March 21, 2019 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

FRONT PAGE NEWS:

  • Greenway garners coveted federal designation: ‘National Heritage Area’  – (photo)
  • Governor signs bill moving Washington’s Presidential Primary date to March
  • Four reason why you should attend the April 2 meeting at Cle Elum City Hall
  • Student Art Walk in Roslyn this weekend – (photo)

STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:

  • Final EIS for Kachess and Keechelus projects published
  • Your legislators host Town Hall tomorrow
  • WA State Patrol launches bump stock buy-back program
  • County Health Dept awarded $300K grant
  • Rise and shine into the fog – (photo)
  • Ferguson and Inslee respond to sheriffs opposed to enforcing I-1639
  • Franz announces WA’s first solar farm lease on state trust lands
  • Kittitas Co. Deputy killed in line of duty
  • Washington Apples to receive $8.5M to mitigate tariffs
  • Buttons the elk finds a new home at Woodland Park Zoo – (photos)

VOICES:

  • Frankly Speaking: Will the REAL Reuben Sandwich please stand up?– (photo)
  • Letters: Scrapbook worthy news – Ann Kelly – Bellevue, WA
  • Letters: ‘My heart is still there’ – Odell Clymer – Olympia, WA
  • Letters: Keep it up! – Edith Addington – Seattle, WA
  • News from Olympia: Native American Voting Rights Act signed into law – (photo), Lawmakers consider extending eviction process timeline

COMMUNITY:

  • Unusual Livelihood: Selling 50 tons of antlers a year – (photo)
  • Series: Getting to know the folks at CDS, Meet Calvana Carper- (photo)
  • Clarification from SHIBA
  • Birth: Shania Marie James – (photo)
  • Chelan student to represent NCW at Spelling Bee
  • Harmon, Helvey and Denherder win Grange’s Chili Challenge – (photo)
  • Owens Meats sponsored third place finisher in the Iditarod
  • IRS waives estimated tax penalty for farmers, fisherman filing returns and paying tax by April 15
  • From garden to bouquet, Growing Your Own Cut Flowers  – (photo)
  • Help young Tavish McCosh – (photo)
  • ‘Supply trains’ arrive at the Hopesource Food Bank – (photos)
  • People helping people is a decades long war cry at the Cle Elum Eagles Club

OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES:

SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • State Champs! Little Lady Warriors rock the hardwood – (photo)
  • Easton Jags sail over Moses Lake Christian in season opener
  • Governor Jay Inslee appoints De. Susana Reyes to the State Board of Education
  • Warriors hit the softball diamond for preseason doubleheader
  • Sign up today for Earth Day
  • Local contest calls for student artist
  • Character Strong: March Leaders of the month – (photo)
  • Senior Mixed Bowling League February 20, 2019
  • UKC Men’s & Women’s 8-ball Pool Leagues
  • Student Athlete of the week -Brennan Maletzke – Cle Elum-Roslyn High School – (photo)
  • Spotlight Student of the week – Kiera Hyatt – Easton School – (photo)

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