July 19, 2018 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

FRONT PAGE NEWS:

  • World Premiere, The Real D.B. Cooper – (photo)
  • County to create Upper County Traffic Task Force Group
  • Dog days of summer – (Photo)
  • National Forest Campfire restrictions in effect

STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:

  • Cable outrages in Easton area explained
  • County Commissioners call for road standards review committee
  • Wright appointed new Kittitas County Commissioner – (Photo)
  • Cle Elum Public Works Dept. aims to beat potholes – (Photo)
  • Court rules in favor of the county in two-year code violation case
  • City of Cle Elum acquires more parking space
  • Draft Record of Decision for mountain goat management plan released – (photo)
  • Roslyn prohibits outdoor water use
  • Alzheimer’s Assoc. recruiting volunteer facilitators

VOICES:

  • Frankly Speaking: “Now Playing” and “Coming Soon” on the Market Marquee– (photos)
  • Letter: Buy Work Sell – Steve Owens, Cle Elum
  • Letter: Letter to Kittitas County Commissioners – Ann Lewis, Lake Kachess
  • Letter: Is Neither of the Above – Dave Hurwitz, Cle Elum

COMMUNITY:

  • Rodeo Clown Randee Munns signed up for the Roundup – (photo)
  • National Anthem singers named – (photos)
  • Cruise Cle Elum Car and Motorcycle Show Aug. 18
  • Coal Ministries Summer Food Program in full swing – (photo)
  • Croatian Picnic sets the table this Saturday – (photo)
  • Mystery mushroom identified – (photos)
  • Class of 1943 celebrates 75 years – (photo)
  • Events on the horizon
  • BLM orders fire restrictions in Eastern WA
  • Community Builders 13th Annual Prize Ride on for August 11 – (photo)
  • Snake safety and snake bites – Seasonal health alert
  • Pioneer Days 2018: Roslyn Rider Play Day fun – (photos). Kiwanis Fishing Derby results – (photos), Cornhole Tourney Champs – (Photo), Boccie Ball results – (photos), Memorial Horseshoe Tournament Play – (photos)
  • Boulet Productions sweet melodrama – (photos)

OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES:

  • Millie Radonovich

SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • Thorp School assistant principal moving to Wyoming – (photo)
  • After 13 years, Eric Wickwire resigns – (photo)
  • How to prevent sports injuries in young athletes
  • Strahm makes Dean’s List
  • Cle Elum resident earns degree from WGU
  • Upper Kittitas County 9-Ball Pool League standings
  • Locals place at Sprint Triathlon

 

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