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Supreme Court ruling ‘puts an exclamation point’ on basic education: Local school officials from Thorp to Easton and points in between, weigh in on the decision. Front page.
Managing director says furloughs at Suncadia track with industry strategies: Roger Beck gives an overview of the situation that called for furloughs and what employees and the community can hope to see as the months march into spring and summer. Front page.
Cle Elum Ranger District enforces compliance with winter recreationists: Parks rangers report on the number of tickets issued and where, re parking permits and snowmobile tabs. Front page.
Upper County District Courthouse officially anchors in homeport Cle Elum: Which building was purchased, for how much, and where did the police station go? Answers to these burning questions on the front page of this week’s NKC Tribune.
Do snowplaow logs reveal this winter might track with 2004-05’s?: What does NOAA and local snowplow operators say about this winter weather? Page A2
Frankly Speaking about good foods: ‘Best Before’, ‘Use by’ and what if it expires? Hey Frank, is it safe to eat? Page A4
Autopsy reveals that Crystal Creek body was likely struck by vehicle: Current update of the situation and more on the story as it develops. Page A5
Cle Elum Council authorizes settlement with East First Street salvage business: After several years of locking horns the City and owner of Cle Elum Trading Post have reached an agreement. What is it? Find out on page A5
Crabby plates Happy people: 450 crabs make biggest Centennial Center Fundraiser a cracking good time. Coverage on page B1
Skyriders host poker run: Sky Meadows offered spectacular backdrop for over 60 riders and their families. Coverage on page B4
OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK’S NKC TRIBUNE
- Crankovich assumes board chair through final year in office
- 253 drivers arrested for DUI over week-end
- Holiday Penny Drive nets thousands in coins
- Flanagan gets kudos from ROTC chairman
- Snowmobile Safety Week upon us
SPORTS & SCHOOL
- Athlete of the Week: Carlee Creager
- Student of the Week: Kailynn Whiting
- Four Warriors place third in Naches Tournament
- Warrior Country Intent to Invent, by Abe Silvestri, CERSD Athletic Director
- Easton Lady Jags face the Devils with a small team
- Thorp Tigers fall to Wolverines
- Cornell vs Highland game sparks controversy
- Wrestlers host Granger & Zillah
- Zillah Leopards roll Warriors