November 22, 2018 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

FRONT PAGE NEWS:

  • Historic Preservation Commission needs you
  • Nov. 27 public hearing not so much about the mayor’s raise, it’s why
  • Negotiations with CERSD classified Staff conclude, next step is mediation
  • Craig Mabie gifted with ‘Key to City’ – (photo)

STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:

  • Woolsey Fire destroys historic California movie set – (photos)
  • Changing of the Seasons – (photo)
  • Don’t be a yokel, shop local
  • Retail sales hit $42.7 billion in second quarter
  • Census Bureau begins jobs recruiting for 2020 Census
  • … And the national awards, accolades keep rolling in for upper county author Philip Derrick – (photos)
  • Commissioner O’Brien reflects on legacy, retirement and unfinished business – (photo)
  • Cascade Field & Stream club shooting range improvement in progress – (photo)
  • Busted – (photo)
  • Nearly 2 million Washingtonians at risk of diabetes but majority don’t know
  • Franz lays out $90 million request for Orca, Salmon habitat budget request
  • Fish Black Friday for big rainbow trout
  • CWU strikes gold again when it comes to green construction – (photo)
  • House fire quickly contained- (photo)

VOICES:

  • Frankly Speaking: A food safe holiday is a fun holiday
  • LETTER: Message and tips from the county Fire Marshal about Thanksgiving and cooking safety – Patrick Nicholson – Kittitas County Fire Marshal
  • Fan Mail: Yakama Nation Fisheries appreciates article  –  Yakama Nation Fisheries
  • LETTER: Questions about wage increases in 2019 Cle Elum budget – Patricia Preston – Cle Elum

COMMUNITY:

  • Eagles Bazaar: The thousand-hour labor of love – (photos)
  • The ‘sweet’ Skittle painting project – (photos)
  • The veteran, humanitarian and volunteer in our midst – (photo)
  • Turkey and Thanksgiving Day fun facts- (photo)
  • Massive Old Glory unfurled at Veterans Day Assembly – (photos)
  • Five C’s to remember for open enrollment
  • New on Main Street: Getting to know JoDel – (photos)
  • Liz Coll joins Tribune Design Team – (photo)
  • Judge grants injunction against Fallen Hero Bracelets
  • Why the IRS is so aggressive with recent tax advisories

OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES:

SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • Memories of a paraprofessional – (photo)
  • Warrior girls basketball preparing to hit the hardwood
  • State Watch – Swimming, 1A Soccer, 1A Football
  • Still on the Radar: CERHS alumni living a dream come true – (photo)
  • Random acts of kindness rule at the high school – (photo)
  • Warrior wrestling: new coaches, new team
  • UKC Men’s & Women’s 8-Ball Pool League
  • Senior Mixed Bowling League
  • School Lunch
  • Student Athletes of the week – Naomi Baker – Cle Elum-Roslyn High School – (photo)
  • Spotlight Student of the week – Morgan Hurley – Swiftwater Learning Center – (photo)

 

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