Evergreen Sno-Park opened Nov. 1-provides access to over 100 miles of groomed trails-front page/A5-photos.

Veteran’s Day Focus-From the young wife of a military man-front page-photo.

Cle Elum-High garners ‘School of Distinction Award’-among 101 honored state wide-front page.

Veterans Day November 11-regional events-front page.

State & Regional News:

  • Washing AG defends Affordable Care Act.
  • Hospitals to affiliate.
  • Natural gas prices rise.
  • State Parks Free Day.
  • Collision with cows.
  • Have you noticed blue lane reflectors at Snoqualmie Pass?
  • Man charged in attempt to redirect Tahuya River.

Regional News:

  • Food Stamps cut in WA November and December.
  • Unofficial results for Nov. 4 General Election.


  • Frankly Speaking:
  • Food Fact or Food Myth? Part III.
  • Letter-What is next?-Violet Burke, Cle Elum.
  • Trib Fan Mail-‘Business Partner of the Month” on the Roslyn Library website at:
  • www.roslynlibrary.org.


  • John Jackson’s 1932 Ford Coupe.
  • Easton School receives donation.
  • ARRF clears the record on the ‘dog poisoning’ rumor.
  • Lost treasures to be auctioned.
  • Matthew Anderson earns the rank of Eagle Scout.
  • These days a kilogram doesn’t weigh a kilogram.
  • Do animals go to heaven?
  • Holiday Giving Tree project launches in Cle Elum.
  • Episcopal Church Christmas Bazaar raises dollars for heat.
  • Celebration of county barn quilts tomorrow.
  • CWU honors diversity at the 9th annual Parade of Nations.
  • Take a Trib Around the World to New England with Jeri Downs and Helen Tweedy.
  • Lithuanians celebrated heritage in Roslyn Saturday.
  • Halloween Highlights:
  • BOO-ELUM: Another stellar turnout for Cle Elum’s Halloween Parade March-photo essay.
  • Ronald Haunted Schoolhouse a labor of ghoulish proportions-photo essay.
  • Old Time Barn Dance coming to the Grange November 15.
  • CWU hosts Giving Tree & Stocking Stuffer program to help local families in need.
  • Take a Trib Around the World to New England with Jeri Downs and Helen Tweedy.
  • Lithuanians celebrated heritage in Roslyn Saturday.


  • Arnold and Laurene Wallace.

Sports & School:

  • Warriors out for the season after Monday’s tiebreakers.
  • Cle Elum-Roslyn High School Scoreboard-Cross Country Volleyball & Soccer wrap up the 2015 fall season with Amy Carigen.
  • CERHS Athlete of the Week-Eric Merkel.
  • Into football playoffs: WIAA tracking 1A rankings.
  • Easton School’s chef sets new standard.
  • CERHS Student of the Week-Julia Kalkman.

Autumn Church Schedule.

Break Time with the Tribune:

  • Raising Things by Slim Randales.
  • TUNDRA comics.
  • Horoscope for the Week of Nov. 6.
  • Sudoku. Crypto Fun, Word Scramble, Crossword and more.

Obituaries: https://nkctribune.com/obituary/

  • Alice M. (Lucas) Matla.
  • Mary (Turk) Medved.


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