OCTOBER 19, 2017 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

FRONT PAGE NEWS:

  • Concrete Culvert going in, Trout relocated- (Photo)
  • Get your questions about Medicare answered tomorrow
  • MOTORIST ALERT – Emphasis Patrol slated for Oct. 18-20
  • Learn about wilderness first aid from local providers next Tuesday, Oct. 24
  • Local authority calls for pet owners to get dogs and cats vaccinated for rabies – It’s the Law!
  • Collaborations proceeding for Upper County medical resources
  • Veterans Day School Assemblies coming up on November 9 – (Photo)

STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:

  • I-90 Travel Advisory
  • Data of nearly three million WA citizens compromised
  • Thirty-day countdown to JPSS-1 launch
  • Apply for a nonlethal wolf management grant
  • State Parks announces changes to winter schedule
  • Talk about the Jolly Mountain burn zone and morels in the spring – (Photo)
  • Volunteers to replant parts of Jolly Mountain Wildfire burn zone
  • Rep. Matt Manweller elected chair of the Select Committee on Pension Policy
  • Dollars available for wildfire-impacted farmers
  • State challenges President Trump’s third travel ban
  • State files suit on President Trump’s decision to end key healthcare funding
  • Wi-Fi flaw ignites national news outlets
  • New Transformer installed SR903 – (Photo)
  • Breathalyzer, “bloodalyzer” now TEXTALYZER
  • It’s time to Boo-gy on down to Boo-Elum, free for everyone
  • Kittitas County Health Network appoints members of the board of directors and executive

VOICES:

  • Letters: Who is a patriot?, Remember the First Amendment, I’m voting for Carol Tibbits, Clair Hein Nicholls is a compassionate leader.
  • Frankly Speaking: An apple a day – the saucy way
  • What do you think ? Dp you feel that it is fair for private schools, like LaSalle High, that are allowed to recruit players to be competing in the same SCAC WEST 1A level as CERHS?

COMMUNITY:

  • Thorp Community Days celebrates small town living – (Photos)
  • New museum exhibits at CWU: Pulling Back the Curtain and Our Changing PNW
  • Beer tasting festival on the horizon in Roslyn
  • Comprehensive Healthcare CEO to retire this year – (Photo)
  • Fire District #6 dares you to come to Ronald’s haunted schoolhouse for bingo and prizes
  • Seventh grader diagnosed with cancer, community set to rally
  • Free document shred and drug take back day
  • Washington State’s Cascade Drift Skippers inducted in the International Snowmobile Hall of Fame – (Photos)
  • Iron Horse Inn B&B under new ownership – (Photo)
  • Century-plus combined years on the job – (Photo)
  • August’s unemployment rate in Kittitas County lowest for the month since August 1999
  • DiscoverCleElum.com ad named gold winner in Summit Creative Award Competition
  • Lane Law Group looks to fill gap in attorney services in upper county – (Photo)
  • New Gunners Care` owner fell in love with the place’s charm – (Photo)
  • Thurston reports another busy season at the Washington State Horse Park – (Photo)
  • Hotel parking lot remodeled – (photo)

OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES:

  • M. Salena Lopez – Service notice

SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • Open young minds to the world around them – (Photo)
  • Football gets first win of the season at Highland with help from a new running back
  • Warrior soccer solidifies SCAC West standing with win over Nachess
  • Jags back on the court tonight at home
  • Sun Country Men’s golf club championship was October 5
  • Rinaldi scores a top-10 finish at Goldendale cross country meet
  • Volleyball loses to Granger in 3 sets
  • CONGRATULATIONS! Cle Elum-Roslyn Warrior Marching Band & Color Guard – (Photo)
  • School Lunch
  • Student Athlete of the week – Hannah Moore – Thorp School – (photo)
  • Spotlight Student of the week – Colleen Sherman – Cle Elum-Roslyn High School – (photo)

 

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