SEPTEMBER 14, 2017 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

FRONT PAGE NEWS:

  • Jolly Mountain Fire 15% Contained – (photo)
  • DNR’s top official on construction of Roslyn Firebreak: “I’m in awe”
  • Lowered EVAC Levels inspire hope an end is nearing
  • ARRF Animal Foster Care shelter hosting open house Sept. 21 – (photo)

STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:

  • Study of state’s online voter system examined
  • Lawsuit seeks to reverse President’s decision to end DACA program
  • International Coastal Cleanup on for Sept 16
  • USFWS report: Millions regularly hunt and fish
  • Trooper helped save a life with NARCON drug
  • Delayed first day of school was Monday
  • Watch Kittitas County Community Health Assessment process in action

VOICES:

  • Roslyn readied for evac level 3 – (photos)
  • Community Forest Meeting cancelled
  • Reichert won’t run for another term – (photo)
  • Frankly Speaking: Fire, Smoke…and My Backyard Veggies?

COMMUNITY:

  • High Country Log Show goes smoothly, albeit with lower attendance due to fire – (photos)
  • Audubon Society to present bird Evolution
  • Peppin nearing his move into the world of business – (photo)
  • Post-wildfire recovery fund activated
  • hiker rescued from Pacific Crest Trail – (photo)

OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES:

SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • Softball players enjoy fresh air and friendly competition in Roslyn – (photo)
  • warriors cross country has new coach but is returning a state qualifier– (photo)
  • Madison Browniee – In the chute – (photo)
  • School Menu
  • Student Athlete of the week – Tyler Anderson, Cle Elum – Roslyn High School – (photo)
  • Spotlight Student of the week – Seneca Dehuff, Easton School – (photo)

 

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