OCTOBER 12, 2017 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

FRONT PAGE NEWS:

  • Wild winds drive Teanaway River Fire – (Photo)
  • November General Election Ballots in mail next week
  • Get updates on air quality and prescribed burns 8,000 acres targeted
  • Safety crossing signal signs erected in west Cle Elum- (Photos)
  • Candidate forum in Cle Elum Oct. 25

STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:

  • Washington State sues opioid manufacturer
  • Volunteers needed for Puget advisory group
  • Washingtonians sent to hurricane disaster areas
  • Cooke Aquaculture allowed to transport Atlantic Salmon to Puget
  • Hunter education reaches 60-year milestone in WA
  • Study measures light’s impact on bird migration
  • Boo-Elum and Roslyn Halloween events
  • The prescribed burn in Roslyn: a new approach to keeping communities safe- (Photo)
  • Granger dairy’s license suspended
  • Candidates speak out – (Photos)
  • Construction on Roslyn’s Duck Town culvert in progress – (Photos)
  • Open house on ballot item: Kittitas Co. Fire Dist. 8 Merger
  • Upcoming public hearings in Roslyn
  • Unravel Washington’s water law history
  • City crew begins winterization projects – (photo)
  • DNR issues default notice to Cooke Aquaculture
  • Updated greenhouse gas standards proposed for power plants
  • Horse and Burro Advisory meeting to be live-streamed
  • State Garners $3M to process back-logged sexual assault DNA evidence
  • New rule to make Puget Sound a No Discharge Zone ready for review
  • Hole drilling at the dam slightly impacted by the wildfire – (Photo)
  • Suncadia continues to grow.

VOICES:

  • RV Park helped displaced Teanaway residents
  • Making Central Washington’s voice heard on Wildfires
  • Improving mobilization of state fire services
  • Forest act focuses on timber production, does not promote resiliency
  • Claire Hein Nicholls deserves your vote for Kittitas County Hospital District 2 Commissioner
  • Frankly Speaking: YIKES!! Along came a spider and sat down beside…Me!
  • What do you think ? Should additional funding for wildfire fighting be set aside separate from the general forest management budget?

COMMUNITY:

  • Free WWII lectures Oct. 12
  • The Bear Moment – (Photos)
  • Wenatchee man takes a 200-mile bike ride to celebrate 80th birthday
  • Drive-thru fly shots available Oct. 20 at county fairgrounds
  • Kittitas County clerk rescues horses – (Photo)
  • Birding in Cuba – Tobacco and Rum – (Photos)
  • Hunters breakfast at the Grange this Saturday
  • Cle Elum Kiwanis elects officers – (Photo)
  • Local letter carrier badly hurt in car accident
  • Munro’s 75th anniversary illuminated with special moments – (Photos)
  • KVH Hosting women’s health discussion panel and digital mammography open house
  • Ellensburg’s Prestige Post-Acute & Rehab Center receives high marks

OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES:

  • Patricia Ann Lions  – Service notice

SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • Undefeated CWU football is on a roll after 55-27 homecoming win over Humboldt State – (Photos)
  • Volleyball drops two at Zillah and Naches – (Photo)
  • Offense continues to struggle as Cascade Football beats Warriors
  • CER Soccer scores convincing win over Granger Spartans but unable to slow down La Salle – (Photo)
  • Coyote football moves to 2-1 in season – (Photo)
  • Thorp firefighters surprise students with an act of kindness
  • Runners take 3rd at Granger cross country
  • Jags near end of season with four matches to go
  • School Lunch
  • Student Athlete of the week – Davi Vaughn -Cle Elum-Roslyn High School – (photo)
  • Spotlight Student of the week – DJ Hansberry – Cle Elum-Roslyn High School – (photo)

 

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