MARCH 29, 2018 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

FRONT PAGE NEWS:

  • Shar Davies named Pioneer Queen 2018 –  (Photo)
  • Water District 7 to address challenges
  • Community forests host public meeting April 12
  • Studded tire removal date extended to April 15
  • Do you want public transportation improved in Kittitas County?
  • Snow Report
  • Zempel in the race for another term as prosecuting attorney – (Photo)

STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:

  • WA garners $22M for sportsmen and conservation
  • Check your balance with the IRS online tool
  • Feds announce options for ocean salmon fisheries
  • Report sick or injured swans
  • State Parks announce two free days in April
  • Brush fire mystery on Peoh Point unsolved – (Photos)
  • County seeks volunteer for Wildland-Urban Interface committee
  • New e-mail addresses for Roslyn city staff and council
  • Extra patrols on the road in April
  • DOH and DSHS voice concern over Trump Administration’s SNAP proposal
  • Smokey’s scores high at national BBQ excellence awards event – (Photo)
  • Parkside Cafe changes ownership – (Photo)
  • Heritage Distilling Co. announces 506(c) Private Placement Offering
  • Cottage Cafe picks up award
  • Kittitas County Chamber awarded
  • Georgeson’s get signal home restoration can begin – (Photo)
  • Ferguson: Allowing local bans on marijuana sales works to protect voter approved I-502
  • KCFD-7 garners national Ready, Set, Go! award – (Photo)
  • Wyman says new elections laws improve voting access
  • Easter Church Directory

VOICES:

  • Frankly Speaking: From a not-so-FRENCH origin to modern takes on this DIP sandwich, 100 years later
  • LETTERS: The flag pole that refused to die, The paper your newspaper is printed on is under attack

COMMUNITY:

  • Sue Litchfield at Roslyn Museum March 21 for book signing – (Photo)
  • Open door health clinic named 2018 Public Health Champion
  • Take a “Trib” Around the World – (Photo)
  • Births: Nyla Ann Vukonich – (Photo)
  • Spring 2018 job and volunteer fair
  • Brothers meet for the first time…. ever – (Photo)
  • Kiwanis April Speaker Circuit
  • Upcoming Moosefest hosting t-shirt design contest
  • Carpenter Memorial Library to open Mondays
  • Four ways you can help your child deal with stress
  • 70 Years of Membership – (Photo)
  • Free community health worker training starts April 11
  • Lippert garners award – (Photo)
  • Smiling volunteers are the ones who made it happen – (Photos)

OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES:

SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • Easton archers on target at state – (Photo)
  • Weather trumps Warrior ball games
  • Marquette takes fourth at Wenatchee Invite – (Photo)
  • CER Track & Field athletes place well at Ephrata Invite
  • Jags compete at invitational
  • Little Lady Warriors Basketball
  • 10th Annual Student Art Walk colors Roslyn – (Photos)
  • Senior Mixed Bowling League
  • Student Athletes of the week – Madison Connell – Easton School – (photo)
  • Spotlight Student of the week -Leah Deline – Cle Elum-Roslyn High School – (photo)

 

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