Grazing practices in Teanaway under review – front page/A7 (photo)

Investigation of Snoqualmie Pass utility manager could end soon – front page

Cascade Rail Foundation spring cleanup events – front page/A7

Two ponds at I-90 Exit 71 in Easton temporarily closed – front page

Postage stamp prices down, cost to USPS: $2B – front page


  • WA Presidential Primary voting season underway
  • WDFW hopes to conduct controlled burns
  • Gypsy moth treatments to begin in western WA
  • Update on trust land timber sales
  • ‘Worst case scenario’ drill
  • Bill clarifies real estate excise tax exemption
  • $3.5M grants for wildfire recovery
  • Commission restricts baiting game
  • State Parks offers free day
  • Near normal snowpack in most of the West
  • Yakima woman injured in I-90 rollover near Cle Elum
  • KVH Virtual Care now available
  • Council to reinstate Library Board
  • Supreme Court hands down decision on districting
  • Health Department: public transportation has public health benefits
  • State elections division launches MyVote upgrade
  • Revenue trend shows Roslyn is cookin’ (photo)
  • A look back at an historic ruling in 1986 still an issue in 2016’s elections (photo)
  • Dent recaps Special Session
  • Prevent conflicts with hungry bears this spring
  • Salmon migration escalates with Sockeye release (photos)
  • Liquor and Cannabis Control Board revises marijuana rules
  • Governor signs trio of Warnick bills
  • Rundown on the State’s supplemental budget


  • Frankly Speaking – Frank’s Chive Talkin’
  • Local governments adopt sustainability plans
  • Gender Pay Gap still persists for Washington Women


  • Knockout Multiple Sclerosis (photo)
  • Get your passport at 2nd Annual Passport Day (photo)
  • Meet Suncadia’s Shawn Milburn (photo)
  • Ellensburg website gets Telly Award
  • Applications for AgForestry Leadership Program due soon
  • Living the High Life (photo)
  • ARRF event raises money to help pet owners (photos)
  • 133rd Army National Guard plays at the Grange (photo)
  • A River Runs through it, a new approach to marketing a region
  • CWU joins collaborative to educate more regional healthcare professionals
  • Educator professional learning standards bill is the law now


  • Warriors baseball opens league play with sweep over Goldendale (photos)
  • Ladies score over 50 runs in sweep over Goldendale (photo)
  • Girls rack up six First Place finishes in Royal track meet
  • Smith and Fudge finish in top ten (photos)
  • Roslyn’s Mark Neville to run the Boston Marathon (photo)
  • Suncadia multisport festival adds events
  • Local students make CWU honor roll for winter quarter
  • Athlete of the Week: Nick Kingham, Thorp School
  • Student of the Week: Zach Bronkhorst, Cle Elum-Roslyn High School