JULY 20th, 2017 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

  • Launching local salmon over dam by cannon (photo)
  • Public meetings aimed at recreation opportunities July 27
  • Theft suspect Christopher Lagerstrom arrested on Airport Road
  • Roslyn Cemetery irrigation system back online
  • Arson suspect Brett Sherwood returns to scene, sheriff deputies make the arrest
  • STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:
  • State regulators green light Microsoft-PSE renewable energy contract
  • DNR increases fire danger and industrial fire precaution level
  • Art Projects wanted for display
  • Policy Center to pay the fine
  • Planning grant awarded to the Kittitas County Health Network
  • Motorcyclist Jeff Logan taken to Harborview after Sunday I-90 crash
  • Runaway Truck rolls into garage in Roslyn (photo)
  • Workshop documents public opinion on Roslyn vacation rental policies
  • Roslyn City Hall Renovations (photo)
  • August targeted for Duck Town culvert replacement project (photo)
  • Stand for Children summarizes new laws coming your way
  • Sheriff’s Deputies recover body of Everett man Charles F. Lackey from the Yakima River
  • Anatomy of the ‘salmon cannon’ test at Lake Cle Elum Dam (photos)

         VOICES:

  • Frankly Speaking: To Sweet Pea, or Not to Sweet Pea? That is the question
  • LETTER: Joggers, no need to ‘go’ in the woodsRon Jacobson (Ronald)
  • LETTER: Friends of Roslyn Cemetery – Lea Beardsley (President, Board of Directors Roslyn Cemetery Beneficial Association)
  • COMMUNITY:
  • Boulet Productions debut musical melodrama ‘Adrift in New York’ (photos)
  • Ronald Heritage Festival brings community together
  • Relay For Life of Kittitas County spreads message of hope and gathers major cancer research funding (photos)
  • Cle Elum Roundup kicks off with pancake breakfast this Saturday
  • Hatchery potluck guests treated to traditional Native American dancers (photos)
  • Roslyn Doggie Olympics is the chance to show what your dog is made of (AARF also has four pets up for adoption)
  • Antique sword appraised for tens of thousands (photo)
  • High County artist focus: Jim Schleis (photos)
  • Former MLB, CWU star Dave Heaverlo shares his story
  • Roslyn’s Tanner Swanson moving up in baseball coaching world (photo)
  • New Assessment bill provides more pathways to high school graduation
  • Cle Elum Eagles golf tournament raises money for scholars
  • Kendra Strahm makes EWU spring Dean’s List (photo)
  • Still on the Radar – Salma Sheahan
  • UKC 9-Ball Pool team standings
  • UKC Softball League team standings

         OBITUARIES:

  • Bruce Roger Hill – 1936-2017

 


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