April 6, 2017 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

 

  • Ninety -year-old Tootsie Georgeson named 2017 Pioneer Queen (photo)
  • Police investigating ATM stolen from Roslyn Grocery
  • Cle Elum resident Robert Lanagan charged with animal cruelty (photo)
  • I9 travel alert
  • County Auditor’s office to be rearranged next week

 

  • STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:
  • Snow-Parks reducing services
  • Hundreds of lowland lakes open April 22
  • A Plane Downed Rescued near Hood Canal (photo)
  • Roslyn man Kevin M. Sand killed in snowmobile accident.
  • Police cite Roslyn resident Kevin Wohlers with indecent exposure
  • State Parks free days in April
  • New park at Coal Mines Trail head is in the works
  • Highlights from the county’s annual report on public health
  • Attorney General files $2.1M campaign finance lawsuit against Tim Eyman
  • Rolled over semi closes I-90 westbound
  • Coast Guard honors Cle Elum Hero and Medal of Honor recipient Douglas A. Munro with new security cutter (photos)
  • VOICES:
  • Frankly Speaking: Mushy, Mush, Muddy Gardens Ahead
  • LETTER: Tip for event planners (NKCT editorial staff)
  • LETTER: Tiny houses for homeless – (Margot Marion – Cle Elum)
  • COMMUNITY:
  • Cuts for a Cause – Local hair stylists participate in a hair-cutting marathon for the McGarry Family
  • First ever Jr. Miss Cle Elum Roundup Quees Chloe Brown’s Coronation set for April 22
  • CWU geology professor Nick Zentner on PBS
  • New art gallery opens in Roslyn
  • Red Bird Cafe business sold
  • County Historical Museum begins lecture series April 13
  • Young students feed the homeless and the hungry
  • Local Vietnam war veteran Ron Jacobson to be featured at Roslyn Library tonight
  • OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES:
  • David H.A. Browitt 1963-2017  (photo)
  • Shirley (West) Upchurch 1937-2017
  • Harriet Maloney 1928-2017 (Celebration of Life)

          SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • Easton archery team qualifies 8 to move onto nationals after CWU state championship (photos)
  • Warriors tennis still battling the elements – even on the road
  • Girls golf debuts at Joe Lenberg Classic with Lydia Weis placing 12th
  • Warriors baseball goes 2-and-2 last week
  • Bobcats Track & Field in Cle Elum April 11
  • KEEN summer camps open for registration
  • Athlete of the Week: Anna Kelly (Cle Elum Roslyn)
  • Student of the Week: Sydney Seay (Cle Elum Roslyn)
  • Running Start programs paying off
  • Bobcats Track & Field in Cle Elum April 11
  • CWU names Upper County students in winter honor roll
  • PLUS RECIPES, COMICS, PUZZLES, HOROSCOPE, CALENDAR AND MORE!