HEADLINES for the Week of April 17, 2014-Northern Kittitas County Tribune

I-90 Snowshed Demolished-former Keechelus Snowshed Bridge – after 64 years-front page-photos.

Watts’ involvement in Rosyln Cemetery Commission’s WA State award recognized at Council meeting-Outstanding Cemetery Preservation-front page.

Wild West Roundup planned for Cle Elum-locally formed group at Washington State Horse Park-front page.

Community meets candidates for Superintendent of Schools-Flautau resigns in June-front page-photos

Wildland fire and managements lecture presented tonight-guest speaker John Marshall- front page.

Regional:

Deneen wins National Freestyle Championship.

Nine of 12 businesses pass alcohol-buy survey.

Cle Elum to sell Boone Pond to Yakima Nation.

Grange hosts Teanaway Community Forest Citizens Advisory Committee.

Meeting rules changing for use of council chambers.

KCFD-7 Volunteer firefighters enjoy annual banquet.

Fire Departments awarded Life Support grants for interactive video training courses.

Dickinson first customer at Sheriff’s Cle Elum Substation.

Cle Elum Ranger district firewood permits now available.

Manweller’s District office location change.

Voices:

  • Frnakly speaking-Part III: How to start growing healthy in Upper County.
  • Letter-Re: What is a port district?-Dan Banks, Vancouver, WA.
  • Letter-Our Representative-Bob Gritton, Cle Elum.

Obituaries:

  • Shirley Griffin Ingham.
  • Frederick L. Stumph.
  • Shirley Ann (Stimach) Garrett.

Community:

  • Raise the Woof campaign ongoing.
  • Badger Pocket potatoes make peppercorn vodka.
  • Fire District 1 campaigns for new volunteers.
  • Desert 100 dishes out excitement in Odessa.
  • Still time to get your kids into youth baseball.
  • Draft horses plowing is recent not ancient history.
  • Carpenter House Museum centennial July celebration coming together.
  • Military music in the Teanaway.
  • Freezin’ for a Reason Polar Plunge, May 4.

Sports & Schools:

  • Warrior baseball tied for first, Wersland clocks another homer.
  • Mew school board member.
  • CERHS Athlete of the Week-Ashleigh Fraser.
  • Thorp School Honor Roll.
  • EWU 2014 Winter Den’s List.
  • Warrior fastpitch christens home diamond with sweep and homeruns.
  • Fraser, Sanchez excel at first meets.
  • CERHS Student of the Week-Carter Riley
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csteinerHEADLINES for the Week of April 17, 2014-Northern Kittitas County Tribune