June 21, 2018 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

FRONT PAGE NEWS:

  • 2018 Pioneer Days Queen Coronation this weekend – (Photo)
  • With wildfire season underway and higher temps on the horizon, Franz urges caution
  • Vehicle weight limits set for Boulder Creek and French Cabin Creek Bridges – (Photo)
  • Snoqualmie Pass Utility District calls for temporary moratorium on water
  • Call for comments on new Upper County Maintenance Facility sited in Cle Elum

STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:

  • Mystery mushroom punches through asphalt – (Photo)
  • Stunning new In Saturn’s Rings space film opens
  • Share impacts of Trump’s family separation policy
  • Second annual Teanaway Community Forest Work Party and Celebration
  • In 2020: REAL ID Law goes into affect
  • Law and Justice Grants available
  • Dog rescued from China goes missing at Indian John Hill – (Photos)
  • Suncadia homeowners join crew for Habitat House 18 – (Photo)
  • Habitat helps Hospice Friends – (Photo)
  • New hotel in Roslyn proposed two years ago breaks ground – (Photo)
  • Motorcyclist airlifted after accident on I-90
  • Search and Rescue team responds to an injured hiker in the Teanaway – (Photo)
  • Public hearing on Cle Elum’s marijuana regulations is June 26
  • Proposed amendment to Cle Elum Municipal Code
  • Maintenance planned for Forest Service Taneum Creek Road
  • County calls for volunteers
  • County Republican Party announces preference for Jewell’s replacement – (Photo)
  • Call for public comment on proposed Tuusso solar arrays project
  • Phillips to pay $7M for price-fixing scheme affecting millions of Washingtonians
  • Canine Festival fun this weekend
  • Meet Dani Gamble *Cle Elum Roundup Board Closeup* – (Photos)
  • West Nile Virus Returns to Grant County

VOICES:

  • Frankly Speaking: Rock ‘n Roll with Rhubarb
  • Voices: Goodbye Pre-existing conditions, Murray blast Trump on Canada, Mexico and EU tariffs

COMMUNITY:

  • Farmers Market Focus, Mother, biologist and urban farmer – (Photos)
  • Friday, June 22nd Last day to register floats for the Pioneer Days Parade
  • Pedal ‘n Pints this weekend
  • After examining the evidence, investigator states D.B. Cooper is Walter Reca – (Photos)
  • Firefighters Fundraiser Silent auction items needed for July 14 event
  • New display at the Telephone Museum comes with stories – (Photo)
  • CERHS garners $16,000 grant
  • Rodeo City Radio Club hosts a field day this month
  • Class of 1943 to host reunion
  • Laying tracks for future exhibits – (Photos)
  • Explosive Detection K9 class graduation
  • Libraries begin summer reading programs next week
  • Take a ‘Trib’ around the World – (Photos)

OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES:

SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • Pendley retires from Thorp School – (Photo)
  • Cle Elum-Roslyn High School HONOR ROLL
  • Easton Jaguar archers excel at Worlds – (Photo)
  • Thorp School graduating Class of 2018: two seniors – (Photos)
  • CERHS athletes, coaches and teams awarded
  • Ozanich graduation announced – (Photo)
  • UKC 9-Ball Pool
  • School is out, Community Builders summer program kicks in

 

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