February 23, 2017 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

 

  • Bye, bye Duck Town culverts, good riddance high water (photo)
  • Roslyn city Council hears complaints about snow plowing
  • Opinions split on whether to reintroduce grizzlies to North Cascades
  • Okanagan-Wenatchee Forest to benefit from $2.3 million grant

 

  • STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:
  • State regulators target three moving companies
  • King County man pleads guilty in L&I scam – Kyle Valle of Algona pleaded guilty to felony second degree theft.
  • Ninety two fatalities in tree-care related incidents
  • Washington’s hospitals standardize charity forms
  • State Supreme Court agrees with Bob Ferguson on suit against Richland florist.
  • Proposed bill would prohibit a state income tax – Matt Manweller proposed and amendment to the state Constitution to prohibit a state income tax
  • Freezing pipes big discussion piece at Cle Elum Council
  • Suncadia also presents on its plan for Bullfrog Flats (photo)
  • Spring black bear hunt applications
  • Democrats seek to shield Washingtonians from Executive Orders
  • Winter fire hydrant access (photo)
  • Roslyn Planning Commission Chair: City needs to enforce municipal codes
  • Roslyn takes a closer look at vacation rental properties: Scott Gray made the proposal
  • Cemetery Commission discussion ongoing
  • Minimum Wage increase negatively impacts agriculture
  • Cle Elum Safeway Grand Re-opening March 22

 

  • VOICES:
  • Frankly Speaking: Oh fragrant Rosemary, how ye brighten favorite dishes
  • LETTER: Defense of Liberal Confusion(Jerry Ihrke – Cle Elum)
  • LETTER:  The Poetic face of winter – (Dorothy Olson – Cle Elum)
  • Meet Antenette Mosiman, No. 5 in a family of 10 brothers and sisters
  • COMMUNITY:
  • People who put the spirit in the ‘Spirit of the West’ (photos)
  • Upper County resident appointed to Granite Construction board
  • WA Outdoor School youngsters revel in the snow (photo)
  • Grange sees big turnout for annual scholarship fundraiser (photo)
  • WCC crew takes a hit – and turns it into an opportunity to serve (photo)
  • CWU awarded $2.19 million for STEM teacher preparation
  • Easton’s popular and beloved ‘mayor’ in dog heaven: Lucky is walking with the angels (photo)
  • Rehberg elected bishop: Canon Gretchen M. Rehberg has been elected as the ninth bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Spokane
  • Oyez Roslyn to conclude Saturday with local musician and Settle -based dance choreographer (photo)
  • OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES:
  • Arthur William Whitham (1940-2017)

          SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • Jack Moen 4th, Nick Fordham 7th at state wrestling tournament (photos)
  • Cheering for the Warriors – Fans cheer for the Warrior girls basketball (photo)
  • Bobcat boys finish season with a win, Smith turns in career high score
  • Athlete of the Week: Nate Say (Cle Elum-Roslyn High School)
  • Student of the Week: Karl Merkel (Cle Elum-Roslyn High School)
  • UKC Men’s and Woman’s 8-Ball Pool League standings
  • Senior Mixed Bowling League – Team Standings
  • PLUS RECIPES, COMICS, PUZZLES, HOROSCOPE, CALENDAR AND MORE!