JULY 13th, 2017 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

  • For the Love of Dog – (photo)
  • What matters most when your cancer is of the recurring kind – Relay for Life – Kerri Stone
  • Burn Bans come into effect
  • What you need to know about the new Distracted Driving Law, in effect July 23
  • STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:
  • Restore our Forests for $10
  • Insurance Comm. Fines Walmart
  • Bob Ferguson to EPA: Stop ignoring science
  • Nominate companies that give back to the communities
  • Job resources for transitioning personnel
  • Parks and Rec discusses potential pool and community center project
  • Mandatory 10-digit phone dialing in western Washington begins July 29
  • Thorp School to suspend high school sports programs
  • Moratorium on major solar projects extended
  • County acquires disposal unit for aging American Flags – (photo)
  • Cle Elum Pines West development begins work – (photo)
  • WSP seeks witnesses to fatality collision on I-5 near Centralia
  • Trail cameras show first evidence of Fishers (photo)
  • Summer work planned at Thorp School
  • State fire mobilization for Rattlesnake Hills Fire

         VOICES:

  • Frankly Speaking: Summertime and the growing is easy – Veggie garden growing questions
  • LETTER: Reflections on the Roslyn Cemeteries – Frederick Krueger – Ellensburg
  • LETTER: Buddy Poppies at the parade – Fred Talerico – Commander, Cle Elum VWF Post 1373
  • LETTER: A trip down memory lane at Tahoma National Cemetery – Ronald Arthur Slater – Cle Elum
  • COMMUNITY:
  • Red-winged Blackbird (photo)
  • Roslyn Theatre’s Marlon Brando mural undergoing first ever restoration (photo)
  • Hands-only CPR training to be offered at farmers markets
  • Croatian Culture Mass mid-July
  • Roslyn’s ‘The Brick’ saloon featured in NBC focus story
  • suncadia officials: Yes, lets teach them to swim
  • Roslyn Library and Washington Outdoor School team up to give kids a nature hike
  • Community Snapshot: Meet Jose Valdivia – (photo)
  • Hayward Hill shooting range to be improved
  • “Wax On, Wax Off” (photo)
  • Ground Breaking: That’s music to our ears
  • Pioneer Days 2017 (photos)
  • Two up and coming volleyball players compete in Minnesota national tournament – Ady Maletzke and Maddie Casto
  • Honor Roll – Cle Elum and Easton
  • Cle Elum Roundup rodeo comin’ your way
  • RELAY FOR LIFE:
  • How a second opinion changed the life of Terry Cubbins (photo)
  • Gifted Kids in the battle against cancer
  • Captains, Teams & Totals (photos)
  • The Answer to cancer: ‘Be Brady Strong’ (photo)
  • Orientation manual and yearbook – what newcomers can expect (Photos)
  • Cancer death rate had dropped 25% since 1991 peak
  • What not to say to someone with cancer
  • Local Fire Departments give cancer “The Boot”
  • Why you should plug int Washington’s CancerAction Network
  • How can you help?
  • ASC fundraising app changes the game
  • Hey cancer, beware of the fighting Irish attitude
  • Luminaria lights shining on the journey
  • Proven weapon in your fight against cancer: Your happy place

         

    

 

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