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Solar trash compactor debuts on First Street: High tech hits… garbage collection. A trash receptacle on 1st st that will call for relief when full. Front page.
Teanaway Wolf Pack confirmed: A nursing female confirms the presence of an endangered species returning to the state from where it disappeared decades ago. Front page and A10
Frankly Speaking: about grungy grills. Meet the Greeny Grill Sergeant!
Relay for Life: It’s all about the survivors: This week-end is the second annual Upper County Relay for Life, hoping to raise $24K. This week’s NKC Tribune boasts a three page spread on last years relay with the history of the relay and specs on cancer itself. Pages A5,6&7
Memorial Park fireworks tragedy: Child loses hearing in one ear, mother suffers second-degree burns: The parents speak out at Tuesday nights city council meeting in letter and person. Ferguson adds city’s response. Page A11
South Cle Elum readying for the countdown: Plans are coming together with still plenty of ways to help if interested. Also, an interview with South Cle Elum’s longest continuous resident, Carol Simpson. Page B1
Local firefighter lost ten years ago in Thirtymile Fire memorialized: Approx. 120 gathered at the Roslyn gravesite of firefighter Tom Craven to give honor and share memories. Photos and article on page B3
Rails-to-Ales 4th Annual Brewfest: Two full pages of coverage including photos, thank you’s and the People’s Choice winner of brew. Pages B6&7
Fourth of July Week-end Celebration: LOTS of photos depicting the Runner Stumbles, Tug-o-War, Roslyn Riders Play Day, Fishing Derby’s, the Ping Pong ball drop and so much more. Pages B8&9
OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK’S NKC TRIBUNE:
Fire Station 291 sounds alarm for Saturday opening
Rep. Bill Hinkle says he won’t run for re-election in 2012
Tire flies off horse trailer injuring one motorist
Driver falls asleep on I-90
Rollover on I-90
Bizarre hit and run in Roslyn
(Cheryl) Burkley alive and well a year after alert paramedic saved her life
(Amanda) Anderson granted Swauk Teanaway Grange Scholarship
State Babe Ruth softball tourney ended Sunday with a thorn and a rose