Suspect charged with illegally shooting deer goes to trial June 2-Evidence of multiple deer shootings found by jogger-front page/A5-photos.

3.3 Earthquake rocks Teanaway-almost same spot as last month’s 4.0 quake-front page.

Roslyn Farmers Market moving-into the heart of downtown.

Drought year triggers Ecology-funded $500K reverse water auction-Agency briefs Cle Elum stakeholders April 8-front page-photo.

Wish Poosh Campground to remain CLOSED in 2015-outbreak of root rot in Grand Firs-front page.


  • I-90 Traffic Advisory.
  • West Nile virus.
  • Mushroom crop onslaught coming.
  • For Alzheimer’s caregivers.
  • USDA funds wood burners.
  • Salmonella and chicks.
  • Trout beware.
  • For writers.
  • Hope 5K benefits ASPEN. On tap: Review of Spotted Owl status.
  • Kittitas County hires new Public Works Director.


  • Cle Elum Council gets first look at retaining wall mural proposal.
  • Wildfire Preparedness event coming May 1.
  • Trail to Suncadia and NWI lease top Roslyn Planning Commission’s agenda.
  • State agencies celebrate draft management plan completion.
  • Snowpack melting early.
  • Expect flyovers in the Teanaway.


  • Frankly Speaking-Grow a garden, grow a…Community.
  • Letter: Four dredging and irrigating ideas to resolve water issues-Mark P. Reed, Roslyn.
  • Opponents of Common Core testing speak out in Olympia.
  • Housing bills pass the House.


  • Kids introduced to the barn quilt craze.
  • Kay Lloyd honored by SnoWest magazine for 40 years of service in snowmobiling community.
  • Blast from the past.
  • CWU announces honor roll.
  • Best find ever.
  • CWU students volunteer to brand calves-for fun.
  • Locals form group of military vehicle gear heads.
  • Barshaw announces county’s first ever “Passport Day.”


  • Jacquelyn Louise McDonald Tate.
  • Patricia de la Torre.
  • Franklin Paul Ross.
  • Judith Hahhah Elvins (Nelson).
  • Elaine Marie McCoy.
  • Carolyn Joann Cusworth.
  • Christopher Eugene Lange.


  • Elementary school science night to feature egg drop April 21.
  • The Gashouse Gang Chapter 7.
  • Ollivier takes first in Javelin.
  • Track & field continues to show improvement.
  • Thorp Athlete of the Week-Isabella Romano.
  • Youth sports engine cranks up.
  • Browitt in Japan.
  • CHS tennis loses home opener against Naches.
  • Christian School earns $6,300 at fundraiser.
  • Thorp Student of the Week-Quannah Shields.