October 25, 2018 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

FRONT PAGE NEWS:

  • Trail blazers: Hundreds of REI volunteers build first stretch of Towns to Teanaway Trail on Roslyn Ridge – (photo)
  • Supt. Gary Wargo to resign
  • Why is the Publisher giving away 5,700 copies of this $1 newspaper?

STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:

  • WDFW seeks candidates for Wolf Advisory Group
  • Horning Brothers to pay $525,000 over sexual harassment of workers
  • State Parks announces 2019 free entry days
  • Pollution prevention projects funded in four regional states
  • Edible marijuana review pauses for 30 days
  • Chinese policy forces state regulators to urge county-by-county review of recycling policies
  • HRSA awards $10.4M to Washington
  • Governor approves solar farm siting in Kittitas Co.
  • Tragic shootings result in loss of two young lives
  • Prescribed burn on Roslyn Ridge – (photos)
  • Tired of the county’s four seasons: spring, fire, smoke and winter? KCCD releases Wildfire Protection plan update
  • ‘Short Course on Local Planning’ set for Nov. 7
  • Public Works Board approves $1M loan for Ellensburg Transfer Station design
  • Republican Party interviewing for Rep. Manweller’s replacement – (photos)
  • CERSD School Board to ballot redistricting proposal in February
  • PSE power circuit outage last week
  • Paint the Sky – (photo)
  • What do you know about the levy cliff? – (photo)
  • WA Court rules life without parole for children unconstitutional
  • AAA: Misunderstanding and misuse of drive assistance technology could lead to a crash
  • NWI Company Store marks its 120th anniversary – (photos)
  • KVFR responds to questions about its request for 10 more cents per $1,000
  • Behind The Lens – Exploring with Gemina Garland-Lewis – (photos)
  • Events on the horizon
  • Upcoming ‘spooktacular’ events – (photos)

VOICES:

  • Frankly Speaking: Have a Happy, Healthy Halloween – (photos)
  • LETTER: No back room deals! – Doug Kilgore – Roslyn, WA
  • LETTER: Sheriff wants you to vote NO on I-940 and I-1639 – Gene Davis – Kittitas County Sheriff
  • LETTER: Stop needless highway deaths – Trooper Rick Johnson – Washington State Patrol
  • LETTER: Likes way the Tribune covers their events (fan mail) – Claire Lucke – Cle Elum
  • LETTER: A reader since the Tribune began offers feedback on the new front page design – Pete Horish – Poulsbo, WA
  • LETTER:THANK GOD FOR YOU Focus on faithfulness rather than faults – Roger Campbell
  • LETTER: Rebuttal to Prop 1 opponents’ flier – Fred Marion – retired KCFD7 Firefighte/EMT(25 years) and KCFD7 resident
  • LETTER:Vote YES on Proposition 1 – Dave McDaniel – Cle Elum
  • LETTER:Why vote YES for Proposition 1? – Rick Peters – Cle Elum

COMMUNITY:

  • History and art form a natural, local partnership – (photos)
  • Grange Country Christmas Bazaar & Bake Sale coming Nov. 10
  • Thorp School District takes a bold new step
  • Salmonella outbreak in WA likely linked to Costco English Cucumbers
  • Lion’s Health Screening Unit in town next Monday
  • Crackin’ of the Crab: good food, good folks, good cause – (photos)
  • The county’s growing arsenal in the flight against breast cancer – (photos)
  • 2018 Second Half property taxes due
  • Free document shred and drug take back day
  • The secrets of brewing unveiled at Roslyn Mountain Ale Festival, Kinda – (photo)
  • Guitar series to launch in Ellensburg – (photo)
  • Caring for lost animals: ARRF Animal Foster Care facility completes first year – (photos)
  • Pulling copper from the Teanaway, The cost can’t be counted in pennies – (photos)
  • When kids get involved in community projects, we all win – (photo)
  • NKC Tribune contributing columnist entertains and educates with a green thumb – (photo)
  • Fire Dept. Calendar now available – (photo)
  • NASA Night Sky Notes – (photo)
  • November’s Dance of the Planets – Photo)
  • Mock Election now open for all Washington K-12 students

OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES:

SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • ‘Terrill and Jackson are leaders in scoring – (photos)
  • Rinaldi places in top five at Royal
  • Key Club needs help with scholarships and getting to district conference
  • Inside the mind of a goalie, a promising young women – (photo)
  • Easton Jaguars volleyball team heads into final matches
  • Cle Elum-Roslyn 2018 Homecoming Royal Court – (photos)
  • A CWU legend comes out of retirement to coach Cle Elum’s girls basketball – (photo)
  • CERHS Volleyball improving team play
  • Warriors fall to LaSalle, season closer tomorrow night – (photo)
  • Musicians win four awards – (photo)
  • Cle Elum-Roslyn High School dives into new swim team program – (photo)
  • Warrior’s new wrestling coach brings strong spirit – (photo)
  • New art teacher at Thorp – (photo)
  • Thorp welcomes new board member – (photo)
  • Kudos to Monica Terrill
  • UKC Men’s 8-Ball Pool League
  • Senior Mixed Bowling League
  • School Lunch
  • Student Athletes of the week – Josie Razee – Easton School – (photo)
  • Spotlight Student of the week – Emmalee Sargent – Cle Elum-Roslyn High School – (photo)

 

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