DECEMBER 21, 2017 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune


  • Making the Season Brighter for Local Families – (Photo)
  • U.S. Forest Service lifts Jolly Mountain Wildfire area closure
  • TCF Citizen’s Advisory Committee is mapping
  • Cle Elum Marijuana moratorium extended
  • Structure fire in Teanaway, injured homeowner transported – (Photo)
  • Tuesday morning: Back-to-back closures on I-90


  • Colockum Elk Pilot Project moving forward
  • State to sue after FCC’s net neutrality vote
  • Roslyn City Council still not ready to approve the city’s 2018 budget
  • Swearing in school board – (Photo)
  • ESD 105 presents Thorp School with distinguished award – (Photo)
  • Robbery at Cle Elum Towing still under investigation
  • State awards $18.4M in grants for the homeless
  • Craven leaves utility board- (Photo)
  • EPA invests $25M in Puget Sound
  • Progress made on siting Ellensburg Transfer Station
  • Volunteers, tree lighting – (Photos)
  • Cle Elum City Council wraps up business for 2017


  • Former police chief Dale Miller’s observations echoed nationally
  • Frankly Speaking: Lovin’ those leftovers! Let’s learn how to saute`
  • What do you think?: Are you ‘Dreaming of a White Christmas’?
  • Holiday letters: Heartwarming letters from Santa’s youngest fans.


  • Winter Solstice celebration and ‘Burning of the Grump’- (Photos)
  • Heritage club raising dollars for monument
  • ‘One Remains’ weekend movie shoot on Cle Elum Ridge – (Photos)
  • Wheeling around town – (Photo)
  • Roslyn Riders gives donations to various organizations
  • Tribute to firefighters at Parade of Lights on Dec. 2  – (Photos)
  • Roslyn history book rescued in Idaho and returned home  – (Photo)
  • Red Hat Ladies luncheon at The Brick – (Photo)
  • Transform the City of Cle Elum and receive a tax credit – (Photo)
  • Santa Paws come to town – (Photos)
  • Local Family to host Japanese student Jan. 28-Apr.1
  • Families enjoy Cle Elum Eagles youth party – (Photo)
  • Start off 2018 with a ‘First Day Hike’
  • Grange adds another degree of heat to warm the Upper County for Christmas – (Photo)
  • Upper Kittitas County’s Heritage Club hold annual dinner – (Photo)
  • Food and gift boxes filled for families – (Photo)
  • Habitat for Humanity receives $5,000 donation – (Photo)
  • Post Office pile up – (Photo)
  • The history of Christmas Stocking – (Photo)
  • Home for the holidays
  • Ellensburg Rodeo unveils official 2018 rodeo poster – (Photo)
  • Take a ‘Trib’ Around the World – (Photo)
  • The meaning of a painting lies in the soul of the beholder – (Photos)


  • Orville J Pays1930-2017
  • Clarence E. Hard – 1922-2017
  • Betty Blazevich– 1921-2017


  • Warrior girls off to hot start, boys down two – (Photos)
  • Helping students choose an extracurricular activity- (Photo)
  • Easton grad completes boot camp – (Photo)
  • Still on the radar: Carrie Ridlon Dycus – (Photos)
  • Bowl games and New Year’s Day
  • Wrestlers face busy week with a short bench
  • CERHS FFA headed to state in May
  • Senior Mixed Bowling League
  • UKC Men’s & Women’s 8-ball Pool League
  • Student Athletes of the week – Hallee Hink- Cle Elum-Roslyn High School  – (photo)
  • Spotlight Student of the week – India Briggs – Cle Elum-Roslyn High School- (photo)