APRIL 5, 2018 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

FRONT PAGE NEWS:

  • Easter Egg Escapade –  (Photo)
  • Prescribed burns set for April
  • Port District forum in Ellensburg continues the discussion
  • Governor signs bill aimed to improve wildfire prevention
  • MOTORIST ALERT: More police on roads this month looking for distracted drivers

STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:

  • $57.6M awarded for affordable housing
  • WA patients to recoup out-of-network charges
  • FEIS due this summer on grizzly bear restoration in the North Cascades
  • No foolin’…. Spring Snow – (Photo)
  • Habitat nearing completion of another new house – (Photo)
  • Vehicle goes over I-90 embankment claims life of women and unborn child
  • Washington State to receive nearly $8 million to upgrade elections systems
  • State intends to sue Trump over census citizenship question
  • Judge rejects Fed’s motion to dismiss challenge to Trump DACA decision
  • Trooper saves suicidal male after bridge jump
  • Volunteers Spring Clean Railyard – (Photo)
  • Cle Elum amends garbage rates
  • Strong Economy, but trade risk looms for Northwest producers
  • How will we live in 2027?
  • Easter Egg Hunts 2018 – (Photos)

 

VOICES:

  • Frankly Speaking: Magnificent Mustard!
  • LETTERS: No guarantee a port district would work here, Senator Warnick supports Kittitas Co. Port District, Reporter Jim Fossett, a community treasure

COMMUNITY:

  • Memories of McKean’s Drive In – (Photos)
  • Free concert at the Grange on April 14 – (Photo)
  • Grange Month: Celebrating 150 years, A word from Barb Hamel
  • Births: Miles Douglas Michener- (Photo)
  • Northern Exposure celebs lining up for Moosefest
  • Volunteers needed for Horse Park cleanup party
  • Generous benefactors step up for Community Builders
  • High Country Artists exhibit runs through April – (Photos)
  • Poetry Prowl in Ellensburg this weekend
  • New art exhibit opens in Roslyn – (Photos)
  • Mental health issues and care for first responders studied at CWU
  • Sue Litchfield’s book signing last weekend – (Photo)
  • Wildland fire funding fix Omnibus

OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES:

SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • Bowling Winners- (Photo)
  • CER Warrior boys baseball: preseason win, season opener loss
  • Chase Marquette on top again
  • CER Warrior basketball team awards presented
  • CWU Winter Quarter Honor Roll
  • Just another day at the office: Warrior girls dispatch Cascade
  • Little Lady Warriors youth basketball
  • School lunch
  • Student Athletes of the week – Ke’Mesha Howard- Cle Elum-Roslyn High School – (photo)
  • Spotlight Student of the week -Rohan Lutton- Thorp School – (photo)

 

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