WHERE’S THE NEWS? IT’S IN OUR PRINTED NEWSPAPER ON STANDS, IN STORES AND AT THE NKC TRIBUNE NEWSPAPER AND OFFICE SUPPLY STORE (ON DAVIS STREET BEHIND SAFEWAY) – NEW EVERY THURSDAY!
Deneen wins season World Cup opener: From a spectacular Olympic crash (that still netted him the fastest time across the finish line) to ranking #1 in the world. Story on the front page of this week’s NKC Tribune.
About Licensing Your Dog for 2011: Everything you ever wanted to know about licensing and Upper County’s new Animal Control Officers’ duties. Front page and A8
Second case of Whooping Cough identified: The signs and symptoms, an explanation of the inoculations and how the disease has affected our schools. Front page
2011 hotel-motel tax distributions light but lively: A break-down of how they ‘spread the wealth,’ providing a peek into what we can look forward to seeing happen in our community in 2011. Page A2
Good news for Centennial Center and the City of Cle Elum?: Possible land swap on the horizon, details on page A5
Forty-three metallic giants are making electricity in the Upper County: Report card on Horizon Wind Energy’s turbines. Page B2
Taking the mystery out of the Upper County groundwater study: pg A7
- Purpose and Objectives of the Study
- Study Area Defined
- Geology of the Study Area
- Data Resources and Tools Used in the Field
- Study of Cost at Completion
OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEKS NKC TRIBUNE:
- Hospital District 2 makes bid to buy Pine Crest
- How to recognize hypothermia and what to do about it
- City of Cle Elum winter parking regulations
- County snowplow operators: Give ‘em 53,000-pounds of respect this winter
- Upper Yakima River Fish and Wildlife habitat conserved forever
- Avalanche control crews on job twice last week
- Guided snowshoe walks for all skill levels
SCHOOL & SPORTS:
- Academic Student of the Week: Nick Osmonovich
- Athlete of the Week: Dan Boehme
WHERE’S THE NEWS? IT’S IN OUR PRINTED NEWSPAPER ON STANDS, IN STORES AND AT THE NKC TRIBUNE NEWSPAPER AND OFFICE SUPPLY STORE (IN DAVIS PLAZA BEHIND SAFEWAY) – NEW EVERY THURSDAY!
Whooping Cough case identified at Thorp School & Health Department to hold school based vaccination clinics: Front page and A8
South Cle Elum residents: Don’t let dogcatcher tag you for a tag-less dog: Find out the deadline and costs for licensing your canine companions, Front page.
Holiday Concerts: Four listings from Dec. 9 thru Dec. 16. Check here for the ones you want to attend, Front page, far left column.
Four people hospitalized after highway collision: who, when, where and how on this week’s front page.
Governor opts out, sends Becker to underage drinking forum: Community Builders attempt to use the “Roslyn incident” as a teaching tool. How it went, on the front page and page A2
MINORS: How many people get in your face if you’re CAUGHT DRINKING?: Read how Community Builders got across to the kids to DRAW THE LINE on underage drinking.
Roslyn stabbing hospitalizes both victim and suspect: Names, time, place and other details on page A7
OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK”S NKC TRIBUNE:
- Bland named South Cle Elum Fire Chief
- Chamber seeks 2011 events list
- Public Hearing: $1M Grant for Cle Elum’s World’s Largest Log Gazebo
SCHOOL & SPORTS:
- Academic Student of the week: Karissa Boyd
- Athlete of the Week: Jace Allen
- Warrior wrestling program welcomes first-timers- TWO OF THEM GIRLS
- Cle Elum/Roslyn girls put Wahluke down for the count: 62-32
- THREE POINT THRILLER: CERHS Warrior Boys Basketball vs Wahluke
WHERE’S THE NEWS? IT’S IN OUR PRINTED NEWSPAPER ON STANDS, IN STORES AND AT THE NKC TRIBUNE NEWSPAPER AND OFFICE SUPPLY STORE!
Holiday Concerts tuning up for December shows: check out our on-line calendar as well so as not to miss a thing!
SPECIAL 4-PAGE REPORT: WINTER PREPAREDNESS: Emergency shelters, emergency kits, travel info, winter courtesies, what is La Nina, a special feature on the winter of 1968-69 and a lot more! Pages A5-A8
Tractor trailer hits, hangs from I-90 overpass guardrail: The front page photo that was shared with CNN, King 5, KOMO and other television news stations.
Fire claims Cle Elum home: Total loss two days before Thanksgiving, photo and story on this week’s front page.
Cle Elum lands $1M grant: Check out the (rough sketch) of the new road this money will build for our local convenience Page A2
Winterfest starts the Christmas season in Roslyn: 30 Vendors, Santa, reindeer, snow, Winterfest had it all! Photos and story on page B9
OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK’S NKC TRIBUNE:
- U.S. Forest Service Roads closed to wheeled vehicles
- Cle Elum man dies in snowmobile collision with elk
- Hospital District makes bid for Pinecrest Manor
- Suncadia tree lighting sets tone for resort’s holiday season
- Alpine Lakes Family Practice celebrates second anniversary
SCHOOL & SPORTS:
- Academic Students of the Week: Katelynn Pendley & Dustin Moore
- Wilen resigns as CERHS volleyball coach
- Ross Taklo named All American
- Quarter century-plus billiard tradition in Upper County remains strong
WHERE’S THE NEWS? IT’S IN OUR PRINTED NEWSPAPER ON STANDS, IN STORES AND AT THE NKC TRIBUNE NEWSPAPER AND OFFICE SUPPLY STORE – NEW EVERY THURSDAY!
Bazaars, Ware Fairs, Sales and so much more in this week’s edition as well as the annual HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE.
Upper County groundwater study gets green light: What the objectives of this study are and when its due for completion, these and other details on the front page of this week’s NKC Tribune.
8,000 Change of Property Value notices mailed Nov. 19: Included in this article, “How the Assessor Reevaluates Your Property and Calculates Your Tax.” Front page and A5
City Heights housing development moves forward: What will it look like? Whose Water and Sewer? And what if City Heights doesn’t happen?? Front page and page A5
Draw the Line between youth and alcohol: CERSD event Dec. 2. Page B7 has the details of this Community Builders action to educate our local youth.
- Adopt and Decorate: Flag Pole Park Tree Program
- 2010 Christmas in Cle Elum Schedule of Events
- Messages from the President and Executive Director
OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK’S NKC TRIBUNE
- Four Loko™ BANNED in Washington
- Canopy of Caring kicks into gear to help local families
- Dr. Peterson inducted into International College of Dentists
- Moving the tradition of Mike’s (Tavern) into the next generation
- ‘Deadliest Catch’ comes to CWU
SCHOOL & SPORTS
- Academic Students of the Week: Virginia Soderstrom and Ruben MacKenzie
- CERHS Girls Basketball, Ready for a night on the Hardwood?