First buying customers at ‘Suncadia Water Bank’
Who was first, how much is available and a recap on it all came about. Front page.
County prosecutor vindicates Jones, Turnbull in records theft investigation
The public statement made by County Prosecutor and Prosecuting Attorney as well as how you can obtain a copy of the decision, front page.
Telephone Museum opens for tourist season
How the museum came to be and its current open hours, front page.
Horse Park groundbreaking caps 25-year effort
Well on their way to the ‘soft-opening’ planned in August for the Cowboy Mounted Shooters, more details, photo and the story of the mystery woman on page A2.
VFW Post 1373 dedicates Memorial Day Ceremony to one of their own
Honoring our heroes in event, article and photos. Page A8
They listened to your ideas!
Last Storefront Studio open house this Friday where you can see these ideas put into effect. Page A8
Easton Parade goers dressed for winter
Photo essay on page A10
They came from all over the country to ride across Washington State!
A new camp every night, is just part of this annual 200 mile horseback ride. Page B2
Celebrating the past, present and future at Roslyn Cemetery
A Blessing, Mass, hospitality tent and picnic tied this Memorial event together for all who attended. Page B3
‘It’s a community center’ not just a senior center
More photos and article on the re-opening of one of Cle Elum communities’ greater accomplishments.
OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK’S NKC TRIBUNE:
- Memorial week-end crimes occupy police
- Google Earth challenges wildland firefighters in computer simulation
- Roslyn motorcyclist collides with deer
- Rural health practitioner award renamed to honor Dr. John Anderson
- Summer begins June 20 – Yippee!
- Flying Horseshoe Ranch & the 2nd Annual H2H Rendezvous
- Roslyn’s first Northern Lights Festival
SPORTS & SCHOOL:
- ‘Project’-ing a positive K-12 learning experience
- Sam Larned on life and kindergarten
- Newman & Johnson compete at state
- Sixth graders learn to look over the horizon and beyond
- Iacolucci makes round two at state
- CONGRATULATIONS @ STATE!!: Warrior fastpitchers upset two-time defending state champion then hammer home three more games for SECOND PLACE AT STATE
On Stands starting Thursday!
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Here’s what you’re missing if you don’t read this week’s (May 27th) Tribune!
(new headlines Thursdays)
- Your city park dubbed… drum roll please… ‘Cle Elum City Park’
- 150 ‘horse around’ at South Cle Elum historic Depot and Railyard Saturday
- Finally: Animal control for Roslyn, South Cle Elum and Cle Elum
- GRAND SLAMS Launch Warriors to State!
- Iacolucci sole golfer to make state
- Quicksall fastest frosh in state?
- Youth baseball season in full swing
- High School Senior Focus: Potter, linebacker, golfer, skeet shooter, chemist or collegian?
- Builders club presents new podium to school
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Comments from the Governor on this continuing situation on the front page of this week’s NKC Tribune
Legislators take some and give some to the state’s school districts
What went, what stayed and a consolidation of Washington school districts on the table, details on pg A1.
The event will include a spiritual blessing, ribbon cutting and traditional foods. When and where information and article on pg A4
With recent rain/snow, are forecasters still worried about a drought year?
NRCS (Natural Resources Conservation Service) and Bureau of Reclamation weigh in on the subject, Pg A5
Portions of the letter stating the issues and Weis’ response, pg A5
Two heartwarming stories, with pictures, of AARP helping dogs find their families. Pg B1
‘Kitchen talk,’ questions and answers comparing conditions locally and in other parts of the world. Pg B2
Read about it’s conception and growth plus a couple of crafty ideas to make from recycled products. Pg B2
- Crow triggers weekend power outage
- Spring burn begins in Cle Elum Ranger Dist.
- Kiwanis Dollars for Scholars seminar for the college bound
- City of Cle Elum Annual Spring Clean-Up
- Deputies seize $1,000 of marijuana
- Back-to-back weekend avalanche rescues at Snoqualmie Pass
- Snowboarder collapses
- Waste Management to operate county Transfer Stations again?
- Habitat for Humanity ReStore opens in Ellensburg
- Cernick graduates the University of Idaho
- Warrior fastpitchers ready for league play
- Thorp High School track & field back in business
- Warrior boys split doubleheader with Riverview
- Darling is WIAA Athlete of the Week- again
- CERHS takes tough loss at LaSalle
- Interview with Kayden Wilder: 1st grade wrestling dynamo
- Warriors clip Kittitas 16-10
- Easton’s champion toxophilites
- Simplot dynasty takes over Wildcat baseball
- Upper County Youth Baseball gets record turnout
- Volunteer effort changes the 18-year-old face of Warrior fastpitch
- Wrestling Club athletes win big at tourneys