The feeling of a Veterans Day Assembly-at Walter Strom Middle School-front page/A7-photos.

South Cle Elum bans firewords-after weeks of publicized discussions-front page.

Rate hikes in store for water, garbage and property tax-new procedure proposed that would curtail expenses incurred by city for door-hanger notices for unpaid water bills-front page.

Teanaway Commmunity Forest area may get a little bigger-if the state Board of Natural Resources has it’s way-front page/A5.

Cle Elum woman escapes injury in I-90 accident-both vehicles totaled-front page.

State & Regional:

  • National Association Targets Teanaway Community Forest.
  • Cheap Power Lures.
  • CWU can’t commit to biomass fuel just yet.
  • Digital Fish
  • Restrictions extended at Wanapum Dam.
  • More State Pot Stores approved.
  • Commission adopts updated rules for construction projects near water.


  • Teanaway Community Forest meeting and open house set.
  • Kittitas County Lodging Tax Applications under review.
  • Highway construction underway in Kittitas County.
  • First Water Bank Advisory Committee meeting.


  • Frankly Speaking-Falafel waffles to lemon polish-try these holiday kitchen tips!
  • Guest Editorial-Wake Up Washington! By William Shaw.
  • Letter-Was my Muslim background a factor? We could have been an example for the world…-Mohammad Said, M.D. phD, MPH, Ephrata. WA.

Tribune Fan Mail:

  • Thorp Community Day appreciates Tribune support-Thorp Community Day Board of Directors.
  • Kudos-Frank & Lois Elenich, Seattle, WA.


  • St. John the Baptist Church celebrates 100 years.
  • After school program receives $1000 donation.
  • Youth raise funds to help build school in Ecuador.
  • Winterfest at Suncadia starts Nov. 28.
  • Audubon program to feature the White-headed Woodpecker on Nov. 20. Garden Club’s fall planting hopes to pay off in the spring.
  • New online tool helps veterans find civilian jobs.
  • A look at ourselves.
  • Carpenter House Museum hosts poet laureate.
  • Miniature artwork on display.

Sports & School:

  • Easton School District goes to Washington, D. C.
  • Coach Roger Krening still going strong at WSMS.
  • Thorp-Easton Bobcats announce fall sports awards.
  • New employee at Thorp School.
  • CERHS Student of the Week-Nicholas Malatesta.
  • Parent Action Council kicks of new funraiser model.
  • Warrior Team photos and Congratulations on page B8.
  • Still on the Radar-Erin Dellinger.
  • CE-R Volleyball team receives awards.
  • Follow 1A fall sports state champions online.
  • WIAA Football playoff bracket.
  • CERHS Athlete of the Week-Kylee Sutton.
  • Jenny Jensen named Thorp-Easton athletic director.
  • Easton appoints new school board member.
  • Thorp School’s new digital reader board.Maupoux revives high school choir.


  • Georgeanne Or
  • Walter Lee Cummings.