July 12, 2018 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

FRONT PAGE NEWS:

  • Lower Kittitas County wildfires keeping first responders busy – (photos)
  • Roslyn city bans outdoor watering
  • Primary Election is Aug. 7; ballots mailed out  next week, A6
  • Open House for Upper Kittitas County road maintenance shop project, July 18
  • Small wildfire near Cle Elum contained
  • New Cle Elum, Washington banners hung – (photo)

STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:

  • WORLD PREMIERE IN CLE ELUM: D.B. Cooper documentary: Interview with filmmaker Dirk Wierenga – (photos)
  • Bears 9, Humans 1 – cinnamon-colored black bear trapped in Ronald and relocated – (photo)
  • Cle Elum Brews, Blues and BBQ kicks off Friday, July 13
  • Wildire in Ronald July 3 contained
  • Cle Elum City seeks comments on Comprehensive Plan Amendment
  • WA State Attorney General Bob Ferguson asks federal court t accelerate family separation case
  • Citizens sought for Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest Resource Advisory Committee vacancies
  • A good night for cows to take a stroll in downtown Cle Elum – (photo)
  • Ranch Roping event held at WA State Horse Park in Cle Elum – (photo)
  • Cle Elum water-filling station upgrades – (photo)

VOICES:

  • Frankly Speaking: Let’s cook up a Farmer’s Market Special – BORSCHT – (photos)
  • Letter: Teanaway insurance rating unacceptable – Jewell Wagner, Teanaway
  • Letter: Save Kachess: Lake or Reservoir? – Ann Lewis, Lake Kachess
  • Open Letter: Another hit on affordable healthcare – Mike Kreidler, WA State Insurance Commisioner

COMMUNITY:

  • Keegan Wilder [young cancer patient] returns home; fundraiser in Easton July 14 – (photo)
  • Roslyn Farmers Market manager Sky Stahl steps down – (photo)
  • Free community workshop on ‘Preserving Your Family’s Treasures’
  • Pioneer Days Grand Parade Winners – (photos)
  • Fire closures extended for restoration at Wenas and Whiskey Dick
  • Bands line up for Cle Elum Roundup – (photos)
  • Triple Shot 3-on-3 Basketball Tourney Cle Elum results – (photos)

OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES:

  • Rebecca “Becky” (Layson) LeSure, 1953 – 2018

SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • Eva Coby earns Taekwondo black belt – (photo)
  • Cle Elum-Roslyn High School student Anika Jarquin creates ‘Runner Stumbles’ race award plaques – (photo)
  • Runner Stumbles race results for 2018 – (photo)
  • Paris Sanders makes Dean’s List at Multnomah University
  • Free trip to Japan for a marathon runner
  • Upper Kittitas County 9-Ball Pool League standings
  • Cle Elum-Roslyn School Girls Volleyball camp scheduled next week
  • Hunter education classes coming to Cle Elum in July; hosted by Cascade Field & Stream Club
  • 20-mile Snoqualmie Tunnel Bike Ride  is July 21; hosted by Mountains to Sound Greenway
  • Pathway to AmeriCorps environmental careers open

 

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