October 18, 2018 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

FRONT PAGE NEWS:

  • 100 Suncadia guest safely evacuated – (photo)
  • Kittitas County Fire District 7 Hires interim chief – (photo)
  • Middle School name ‘School of Distinction’ for the third time
  • Candidate forum tonight

STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:

  • Historic budget request: Commissioner Franz seeks $55 million to protect communities from wildfire
  • Did a ‘Presidential Alert’ pop up on your cell phone Oct. 3? – (photo)
  • Shenna Redding receives 2018 Pangrazi Award – (photo)
  • Dr. Kim Schrier speaks about run for U.S. Congress – (photo)
  • Celebrating Kittitas County Women In Business and their workplace – (photos)
  • Construction at Speelyi beach started
  • Lost Pacific Crest Trail hiker found near North Bend
  • Events on the horizon

VOICES:

  • Frankly Speaking: Your Freshly Harvested Veggies are perfect for Creole Cooking – (photos)
  • LETTER: Kittitas Audubon supports I-1631 – Judy Hallise – Kittitas Audubon President
  • LETTER: Something is wrong with America – Linda Dimit  – South Cle Elum
  • LETTER: Farm bill expiration fails young people nationwide – Cody Smith – Center for Rural Affairs
  • LETTER: Setting the Record Straight – Bill Dickinson – Cle Elum
  • LETTER: Lead by example to encourage civility – Dan Newhouse – Congressman

COMMUNITY:

  • Growing Pains – Roslyn Museum needs your help to preserve local historic collection – (photos)
  • Design a bookmark for the city library – (photo)
  • Chorus Lovers in for a musical treat at Habitat fundraiser
  • Olson Family accepts university education award recognizing Lloyd’s achievements – (photo)
  • Hopesource finishes improved food bank shelving project – (photos)
  • Halloween events around the county
  • Croatian ambassador visits Roslyn Cemetery – (photo)
  • Cows wandering Cle Elum Ridge safely rounded up – (photo)
  • Investigation into five possible AFM illnesses from four WA counties
  • More secrets of NWI’s past revealed, this time by the ledger numbers – (photo)
  • Swauk-Teanawy Grange – The magnet in the Teanaway River valley – (photos)
  • Levies and numbers for Kittitas County Fire Districts – (photos)
  • Victims involved in tragic I-90 accident reunite with first responders
  • Ellensburg Downtown Rotary Club donates $6,000 to support operation purple – (photo)
  • USFS seeking comments on NW Region Aquatic Restoration Project – (photo)
  • Ray Risdon to be honored at Nov. 9 retirement party -(photo)

OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES:

  • Jack Snowden – 1933-2018
  • Celebrating Matt
  • Michelle D. Lowe

SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • ‘Rocktober’ girls march on with six-game winning streak – (photos)
  • Four Warriors place in top ten at Highland meet
  • Wildcats take out Union Gap 20-0
  • Warrior football nears season’s end- (photo)
  • Warrior girls volleyball team sweeps Highland Scotties – (photo)
  • CERHS Cheerleaders at Husky Stadium – (photo)
  • Homecoming activities make for excitement – (photo)
  • Jag volleyball wrapping up the season, three matches to go
  • UKC Men’s 8-Ball Pool League
  • Senior Mixed Bowling League
  • School Lunch
  • Student Athletes of the week – Davi Vaughn – Cle Elum-Roslyn High School – (photo)
  • Spotlight Student of the week – Emily Smith – Easton School – (photo)

 

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