Cascade Playtime Rentals owner arrested-Shop allegedly sold stolen merchandise-front page-photo.

Something new for your Federal Tax filing this year-under Affordable Care Act-front page.

Cle Elum man arrained in superior Court this week on two counts-Louis Musso III-front page.

Squirrelly winter bodes ill for water supply outlook-author of reports Scott Pattee-front page.

State & Regional News:

  • $21.6 billion recreation industry in Washington.
  • Historic leader celebrated today.
  • Japanese emissaries to visit Ellensburg.
  • Learn about government contracting.
  • Puget Sound Energy and customers raise $18,250 for Food Lifeline.
  • Boat ramps, shorelines remain closed at Wanapum.
  • USDA sends bird teams to southeast WA.
  • Board views Increase in land survey recording fees, first change since 2002.

Regional News:

  • New recycling program begins for fluorescent lights.
  • City Council reconvenes for first time in 2015.
  • Roslyn City Council appoints Scott Gray, enters 2015 with projects on the table.
  • Hanson Ponds footbridge targeted for repair by grant.
  • Cle Elum Ranger District road closures now posted.
  • County Public Works Director Holmes resigns.
  • Gov. Inslee proclaims January as ‘School Board Recognition Month’.
  • Two Cle Elum residents in weekend collision on Hwy 10.
  • Get signed up for Healthcare, get free help tomorrow.

Washington State News:

  • Lawmakers launch Olympia session introducing some unusual proposals.
  • House Republicans want education budget separate from General Fund spending plan.


  • Frankly Speaking-Satisfying Winter Soup with a Silly Name.
  • WNPA Olympia News Bureau-Underage viticulture students may get sipping privileges and Another shot at pot.-by Cooper Inveen.


  • Students prepare menu for annual ‘I Have a Dream Dinner’.
  • After two years, Roslyn Grocery owners nearing completion of goals for their store.
  • KVH participates in regional health planning efforts.Writer and poet Terry Martin kicks off Lion Rock Visiting Writers Series.
  • American Women Poets series begins January 15.
  • Royal Court to be selected Jan. 24.
  • Oyez Roslyn event to feature music, artwork and science.
  • Fullers to celebrate 50 years.
  • USDA announces more than $18M for beginning farmers and ranchers.
  • Dental Hygiene Program hosts Annual Free Dental Sealant Day.
  • Tea at 3 Speaker Series at CWU begins serving Jan. 22.


  • William Goddard.
  • George Joseph Boyle.

Sports & school:

  • Warrior grapplers take on Bellevue Christian.
  • Cle Elum Elementary launches Watch D.O.G.S program.
  • CERHS Athlete of the Week-Brennan Burchak.
  • Deadline to apply for WAEF Scholarships is March 1.
  • Girls Basketballl takes one win and one loss over the weekend.
  • Year of the young and strong of heart.
  • Kids’ Art Contest celebrates 50 years of Voting Rights Act.
  • CERHS Student of the Week-Cody Hotchkiss.
  • Pizza with the Principal.
  • Elementary school geography bee held January 8.