• LEAGUE CHAMPIONS YET AGAIN! Cle Elum-Roslyn Warrior Boys Basketball Team – (photo courtesy of Wendie Kelly)
  • Proposed Growth through Annexation: Cle Elum City Council Feb. 13 meeting
  • Senate Bill 5595 underway to officially proclaim Washington nickname as ‘The Evergreen State’
  • Kittitas County Superior Court Commissioner position created and appointment made to James Kirkham
  • President’s Day holiday closures, Monday, Feb. 20



  • Do you own or manage land in a flood prone area? Kittitas County Flood workshop is Feb. 23
  • CWU Board of Trustees to meet Feb. 16-17
  • Sign up now for Kittitas County EMS Division’s upcoming first aid certification classes
  • Ellensburg Police Dept. hosting child car seat clinic March 11 in Ellensburg
  • Yakima Valley College February talk explores the ‘River’s Live’ Feb. 29
  • Washington State water supply outlook February 2023
  • ‘Yakama Cares’ offers grants to local nonprofits – apply today
  • $5.2 million grant awarded to improve state enforcement of protection order laws and reduce gun violence
  • Benton County flock tests positive for bird flu; flock owners encouraged to self-report
  • Popular forest landowners’ winter school returns to in-person classes Feb. 25 in Collville
  • Legalizing fentanyl test strips proposed by Reneé Diaz, Washington State Journal
  • Proposed Senate Bill 5670 expands Running Start to sophomores by Alexandria Osborne, Washington State Journal
  • Police dogs to be trained to find fentanyl by Alexandria Osborne, Washington State Journal
  • Stalking would be the same crime, online or in person if House Bill 1696 is adopted by Alexandria Osborne, Washington State Journal
  • Washington 211 celebrates 211 Day
  • Washington Dept. of Fish & Wildlife seeks comment on status review for western gray squirrel
  • Washington Commissioner of Public Lands Hilary Franz testifies in favor of statewide Wildfire Impacts Bill
  • WA State Fire Marshal Office advice on Carbon Monoxide Safety



  • Frankly Speaking: What’s on a [food] Label?
  • Reminiscences: I’m nearly 100 years old and missing the good old days… Cone picking – a family outing by Dan Sater
  • LETTER: $429K to make Snoqualmie Pass safer?Mark Reed, Roslyn
  • Legislation would prioritize hiring back workers separated due to vaccine mandate



  • Cle Elum Eagles crowns Tery Jerke and Carol Crossen as Sweetheart Ball King & Queen – (photos courtesy of Cammy Seelye and Dana Danubio)
  • Kittitas Audubon Society Feb. 16 presentation to focus on Hornbills of Borneo
  • Explore your artistic side at The Bold Ones art group class Wednesdays at the Roslyn Library
  • CALENDAR: What’s Happening, Senior Living, etc.
  • Tribune Rewind… historic headlines and photos compiled by Kayla Snider
  • PROBLEM SOLVED by Christopher Elliott – Lyft charged me $80 for spilling a drink But there was no drink!
  • Washington State Arts Commission and Dept. of Veteran Affairs partner to support Veterans through the arts
  • AARP Free Tax Preparation begins
  • Musings of an Unquiet Mind: an MFA Mid-thesis exhibition at CWU
  • A review of techniques in managing your depression by Stan Popovich





  • Student Review: The Martian, better to read or watch? by Charlie Holbert, 8th grader at Walter Strom Middle School
  • Academic State Champions! Cle Elum-Roslyn High School Cheerleaders salute by local Champions of Student Achievements
  • Cle Elum-Roslyn High School Warrior Basketball teams advancing through EWAC District tournament – (team photo courtesy of Claire Nichols)
  • Cle Elum-Roslyn High School Warrior Basketball player Luke Chafin hits 1,000 Career Points! – (photos courtesy of Holly Terrill)
  • Cle Elum-Roslyn High School Wrestlers place at Regionals and move on to State competition – (photos courtesy of Coach Darren Mihelich)
  • Good Luck at STATE! Cle Elum-Roslyn High School Wrestlers Josiah Beiter, Landon Batton and Anders White salute by local Champions of Student Achievements
  • Easton Secondary School First Semester 2022-23 Honor Roll
  • Senior Mixed Bowling League weekly results
  • Athlete of the Week: Taitum Rilee Josenhans, Thorp School
  • Student of the Week: Payton Hilberg, Cle Elum-Roslyn High School
  • Five ways to get outside to beat the winter blahs from Mulligan the TurfMutt