Student Art Walk wraps up Roslyn-K-12 students-front page/B8-photos.

Senate Bill 5628 calls for tax to underwrite state’s water challenges-All Washingtonians would be on the hook for the tax-front page/A6.

South Cle Elum ready for summer chip seal-other business-front page.

County inspection request time change-increasing levels of customer service-front page.

Applicants sought for Kittitas County Hospital District No. 2 Board of Commissioners-position placed on ballot in Nov.-front page.

Kittitas County Medical Reserve Corps receives $15,000-award to be used to expand current & previous peer mentoring program-front page.


  • Teanaway Comm. Forenst Meeting.
  • Washington leads investigation of Premera.
  • Butterfly release.
  • Recreation opps expand along Snoqualmie Corrider.
  • IRS has refunds totaling $28M.
  • Tuberculosis down slightly in WA.
  • Water use in Washington decreased.
  • Remembering Oso. BNSF Railway Co. faces penalties.
  • Ellensburg Parks and Rec 2015 Health Champion.
  • Forecast: Dust storms and wildfires ahead for Central and Eastern Washington.


  • Water Park targeted for site near Ellensburg.
  • Wilson Creek septic contamination near Millpond Mobile Manor.
  • Ten things you should know about the WA State Horse Oark before opening day.
  • After collision, stolen vehicle recovered at Snoqualmie Pass.
  • March 31 deadline for comments on SR97 pond excavation project.There’s Liberty Gold on YouTube.
  • Grading Permit required prior to filling or excavating.
  • Roslyn moving to build trail link to Suncadia.
  • Record low snowpack in Cascades.
  • Cle Elum Council gets updates from city staff.


  • ARRF supporters chow down on spaghetti, unleashing $2,300.
  • Eagles Chili Cook-Off is hot.
  • Sons of Italy pasta feed: A gathering of neighbors and friends.
  • Stage Review-Boulet Production’s ‘Anne of Green Gables’ The Musical by Sylvia Ashby.
  • Cle Elum bible Bowl team takes first place in recent events.
  • Cle Elum Eagles doing some spring cleaning with garage sale in April.


  • Doris Marie Frederick.
  • Holly Ann Dickman.


  • Grid Kids headed to Russell Wilson Passing Academy.
  • The Gashouse Gang- Chapter 4.
  • CERHS Athlete of the Week-Emanuel Sanchez.
  • CER Boys Gold Team wins first match of the season.
  • National Honor Society Ceremony.
  • Track season kicks off today at Cashmere.
  • Girls tennis picks up two wins on first road trip of the season.
  • Warrior alumni makes Husky sports news.
  • CERHS Student of the Week-Cody Robinson.
  • Warriors Softball wins season openers.