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.
STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:
- 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.
- WYE Park Commission schedules walk through.
- Local resident dies in collision with unoccupied truck.
- Spokane woman rear-ends Humvee at Easton.
- Teanaway Community Forest draft management plan due April 6.
- Elk amtler shed find.
- Kittitas County defines scope for capital projects grants.
- School Board reacts to $104,000 wind farm tax refund.
- Kittitas County’s Emergency Operations Center staff is growing.
- Cashmere Valley Bank building demolished-It’s memory lives on.
- Early spring sprots at Lake Kachess.
- $49,000 later, Ronald coalmine sinkhole plugged.
- 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