May 10, 2018 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

FRONT PAGE NEWS:

  • Elk involved in back-to-back accidents on I-90 – (Photo)
  • Wildfire training burn on for this weekend
  • Juvenile vandals create a mess in Cle Elum
  • Roslyn launches fire-adapted community initiative on May 5
  • County survey seeks input on river use and access
  • Get intimate with the shrub-steppe this weekend – (Photo)

STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:

  • DEA goes after unused pills
  • Apply supply report
  • Deadline to apply for special hunt permits
  • National park tourism contributes $677M to WA State’s economy
  • Cascades Volcano Observatory Open House
  • Census Bureau begins economic census
  • Trailer truck accident causes I-90 delays – (Photo)
  • Kittitas County public hearing to consider fee schedule and code changes next week
  • Henderson to run for second term as Kittitas County Coroner – (Photo)
  • Local school districts using technology to help make campuses more safe
  • Rep. Tom Dent to run another term
  • Downtown Cle Elum Spring Cleaning – (Photo)
  • Hearing to consider proposed solar regulations is May 22
  • WDFW finds elk hoof disease in eastern Washington
  • PSE passes federal tax cut savings to customers
  • Putnam Centennial Center solar panels installed – (Photos)
  • First breeding Wolverine east of Mt. Rainer documented
  • Ranger District hires U.S. Marine Reserve veteran Lee Ellis – (Photo)

 

VOICES:

  • Frankly Speaking: Grow a Garden, Grow a Community
  • LETTERS: Save Lake Kachess, Voters who voted port district down are not stupid

COMMUNITY:

  • Paulson named ‘Mother o f the Year’ – (Photo)
  • About Mother’s Day and Mothers
  • Letter Carriers’ 26th Annual Food Drive this Saturday
  • Bird Fest slated for May 11-13
  • Upper County residents circle the wagons around Jim Maxwell- (Photo)
  • Molly Morrow named Cle Elum PRCA Roundup event photographer – (Photo)
  • Plant sales bloom May 19
  • Cattleman of the Year Filed Day this weekend
  • Kittitas Co. Public Health to gauge knowledge about HPV vaccinations
  • Easton welcomes new pastor – (Photos)
  • Dr. Fred, animal whisperer and ‘Force of Nature’ – (Photo)

OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES:

SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • Play Ball! – (Photos)
  • Warrior girls sweep Nachess, eyes on state – (Photo)
  • Marquette still on a roll
  • Sure Shot: Warrior track stars going to state – (Photo)
  • Warrior baseball wraps 2018 with a memory maker – (Photo)
  • Easton track & field athletes looking forward to state
  • School lunch
  • Student Athletes of the week – Brennan Maletzke – Cle Elum-Roslyn High School – (photo)
  • Spotlight Student of the week -Conner Hilberg- Cle Elum-Roslyn High School – (photo)

 

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