October 11, 2018 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

FRONT PAGE NEWS:

  • Community Spirit Shines – (photo)
  • Firefighters to conduct Saturday training burn in downtown Cle Elum
  • Comment on long-term Teanaway Community Forest Recreation Plan
  • WSDOT to repair I-90 lane near Cle Elum – (photo)
  • Easton residents to hear and comment on proposal for stop sign off Sparks Road
  • Stage 1 restrictions lifted, USFS now allowing campfires
  • Lockdown at Middle School
  • Pedestrian injured in SR970 accident

STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:

  • Horsing Around Town – (photo)
  • State Parks releases interactive online ADA recreation map
  • IRS guidance on Tax Cuts and Jobs Act changes regarding business deductions
  • I-90 rollover leaves one injured last week – (photo)
  • Cle Elum Downtown Association preparing for upcoming holiday events – (photo)
  • State regulators approve rules for community solar companies
  • Kittitas County receives Auditor Stewardship Award
  • 24-mile stream enhancement project lifts off – (photos)
  • Hanford worker safety lawsuit leads to win for workers
  • Highway accident triggered a corn on the cob giveaway – (photo)
  • WA to expand programs to help injured or ill employees return to work
  • Events on the horizon
  • Six candidates speak out – (photos)
  • Kittitas County Fire District 7: bottom lines for budget and spending

VOICES:

  • Frankly Speaking: I’ve got corn coming out my ears! do you? – (photos)
  • LETTER: Hats off to Kittitas County Professional Firefighters IAFF  (photo)
  • LETTER: It’s good that popular vote doesn’t elect the President – Lucian Depicolzuane  – Cle Elum
  • LETTER: Charities are facing a crisis, but there’s help – Jennifer Zisser – Director, The Greater Give
  • LETTER: Trump administration’s attempt to decrease Hanford budget defeated – Sen. Maria Cantwell-D – Washington D.C.

COMMUNITY:

  • Harvest Festival is an autumn mecca for children – (photos)
  • Open Enrollment tips
  • Great Washington ShakeOut slated for Oct. 18 morning
  • Thorp comes alive with Community Days events – (photos)
  • State celebrates 3000 Veterans hired through YesVets Initiative
  • Flu shots at no cost and no reason to get out of your car
  • Plan and plant this fall for three months of spring color
  • Forest wildlife, stewardship, plus a few songs Oct. 18 – (photo)
  • School District gifted colossal American Flag – (photo)
  • Free access to federal lands for fourth graders and their families

OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES:

  • RIP Buddy… We All Miss You Kitty – (photo)

SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • Warrior soccer team clinches four wins in a row – (photos)
  • Rinaldi & Shouse finish in top ten again
  • Warriors bow to Highland, homecoming tomorrow night
  • CE-R Warrior Volleyball team on home stretch- (photo)
  • Jags 1-6 in season as of Oct. 7
  • Manastash Metric riders: Best ride, best support, best cookies – (photo)
  • Community service projects fundraiser – (photo)
  • Kielee Davis garners bank promotion – (photo)
  • UKC Men’s 8-Ball Pool League
  • Senior Mixed Bowling League
  • School Lunch
  • Student Athletes of the week – Madison Brownlee – Cle Elum-Roslyn High School – (photo)
  • Spotlight Student of the week – Katelyn Nass – Cle Elum-Roslyn High School – (photo)

 

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