January 12, 2017 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

  • Winter Snow Sculpting – (photo)
  • Burt Okitsu resigns from Cle Elum Council
  • Long awaited recreation planning for Teanaway Community Forest launches today
  • County group organizes to join Women’s March in Seattle, Jan. 21
  • Three-car pileup results in death of a Bainbridge Island teen
  • SNOW REPORT: 2 inches this week; season total is 37.5 inches
  • STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:
  • Methow Valley closed to mining
  • Scammer in the Slammer
  • Unemployment benefits website gets a facelift
  • steelhead license plate available for purchase
  • Attorney General goes after assault weapons
  • New Year’s resolution: Swim 5,500 miles across the pacific
  • New Year’s for astronauts
  • Cold snap numbers and hard, cold facts
  • Almost half of Cle Elum water meters now affected by technical issues
  • Train Breaks down in Cle Elum
  • Its January: Time to renew your pet license for 2017
  • Enjoy free State Parks days, Jan. 15-16
  • County Clamping down on false alarms
  • Your insurance questions answered Jan 20 in Cle Elum
  • Cle Elum Police make arrest in Burglary case
  • Commissioner takes oath
  • County Coroner reviews 2016 by the numbers
  • Couple charged with animal cruelty misses second court date
  • Lenihan pleads guilty to misappropriation of public funds
  • Scam Alert – Top 10 Washington scams in 2016
  • Caviezel to climb for leukemia and lymphoma research
  • Ninth annual KEEN winter Fair Jan 28
  • VOICES:
  • Frankly Speaking – Recipe for success in making real changes this January(Recipe: like any great recipe it’s one step at a time)
  • EDITORIAL:
  • When the roads are bad, think ‘Do I really NEED to travel – (Katia Merkel – Cle Elum)
  • Snowmobiler doesn’t blame the riders who didn’t help stuck 4-wheeler – (Keith Gardner – Cle Elum)
  • There is help out there for people that stutter – (Jane Frasier – President the Stuttering Foundation)
  • COMMUNITY:
  • Buddy’s Buddies ‘paw it forward to ARRF
  • Rotary Snow Machine Raffle Run returns Jan. 28 after two-year absence
  • Fire associations and Caboose team to support fire victims
  • Sahara Pizza moving forward in new location
  • Fuel your appetite for fun and destruction at the Downhill Dummy Competition
  • Kittitas Audubon Society to present “World Heritage: Life on the Mudflats of NW Australia”
  • Oyez Roslyn on tap for Jan. 21
  • Bagna Caulda Garlic Lovers Festival Jan 21
  • OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES:
  • Albert James Low Jr,  1918 – 2016
  • Joseph “Joe” Matthew Starcevich, 1943 – 2016
  • SPORTS & SCHOOL:
  • Lady Warriors dominate Goldendale on the road (Cle Elum)
  • Five Warriors win medals in Bavarian Invite (Cle Elum)
  • Athlete of the Week: Bricky McBride (Cle Elum Roslyn High School)
  • Student of the Week: Seneca Dehuff (Easton School)
  • Yakima Valley College Launches Career Coach
  • Kittitas Audubon awards Scholarships to pair of CWU students
  • CWU Perry Tech to host entrepreneurial tournement for high school students
  • slow start at Goldendale leads to 61-40 loss (Cle Elum Boys Basketball)
  • Bobcats struggle out of the chute (Easton/Thorp)
  • Sanford Graduates from YVC

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