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It’s the biggest cup of cocoa in Washington!: This on the front page and a whole page of photos of Christmas in Cle Elum on page A6
I-1183 leans on two Upper Co. liquor stores: One to close, one to expand their assortment. Front page and A8
Frankly Speaking about Good Foods: De-stress like a chef this December. Page A4
Reindeer reporting “Sleigh Feels a Bit Light!”: Canopy of Caring needs help.
Postmaster retires & heads south: Dave Thompson, South Cle Elum, gives his farewell in an interview with NKC Tribune reporter Katie Brinkerhoff. Page B1
Leaving a legacy: Easton School District establishes the Anna Powell scholarship to honor and continue on her special way of encouraging students, co-workers and friends.
You’ll have a blue Christmas without them: The Dusty 45’s come to Vogue, Dec. 17
OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK’S NKC TRIBUNE:
- State certifies Kittitas County election results
- Drugs cited as cause of I-90 rollover
- USFS announces roads closed to wheeled vehicles
- Light up your property for annual contest
SCHOOL AND SPORTS:
- Athlete of the Week: Sara Ferguson
- Academic of the Week: Lindsey Dearmin
- It’s not just an old gym where basketball was played
- Warriors down one, up one in pre-season opener
- CERHS Warriors get ready to hit the mat (wrestling)
- CERHS 2011 fall sports team awards
- Warrior Country: Sic Levels of Commitment, by Abe Silvestri