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!
HUMAN REMAINS UNEARTHED AT SUNCADIA NOW IDENTIFIED: Get a good close look of the forensic artist sketch and a family photo of Kerry M. Hardy-May on this weeks front page. Kerry’s family also gives a private interview. Front page and page A10
Meetings you’re not going to want to miss: All about the City Heights project proposed for 358 acres on the northern ridge overlooking Cle Elum. Front page.
Vintage trailer owners rally in Roslyn June 17-19: An invitation to tour the trailers on this week’s front page.
The nine (or so) lives of Roslyn’s Old City Hall: 100 years later it comes full circle. A look at the life and times of the building complete with then and now photos. Page A5
1934 USFS District Ranger home bought for a dollar: A history and future of the building and how it will continue to thrive as part of Cle Elum’s culture. Page A11
June 18-19 Region III Vaulting Championship still on: State Veterinarian and USDA update on the horse virus stating no need for anymore event cancellations. Page B1
OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK’S NKC TRIBUNE:
- Cascade Field & Stream hosts hunter education
- End of year school closings
- 2011 Candidate Filing Week begins
- Westside Road water main replacement slated for July
- I’m lost. How to prevent and handle a lost child situation.
- Luke Mezich Memorial Team Roping and barrel Race, June 17-19
SCHOOL & SPORTS:
- Six pages of congratulations and accomplishments for the seniors of Cle Elum-Roslyn, Easton and Thorp.
- Academic Student of the Week: Cassandra Gonzalez
- Athlete of the Week: Hailey Bator
- Risdon hammers last hit for a run around the bases