Celebrating with emerald mustaches-Cavallini’s Pharmacy staff-front page-photo.

Last Lodging Tax open house this evening-investing in capital improvements-front page.

254 LOTS PLANNED: 24 miles southeast of Cle Elum-Black Horse at Whiskey Creek-front page.

Student Art Walk in Roslyn this weekend-850 pieces available to view-front page.

Proposals ranked for Cle Elum Salmon Mural-bids range from $8,500 and $108,000-front page/A5-photo.

State & Regional News:

  • Heroin overdoses triple over years.
  • USA: 16.4M have health insurance.
  • Attorney General again defends marijuana I-502.
  • Summer jobs for teens available.
  • Lawmakers approve limits to aiding criminal defendants.
  • Spring break fun for kids.
  • Washington jobs grew 2014-2015.
  • Gala auction and fundraiser at CWU.
  • Low water levels at Coffeepot Lake limit boat launching.
  • Community Paramedicine Project underway.
  • Surplus property sacrificed in the quest to sharpen fire fighter skills.
  • Hunters have until March 31 to apply for multiple-season permits.
  • Easton School Board Capital Project challenges.
  • Rescued bear cub thriving at PAWS.


  • Frankly Speaking-I can’t find any veggie seedlings to start my garden, Frank!


  • Putting the finishing touches on ‘Anne of Green Gables’ musical.
  • Rural Pathways to Prosperity conference.
  • Hop to April 4 Easter Egg Hunts.
  • Plowing Bee coming to Olmstead.
  • Free Flowering Dogwood Trees.
  • Hospital District-2 adds refurbrished ambulance to fleet.
  • Older ambulance box was renovated and installed on an all new chassis.
  • Eagle Scout Bartrand honored.
  • Cle Elum Eagles Spring Bazaar blossoms March 28.
  • Larsen named Assistant Governor.
  • Lloyd wins Grange Chili Cook-off.
  • Raon Wailes shares “Boys in the Boat” stories.
  • Coast Guard cleans up.
  • KCFD #7 reminds residents about smoke alarm safety.
  • Blood drive held in recognition of American Red Cross Month.
  • ‘Messiah in the Passover’ Demonstration coming March 29.


  • Alan F. Weis.
  • Jeffery Harmon Nelson.
  • Carolyn (Bakeman) Bennett.

Sports & school:

  • Taklo in Training.
  • The Gashouse Gang-Chapter 3.
  • Bobcats athletic director wraps winter sports season.
  • CERHS Athlete of the Week-Tyler McCormick.
  • ‘Bobcat Dozen’ ready for 1B track and field.
  • CERHS alumni inducted into WWU Hall of Fame-Kerri Browitt-Caviezel.
  • Still on the Radar-James Hawkins: Life as an emtrepreneur.
  • CERHS Student of the Week-Alexandria Brechbiel.
  • Thorp-Easton BOBCATS 2015 Spring Schedule-Track & Field.