Community ‘Pigs Out’ at 8th Annual event-Rock & Roll Pig Out brings police and kids together-front page/B7-photos.
Roslyn’s Coal Miner Days Festival Come reminisce ‘Where Coal Was King’-complete schedule on pages A6-7.
Effort to connect Teanaway Community Forest and Roslyn Urban Forest kicks off-RSVP guided tour-front page.
Authorities say Yakima River Epic Mega Float has outgrown ‘anything goes’ spirit-time to get organized, seek permits-Organizers prefer casual ‘pure fun’ approach-page A5-photos.
Limited parking at Armory today-as event organizers prepare for annual Kittitas County Fair and Rodeo-front page.
Wildfire containments-Sang Canyon at 92%, South Cle Elum Ridge 97%-front page.
Eight-vehicle I-90 pile up leaves only one injured-Exit 78-Golf Course Road-front page.
Washington State honors Carpenter Memorial Library-a Century Corporation-front page.
Consumer Alert-Electric bill phone scam-front page.

  • After seven years county compliant with sate Growth Management Act.
  • Vintage touring.
  • Community Forest committee refines focus on recreation.
  • Grizzly Bear restoration review.
  • Upper County loggers and firefighters work western region wildland fire sites.
  • Every community has a story-someone wants the world to know Cle Elum’s.
  • West Nile virus confirmed in Washington resident.
  • Policy Summit coming Sept. 16-18.


  • Frankly Speaking-Attack of the big ugly black spots on my tomatoes.
  • Letter-Tribune’s efforts helped with Relay’s big success-Sally Nelson, Cle Elum.
  • Subscribers include nice notes with renewals-Janice Gaggero, Ventura, CAm Jackie Bussoli, Cocolall, ID and
  • Shirley McNickle, Kirkland.


  • Ten for the Mouse.
  • Cruise Cle Elum Car Show publishes winners.
  • Carpenter House Museum fundraiser billed a success.
  • Hiking to Thorp Mountain Lookout offers spectacular views.
  • CERHS capital project is complete.
  • State seeks to purchase forest conservation easements.
  • New Music director.
  • Rodeo Winnings from the Cle Elum Roundup.
  • Summer jobs for teens underwrite dreams, too.
  • First street striping is finished.
  • Bear sighting.
  • Spirit of the West Cowboy Gathering Announces Venue Locations for 2015.
  • Roslyn city hall roof progresses.


  • John Ferro
  • Terry Lee Wallgren
  • Linda (Jimmie) Lee Craven-Cornelius

Sports & School:

  • Warriors taste the turf at Day One practice.
  • Tribute to Cascade Crest 100 Runners.
  • Cle Elum elementary welcomes Bright Beginnings pre-kindergarteners.