Gib Rushton named King Coal 2014-ceremony held at the Roslyn Coal Miners Memorial-front page/A8-photos.

Park and Recreation board blocks motion to dissolve-votes for 60 day reprieve-front page.

Authorities on hunt for poacher-two deer shot with arrows-front page.

Sep. 8: County calls for county lodging grant applications-who gets share of $230,000-plus.

Jeff Fetterer nabs ‘Bull of the Woods’ second year in a row-at High Country Log Show-page B1-photo essay.


  • You can comment on Kittitas County Road plans.
  • Kiwanis monuments home at last.
  • State’s set aside of Title I dollars a non-issue at Cle Elum-Roslyn School District.


  • Frankly Speaking-Gad Zukes!
  • $20M mixed use Snoqualmie Pass project taking shape.
  • Some wildland fire roadblocks removed.
  • Value forms mailed to property owners.
  • Truck driver charged with negligent driving.
  • Open ouse cancelled, hearing scheduled.
  • Roadway extension almost complete.


  • Family seeks information on missing son.
  • 10th Anniversary of Birds of North America Online.
  • International visitors.
  • McGuire art: MacGyver-esque or Upper Kittitas County-esque?
  • Check your lotto ticket, millionaire still out there.
  • ‘Riding the Wind-and a pedal tractor, unicycle, ferris wheel and even a camel-at the Fair.
  • Douglas Munro book hits stores this month.
  • Students head back to class.
  • British Isles heritage celebrated.
  • DNR permits campfires east of Cascade Crest.


  • Linda (Jimmie) Lee Craven Cornelius.

Sports & School:

  • Bobcat eight-man football program cranks it up.
  • Brief Introduction Henderson and Jensen.
  • High school sports games begin this week.
  • Parker brings Swaziland to Easton.
  • Deneen back in town after first round of training.
  • Pushing through a 100-mile race was fun for Ellensburg’s Hashimoto.
  • Carriage drivers enjoy horse park.
  • Still on the Radar-Ryan Tate.