Controlled shed burn shows firsthand how fast fire can spread-now is the time for rural residents to prepare-front page/A7 photos.

Wildfire Preparedness Day draws large attendance from local homeowners-Speakers say now is the time to prepare for potentially destructive fire season-front page/A7.

Cle Elum Ranger District Open House May 19 to introduce new WATV route-a pilot program-front page.

Cars, horses, parade, concert, memorial service on events horizon-something for everyone-front page/A7.

South Cle Elum Council approves new fee schedule-standardizing fees-front page.

Female wolf killed on I-90-open investigation ongoing-front page.


  • WSDOT I-90 Advisory.
  • Consumer Action-You can collect on bogus Verizon, Sprint charges.
  • Hydroplane lovers museum event.
  • State Parks Commission meets in Cle Elum.
  • Free hunter education on June 6-7. WA taxable retail sales up 7.1%.
  • Beware in Kittitas County: ‘Click It or Ticket’ in May.
  • Prescribed burning. World birders tally in.
  • Clmate change seminar, May 21.
  • $10,000 grant contest for small businesses in Kittitas County.
  • Cle Elum Pool Raise Project Final EIS released.


  • Habitat House No. 16 rises at Sunlight Waters.
  • Council hears complaints about April Roslyn City Park spraying.
  • From the horse’s mouth: 2015 drought impacts.
  • Faulty power strip takes out ranger district phones, computers.
  • Lawmakers vote on HAZMAT and marijuana bills.
  • Goodbye to an old fishing friend.
  • Armed Forces Day Saturday, May 16.
  • A fond farewell to…Run to Roslyn Car Show.
  • KYVCLT hosts open house for second affordable homeownership opportunity.


  • Frankly Speaking-Top 7 easy-to grow-in UKC edible plants.
  • Letter-Cle Elum lady kindly gave up her appointment time for an injured stranger-Carol Riblett-Ammon, ID.
  • Letter-There are still honest people-Addie Hargrove-Omak, WA-Member of the Colville Confederated Tribes of Colville Reservation.
  • Letter-RCW needs to be changed-Fred Marion-Retired firefighter.
  • Letter-Dear Mother’s Day thief-Sue Davick-Cle Elum.
  • Letter-Cle Elum Fire Department asking for support-Jodi Larsen-Levy Campaigne Manager.


  • Walton selected Eagles Club ‘Mother of the Year’.
  • Fundraiser to support Nepal quake survivors set for may 16.
  • Roslyn library board of trustees announces five-year open position.
  • Local crew competes in event.
  • This-N-That 4-H club attends swine clinic.
  • Nevil selected as Apple Blossom Festival Princess.
  • Easton Food Bank needs your help.
  • North Country Bluegrass Band to perform.
  • AG Ferguson on Hanford court order.
  • The ten-foot commute.
  • Three ways your technology can help you go Green.
  • Stamping Out Hunger.
  • Trib Around the World with tribune Publishers Jana Stoner & Terry Hamberg at Emerald City, Seattle, WA.
  • The climate change controversy-Is it relevant to birds in uor backyard?


  • Anita T. Lipka.


  • CE-R Elementary School kids concert tonight.
  • Warrior track heads for SCAC Sub-Districts at Naches today.
  • CE-R Girls tennis falls to undefeated Naches.
  • CERHS Athlete of the Week-Shayna Hyatt.
  • Hailey Bator named All-District.
  • Moen and Coates still on the mat.
  • Warriors on base for playoffs.
  • Cle Elum-Roslyn High School Baseball Stats.
  • Thorp-Easton Bobcats move into Sub-Districts.
  • UKC Rotary tees-off on June 19, register now..
  • CERHS Student of the Week-April Engelhart.
  • Softball team clinches League Championship.
  • Laura Potts wrangling.
  • Still on the Radar-Kodi Jones graduates.
  • Thorp middle school track team new to competition.
  • Senior Prom-A Night of Elegance.
  • WSMS Honor Roll.