071014_Tribune_pg1photoPioneer Days Highlights-Six pages of Upper County Events-photos.
American Vererans Traveling Tribute arrives in six days-What local Vets are saying-front page.
Owens Meats structure fire minimized-likely started outside the market.-front page-photo.
Primary Election Ballots in the mail next week-vote August 15-front page.
City Cemetery rates increased-Laurel Hills Memorial Park-front page.
Large wildland fire near Entiat spread quickly mid-day Tuesday.
Reimer fills vacancy on Teanaway Community Forest Citizens Advisory committee.
Ecology has an eye on the water slipping away down your drains.
Fish and Wildlife restricts fires on eastern Washington lands.
State grants first retail marijuana licenses.
Cle Elum garbage rates may rise.
July wildland fire count.
Loans and disaster payments available to farmers and ranchers affected by drought.
New initiatives filed for November election.
Sschool bus lane construction.
Voices:Frankly Speaking-Smells from barbeque grills should be edible, not inedible.
Letter-91 year old blind-sided by $12K penalty for ‘open space’ misinterpretation-Joseph Lowatchie, Sr.-Ellesburg.
Tribune Fan Mail:
Navy wife appreciates way her story was written.
Realtor likes EXPLORE! ad.
Preschool owner enjoyed article about farm trip.
Happy with banner design.
Carpenter House centennial coverage kudos.
Retirement article well done.
Pioneer Days 2014:
Photo Essay.
Fourth of July Fireworks.
Roslyn Riders Play Day.
Jaws of Life.
Upper County Boccie.
Boulet Production’s “My Fair Limey”.
Pioneer Days Breakfast.
Suncadia’s Pavillion’s pond.
Harris Street Fair.
Ray Kladnik-Gene Sandona Memorial Horseshoe Tournament.
Queen Barbara Georgeson’s Tea.
Mega-Book Sales.
July 6 Heritage Festival billed best neighborhood mixer going.
Run to Roslyn Car Show is all about…hosted by Strangers Car Club.
Flying Horseshoe family wins new roof.
Woodcarver’s first attempt at-BIG.
The longest scarf in Roslyn.
Louise Jones retires after 21 years.
Fun in the July sun, plenty of events on the horizon.
INTERACT youth bought for a price to support ARRF.
Sports & school:
Kiwanis Fishing Derby makes a big splash.
Andrus places Third.
Cle Elum resident makes YVCC honor roll.
Exchange students seeking host families in Cle Elum.
Steve Myers gets leadership award.
Softball State Champions.