• Homecoming Royals Crowned – (photo)
  • Proposed amendments to city zoning ordinances and maps in public process
  • New legislation eliminates daily Sno-Park/Discover Pass combination and adds snow bike designation
  • Community Builders Fall Festival
  • Proposal for 824-acre housing, RV, business park development in Cle Elum airs on Oct.23


  • Most popular hunting seasons of the year opened Oct. 12
  • Eyman associates ordered to pay $1 million in AG campaign finance case
  • Cle Elum’s 1.7-acre cemetery expansion project takes another step forward – (photo)
  • Improvements to city park hinge on grant award
  • Trailside Homes announced two new developments in Cle Elum
  • No Grizzly bears in the North Cascades – (photos)
  • Autonomous vehicle policy and road usage focus of WA State Transportation Commission meeting
  • CEDA announces Halloween window contest
  • Mountain Lions Club working to build a new city dog park – (photos)
  • BLM updates mineral cost recovery fee schedule
  • Drivers escape injury in collision east of Cle Elum – (photo)
  • Tribune Rewind…
  • State regulators green-light nearly $1.5 million for rail safety upgrades
  • WA individual health insurance market grows to 13 insurers with an average rate decrease
  • Emergency rules passed to address lung injury associated with vaping
  • AG Ferguson files new campaign finance lawsuit
  • WDFW seeks SEPA public comment pn Cooke Aquaculture farming of rainbow trout/steelhead
  • Two cases of Salmonella illness linked to pet turtle contact in WA


  • Frankly Speaking: Last Dance! Bid a fond farewell to your gardens – (photo)
  • LETTERS: Appreciates Tribune support – The Recovery Picnic Committee
  • LETTERS: Thought on Cory Wright – Steve Verhey – Chair Kittitas County Democratic Party Chair
  • LETTERS: Easton School capital levy – now is the time to renovate – Jim Fossett – Cle Elum
  • LETTERS: More information on the danger of 5G cell towers – Christine Burleigh – Your neighbor in Easton
  • LETTERS: Local candidates answer hard questions, see them online – Jerry Martens – Central Washington Sentinel
  • GUEST EDITORIAL: Why you should vote for town and cit government officials
  • Wyman honors WA Supreme Court Justice Mary Fairhurst
  • Commissioner Franz on Indigenous People’s Day
  • Wolf Advisory Group candidates needed – (photo)



  • Human geographer joins Hopesource – (photo)
  • Upcoming event spotlights USO Northwest’s military contributions
  • Thorp Community Day hits all the smalltown sweet spots – (photos)
  • Official opening of the newly-constructed University /Wildcat Way intersection
  • WA on Wheels: odd and innovative ideas from PNW – (photo)
  • Special Response Team visits Trike-a-Thon – (photos)
  • Donate today for Italian Memorial
  • PSE supports local nonprofits during Hunger Action Month
  • Correction on Fall Festival
  • Women in Business and their workplace 2019 – (photos)



  • Warriors waltz over Zillah and Goldendale – (photos)
  • Another shout-out to Shouse
  • Pateros, Wilson Creek top Easton Volleyball
  • Cle Elum-Roslyn High School crowns it’s 2019 Homecoming Royalty – (photos)
  • CERHS wins 1st Place at the Cavalcade of Bands – (photo)
  • Warrior volleyball team bows to Zillah, Kittitas and Goldendale
  • Warriors fall to Highland 27-6 at Homecoming – (photo)
  • UKC 9-Ball Pool, UKC Men’s 8-Ball Pool League
  • Senior Mixed Bowling League
  • School Lunch
  • Student Athlete of the week – Davi Vaughn – Cle Elum-Roslyn High School – (photo)
  • Spotlight Student of the week – Kaiden Larimer – Cle Elum-Roslyn High School– (photo)