• A Tribute-Former Publisher & Shareholder, NKC Tribune-Jack L. Stoner 1940-2014-front page/A5-photos.


  • Planning for arrival of Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall ramps-volunteers needed-page B3.
  • Truck damages two headstones at Roslyn Cemetery-hit and run suspect confessed and charged-page-A3-photo.
  • Cle Elum continues to explore electric PUD option-other council news-page A3.
  • WA Snow Survey Office issues final water supply outlook.
  • Teanaway Community ?Forest committee meets today.
  • Fatality in the Teanaway, corpse remains unidentified.
  • Free shingles caccine clinic.
  • DNR issues red flag warning.
  • Bids awarded for summer construction.
  • Volunteer wildfire lookouts drawn by outdoors, adventure.
  • Rising water strands hikers in the Teanaway.
  • Anonymous donor gifts 50K to Cle Elum Main Street goals.


  • Editorial-Remembering Jack’s Happier Days by Terry Hamberg, Co-publisher.
  • Frankly /speaking-Get rid of weeds…naturally.
  • Letter- Kittitas ORV riders-you lose, we lose again-Steve Justham, Ronald.


  • A Father’s Day message from the life led by an extraordinary couple.
  • Roslyn Farmers Market starts season on June 15.
  • Donna Eusterbrock rolls up her sleeves to take over Maggie’s blood drive duties.
  • Fun events to help support Relay For Life this weekend.
  • Fizz, Boom, Read! Summer reading program kicks-off June 18.
  • Wildflowers Garden Club invites you to their first meeting.
  • Swing dance this Saturday at Centennial Center.
  • Little kids and big fish at the Cascade Field & Stream Fishing Derby.
  • Geology 101 at the Yakima River Canyon.
  • State awards two grants to fix backcountry trails in Kittitas County.
  • Roslyn Cemetery flag planting.
  • Roslyn civic pride day, invitation to help with Old City Hall renovation.
  • Roslyn Riders swap meet on for June 22.


Sports & School:

  • The Whitewater Rush!
  • Easton rocks at state track meet.
  • Upper County graduates look to the future.
  • Watch next week’s Tribune for complete graduation coverage of the Class of 2014.
  • Malcolm-Michener graduates from Tuck Business School.
  • Washing State University announces President’s Honor Roll for spring 2014.
  • Constance Uribe makes St. Martin’s Dean’s List.
  • Cle Elum-Roslyn School district bids farewell to staffers and teachers.
  • Another year of melodic “Marimbas in the Mountains”.
  • Easton School hires Jensen.
  • Author Kaya McLaren moving on.
  • Kittitas County 4-H endowment, scholarship winners announced.