WHERE’S THE NEWS? IT’S IN OUR PRINTED NEWSPAPER ON STANDS, IN STORES AND AT THE NKC TRIBUNE NEWSPAPER AND OFFICE SUPPLY STORE IN DAVIS PLAZA (BEHIND SAFEWAY) – NEW EVERY THURSDAY!
I-90 bus crash leaves two dead, 21 injured: Another unrelated accident a day later and just six miles farther down the highway takes the life of a 15 yr old from Yakima. Details of both accidents on the front page.
Solar farm bill dies in special session: Teanaway Solar Reserve determines to change approach and doesn’t yet rule out the possibility of breaking ground this year. Front page and A8
Rescue near Cougar Gulch: two four-wheeler enthusiasts spend night in the woods waiting for help from the USFS and a jeep club. Page A2
Frankly Speaking: on Gleaning in the upper county – time to plan. Page A4
RSVP, Red Cross and County EMS in Cle Elum with a show of volunteerism: Three entities bringing three services benefiting all age groups. Page A5
Memorial Day in Roslyn: CERSD Superintendent Mark Flatau, “We are surrounded by heroes.” Coverage and photos of this years ceremonial traditions on Page A9.
Hit the trail and hang on to your tails – it’s a long way to Idaho!: John Wayne Pioneer Wagons and Riders Association 30th Anniversary Ride
OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK’S NKC TRIBUNE:
- Cle Elum Council amends 2011 budget
- Easton kicks-off summer with Memorial Day Celebration
- 1955 Chevy Convertible wins ‘Best in Show’.
- ‘Pie-ing’ of politicians raises funds for Thorp Mill
SCHOOL & SPORTS:
- Academic Student of the Week: Meghan Bernard-Johnson
- Athlete of the Week: Dani Sweigard
- Congratulations Warriors on a great 2011 Spring Season! Photo spread of various teams, page B7
- CERHS & Thorp track stars show well at Districts & State
- District champ Iacolucci finishes seventh at state
- ‘Iron Man Bramen’ hasn’t missed a day of school in six years
- ‘Happily Ever After’ at the Prom: photo of Easton-Thorp Prom royal court.
- When the clock strikes – you: Thorp school district presents DUI prevention program.
- Thorp School comes alive with music and art
- Easton & Thorp students wrap senior projects