WHERE’S THE NEWS? IT’S IN OUR PRINTED NEWSPAPER ON STANDS, IN STORES AND AT THE NKC TRIBUNE NEWSPAPER AND OFFICE SUPPLY STORE IN DAVIS PLAZA (BEHIND SAFEWAY) – NEW EVERY THURSDAY!
Lake Easton State Park Ranger Tim Schmidt retires after 35 years: In depth interview with Tim about favorite memories, advice, the old days and the new, comments on State Parks in general and what he’s going to do now. Front page and A9
Westside Road water main replacement project kicks in: Affected residents will be out of water for four days. Front page and A7
Forest plan comment period extended, webinar scheduled: Snowmobilers take note! Information on how to learn what’s in the works and how to submit comments re said plans on page A2 of this week’s NKC Tribune.
Frankly Speaking: on safer picnic baskets. “Hey Boo Boo, how’s about another pic-a-nic type basket?”
Simmons makes American Idol first cut: start now following Heather Simmons adventure, next stop Houston! Page A7
Ready to Respond, Snoqualmie Pass Fire and Rescue Station 291: The firefighters weigh in on their appreciation and hopes for the building plus lots of photos! Page A8
Big, annual artists reception at Carpenter House this Sunday: Associate artists exhibit opens Fri. Aug. 5th and runs through September. More on page B1
New Cle Elum-Roslyn School District Athletic Director at the helm: Meet Abe Silvestri and hear his hopes and intentions for our middle and high school youth sports programs. Page B6
Triple Shot back on the black top for education: 35 teams this year! Check out photos of the winners and plans for improvment and expansion of the competition. Page B6
Dog and Troll Olympics: A winning combination for upper county animals in need: A List of winners and in-depth coverage of the separate events along with several photos on page B9.
OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK’S NKC TRIBUNE:
- Flying Horseshoe Ranch hosts Western Dream Ride
- Court rules counties must protect groundwater land use decisions
- Courage Classic Riders at Suncadia Saturday