SEPTEMBER 28, 2017 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

FRONT PAGE NEWS:

  • IT IS OVER- (Photo)
  • Incident command transitions to USFS-Cle Elum
  • Controlled burn planned for Roslyn next week
  • New Roslyn Cemetery Commission appointed
  • Ranger District offering new limited firewood area after wildfire
  • School board considers options for smoke day makeup

STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:

  • BC fires delay fisher restoration in Washington
  • Russian hackers targeted voters in Washington State
  • State sues Olympia hosiptal
  • L&I calls for decrease in worker’s comp rates
  • Washington State garners DOI dollars
  • Get to know Roslyn Council candidates Kilgore and Adams – (Photo)
  • U.S. Senator Patty Murray in Cle Elum Thursday, Sept. 21
  • Take part in creating the 2018 Ellensburg Tourism Campaign- (Photo)
  • State seeks comments on proposed creek name in Kittitas County
  • DNR eases campfire restrictions after rains
  • Lake Cle Elum Dam fish passage tunnel $15.2M contract awarded
  • State seeks to join challenge to President’s transgender military ban
  • Dino Rossi to run for 8th Congressional District seat
  • Thank you firefighter’s photos

VOICES:

  • His cabin was in the belly of the wildfire beast
  • Frankly Speaking: Fall ‘Bedtime’ Stories… for Your Strawberry Patch

COMMUNITY:

  • Seattle FD puts rescuers in the water – (photos)
  • Roslyn Farmers Market to open one last Sunday
  • Hey Kids – Audtion for ‘Aladdin’ on Oct. 2
  • Ribbon cutting at KVH Workplace Health this Friday
  • Free Day at State Parks
  • Roslyn visits Roslyn – Do you know who named me?
  • Art exhibit reveals wealth of diverse, local talent – (Photos)
  • Meet one of our amateur radio guardians, on high and on standby – (Photo)
  • Still on the Radar – Your county coroner, back in the day – (Photo)

OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES:

SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • Offense propels Warriors soccer to 3-1 record
  • Warriors cross country has solid start to season
  • Student sports writers on the job – (Photos)
  • Sun Country men’s golf club closes out summer season
  • Let your colors run at the Wildcat Color 5K on Oct. 7
  • Thorp hires new music director – (Photo)
  • Valleyball earns first wins of the season at Prosser tournament
  • CER Warriors football shutout at La Salle
  • Eligible families encouraged to apply for free and reduced-price school meal programs
  • Student Athlete of the week – Isaiah Clyde – Thorp School – (photo)
  • Spotlight Student of the week – Elena Jensen – Thorp School – (photo)

 

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