WINDSTORM SLAMS REGION-most widespread damage in a single area appears to be the Roslyn-front page/A7/A6-photo essay
A dozen 1A schools opt up-enrollment numbers between 225-471
School Levies 101:Easton Supt. answers basic questions-front page-photo

  • Domestic Geese on Russ St.-winter snow report talk of town
  • Cle Elum woman injured in tractor-trailer accident
  • USFS seasonal road closures begin
  • Suspect arrested in rape case
  • Roslyn Riders host new event
  • Agencies, public works superintendents weigh in on snow-free winter
  • DNR Investigators:Faulty irrigation pump wiring caused Colockum Tarps Wildland Fire
  • Cle Elum City Councilmen sworn in
  • DNR offers cost-share dollars for forestland owners
  • Holiday ‘Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over’ campaign results
  • Cresto appointed
  • Rats in Kittitas County force public alert
  • Say goodbye to electric light as we know it
  • Smith to chair Hospital District 1 board
  • Voices:
  • Frankly Speaking-Prevent your compost pile from becoming Critter Cafe`
  • Letter-Nevills saw the people, not just numbers-Claire Nicholls-commissioner< Kittitas County Hospital District #2
  • Letter-Get informed about the Fed-Jerry Ihrke-Cle Elum
  • State finalizes list of marijuana license applicants


  • ‘Raise the Woof’ campaign gains momentum
  • Thorp grad keeps Easton Post Office tradition alive
  • Tim Foss retires from Forest service
  • Money doesn’t grow on trees, but old Fords do
  • Increased flu activity prompts masking requirements at KVH
  • Suncadia kicks off New Year with Eclectic Offering
  • Local author tackles healing in post-911 America
  • Focus on Seniors-Our biking doc
  • Special prayer session scheduled this month

Sports & School:

  • New energy in district’s wrestling program-and a lot of character
  • Easton School-Athlete of the Week-Karlee Houle
  • Kelly wins GeoBee
  • Pizza with the principal
  • Warrior boys and girls lose to Granger and Zillah
  • CERHS Student of the week-Taylor Hotchkiss