MAY 4TH, 2017 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

 

  • Cle Elum celebrates Arbor Day at Flag Pole Park (photo)
  • Worst coalmine disaster in Washington kills 45 miners – May 10th 1892
  • Eastons Marian Meadows development moving back into the public process
  • Prevent exposure to Hantavirus
  • Ravensdale man arrested in Cle Elum parking lot

 

  • STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:
  • EIS complete for largest proposed coal export terminal in North America
  • Apply for a FEMA award
  • WDFW for hunter education advisors
  • About 5,700 WA students can get loans cancelled
  • Kittitas County officials to review Capital Project Grant applications
  • Roslyn to launch downtown sidewalk improvement project
  • New Farmers market vendor fees approved
  • KVH Board appoints Julie Peterson as CEO
  • Free Shingles and Tdap vaccines available
  • Governor endorses pro-energy, pro-irrigation bill
  • Volunteers do their part to spiff up downtown Cle Elum (photo)
  • County re-evaluates deadline for Comprehensive Plan
  • VOICES:
  • Frankly Speaking: Here’s the dirt….on finding good soil
  • LETTER: Passage of law shielding farmers from agritourism liability is a good start – (Hilary Huffman, Ellensburg)
  • May is community Action Month in Washington
  • COMMUNITY:
  • Cle Elum Volunteer Firefighters celebrate another safe year of service during banquet (photo)
  • Call for Artists – WSCC
  • Roslyn City Hall renovation project back on track
  • Canine Festival chairpersons call for July 7-9 volunteers
  • Author of  ‘The Perfect Storm’ coming to CWU
  • Habitat is at it again – National Women Build Week
  • Extraordinary obelisk installed at CWU
  • North County Bluegrass returns to the Grange Hall May 13
  • Public Health spotlights volunteers
  • OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES:
  • Geraldine Cooper Schober (1921 – 2017)
  • Agnes Ferro (1921 – 2017)

          SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • Lady Warriors outscore opponents 87-9 last week (photo)
  • Bobcats explode at Yakima meet (photo)
  • Warrior baseball splits tough series against Goldendale Timberwolves (photo)
  • Athlete of the week: Curtis Board – (Cle Elum-Roslyn)
  • Student of the week: Kristina fudge (Easton)
  • CER Boys and Girls golf teams win at home (photo)
  • Warrior track team finds success in two visits to Naches
  • Warriors boys tennis beats Naches but other wins tough to come by. (photo)
  • PLUS RECIPES, COMICS, PUZZLES, HOROSCOPE, CALENDAR AND MORE!