The Wild Run brightens Upper County on rainy day-joggers participate in first ever 55K-10K run-front page/A5-photos.

Task Force arrests Cle Elum man-Casey Rowe charged with numerous counts-front page.

Roslyn-Suncadia connector trail subcommittee launches first meeting-Scott Gray explained subcommittee’s charter-front page/A5.

Roslyn Farmers Market moves a block away-Makes room for Coal Miner’s Festival-front page.

Labor Day weekend and more fun on the way-Here’s a look at what’s coming your way-front page.

If you want to help victims of wildfires-donation information-front page.


  • Weekend rainstorm brings more challenges than drought relief.
  • Fire District 7 moving toward new chief in Jay Wiseman.
  • ARRF supporters raise thousands for shelter project during Nibbles and Sips event.
  • Public employees cell phones ruled public records.


  • Inland Networks Customer Appreciation.
  • Warehouse expansion.
  • New arrival in Roslyn.
  • Fond farewell to our Roslyn parade organizer.
  • Rats an issue in Ellensburg.
  • Deaths of three firefighters memorialized online.


  • Frankly Speaking-‘My tomatoes are NOT ripening and it’s a hot summer!’
  • Church brings the Word outside to the Park.
  • Letter-Elumwood should be condemned by the city-Harold Venables, Cle Elum.
  • Tribune Reporters sit down with Jim Eidemiller and Jay McGowan to ask them our Readers’ Questions on YOUR behalf. See directions to submit your questions on page A4.


  • Roslyn Art Festival-Photo Essay.
  • Prospectors explain why they hunt for gold.
  • 9th Annual Kids & Cops Celebration strengthens community relations.
  • Birth-Betty Jean Whisenhunt.
  • Friends since kindergarten.
  • Still on the Radar-Jake Gall.
  • Shapiro’s journey to the upper county.
  • Perpetuating the spirit of community.
  • Easton School welcomes Allenbaugh.


  • Hugh Dickson.
  • Alice M. Lindberg Powell.
  • Joseph M. Eberle.


  • Warriors football season begins tomorrow at Selah.
  • Volleyball team feels offseason work will lead to improved record in 2015.
  • Warriors soccer team bolstered by strong senior leaders.
  • New coaches, new team, new season for Bobcat volleyball.
  • Fall sports schedules.