August 16, 2018 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

FRONT PAGE NEWS:

  • Montgomery brothers names ‘2018 Bulls of the Woods’ – (photo)
  • WA Public Works Board approves over $5.4M in loans
  • Railroad Street chipseal project starts next week
  • Enjoy a free day at State Parks Aug.25
  • Air quality in Kittitas County foul and unhealthy – (photo)
  • Cruise Cle Elum event

STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:

  • Fire danger ratings, precaution levels increase in northeast WA – (photo)
  • BLM prohibits burning in eastern Washington
  • CEDA dollars aim to accent downtown roofs with LEDs – (photo)
  • Deer Poaching – (photo)
  • Update on Easton School’s lawsuit
  • Volunteers needed to staff road standards review committee
  • Wenatchee redistricts city council seats
  • What’s the ‘J’ engraved in concrete at Howard Car;in Trailhead? – (photos)
  • Kreidler: NRA insurance solicitations prompt additional investigation
  • Deputy Goeman named DUI All-Star of the Year – (photo)

VOICES:

  • Frankly Speaking: Hot Weather Watering – the ‘secret’ is knowing when, and how much – (photos)
  • Letter: No excuse for ‘fake news’ rhetoric – Fred Obee, Executive director of WPNA

COMMUNITY:

  • MouseAbout draws more teams than ever before – (photos)
  • Grammy award winner to perform at Ellensburg Rodeo – (photo)
  • Call for donations in support of Hopesource fundraiser
  • Ellensburg High School Class of 2008 reunion this weekend
  • Cruise Cle Elum 22nd Annual Car & Motorcycle Show – (photos)

OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES:

SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • Warrior fall sports program ready to rock and roll
  • School district welcomes new athletic director – (photo)
  • Annual Pittis family golf tourney serves as  reunion – (photo)
  • Fletcher hired to coach Warrior soccer program – (photo)
  • CERHS alumni to coach Warrior Girls varisty volleyball – (photo)
  • UKC 9-Ball Pool

 

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