HEADLINES for the Week of September 17, 2015-Northern Kittitas County Tribune.

New water delivery project launches in Roslyn-with Ellensburg’s Advantage Dirt breaking ground-front page-photo.

Reclaimation awards $2.3 million contract for radial gate modifications at Cle Elum Dam-will allow for 3 foot increase of reservoir’s pool raise-front page.

It’s official-The water conservation movement is on east of the Cascades-front page.

Thorp Community Days 2015 comes together-Oct 2-3-front page.

I-90 east shut down for hours after pickup wedges underneath semi tanker-significant traffic impact-front page.


  • Wildlife watch.
  • Home market at Suncadia spiking
  • 4.0 Earthquake rattles North Bend on Saturday.
  • Construction project to start in South Cle Elum.
  • Cle Elum Council exploring options for new dog park.
  • Water mitigation and metering program public hearing cancelled.
  • Cougar sighting near Cle Elum-Roslyn School District campus.
  • Public forum to discuss new I-90 wildlife crossings.
  • New at the county seat: Nicole Pasi.
  • Umpqua Bank Charitable Foundation announces grant.
  • Second depredation tracked to Teanaway Wolf Pack.
  • Small wildfire breaks out near Masterson Road.
  • Man rescued on Rachel Lake Trail.
  • Deadline for Chamber contest Oct.9.
  • ‘Twindergarten Twins’ enter middle school.
  • CWU Helps local schools with Common Core-related testing.
  • Intelligence Agency Historian Reveals Secrets from Space Sept.19.
  • Naches Ranger District fire closure.
  • WDFW seeks input on status of snowy plovers, northern spotted owls.


  • Frankly Speaking-Roslyn Farmers Market ends first season in new location.
  • Hats Off-Cookies for firefighters and Tidying up for company.
  • What Would You Ask Cle Elum’s Mayoral CANDIDATES?
  • PLAY BALL! CERHS graduate and National Guard soldier Joshua Beal throws first pitch at Mariners game.


  • ‘Adventures in Ecuador Coming to Carpenter Memorial Library.
  • PSE to install generator at Putnam Centennial Center.
  • Threshing Bee this weekend.
  • Three days of shooting action at horse park this weekend.
  • Mental health First Aid training.
  • Kittitas County Fair and Ellensburg Rodeo excite crowds Labor Day Weekend.
  • Aronica to speak about Kittitas band of Native Americans.
  • Ellensburg Film Festival to show some winners.
  • Lithuanian Cemetery takes on a different look.
  • Inaugural Hospice fundraiser soars.
  • Blue Mass remembers 9-11 first responders.
  • HPV vaccine prevents cancer.


  • Edward Eugene Tazer.
  • Bonnie E. Filleau.


  • Football team battles Wahluke to 47-36 victory.
  • Soccer season starts with two wins.
  • CERHS Athlete of the Week-Dalton Hawk.
  • Volleyball goes 1-and-1 in opening week.
  • Warrior runners get first taste of action in Ellensburg.
  • Bobcats make a statement.
  • Grid Kid cheerleaders make history.
  • CERHS Student of the Week-Holly Terrill.