APRIL 26, 2018 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

FRONT PAGE NEWS:

  • Cle Elum Roundup rides into the big League – (Photo)
  • Kittitas Conservation Trust garners $1.4M for watershed restoration projects
  • Countywide Port District is a NO go by voters
  • Firefighters fundraise for local family – (Photo)

STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:

  • Searching for signs of evolutionary success in fish
  • Puget Sound designated ‘No Discharge Zone’
  • AAA expects to tow more than 130,000 WA drivers
  • Global Big Day: Find Birds in 24 Hours
  • EFSEC approves expedited processing for lower county solar farm project – (Photos)
  • Work party ushers in Arbor Day with a story read by the Mayor – (Photo)
  • The Lodge at Suncadia marks 10th Anniversary – (Photo)
  • Change of management at Harper Lumber Company- (Photos)
  • KCT welcomes Melissa Speeg – (Photo)
  • Yakima River Headwaters launching Teanaway Cutthroat Slam June 2
  • Pettit will run for auditor another term – (Photo)
  • House fire under investigation in Sunlight Waters – (Photos)
  • Tragic trend: State Patrol cars struck in King County – (Photo)

 

VOICES:

  • Frankly Speaking: Totally Teriyaki
  • LETTERS: Teanaway Comm. Forest Advisory Board biased, Lodging tax program needs a makeover, McKean’s Drive In Memories

COMMUNITY:

  • Facing the Dragon – Easton has a new author – (Photos)
  • Andrew Hastings advances – (Photo)
  • Alarming student loan default rate
  • Bonded feline pair in need of a new forever home – (photo)
  • Young students making the Sparrow Club mission work – (Photo)
  • Jazz music and swing dancing light up Friday night
  • First Amendment Festival – The War for Minds: Russian and American Propaganda Then and Now
  • Kiwanis speakers circuit for May
  • A community’s celebration of a young boy’s life – (Photo)
  • Cle Elum Fire Department Awards Banquet – (Photos)
  • Number of students experiencing homelessness largest in state history
  • Tax exemption ending for alt-fuel, electric, and hybird vehicles

OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES:

SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • Easton archers qualify for Worlds – (Photos)
  • Warriors rock n’ roll in multi-league meet
  • CERSD Athletic Director Peter Smyth resigning
  • Marquette, Pugh & Pena take top three spots at Suntides
  • Armed with critter cams, Swiftwater students are getting involved – (Photo)
  • Warriors split with LaSalle and Overlake  – (Photos)
  • Warrior powerhouse sweeps LaSalle
  • Guitar in Gallery Concert with Angelito Agcaoili – (Photo)
  • UKC 9-Ball Pool
  • School lunch
  • Student Athletes of the week – Kenan Everaert – Cle Elum-Roslyn High School – (photo)
  • Spotlight Student of the week -Lily Beck – Thorp School- (photo)

 

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