Patrick Mine Road on Nature Conservancy Land to be decommissioned next week – front page/A3 (photo)

Candidate Forum on the table at the Grange tonight – front page

Thirteen people involved in four-vehicle collision – front page (photo)


  • Food safety this summer
  • Dorn announces November State Board Election
  • Not all gasoline is created equal
  • USDA allocates $49M to improve wetlands
  • Upgrade your fishing license
  • August 2 Primary Election gets under way soon
  • HopeSource providing aid to replace wood stoves
  • BUSTED! – People and their pets (photos)
  • Suncadia owners revitalize Teanaway Trail (photos)
  • Wildland fire season is ramping up, are you ready?
  • Events on the horizon
  • Firewise tips checklist for homeowners
  • Music meets the mountains at Chinook Fest (photos)
  • Feds lessen paperwork burden on college bound students who are homeless
  • Volkswagen to pay $26M to WA consumers
  • Colors of summer (photo)
  • Pioneer Days 2016 (photos)
  • Hoops installed at new Cle Elum basketball court (photo)
  • Spokane teen injured falling asleep at wheel
  • Vancouver woman injured after hitting I-90 guardrail
  • Ronald woman injured in rollover
  • Washington residents among recipients of $25 Million U of Idaho Scholarships
  • USDA to help rural small businesses boost renewable energy use
  • Healthcare provider changes name


  • Frankly Speaking – Wilted no more!
  • Plan Washington Says: Our timber industry needs more glulam
  • Governor’s committee recruits advocates for people with disabilities.
  • McDonald’s corporation opts to filter adult content from its public Wi-Fi


  • Verna Leola Lund Mattielli
  • Richard Willing Miller


  • Clean Snowmobile Challenge recap (photos)
  • Old Ronald School 100th Anniversary and Ronald’s Reunion are two different events
  • Japanese beetle traps deployed in Cle Elum
  • Take a ‘Trib’ Around the World – Jennifer Porter in Alaska
  • Dorn approves English course equivalency
  • Snohomish man seeking identities of two men who helped him 30 years ago
  • Free shingles vaccine now available here
  • Water banking web page goes live
  • Yakima Basin Water Supply July Forecast is good news
  • Relay for Life 2016 Purple Pages: Survivor Steve Sowers participates in Relay to help others with cancer understand that there’s still hope (photo); Proven weapon in your fight against cancer: Your happy place; Captains, Teams & Totals (photos); Kickin’ it – Fire Departments give cancer the “boot” (photo); Cold caps show promise in preventing hair loss; Sherri Ott explains ‘what else’ it takes to beat cancer (photo); Why you should plug into the Cancer Action Network (photo); A special luminaria from the Tribune’s archives (photos); Battle report on cancer research; Luminaria: lights shining on the journey


  • Andrus picks up medals for javelin in summer (photo)
  • Kids gearing up for inaugural NFL Flag Football season beginning in August
  • Horseshoes – a favorite with the locals at Pioneer Days (photos)
  • Cle Elum’s Tanner Mickelson Inducted into Honor Society
  • Warrior athletes encouraged to use open gym this summer
  • EWU Spring 2016 Dean’s List
  • Roslyn Riders Play Day entertains at Pioneer Days (photos)
  • UKC 9-Ball Pool League