May 31, 2018 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

FRONT PAGE NEWS:

  • Honoring their service and sacrifice – (Photo)
  • Graduations, concerts, scholarship night, last days of school
  • Accidental shooting claims life of 12-year-old girl
  • Kittitas County to hold public open house events for river access improvement plan
  • Putnam Center to dedicate newly installed solar panels
  • Second liquid asphalt spill this month – (Photo)

STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:

  • Horse Park exec updates Cle Elum city officials – (Photo)
  • Early morning crash on Salmon La Sac Road leaves two seriously injured – (Photos)
  • Nature Conservancy milestone for 46,000 acres of forest
  • Jeep accident hospitalizes three
  • County approves updates to Public Health fee schedule
  • Annual EMT class readied for the next step – (Photo)
  • Three candidates express interest in Commissioner’s seat  – (Photos)
  • HONORING THE MEMORY OF THOSE WHO SERVED – (Photos)
  • Youth Groups set flags for Memorial Day – (Photo)
  • Case management changes coming to Kittitas County Superior Court clerk’s office
  • Suncadia Fund for Community Enhancement and the grants keep coming
  • Washington State sues EPA
  • Seasonal Motorized trail closures lifted
  • Record crowd kicks-off summer season events – (Photos)

VOICES:

  • Frankly Speaking: Chives Part II: Make my take on Green Goddess Dressing
  • LETTERS: Dogs returned to family by Good Samaritans, What a year for Upper County women athletes

COMMUNITY:

  • CWU volcanologist and researcher aims to reveal Kilauea’s secrets – (Photo)
  • CWU musicians take the stage at Seattle’s Benaroya Hall – (Photo)
  • New art show at Basecamp opens next month – (Photo)
  • Register now for the Rotary golf tourney – (Photo)
  • Thorp School sisters featured in documentary
  • Take a ‘Trib’ around the world! – (Photos)
  • Cle Elum Roundup sponsors wound up about the rodeo this year
  • Annual Dinner & Auction raises money for Thorp Grist Mill – (Photos)
  • Red Hat Society rules the roost – (Photo)
  • Hopesource and partners recognized for helping homeless veterans
  • Summer program for kids starts next month

OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES:

  • Paul & Jane Russom Service

SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • CONGRATS WARRIORS on a Great 2018 Spring Season – (Photos)
  • Warrior track & field athletes return from state with Top Ten hardware – (Photos)
  • Fire trucks parade three teams headed for state through downtown Cle Elum – (Photos)
  • Elma cuts off the Warriors’ run on state championship- (Photos)
  • Chase Marquette takes 5th at state
  • Sun Country Men’s Golf Club teeing off well this season
  • UKC 9-Ball Pool
  • School lunch
  • Student Athletes of the week – Josie Razee – Easton School – (photo)
  • Spotlight Student of the week – Colton Houle – Easton School – (photo)

 

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