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!
OLGA NEWTON to reign as 2011 Pioneer Queen: Following in her mothers’ footsteps (Queen Olga, 1980) Ms. Newton wears the crown thirty-one years later. Front page.
Bullying, texting and sexting to be addressed in school presentations: One for parents, one for high schoolers and one for middle schoolers. Times, place and overview of the issue on the front page and A6.
Slip-lining proposed for Westside Road water main: With nearly 7500 feet of pipe needing replaced the various forms of slip lining are currently under investigation. Details beginning on the front page and continue to page A7.
Rotary Club to seed community garden project: Rising fresh food prices are serving as incentive in the community for this practical opportunity for those who don’t have space to home garden. Page A2
Frankly Speaking: on Tortillas! Page A4
An idea becomes reality as Fire District 7 opens two new stations: Full page article and photo coverage of the two new facilities. Page A5
Deneen Triumphs as U.S. CHAMPIONSHIP: Follow Patrick’s comments on life as a skier, his stiffest competitor and plans for next year. Page B1
- April 2011 calendar
- Biggest problems facing small business may be small business: Board member message by Ron Dalle
- Who will fund $3,500 Pioneer Days Fireworks?
- Buy promotional space on recreational map
OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK’S NKC TRIBUNE:
- Storefront Studio returns to Roslyn Friday
- Studded tire deadline extended through April 7
- Fourth Street issues: New runoff or Mother Nature at work?
- Crews clear I-90 rockslide
- Mayor in Japan thanks Kittitas County
SPORTS & SCHOOL:
- Academic Student of the Weeks: Corinne Headman
- Athlete of the Week: Karissa Boyd
- Easton Archers excel at State
- AAU 8th Grade Hawkeye’s undefeated!