SR970 pasture fire consumes 20+ acres-authorities have been saying for the last month the 2015 FIRE SEASON IS NOT OVER-front page/A7-photo.
School Board approves new collective bargaining agreements-new contracts would result in about a four percent salary increase-front page/A7.
Agency leaders prepare state for back-to-back droughts-next year-one with a measurably larger punch-front page/A5.
Police arrest man threatening to shoot his wife in So. Cle Elum-Richard Garcia arrested-front page/A7.
County Fire Marshall ends burn ban today-it is to everyone’s benefit to be diligent about any fires they do start-front page.
In this busy, free America, let us not forget Munro.
Nearly 100 gather for super moon atop CWU’s Lind Hall.
10,000-year-old tools discovered in Redmond.
Community Forest advisory group reconvenes in Sept.
Firefighters battle flames at Second Street home.
Multiple I-90 collisions affect Sunday traffic.
DNR modifies fire restrictions.
Police arrest mother after she vanishes with newborn from Puyallup.
Kittitas County concierge.
Couple opens antique store on Harris Ave.
Schiele new patient service coordinator.
Cashmere Valley Bank gets a new sidewalk.
A slice of life fighting wild land fires in the north.
Scribner welcomed to Chamber Visitor Center.
Frankly Speaking-Th-th-th-that’s all folks!
Hatchery hosts a special meeting by Jim Fossett.
Letter-Let them play-Vi Ferguson, Cle Elum.
- Buskars, farriers and gourdists in the Burg.
Mountain Ale Festival features a dozen PNW breweries for local hopheads to sample.
Poker ride to benefit local charities.
Kiwanis hosting 5-mile trail run Sunday.
Cascade Rail Foundation celebrates 16 years.
Kiwanis installs officers and honors members.
Book club with a twist.
Grange Hunter’s Breakfast slated for Oct. 17.
Threshing Bee transports crowds back in time.
Ken Wilcox Horse Camp re-opens for firewood collection.
Senior crabfest is October 10.
Pack 485 Cub Scout Popcorn Sales Underway.
Patti Jo Hein.
Judith A. White.
Robert glen Rooks.
George L. Roundsley.
SPORTS & SCHOOL:
Warriors cross country finish practice runs at Connell Invitational.
Lady Warriros fall to 0-3 conference record. Soccer falls to Naches.
CERGS Athlete of the Week-Klarissa Hilkey.
Soccer falls to Naches and Highland.
Winebrenner featured on billboard.
New batch of Watch DOGS sign up for elementary school volunteering.
Still on the Radar-CERHS football star Mitchell Milsap.
Bobcats at 3-1 coming out of the Sundome.
Easton Student of the Week-Kristina Fudge.
Turnovers lead football team to 50-21 loss at Cascade.
Like cricket, watching dressage gets better when you understand it.
Sled dogs galore at Camp Koinonia this weekend.
Bobcat eigth graders tackle varsity hardwood.
Red Cross Blood Drive.
Cyclists stopping in Cle Elum during Saturday tour of county.