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Headlines for the Week of April 3, 2014-Northern Kittitas County Tribune

City files preliminary injunction on local marijuana collective-challenging legitimacy-front page

Children learn fire safety-in Roslyn-front page-photo

Citizens Advisory Committee-gets marching orders at historic first meeting-front page

Confirmed-Roslyn will become a new ‘Water Bank’-front page

Benjamin appointed- to Hospital District-2 Board-front page-photo

I-90 Snoqualmie Pass East Project-Travel Alert-front page

Regional:

  • Memorial Wall coming to Cle Elum-Many volunteers needed
  • Washington Water Trust meeting provides info
  • CWU wildlife research helps guide I-90 construction project
  • Huge elk antlers found
  • One injured in I-90 collision near the Pass
  • Motorcyclist injured on I-90
  • Free ‘Drug take back day’ scheduled April 19
  • Bid letting for high school construction projects nears April 10 deadline
  • New Cashmere Valley Bank building construction starts in 2015
  • Lodging Tax Disbursement system to include applications for capital funding
  • What is a Port District?
  • Cle Elum council approves 2014 budget amendments

Voices:

  • Frankly Speaking-Kids Need to Grow U.P. (Uber-Produce)
  • Letter-Who can say?-Joseph Lowatchie, Sr.-Ellensburg

Community:

  • Student Art Walk in Roslyn inspired by the Impressionists
  • Local volunteers to be honored
  • 2014 Community Wellness Fair April 17
  • Grange Chili Cook-off a ‘hot time’
  • Gift of bunnies goes beyond Easter
  • Dalle century farm gets quilt number 78
  • Egg hunts scheduled
  • Calling All Poets-Contest and reading event
  • Former local students to give talk on Refugees on Sunday
  • Mater Gardeners to host ‘Dig Into Gardening’ Class

Sports & Schools:

  • Badda honored as Teacher of the Year
  • Elementary school kids-All are musicians for a night
  • Wersland hits two grand slams and a three-run homer
  • On the Court-Warrior Tennis
  • Fastpitch season-opener ‘gimme’came with a price
  • Thorp High School-Student of the Week-Kylee Kirchmeyer
  • On the Court-Warrior Tennis
  • Fastpitch season-opener ‘gimme’ came with a price
  • CERHS Athlete of the Week-Nick Baker
  • Engelhart and Gumeson head to FCCLA nationals
  • Six young athletes close the chapter on long stretch together
  • Saturday’s 5K benefits ASPEN
  • Fly fishing season in full swing