Hopping along the bunny trail-Easter Eggstravajanza-front page/B8-photo essay.

Kittitas County posed to set early burn ban-keeping our county safe this fire season-front page.

Volunteers ready for I-90 corridor Sno-Park cleanup-leading effort are Cascade Driftskippers, Snomads, High Country Beelers, The Briggs’s, Teanaway Snowmobile Club, and Bill Miller.

New Animal Control Officer happy to serve community-meet Jacqueline van Dongen-front page-photo.

I-90 rock blasting closures start in June-Watch the NKC Tribune for weekly travel alerts-front page.


  • WA attorney General sues over illegal student loan practices.
  • Trumpeter and Tundra swans lecture April 16.
  • Master’s Golf Trivia.
  • Wildfire advice for your community.
  • Zenter’s new video: ‘Columbia River Gorge.’
  • IRS tax filing tips.
  • USDA awards $31M in grants to help SNAP.
  • WA Gov. Inslee proclaims ‘Safe Digging Month.’
  • WA Healthplanfinder special enrollment ends April 17.
  • Commission set to take action on hunting rules.
  • ‘Putting Down Roots’ Summit educates farm to school partners.
  • CWU museum opens two new exhibits.


  • Teanaway Road under construction.
  • I-90 Construction season ramps up.
  • Big Buck Subdivision heads for hearing examiner.
  • Major drug bust ends with multiple arrests.
  • Another arrest made in connection with January mailbox thefts.
  • Roslynites: Turn your utility bills green.
  • Lost hikers found Sunday.
  • New hours for Treasurers’s office.
  • Homeowners gather to protest Kachess-Keechelus project.
  • Teanaway Community Forest draft management plan ready for today.


  • Frankly Speaking-The label says organic, but is it really?
  • Letter-State School Directors’ Association applauds Senate agreement to replace troublesome ‘No Child Left Behind’ law- Chris Nieuwenhuis, Washington State School Directors’ Association President.
  • Letter-State Superintendent supports statewide testing to help determine if students are on a path to success-Randy Dorn, Washington State Superintendent.
  • Letter-Youth HIV activists lead charge to end AIDS in state-Kelly Bray, Seattle.


  • VFW Post 1373 donates flags for WYE Park display.
  • Quilt Show to offer variety of attractions, April 25-26.Walton and friends push pillow campaign to new level.
  • Century-old Troop 488 takes a hike.
  • ‘Coal Wars’ book signing April 19.
  • County celebrates ‘National County Government Month’.
  • State Parks offers free days to visitors.
  • Carpenter House Museum paint fund nears $17,000 goal.
  • ‘Pathways to Prosperity’ conference set for April 17.
  • Spring turkey season opens April 15, lowland trout the 25th.
  • CDS closing for staff training. Larson garners Anderson Memorial Award.
  • Roslyn Visitor Center exhibits student art.
  • O’Connor wins ham raffle.
  • Paper plane competition at CWU tests the mettle of pilots.
  • Robot battle demos.
  • Roslyn Urban Forest looking for a few good volunteers.


  • Lolly Miller.


  • The Gashouse Gang-Chapter 6.
  • Warrior Baseball looking ahead to Post Season.
  • CERHS Athlete of the Week-Dakota Witte.
  • Thorp School’s after school program in full swing.
  • G-Force with 2 Graces.
  • Scholarship Fund doubles.
  • Thorp robotics team shows well in finals.
  • Warrior alumni leads Huskies to big win.
  • Thorp Student of the Week-Jordan Olliver.