• One cup education, sprinkled with fun-Forest Service field trip recipe-front page-photo.
  • Park and Recreation Dist. Board aims for new mission-Goals, solvency and 6-year tax levy-front page.
  • County detectives examining human remains discovered near Columbia River-also set of human bones found along the Swauk Creek-front page.
  • Grant awarded for local biomass study-waste heat would be used to heat CWU campus-front page.
  • Understanding the lay of the land-Teanaway Community Forest Field trip-page A8-photos.
  • Forest Service evaluates comments on Swauk Pine Restoration scoping document-About the proposal-page A8.


  • May’s water supply outlook.
  • Water District 5 clears state with flying colors.
  • Kiwanis plants trees.
  • Cat rescued by logger, champion speed climber.
  • Do you have a dream that would improve the face of Roslyn?
  • New brand, Umqua Bank.
  • Girl Scouts offer up free storefront decorating.
  • Capital funding model for lodging tax dollars moves forward.
  • Cle Elum business district changes.
  • Kittitas County celebrates public works and police.
  • Educated owls at CERHS.
  • Nick Henderson to run for county coroner.
  • Election filing week.
  • ‘Click it or Ticket’ Patrols begin next week.


  • Frankly Speaking-What’s that tortilla doing in my soup?
  • Guest editorial-Strong Copyright Law supports journalism and informed communities-Caroline Little, President and CEO of the Newspaper Association of America.
  • Letter-What’s the next government money making scheme?-Violet Burke, Cle Elum.
  • Question of the Week-“Do you support Kittitas County Park and Recreation District 1’s move to establish it’s first stable public funding source with 5 cents a year on a $1000,000 home is fair?


  • Cle Elum’s volunteer firefighters honored at banquet.
  • Eagles Mother of the Year.
  • Ten things you need to know about volcanos.
  • Letter Carriers’ food drive wraps with 800 pounds.
  • Crisman, Okitsky donate heating ‘n cooling for animal shelter.
  • Trib Around the World to Sakura-con in Seattle, WA.
  • Bible Bowl winners.
  • National Senior Corps Week celebrates local volunteers.

Sports & School:

  • Prom Royalty rules the night.
  • Cle Elum-Roslyn High ball teams both 9-3 and headed for post-season.
  • CERHS Athlete of the Week-Colton Christensen.
  • Track and Field set for sub-districts
  • Hamel garners Educator of the Year award.
  • Tumble Creek hosts D1 Women’s Golf Tourney.
  • Flatau awarded Student Achievement Leadership Award.
  • CERHS Student of the Week-Greta Merkel.
  • Roger Fischer receives degree.


  • Jack S. Erlandson
  • Ruth Olivia Dahlgren Hartman
  • Irvin E. “Guy” Rozzano, Jr.
  • Mark Gamiles