March 2, 2017 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

 

  • CE-R school board approves snow makeup days for June: June 16, 19-20
  • Last call to check and balance the people planning what Kittitas County will look like in 20 years
  • Three-car collision on West First Street, no injuries February 22 (photo)
  • Cle Elum Council adds John Glondo to fill last vacancy
  • Teanaway Community Forest recreation planners reconvene next week

 

  • STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:
  • Road deicers cause $3B annually in rust damage
  • Washington State Parks has jobs
  • IRS: March 1 tax filing deadline
  • Kanzi apples sent into space
  • Graduation rates continue to rise in WA
  • Distracted driving fatalities increase by 32%
  • President Trumps Executive Order on Immigration delay request denied by Court
  • Idaho woman injured after failed passing attempt on I-90 – Jessica Lopez was transported to Kittitas Valley Healthcare and charged with driving at a speed too fast for conditions
  • Attorney General Bob Ferguson condemns Monday threat to Mercer Island Jewish Community center
  • Campground Hosts needed
  • Sign of Spring: 650,000 salmon fry hatched last month (photo)
  • Kittitas County requests comments on SEPA for Godzilla Truck Stop Complex
  • Ellis to garner award March 9
  • VOICES:
  • Frankly Speaking: For Lent, Explore these Great Sandwiches ‘on the Veggie Side’
  • LETTER: Theft of Tribune van mobilizes ‘The Caring People’
  • LETTER:  This place is no longer suitable for Grizzly Bears- (Wes Jones – Cle Elum)
  • LETTER: Preserve and protect the land (John R. Jensen – Easton)
  • LETTER: Immigration and the right Executive Order (Ron Lowatchie – Ronald)
  • BUSINESS:
  • Catalyst Co-Working office spaces in Cle Elum now open for business (photo)
  • KXLE Home, Business and Garden Expo this weekend
  • Cle Elum businesses now featured on line
  • $100,000 RFP grants for homeless program published
  • KVH Birthing Center recognized as friendly for breastfeeding (photo)
  • Hal Helton takes over as head chef for Turn Out Cafe (photo)
  • Sneak peek inside Cle Elum’s cabinet factory (photo)
  • COMMUNITY:
  • Cascade Field and stream: Steady, stalwart and still around after 83 years
  • Eye catcher of an art gallery opening in Roslyn March 25: Patricia Galloway and husband Jim Schill will open the gallery in March
  • Cle Elum High school teams up with Suncadia to offer culinary arts academy
  • Vintage snowmobile show this weekend: March 4th 10:00am at Ronald’s Last Resort (photos)
  • Nick Zentner, one of Kittitas County’s valuable natural resources (photos)
  • Find out if your recipe is the best at the Grange’s Chili Cook-off next Saturday: 9th annual Swauk Teanaway Grange Chili Cook-off
  • Roslyns Library’s 11th Annual Seussapalooza set for this Saturday
  • “Dream” dinner raises $3,500 for youth programs (photos)
  • Firefighter’s Creed chosen for national music publishing release
  • A Flicker of Spring (photo)
  • OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES:
  • Josephine Zeffie Gasparich (1919-2017) photo

          SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • Lady Warriors keep it close for three quarters but can’t maintain: Basketball season ends with a 67-58 loss to La Salle Lightning
  • Black History month at Walter Strom Middle School
  • Fudge Twins on the home stretch: Kristina and Mary Fudge
  • Athlete of the Week: Madeline Huston (Cle Elum-Roslyn High School)
  • Student of the Week: Luke Rarden (Cle Elum-Roslyn High School)
  • Still on the Radar – Cody Foust, Nathan Smart & Bailey Hansen (Photos)
  • Thorp School grad Noted by Navy staff: Clinton Gibson (photo)
  • Ryan Tate in Cle Elum – but not for long
  • Good Luck at State Knowledge Bowl Cle Elum and Easton Schools: Saturday March 18th at Arlington High School
  • PLUS RECIPES, COMICS, PUZZLES, HOROSCOPE, CALENDAR AND MORE!