November 29, 2018 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

FRONT PAGE NEWS:

  • Finalists for 2019 Lodging Tax Grant awards recommended
  • Roslyn City Tree lights amped up – (photo)
  • One Injured in collision near Snoqualmie Pass
  • Is Washington’s gas tax on Endangered Species List? – (photo)

STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:

  • First statewide agency to host artist-in-residence
  • Briefs filed challenging National Monument reductions
  • Activate your local shopping radar
  • Roslyn Rolls out new sidewalks downtown – (photo)
  • Rainbow Connection – (photo)
  • Dept. of Natural Resources to hire 550 Seasonal Firefighters, application process opens for summer employment
  • Holiday travelers take scenic winter route – (photo)
  • Consolidated Lodging Tax Work Group – (photo)
  • City Firefighters train the night before Thanksgiving – (photos)
  • Outdoor music coming to Cle Elum downtown district – (photo)
  • Events on the horizon
  • Christmas tree permit sales up
  • Snow Report
  • Roslyn city tree lights amped up this year – (photos)

VOICES:

  • Frankly Speaking: ‘Tis the season for potlucks! Let’s get dressed, not stressed
  • LETTER: Early Christmas lights intended to bring smiles – Bob & Joyce Davis – Cle Elum
  • LETTER: Alliance requests support at appeal hearing  –  Jerry Martens – Cle Elum
  • LETTER: Wonder what rights you have to publicly celebrate Christmas in Schools, work and government? – Brad Dacus, Esq. -Founder and President, Pacific Justice Institute
  • LETTER: EPA Proposal to reverse Clean Power Plan would be harmful to human health and environment – Attorney General Bob Ferguson – Olympia

COMMUNITY:

  • Self taught backcountry photographer Scott Seymour – (photos)
  • Nana’s Naughty Nickers revealed on stage in January
  • Meet Local authors at book signing this weekend – (photos)
  • Kiwanis Christmas tree Fundraiser – (photo)
  • Suncadia Rolls out holiday fun – (photo)
  • Input sought on latest proposal to change overtime rules
  • December Quilt exhibit – (photo)
  • Putnam Centennial Center gives back – (photos)
  • Do you know a teenage ‘Community Superstar’?
  • Cops, kids, and firefighters WANT YOU
  • Local police protect and ‘serve’ – (photos)
  • First-ever bull elk, and an aging veteran still full of fight – (photos)
  • An outpouring of turkeys for the food bank – (photo)
  • Workmates and CERHS alumni want you to rally with them for Kim Glondo – (photo)
  • Heritage Law hosts Photos with Santa – (photo)
  • Take a ‘Trib’ Around the World – (photo)
  • New in town: Meet Noah Anderson – (photo)
  • New program in Roslyn brings artists and kids together

OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES:

SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • VFW awards contest winners, names Teachers of the Year – (photo)
  • WIAA 1A football championship this Saturday
  • Easton’s Lady Jags ready to hit the hardwood
  • Senior Mixed Bowling League
  • School Lunch
  • Student Athletes of the week – Faith Wersland – Cle Elum-Roslyn Swimmer – (photo)
  • Spotlight Student of the week – Karter Larimer – Cle Elum-Roslyn High School- (photo)

 

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