January 31, 2019 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

FRONT PAGE NEWS:

  •  Cle Elum Roundup 2019 Queens Crowned (photos)
  • Q&A on Cle Elum-Roslyn School Board’s move to create At-Large positions
  • Tuesday afternoon power outage stalls most of Cle Elum (photo)
  • WA. State distracted driving study reveals decrease in cell phone us
  • Confirmed cases of measles in Washington

STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:

  • Federal judge blocks Trump Administration birth control rule in WA and 12 other states
  • Snow Report
  • Cle Elum snowmobiler rescued near Sasse Mountain on Jan. 24 (photo)
  • Speaker Chopp: the 2019 legislature is most diverse in state history (photo)
  • Kittitas County’s 2019 Public Health Budget is a go (photo)
  • Porterfield named new Kittitas Valley Event Center Director (photo)
  • Kreidler urges protection of insurance policies for federal workers affected by shutdown
  • PSE moves to raise electric and natural gas rates
  • USFS statement about the shutdown
  • Winter Horse Play (photo)
  • WIAA assembly approves classification amendments for schools
  • Snowmobilers convene for fun – and to support our youth (photo)
  • Snowmobile History (photo)
  • Ecology adopts new method for testing water quality
  • Big Changes at the Crystal Springs Sno-Park, I-90 Exit 62 (photo)

VOICES:

  • Frankly Speaking: BRRRRR! Splurge with a warm up on National Hot Chocolate Day – (photo)
  • LETTERS: Re: Cle Elum Roslyn School District Levy – Dawn Bass – Cle Elum
  • LETTERS: Kittitas County is the worst for getting building permits – John Sandifer, Mineral Springs Resort – Seattle WA
  • LETTERS: What Exxon knew and when – Barry Brunson – Cle Elum
  • Seeking to make Opioid overdose medication easier to access for schools

COMMUNITY:

  • Another Upper County baby born in a motor vehicle (photos)
  • Yakama Cares grant program calls for applicants
  • Selections of their collections, a High Country Artist exhibit (photos)
  • Great Backyard Bird Count should be ‘finchy’ and fun (photo)
  • How to brighten your home with houseplants that bloom
  • Doty, Orr, Hink and Singh named leaders of the month (photo)
  • REMINDER: Feb. 13 blood drive
  • Changes in Medicaid take on whole-person approach
  • Galloway named for lifetime achievement award (photo)
  • I Have a Dream Dinner raises $5,000 for after-school and summer recreation programs (photos)
  • Cle Elum-Roslyn FBLA qualifies for state (photo)
  • Roslyn Eagles holds fundraiser (photo)
  • House, Senate introduce bills to raise federal minimum wage
  • Super Blood Wolf Moon Eclipse of 2019 (photo)

OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES:

SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • With 24 wins, Moen positioned for biggest postseason of his career (photos)
  • Lady Warriors moving on to districts! (photos)
  • UKC Men’s & Women’s 8-ball Pool League
  • Cle Elum Warrior basketball program celebrates seniors (photos)
  • One more battle for Warrior Boys
  • Easton Jags still looking for first season win
  • Senior Mixed Bowling League
  • WA 2018 graduation rate breaks record
  • Student Athlete of the week – Hallee Hink – Cle Elum-Roslyn High School – (photo)
  • Spotlight Student of the week – Charlie Martin – Cle Elum-Roslyn High School – (photo)

 

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