April 20, 2017 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

 

  • Sinkhole horse rescued (photo)
  • Flagpole Park to host Arbor Day Celebration April 29
  • Looking deeper into Cle Elum council’s disagreements
  • Proposed revision to Farmers Market Fees to be aired April 28

 

  • STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:
  • License plate for aviators
  • Student Loan Transparency Act passes
  • BLM campsites now open
  • Military pro bono legislation passes
  • New law helps tow truckers
  • Lenihan sentenced, bringing an end to a case years in the making
  • Roslyn water tank targeted for repair
  • Olmstead Place State Park to get new well
  • VOICES:
  • Frankly Speaking: An ode to Glorious Garlic
  • LETTER: Re- Grizzlies and Wolves, Nature’s Nasties (Ron Lowatchie – Ronald)
  • WA Archives: First Dan Evans scrapebook has been digitized
  • COMMUNITY:
  • Egg Hunt Adventures (photos)
  • School Retirees attend luncheon (photo)
  • CWU Arts & Humanities speakers series presents Joshua Welsh: Google vs. Microsoft
  • Quality of life is Sunridge Ranch
  • Downtown Cle Elum clean up April 29
  • Horse Park season off and running (photo)
  • Elk antler sheds collected
  • OSPI awards CE-R Elementary for successes in State Achievement Index
  • OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES:
  • Grayce T. Benjamin (1933 – 2017)

          SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • Warriors win nine events at home track meet
  • Warrior softball sweeps Granger to perserve undefeated season
  • Bobcats at the top of their game
  • Warrior baseball extends win streak to 8 games
  •  Warrior Guys get the win over White Swan tennis
  • Athlete of the Week:  Karver DeWitt (Cle Elum Roslyn)
  • Student of the Week: Mary Fudge  (Easton)
  • Madison Aper needs your support
  • PLUS RECIPES, COMICS, PUZZLES, HOROSCOPE, CALENDAR AND MORE!