JUNE 22, 2017 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

  • Roslyn Vintage Trailer Rally, A8 – (photos)
  • 2017 Pioneer Days Queen Coronation of Beverly ‘Tootsie’ Georgeson this Saturday – (photo)
  • Making the John Wayne Pioneer Trail whole again by extending the Reconnect by a quarter mile – A3
  • Cle Elum Council pushing back against retail marijuana – A5
  • Kittitas County Sheriff’s dive team searching for missing swimmer at Lake Mattoon
  • July 1 Cle Elum Kid’s Patriotic Bike Parade pedals in red, white and blue style – A5
  • STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:
  • Middle Yakima River opened for Spring Chinook Salmon fishing
  • New Washington State Ombudsman services
  • Washington rated for support in elderly and adults with disabilities
  • New at IRS.gov
  • YesVets celebrated
  • State Attorney General Bob Ferguson confronts U.S. Secretary of Education DeVos
  • Cle Elum City Council narrowly passes amendment to Code Enforcement procedure
  • Library Summer Reading Program begins with books and ice cream
  • Vacant lot transforming into mare parking at Cle Elum Safeway – (photo)
  • Roslyn  City Council meeting notes (June 13)
  • TRAVEL ADVISORY: Cattle hit the open range for summer grazing in the Teanaway River Valley – (photos)
  • Cle Elum Airport hosts DNR helicopter firefighter training – (photos)
  • Tacoma man suspected of theft arrested in front of Owens Meats
  • Kittitas County Fire Marshal determines cause of June 13 South Cle Elum house fire
  • Kittitas County Sheriff Deputies rescue kayaker from Yakima River June 18
  • VOICES:
  • Frankly Speaking: Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy! – (bonus recipe)
  • LETTER: Lake Kachess project over-promises and under-delivers Bill Campbell Lake Kachess Resident
  • LETTER: Info about the Roslyn Barn – Fred Fischer of Cle Elum
  • LETTER: Club needs help making up for loss of fireworks revenue – Larry Scholl of Lake Cle Elum
  • Hats Off to George Katalinich volunteering to clean up around South Cle Elum Rail Yard sign – (photo)
  • COMMUNITY:
  • John Wayne Pioneer Wagons and Riders Assoc. have largest trail ride in years; overnights at South Cle Elum historic Railyard – (photos)
  • Nizhoni Tallas new intern at the Cle Elum Salmon Hatchery – (photo)
  • For Jenny Steward – Friends rally for South Cle Elum fire victim
  • Free derbies get kids hooked on fishing – (photos and event results)
  • (Community Outreach and Life Skills (COAL Center) opens in Ronald – (photo)
  • Pioneer Days Queen Coronation Committee meet – (photo)
  • TAKE A TRIB’ AROUND THE WORLD to Cozumel, Mexico with David King
  • Relay For Life supporters in Cle Elum and Ronald “Paint the Town Purple” – (photos)
  • Volunteers and vendors needed for Roslyn Canine Festival
  • OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES:
  • None to report this week
  • CELEBRATION OF LIFE: Mary G. Mattielli

          SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • Cle Elum-Roslyn High School graduates collect scholarship awards and accolades – (photos)
  • Elle Larson, Holly Terrill and Deborah Hutchinson garner Kittitas County 4-H Council  Scholarships – (photos)
  • Swauk Teanaway Grange awards five scholarships in 2017 – (photos)
  • Deborah Hutchinson and Nick Browitt inducted into Phi Kappa Phi – (photos)
  • UKC 9-Ball Pool standings
  • UKC Softball League standings

 

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