DECEMBER 14, 2017 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

FRONT PAGE NEWS:

  • Grange Gifts Putnam Centennial Center – (Photo)
  • South Cle Elum considers purchase of nine town parcels
  • County’s solar advisory group sends a message
  • Silverado drifts off I-90, driver taken to Harborview
  • WA Moose say: What’s that thing flying overhead? – (Photo)

STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:

  • Regulators approve PSE settlement, set rates
  • Idaho fossils online in 3D
  • Washington Teen Video Challenge
  • Transportation Comm. to review I-405 express toll lanes
  • States Coalition says no to birth control rollback
  • EPA awards Pacific Northwest Tribes $2M-plus
  • WDFW officials investigate suspected wolf poaching
  • City’s Comprehensive Plan update takes another baby step – (Photo)
  • New facility plan emerges from Hospital District’s 2018-2020 Strategic Plan
  • Superior Court case management changes coming
  • Swiftwater Learning Center and District Office moving – (Photo)
  • Area firefighters complete school bus extrication drill – (Photo)
  • Christmas in Cle Elum, Parade fo Lights leads off December events – (Photos)
  • WA’s 18th suit against the Trump administration

VOICES:

  • Letters: Semi-trucks rumbling though town, Bittersweet memories of my Christmas of ’49
  • Frankly Speaking: Oh, How I long for Lovely Leeks
  • What do you think?: Do you think the state should be using drones to track wild animals for census and survey projects?

COMMUNITY:

  • It take (25 years to build) a village – (Photo)
  • Community Snapshot: Newcomb navigates the city’s sea of numbers – (Photo)
  • USFS Christmas Tree permits
  • USFS gets in the holiday spirit with an act of kindness
  • Yakima Nation 146, Mackinaws 0  – (Photo)
  • Through the next five, frigid months the Newhall’s are growing summer greens  – (Photo)
  • Tree of Love’s high turnout a welcome surprise – (Photos)

OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES:

SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • Warriors roll into season opener tomorrow night – (Photos)
  • Moen nabs second place in ‘Iron Sharpens’ invite – (Photo)
  • Walter Strom Middle School athletes honored – (Photo)
  • Still on the radar: Born in China, grown in the USA – (Photos)
  • Back in time – CERHS Cheerleaders – (Photo)
  • CER Knowledge Bowl team gets a workout
  • Students make wooden flags – (Photo)
  • Senior Mixed Bowling League
  • UKC Men’s & Women’s 8-ball Pool League
  • School Lunch
  • Easton Jags on the hardwood again, teams split season opener
  • Student Athletes of the week – Karley Burrows- Cle Elum-Roslyn High School  – (photo)
  • Spotlight Student of the week – Kaleigh Rainwater – Cle Elum-Roslyn High School- (photo)

 

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