April 13, 2017 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

 

  • Canines hunt down treat filled eggs (photo)
  • Projected population growth drives discussion of merging fire districts
  • Easter holiday weekend events
  • Dead body discovered on Cle Elum ridge
  • Roslyn City Mayor Geoff Scherer resigns (photo

 

  • STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:
  • Historic room demolished at Hanford (photo)
  • Bob Ferguson: Trump can’t interfere with energy efficiency
  • Shake Alert – earthquake early warning system
  • Immigration guidance for local governments
  • Rural communities hardest hit by proposed public media funding cuts
  • Jail time for Auburn man
  • Comment on proposed Coho Salmon Hatchery
  • Rate hikes for water and sewer at the pass on effect April 1
  • Snow removal cost estimates are tallied
  • Tempers flare at Cle Elum council meeting (photos)
  • County planner Doc Hansen resigns (photo)
  • Roslyn City sidewalk repair, Runje Field project moved to 2018
  • Downtown Cle Elum Cleanup April 29
  • HB1283 eliminates collection of anticipated taxes and assessments
  • April is Child Abuse Prevention Month
  • $9.1 Million paid out for dog bites in WA
  • Call before you dig – April is safe digging month
  • BUSTED – Mike Kiske and his dog Simon
  • Environment Washington: More solar jobs in Eastern Washington in 2016
  • New legislation streamlines the county auditor’s office
  • VOICES:
  • Frankly Speaking: A Rainbow of Natural Egg Colors in Your Pantry
  • LETTER: Re-introduction of Grizzlies in the North Cascades – (Sharon Jenson – Cle Elum)
  • Duane Fluent – He kept the club going leaving his mark on Upper County history
  • COMMUNITY:
  • Cle Elum Eagles ladies do little things together to make big things happen (photos)
  • Calling all Aebelskiver lovers
  • KVH provider giving presentation on high blood pressure on April 21
  • Dr. Schmitt retirement reception May 17
  • Dental program looking for patients
  • Dollars for Scholars scholarship program experimenting with new format
  • County forges water agreement
  • Ella Walton surpasses 1,000 neck pillows for the troops (photo)
  • CWU geology class at SR10
  • Clever alternatives to traditional dyed Easter eggs
  • OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES: None

          SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • Warrior Girls Fastpitchers find ways to win against tough Cashmere team (photo)
  • Athlete of the Week: Ke’Mesha Howard  (Cle Elum Roslyn)
  • Student of the Week: Michael Otto (Cle Elum Roslyn)
  • Warrior baseball slug their way to a sweep at Toppenish (photo)
  • Ivy Leaguer Cole Andrus finding success quickly on Dartmouth track team (photo)
  • April 15: 44th Annual Yakima River Cleanup
  • Maletzke to lecture on Canada Lynx
  • Yakima Canyon Bird Fest May 12-14
  • Donkey Basketball coming to Cle Elum
  • PLUS RECIPES, COMICS, PUZZLES, HOROSCOPE, CALENDAR AND MORE!