March 16, 2017 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

 

  • Vintage Sleds motor into fifth year event – Kevin Hancock poses with his 1970 sled (photo)
  • County Chamber to ballot proposal for countywide port district in April 2018
  • Parks and Rec gathering info on possible conversion to a metropolitan park district
  • Watch for water over the roadways
  • KBHR neon sign back in Roslyn, front and center – Kurt Lutterman is the owner of the sign (photo)

 

  • STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:
  • Telephone companies top 2016 consumer complaints
  • Earth Day Network releases Teach-In Toolkits
  • Unemployment rates hold steady in January
  • State legislature on home stretch
  • Submit comments on salmon fisheries online
  • Dead in the water: State income tax ban and capital gains tax bill
  • Journey home ends for ancient ‘Kennewick Man’
  • Snow-melt sculptures (photo)
  • Is this the end of the Pioneer Days Queen coronation? (photo)
  • Floodwaters can be harmful to your health
  • Comment period on grizzly bear restoration extended to April 28
  • TFC recreation planning committee cancelled again
  • Dave Ammons won his war on government-speak, spin, fake news and alternate facts (photo)
  • Political group formed during woman’s March continues to develope
  • County cancels first planning workshop
  • Bob Ferguson says revised trump travel ban is Illegal and Unconstitutional
  • DNR, Forest Service to sign Good Neighbor Authority master agreement
  • Removing a stuck truck (photo)
  • Two high visibility trials rescheduled
  • WSP seeks yellow Corvette suspected in I-405 hit and run
  • VOICES:
  • Frankly Speaking: Get it hot, keep it hot….then Chill Out
  • LETTER: Kittitas train depot on the rails to restoration (Pat Cort – City of Kittitas)
  • LETTER:  Home is where the heart is (Mrs. Y.M. Wagner – Puyallup, WA)
  • LETTER:Updated immigration Executive Order still un-American (Patty Murray – United States Senator)
  • UPDATE: On the Stolen Tribune cargo van (photo)
  • COMMUNITY:
  • Local hairdressers to host haircut marathon for the McGarry Family
  • ‘Meet me at the Bamboo Table’ author coming – Anita Verna Crofts is coming to town
  • Local kids team up with Missoula Children’s Theatre to put on ‘Gulliver’s Travels’ this Saturday
  • ACHOO! Protect yourself from the flu
  • Mayflower Christian School Dinner Auction is God’s work (photos)
  • ‘Celebrate the West’ high school art contest, cash prizes
  • Ski Resorts create new season pass alliance
  • CWU Brooks Library to host gala and silent auction April 8
  • National Doctors’ Day provides an opportunity to show appreciation.
  • St. Patrick and the young sprig of clover
  • National Doctors’ Day provides an opportunity to show appreciation
  • OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES:
  • Terry Wolfe (1951-2016) (photo)

          SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • More than 140 students participate in WSMS Lock-in (photo)
  • Warrior Young players step up as fastpitch team wins three jamboree games
  • Warriors baseball starts season with a split
  • Athlete of the Week: Alden Dehuff (Easton)
  • Student of the Week: Dylan Everly (Easton)
  • Health Fun Fair offers young students healthy choices (photo)
  • Bobcat track team down two seniors, but still stacked with state hopefuls
  • CWU to have new eyes on the skies
  • Spring break schedules
  • UKC Men’s 8-ball Pool League Final team standings
  • Senior Mixed Bowling League Team Standings
  • PLUS RECIPES, COMICS, PUZZLES, HOROSCOPE, CALENDAR AND MORE!