Easton Archers aim for Nationals-this season marks 10th appearance at state-front page-photos.

Third graders forced to re-take standardized test-glitch in the state-approved testing system-front page.

Sled Dog Racing at Camp Koinonia this weekend-organizers invite spectators to meet dogs and mushers-front page.

Youth ball opening day this Saturday-first big tournament of season-front page.

Cle Elum Spring Cleanup is May 5-9-burn dump also open-front page.

Community Forest comment period expires, state moves forward-Teanaway-front page.


  • WSDOT I-90 Travel Advisory.
  • Get smart about heroin.
  • Fly fishing film tour.
  • Call 811 before you dig.
  • Washington’s jobs outlook continues positive trend.
  • Beekeeper Assoc. president buzzes about I-5 bee spill.
  • U.S. forest Service to expand access to jobs.
  • May 13 Lecture from Holocaust survivor.
  • WA scores on April 21, Earth Day.
  • A river runs through it, so Bill moved the river.


  • Homeowners buff up the river.
  • Wildfire Community Preparedness Day comes to upper county May 2.
  • Snoqualmie Pass visibility survey follows up with drivers.
  • Easton food bank needs your help.
  • Potelco replacing 35 poles in area.
  • Fire Station 73 opens soon.
  • Anderson joins Roslyn Commissions.
  • Early season wildfire on Cle Elum ridge extinguished.
  • Police Chief Ferguson warns of scammers posing as IRS.
  • SKYWARN weather spotter training.
  • Big Buck Ridge project goes to examiner hearing.
  • Bio-blitz on for tomorrow.
  • I-90 semi driver’s load strikes overpass near Price Creek.
  • Business overlay district takes a baby step.


  • Frankly Speaking-What if I don’t have a sunny window, Frank?
  • Letter-‘Preservation of the KHBR set a heartbreaking idea-Jennifer Oertli, Cle Elum.
  • Letter-Arbor Day-planting trees, rebuilding communities and restoring hope-Dan Lambe, President, Arbor Day Foundation.
  • Garrett Amick and GeoBee state.


  • Pretty in pink.
  • Cle Elum Eagles to host it’s first Children’s Day Workshop Saturday.
  • Neck pillows for the troops.
  • Local restaurant owner competes in BBQ in BC.
  • Roslyn Library wins grant to purchase children’s books.
  • 133rd Army Band entertains at the Swauk-Teanaway Grange.
  • Some bunny finds a home.
  • First big event at horse park draws nearly 75 horses.
  • CWU Rodeo Club to host Annual College Rodeo April 24-26.
  • Thorp students are the heart in Hearthstone.
  • Ellensburg Rodeo adds Cinch Shoot-Out to Labor Day events.
  • Do you know the story behind this relic?
  • CWU hosts 7th Annual Rock Against Rape April 29.
  • Sons of Italy installs new officers.


  • Gloria Walker.


  • Register now for Rotary’s June golf tourney.
  • Foot races at Wild Horse Wind Farm this weekend.
  • Judges needed for CER senior culminating project presentations in May.
  • Easton School transforms into ‘iPad City’.
  • CERHS Athlete of the Week-Liz Webb.
  • Bobcats rock at K-Valley Rally.
  • Future Problem Solvers compete at state.
  • CERHS Student of the Week-Greta Merkel.
  • Warrior track picks up a pair of wins.
  • CER Tennis wins against Goldendale and Columbia but falls to Connell.
  • Terrill, Henderson claim gold at Gold League Meet.