MAY 18TH, 2017 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

 

  • Bells ring on 125th Anniversary (photo) May 10th 1892 Explosion at Roslyn No. 1 Mine
  • Cle Elum Council cancels the circus
  • Clearing confusion on where you can drive your side-by-side
  • Washington State 2017 election season underway
  • $20k granted to towns to Teanaway Corridor project

 

  • STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:
  • Firefighters to train for wildfire season
  • Stolen boats: WA fifth in the nation
  • Deaths from Fentanyl and related drugs rose
  • AAA: Seven million to be rescued
  • Holiday shopping helped retail sales
  • Mystery photos unearthed – (photo)
  • State to conduct waterway BUI emphasis patrols
  • Popular Upper County events on Memorial Day Weekend 2017 (photo)
  • I-1433 challengers say they won’t appeal Judge Scott Sparks decision
  • National EMS Week celebrated May 21-27
  • Linda Martin named for WASA Student Achievement Leadership Award
  • Police assist Dept. of Correction in Cle Elum warrant
  • Church Bells rang for 45 Roslyn coal miners lost 125 years ago (photo)
  • Kick It UP! horse expo coming to Cle Elum
  • Merger combines Cle Elum and Ellensburg Relay for life Chapters
  • VOICES:
  • Frankly Speaking: A ‘Dandy’ Roslyn History
  • LETTER: Rural America deserves a champion – Center for rural affairs asks Sec. Sonny Perdue not to eliminate the position of Undersecretary for Rural Development
  • COMMUNITY:
  • They do it for the love of Bluegrass (photo)
  • Still on the Radar: Headed for the silver screen – Harley Alexander Kraft
  • Talented, witty, tool-heavy fly tiers take over the fairgrounds (photos)
  • Cowboy singer Mike Beck performs (photo)
  • Chamber garners pair of bronze Telly awards
  • Community Builders summer program for kids gets the green light (photo)
  • Thorp Mill annual fundraiser May 27
  • Wanted: residents who care about the health of the community
  • Food drive nets 750lbs (photo) JoAnn Rushton
  • It’s time to register your entry in the Pioneer Days Grand Parade
  • OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES:
  • Lorraine Adams (1942-2017)

          SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • Thorp School students served their community in a special way (photo)
  • Nick Baker, Chase Marquette, Christian Pena and Lydia Weis moving will tee off at state (photo)
  • Zach Bronkhorst advances to district tennis tournament
  • Athlete of the week: Christian Pena – (Cle Elum-Roslyn)
  • Student of the week: Alexis Tachell – (Cle Elum-Roslyn)
  • 14 Warriors qualify for tomorrow’s district track & field tournament
  • Bobcats dominate District 6 Championship
  • Warrior baseball season ends in 7-1 loss against Royal
  • Free education for qualified students
  • PLUS RECIPES, COMICS, PUZZLES, HOROSCOPE, CALENDAR AND MORE!