JUNE 15, 2017 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

  • FRONT PAGE NEWS:
  • Hats off to our local graduates; Cle Elum-Roslyn High School, Swiftwater Learning Center and Thorp High School, A1 and B6-7 – (photos)
  • Fencing among several projects ongoing in the Teanaway Community Forest
  • Four Cle Elum businesses undergoing makeovers – (photos)
  • Kittitas County Health Department wants to know your thoughts on a swimming pool in Upper Kittitas County
  • Wind fuels house fire in South Cle Elum Tuesday – (photos)
  • Melissa Beaumont sentenced for drug possession, vehicle prowls and theft
  • STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:
  • Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson decries Federal EPA Director review
  • More than 400 firefighters train at Easton Washington Interagency Wildfire Training Academy
  • State Candidate filing recap from Secretary of State
  • Snoqualmie Pass I-90 Travel Alert
  • Attorney General Ferguson still bullish on President Trump travel ban
  • Roslyn Farmers Market organizers pleased with great opening day – (photos)
  • 4.76-acre subdivision, 14 duplex town homes sited for Suncadia – (illustration)
  • DUI driver collides with dump truck on SR-970 on Friday, June 9
  • Construction with compassion: Documenting the progress of ARRF Animal Rescue’s Animal Foster Care shelter construction in Roslyn – (photos)
  • Events on the horizon: June 16 – July 11
  • Wildfire training in Thorp on Saturday, June 3 – (photo)
  • Safety improvement projects begin in Kittitas County – (Westside Road photo)
  • VOICES:
  • Frankly Speaking: Take the time to smell the (wild) ROSES ~ancient proverb – (photos)
  • Letters: Preview for ‘Market-Based’ Health Care? Michael Mulroy, MD of South Cle Elum
  • Trib Around the World from Camp Waskowitz Outdoor School from Walter Strom Middle School Sixth Grade Class
  • COMMUNITY:
  • High Country Artist feature: For Gerald Kauzlarich, surrealism is the thing – (photos)
  • Kids 12 and over invited to babysitter safety training at Cle Elum Fire June 30
  • FISH Community Food Bank to offer free summer meals to kids in Roslyn and Cle Elum, June 26-August 25
  • Historic barn in Roslyn – (photo illustration)
  • Fowler Creek Ranch turns 100
  • Kittitas County Deputy Sheriff Kiley Romero graduates from academy – (photo)
  • OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES:
  • None to report this week

          SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • Walter Strom Middle School holds summer concert – (photo)
  • End of an era – Easton School opts out of combine sports with Thorp
  • Upper Kittitas County competes in Special Olympics – (photos)
  • Five-day soccer skills camp set to start June 26 in Cle Elum
  • UKC 9-Ball Pool standings
  • UKC Softball League standing
  • Student of the week: DENNIS RANGE – (Cle Elum-Roslyn)

 

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