Spring clean-up crews in full force-volunteers spotted in Roslyn Urban Forest, Swauk Teanaway Grange, and Coal Mines Trail-front page-photos.

Fire District 7 begins search for new chief-Hobbs to resign-front page/A5.

New water and sewer line may benefit three facilities in Roslyn-if the money is there-front page.

Driver swerving to avoid elk closes I-90 eastbound for two hours Tuesday-semi trailer rolled-front page.

Workshops explain Ecology water leasing 2015 programs-two dates, two locations-front page.


  • Attorney General defends States’ marijuana authority in US Supreme Court.
  • WA Healthplanfinder enrolls 165,000.
  • State Parks offers two free days.
  • Public Health needs public input.
  • WA State Patrol using hydrogen fuel cells. Hunter Education Jamboree in June.
  • Run like the wind.
  • Boat launches reopened, water levels at Wanapum Dam normalized.


  1. WYE Park Commission schedules walk through.
  2. Local resident dies in collision with unoccupied truck.
  3. Spokane woman rear-ends Humvee at Easton.
  4. Teanaway Community Forest draft management plan due April 6.
  5. Elk amtler shed find.
  6. Kittitas County defines scope for capital projects grants.
  7. School Board reacts to $104,000 wind farm tax refund.
  8. Kittitas County’s Emergency Operations Center staff is growing.
  9. Cashmere Valley Bank building demolished-It’s memory lives on.
  10. Early spring sprots at Lake Kachess.
  11. $49,000 later, Ronald coalmine sinkhole plugged.
  12. State regulators roll out new rules for energy conservation, renewables.


  • Frankly Speaking-Can I grow veggies on the shady side?
  • Letter-The great water scheme-Violet Burke, Cle Elum.
  • Trib Fan Mail-Sponsorship Program partner event appreciates Tribune’s support-Cindy Gregory and Tuesday Bosch-2015 Seussapalooza Co-Chairs, Friends of the Roslyn Library.


  • Washington Federal branch donates $1,000 to affordable housing group.
  • Jon Ward Appointed to KV Healthcare Board.
  • Cindy Jobs might have a few thoughts about your drawers.
  • New hair salon owner looks to become key part of community.
  • Red Bird Café is latest business venture of Roslyn entrepreneur.


  • Easter icons come alive at Windy N Ranch.
  • Spring Burning Begins.
  • ARRF Easter event brings out the hunter-bunny in dogs.
  • Free Shingles Vaccine.
  • Local group donates quilt to veteran.
  • Mrs. Kittitas County celebrates hardworking emergency workers.
  • A spring turkey hunt approaches, hunter education classes filling fast.
  • Olmstead’s old-fashioned plowing show draws hundreds.
  • Spitoon races bring big fun in small packages.
  • Carpenter House needs your dollar for paint.
  • ‘First flight for new Eagle’ at spring craft bazaar.
  • Grange to host free concert featuring National Guard band.
  • Gene Dana receives Patriotic Employer Award.
  • State awarded $11M to home visiting program.
  • Bartrand earns Eagle Scout badge.


  • Warrior track and field has strong start to season at Cashmere.
  • The Gashouse Gang-Chapter 5.
  • CERHS Athlete of the Week-Madeline Sanders.
  • School districts computer guru resigns.
  • Girls tennis picks up one win before spring break.
  • Fudge, Kirchmeyer and boys relay podium in Selah.
  • Masons give to INTERACT youth.
  • Social media contest for students.
  • Easton School District to add teacher.
  • CERHS Student of the Week-Kylene Sutton.
  • Coiling with Mother Nature’s needles.
  • Spinning sets, lively songs, period costumes and live musicians delight audiences a 7 performances of Anne of Green Gables in Roslyn.
  • Fast facts about grass.
  • Tiib Around the World to Southeast Asia with Marc Rich & Daniel Antonelli