Trial in Cle Elum homicide case is set for next month-nothing has been spared in investigation-front page.

Ballots in mail in five days-first time in county’s history taxpayers will elect a county coroner-front page/A6.

Swing into Harvest Festival-at Giant Straw Maze & Kids Obstacle Course-front page-photo.

October events abound in Kittitas County-The month ahead of us promises lots of fun in the region-front page.

Firefighters quickly douse Roslyn acre fire-resident burning brush left unattended-front page/A7-photo.


  • Salmon hatched in Lake Cle Elum in 2010 now returning from the sea.
  • No Payment in Lieu of Taxes? Kittitas County stands to lose $1M.
  • Harborview Medical Center ready for Ebola patients.
  • Wolf management on the table Oct. 14.
  • Workshops shed light on how lodging tax applications are judged.
  • Missing 3-year old found.
  • Public hearings to spotlight raising level of Lake Cle Elum.
  • Notice of public hearing to consider the 2014 annual Comprehensive Plan docket.
  • Forest Service permits for morels unlikely next spring.


  • Frankly speaking-Time to get next summer’s garlic crop in the ground.
  • Tribune Volunteer Connection-Pangrazi nominations shine well deserved spotlight on some active local volunteers.
  • Conservation Innovation Grants highlighted.
  • AG Office secures $144K in restitution for Columbia River derelict vessel cleanup.


  • ARRF Animal Rescue’s ‘Raise the Woof’ expands online campaign.
  • North Country Bluegrass to perform at Swauk Teanaway Grange on Saturday, Oct. 18.
  • CWU to host Friendship Gathering and Pow Wow.
  • Apply for a WIAA scholarship.
  • Giant puppet parade a hit at ‘Buskers in the Burg’.
  • Feathered Architects: “The Fascinating World of Bird Nests” to be featured at Audubon program.
  • Celebrate your state’s 125th birthday.
  • Kittitas County Youth to celebrate National 4-H Week October 5-11.
  • Michele Wurl accepts director position for The Foundation at KVH.
  • Flu shot clinics shifting into gear.
  • KVH to hold free cancer support open house.
  • KVH Hospital introduces online Patient Portal.
  • Shirley Spencer Lowery.
  • Marianne (Milos) Ojurovich.
  • Rosalie Wasisco.


  • Kids dunk their principal, a reward for raising $5,000.
  • Swauk Teanaway Grange scholarship winners active in many activities including 4-H.
  • CERHS Athlete of the Week-Anna Kelly.
  • Fake punt seals Warrior win over Naches.
  • Cle Elum-Roslyn High School Scoreboard-Cross Country, Volleyball and Soccer with Amy Carigen.
  • CERHS Student of the Week-Nick Baker.