OCTOBER 19, 2017 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune


  • 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)


  • 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


  • 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?


  • 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)


  • M. Salena Lopez – Service notice


  • 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)