JUNE 29, 2017 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

  • The story Tootsie didn’t think she had – Pioneer Days Queen’s Coronation (photos, continued on A5)
  • School board reviews construction activity, takes first look at next budget
  • Last call to register Floats for the Pioneer Days Grand Parade
  • Towns to Teanaway trail projects signs contract with designer
  • South Cle Elum Town Council meeting changed
  • STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:
  • Fourth of July travel forecasted  to be historic
  • Jobs with the Conservation Service Corps
  • WA Health Exchange CEO addresses proposed rates
  • Call for nominations of employers hiring the challenged
  • Ferguson demands Democrats turnover campaign documents
  • Council approves downtown Cle Elum revitalization concept
  • Arizona woman airlifted after Sunday I-90 crash west of Ellensburg
  • Scam – can you hear me now?
  • Washington communities to get $21.3 million in PILT
  • Six Upper County candidates in the August 1 Primary Election speak out
  • Indian John Rest Area intermittently closed
  • VOICES:
  • Frankly Speaking: It’s not too late to get growing, really!
  • LETTER: What can I do? – Ronald Arthur Slater – Cle Elum (*name changed to preserve privacy)
  • New citizens group organized: Ian Elliot announced the formation of the Kittitas County Sentinel Group
  • COMMUNITY:
  • Alisa Weis freelance writer first book is a work of fiction set in the Upper County (photo)
  • Eagles Club’s scholarship golf tourney set for July 15 (photo)
  • Comedy superstar Nick Offerman to headline CWU Homecoming Week
  • Troops fighting cancer call for “three T’s” reinforcements
  • Rotary’s youth Group INTERACT off to a foreign land (photo)
  • Local snowmobile club and member receives awards (photo)
  • Work in progress at Putnam Centennial Center (photo)
  • Drowning victim recovered from Lake Mattoon in Ellensburg
  • Free Summer Meals Program for Kids begins (photo)
  • KVH to offer occupational medicine in the fall
  • OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES:
  • David James Hosmer

         

           SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • Former Seahawk, Super Bowl champ Ricardo Lockett, visits CE-R High School (photo)
  • Warriors golf champions recognized by county commissioners (photo)
  • Golfers brave the rain to raise cash for Rotary youth programs (photo)
  • Thorp students get off-the-charts creative with 3D printing (photos)
  • Creative Movement for Kids holds recital (photo)
  • Free for Kids – special needs climbing event
  • Best friends find success in competitive dancing
  • UKC 9-Ball Pool team standings
  • UKC Softball League team standings

 

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