September 6, 2018 HEADLINES – Northern Kittitas County Tribune

FRONT PAGE NEWS:

  • The buzz around Roslyn – (photos)
  • Structure fire totals Teanaway home last Saturday
  • State OSPI adopts updated rules on student discipline
  • CWU full steam ahead on statewide student voter registration challenge
  • PSE Foundation donates to Kittitas County Search and Rescue – (photo)

STATE & REGIONAL NEWS:

  • State fire mobilizations last weekend – (photo)
  • Recreationists allowed access to portions of Entiat River Valley
  • Two fatalities in tragic motorhome accident – (photo)
  • Crazy, high-speed pursuit ends in a crash – (photo)
  • Cantwell secures $1M for studying cancers in firefighters
  • Interesting and changing times trigger search for pools of cool river water – (photo)
  • Homeownership remains below 2006 levels for all age groups
  • Counseling, mental health top priority, public says

VOICES:

  • Frankly Speaking: Back to school, backpacks, and well packed lunch snacks – (photos)
  • Letter: End of Fire-borrowing – U.S. Senator, Maria Cantwell, Washington D.C.
  • Letter: Restrictions proposed for short-term limited duration medical plans, increased consumer protection – Mike Kreidler, WA Insurance Commissioner
  • Letter: Preliminary injuction blocking Trump administration from allowing distribution of 3-D printed gun files – Barbara Underwood, New York Attorney General

COMMUNITY:

  • Osiadacz finally gets his King Coal Coronation – (photos)
  • Harvest cucumbers for slicing and pickling
  • Log Show still stokin-smokin’ wild and woolly – (photos)
  • Back to school supply drive donation – (photo)
  • Kittitas County Historical Museum introduces new book – (photos)
  • COAL program boosted by sales – (photo)
  • Wild Waterfowl Watch – (photo)
  • Red Cross urges blood donations
  • Kay Lloyd receives International Snowmobile Congress service award – (photo)
  • Towns to Teanaway comment period – (photo)

OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES:

  • Howard “Steve” Pepke – 1943-2018

SPORTS & SCHOOL:

  • C-ER High School will have girls soccer team this year – (photo)
  • Warriors lose opener against River View – (photos)
  • School Lunch
  • Registration for Warriors varsity x-country team off to slow start
  • WIAA notes
  • Master gardener applications due by Sept. 10
  • Alumni finish Pacific Crest Trail hike with a wrinkle – (photo)

 

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