Davis lands CE-R School District $350K grant funds: What this money will be used for and how quick it will be utilized is found on the front page of this week’s NKC Tribune.
City Councilmen draw the line in the sand: on the other side, Suncadia. The issue? Find details in a nutshell on the front page.
Preliminary plan for Cle Elum’s Town Square and Log Gazebo submitted for review: Follow the continuing process of bring to life this World’s Largest Log Gazebo. a trailhead hub being one of its many features. Front page.
Boot stompin’ fun at the Ellensburg Rodeo! Photo essay and the owing headlines on page A5
- Lloyd Ketchum is BULLFIGHTING again!
- Miss Rodeo Washington is in our backyard!
- The Cowboy Preacher
Community invited to free Harvest Festival at Suncadia: Family-friendly activities to benefit ARRF and United Way of Central Washington. Details of this two week-end event on page B1
HARD CACHE links international intrigue to Northern Kittitas County: Author Charles Neff signs copies of his book last week at Bailey’s Bibliomania and coming up at Suncadia’s Lodge. Meet the author on page B2
Who is it?: Can you identify the young woman in this photo found during the remodel of a Ronald home?
OTHER HEADLINES IN THIS WEEKS NKC TRIBUNE:
- Draft Memorandum of Agreement seeks to kickstart Upper County groundwater study.
- County Burn Ban lifted Sept. 10
- Cle Elum City Hall to be…surplus?
- Fifty Arabians highlight Horse Park’ second event
- upper County Fire Depts. honor Patriot Day
SCHOOL & SPORTS:
- Tim Hyde completes 1st 50-mile run
- Last year’s Cross-Country league champs ready for 2010
- CEHRS welcomes new hire Josh Kramer
- Middle School welcomes Danae Yount
- CE_R Football faces Chelan on Friday
- CE-R High School Volleyball at the net
- New soccer coaches at the helm for Cle Elum
- Walter Strom Middle School 2010 Fall Sports Schedule