Doggie Olympics Athletes Compete-front page photo.

Snoqualmie Pass Utility District Manager targeted in fraud investigation-The report-front page/A5.

Council votes to raise water, garbage rates-other City of Cle Elum council news-front page/A7.

Brush fire in Easton-Silver Creek Trailhead-front page.

This weekend ‘Kick it Up at the WA State Horse Park-for horse enthusiasts of all ages-front page.

Ballots in the mail for Primary Election-due August 4-front page.

Driver hospitalized after hitting deer on Highway 10-Thorp resident-front page.


  • ARRF another step closer to building shelter.
  • City calls for ‘Volunteer of the Year’ nominations.
  • Five injured, one airlifted to Harborview.
  • Volunteers needed for Crystal Creek Clean-Up Day, July 18.
  • Smoke in the valley, why?
  • Roslyn Council responds to call from defenders of sacred ground.
  • Omans steps in as new Cle Elum City Administrator today.
  • Super Hero Summer Reading Day.
  • Citizens introduced to county’s new water bank and metering program coming Dec.2.
  • Statewide: $16M aims to relieve drought hardships.


  • Frankly Speaking-Stir Frying Up a Garden Full O’Greens.
  • Letter-When I see emergency personel relaxing between calls, I no longer begrudge the cost of having them on stand by,-Ronald Arthur Slater, Cle Elum.
  • Hats off to firefighters who climb trees to rescue cats-Linda Young-Bonnes, Cle Elum.
  • Letter-Our parade float stands for community initiatives-Dave and Janet Sandona, Cle Elum.


  • Pioneer Days July 4th celebration and photo essay.
  • Kiwanis 2015 Fishing Derby results.
  • Life Support celebrates it’s 15th anniversary.
  • Beating the Heat.
  • Saturday: Join the work party in the Teanaway.
  • DockDogs makes big splash in Roslyn. BLM prohibits campfires in Eastern WA.
  • ARRF Doggie Olympics makes for big laughs.
  • Dirt biker rescued on Big Creek Trail.
  • Health screenings coming to Cle Elum.
  • PSE grants Putnam Centennial Center a new generator.
  • Moosefest booked solid.


  • Sandy (Bodanza) Senger.
  • Auntie Shelly Spears.


  • What they DIDN’T have in high school a half-century ago.
  • Warrior Boosters hosting first golf fundraiser next month.
  • Gray makes Dean’s List.
  • Baker finishes second at Banner Bank Junior Invitational.
  • Burchak receives scholarship.
  • Wersland makes YVCC Dean’s list.


  • Full page schedule of events supported by local advertisers.
  • Patrick Dehuff talks about the mindset needed to beat cancer.
  • Cle Elum woman receiving massive community support in her second bout with breast cancer.
  • Kudos to the Relay for Life committee.
  • Fire District #6 raises $$ in Ronald.
  • LUMINARIA lights shining on the journey.
  • Study links leisure time sitting to higher risk of specific cancers.
  • Increases in cancer screening may reflect removal of financial barriers in Affordable Care Act.
  • Cancer survivors who smoke perceive less risk from tobacco than non-smoking survivors.