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HEADLINES for the Week of May 1, 2014-Northern Kittitas County Tribune

LET’S PLAY BALL-Opening day at Cle Elum ballpark-front page-photo.

Battle Ground firm to host forum pitching for municipal electric utility in Cle Elum-Town Hall modeled meeting-front page.

WA State Attorney General Bob Ferguson meets Kittitas County-several times asked about the new marijuana law-front page-photo.

Summer art walk series replaced by Roslyn Art Festival-consolidating into an annual festival-front page.

Spring burning begins on Cle Elum Ranger Distrit-treatment areas near Liberty and North Fork Teanaway river areas.

Regional:

  • Putnam Centennial Center fire alarm system thwarts another catastrophe.
  • Greener Frontier back in business.
  • Poll reveals objections to Kittitas County’s proposed ATV code change.
  • Cle Elum Mayor proclaims May ‘Older Americans Month’.
  • Forest Service finalizes policy to promote year-round recreation at ski areas.
  • Wabapum State Park now closed.
  • Local tourism marketing promotions garner awards.

Voices:

  • Frankly speaking-How to Make (‘Gooder’) Dirt.
  • Letter-Re: Swauk Pine Restoration Project-Rob Repin, Cle Elum.

Community:

  • PSE christens new substation at event.
  • Brooks Library launches institutional repository, upper county interviews included.
  • ‘Hope Run’ for cancer is Saturday.
  • Free concert at the Grange this Saturday.
  • Letter Carriers’ non-perishable food drive collects May 10.
  • Egg Hunt raises $2000 for Seniors.
  • School board briefs.
  • Dollars for Scholars reports a banner year.
  • Roslyn Cemetery springs to life with volunteerism.
  • Search & Rescue Spotlight-Neil Dewey.
  • Blessed Virgin Procession on Sunday.

Obituaries and Memorials:

  • Debbora Vargas
  • RoseAnn Holdeman

Sports & Schools:

  • Warrior Tennis: Three matches to go.
  • Volunteers needed to evaluate senior projects.
  • Track and field on the run.
  • Observe how our children are taught on May 8.
  • Mark your calendars-Last days of School & Graduations coming soon.
  • Yakima River Fly Fishing Report-‘If fishing is a religion, fly fishing is high church’.
  • CERHS Athlete of the Week-Sarah Winebrenner.
  • Champs rock youth ball opening day.
  • Fastpitchers sweep Wahluke.
  • Warrior baseball in Othello Monday.
  • CERHS Student of the Week-Ani Harrison.

 

LET’S PLAY BALL-Opening day at Cle Elum ballpark.

Battle Ground firm, Brown & Kysar, Inc. to host forum pitching for municipal electric utility in Cle Elum.

WA State Attorney General Bob Ferguson meets Kittitas County-several times asked about the new marijuana law.

 

 

csteinerHEADLINES for the Week of May 1, 2014-Northern Kittitas County Tribune