Firewising ABC News celebs at Hidden Valley-by eating everything in sight-front page/A5-photos.

School Board approves hiring a Dean of Students-Position will also serve as Director of Career and Technical Education-front page.

Controlled shed burning event today-on Ley Rd.-front page.

Dog Licensing event May 16 in Cle Elum-Animal control officer to assist local residents-front page.

Polar Bear Plunge makes a big splash-raises $2,500 for youth activities-front page-photo.


  • WA air quality still at risk.
  • I-90 Snoqualmie Pass East Project Travel Alert.
  • Audubon tackles climate change.
  • WA State Fair: Calling all artists.
  • Scavenger hunt for the whole family. Free bonsai event.
  • State Park free day adventures.
  • Dam removal study.
  • State’s digital archives reaches milestone record. Hepatitis awareness.
  • County requires greenhouse building permits.


  • Meet the new Okanogan-Wenatchee Forest Supervisor.
  • Wildfire season officially underway.
  • For second year Ellensburg tourism brings home awards.
  • Arabians ride into State Park.
  • Attorney General defends state’s right to create gun laws.
  • State Parks Commission to meet in Cle Elum.
  • Education and fun combine into one.
  • Hospital District -2 welcomes new Commissioner Nicholson.
  • County declares Drought Emergency.
  • Whooping cough outbreak growing in Washington.
  • Community Development Services separating inspections.
  • Paving in the Teanaway on track.
  • Weather spotter training May 14.
  • State takes action against seven illegal residential moving companies.
  • Why they tie flies.
  • Mayor’s Proclamation.
  • Hornets nest displayed.
  • Accident slows First Street traffic.


  • Frankly Speaking-I Love Lilacs.
  • Motorcycle show stirs up dollars for food bank-and freedon for bikers.


  • Teanaway comes alive with the sound of music.Safeway contributes to schools.
  • Eagles hold safety workshop for kids.
  • D-Day survivor is Legacy WA’s latest World War II profile.
  • Trib Around the World with Lee Cooper to Vietnam.
  • Spring Tea and Fashion Show.
  • KVH hosts seminar for runners.
  • Elementary libraian and her kids team up to choose books for collection.
  • Friends of Animals benefit concert, May 21.
  • Kids support ARRF’s animal shelter by painting tiles.


  • Russel A. Libby.
  • Jack Lile Hartman.
  • Blake Howard Long.
  • Doris M. Talerico Memorial Services.


  • Moen headed to nationals.
  • CWU announces honor roll.
  • CERHS Athlete of the Week-Rawlings Braman.
  • 10,000 hours to state.
  • Mayflower Christian School to host open house.
  • Warrior track team has one more meet before postseason begins.
  • Thopr-Easton Bobcats excel at recent meets.
  • WIAA targets drones.
  • CERHS Student of the Week-Morgan Morehouse.
  • Dominating the Diamond.
  • Boys Golf wins League Championship for 3rd straight year.
  • Boys and girls of summer return to action.
  • CERHS hosting Jazz Café Friday.
  • Thorp elementary school’s first track meet.