April 11, 2019 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

FRONT PAGE NEWS:

  • Good fire planned on more than 10,000 acres across Forest  – (photo)
  • Outdoor burning regulations
  • County to consider updates of fee schedules
  • Animal Control Officer Jackie Van Dongen gets new vehicle and explains Transporting dogs in truck beds 101 – (photo)

STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:

  • Update on Buttons the elk  – (photos)
  • Gov. Inslee declares drought emergency for Upper Yakima and two other basins
  • WSDOT goes orange to raise awareness for work zone safety
  • Woodbridge Custom Homes constructing new design center – (photo)
  • WA State Primary moves to March – (photo)
  • Manweller settles wrongful termination lawsuit against CWU fo $155,000
  • Deputy Ryan Thompson, this county’s fallen hero – (photos)
  • Cle Elum business expansion underway – (photo)
  • Upper County couple expands surveying company – (photo)

VOICES:

  • Frankly Speaking: Getting healthy? Checking in on you, with a yummy dose of soup! – (photo)
  • Letters: Fight wildfires and smoke by restoring forest health – Hilary Franz – Commissioner of Public Lands, Olympia
  • Letters: Insurance Council opposes wildfire premium tax increase – Kenton Brine – NW Insurance Council President
  • Letters: Dismissing Dissent – Ellie Belew – Roslyn
  • News from Olympia: School librarians demonstrate at the Capital to protest cuts

COMMUNITY:

  • The Nature Conservancy in Cle Elum welcomes an impassioned key player – (photo)
  • Red Cross has online course and app for cat and dog owners
  • Cascade Field & Stream Club announces raffle winners – (photo)
  • Bird art and items – plus snakes and cake – (photo)
  • Local Sea Cadet selected to attend elite leadership academy
  • 13th Annual Seussapalooza is this Saturday April 13
  • Upcoming Easter Egg hunts
  • Horse Park work party this Saturday
  • Events on the horizon
  • Dollars for Scholars deals out new Texas Hold ’em themed event – (photo)
  • Kiwanis club cleanup on South Cle Elum Way
  • Arbor Day means free trees
  • Washington’s wolf population increases for 10th straight year – (photo)
  • APOYO named 2019 Public Health Champion

OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES:

SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • CERHS athletes celebrate big win – (photo)
  • FCCLA attends state conference – (photo)
  • Warrior boys overwhelm Highland
  • Warrior tennis launches the season in Granger
  • Senior Mixed League announces winning bowling team – (photo)
  • Good Luck at State: FBLA members are headed to State! – (photo)
  • School Lunch
  • Student Athlete of the week – Loreidy Santigo – Easton School – (photo)
  • Spotlight Student of the week – Madison English-Doty – Cle Elum-Roslyn High School – (photo)

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