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Neighbors’ health, local gov’t control at stake

Editor’s note: Fifth in a series about Kittitas County’s air quality issues.

Kittitas Valley's first cutting slammed by rain

Longtime Kittitas County hay processor and exporter Rollie Bernth says the repeated rains during this year’s first cutting of timothy hay and resulting color damage likely is the worst he’s witnessed in 35 years.

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Taylor Bridge Fire updates: 10 percent of fire under control

Updated 7 a.m.: Early this morning, Dr. Michael Fuller of the Ellensburg Animal Hospital was making rounds at one of the fairgrounds' animal barns where cats, rabbits and small dogs were being kept in cages and pet carriers. He said things were getting crowded in local animal clinics and kennels where dogs large and small are being cared for. With the influx of horses coming for the the Thursday-Sunday 4-H horse fair, things will be tight if more evacuated smaller animals are brought in today.

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Missing Ellensburg swimmer's body recovered in Yakima River

UPDATE 4:30 p.m. Kittitas County Sheriff’s deputies searching the Yakima River have recovered the body of Ellensburg resident Aaron Harrison about 8 miles downriver from where he was last seen, according to the sheriff’s office.

I-90 speed bill moves forward

Efforts in the state Senate to raise the speed limit to 75 mph on I-90 continue in Olympia.

Lunchbox Cafe evolves to meet customer needs

Roz Eldridge has brought stability to the drive-through restaurant on Ruby Street, across from Safeway, but has done so through a willingness to adapt and change the Lunchbox Cafe offerings to meet customer needs.

Central Washington University men's basketball moves into second place with 80-67 win over Anchorage

In a matter of 4 minutes, 45 seconds, Central Washington University’s men’s basketball team turned a two-point lead into an insurmou…

Kamola girls remembering old times

Last September it had been 55 years since they were college students at Central Washington University, but when the women who make up the Kamola Konnection got together, it was just like old times.

It’s looking more like spring

Punxsutawney Phil may have proclaimed six more weeks of winter, but here in Ellensburg it’s definitely starting to feel like spring. With the weather getting warmer and our days longer, there is no question that we are transitioning into a new season.

Swiftwater Cellars new head winemaker brings 10 years of experience

Wine has always been a part of Andrew Wisniewski’s life.

KC 12 Represent #GoHawks!

Kittitas County 12s Represent Rally!

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Online Poll

Help select the name of the new magazine by casting your vote below.

We are looking for a name the encompasses the entire county. The magazine focuses on all the great things about living in Kittitas County from food and wine, to the arts, to the outdoors and much more.

Total Votes: 294



Autism Resource Links

Autism Society Washington

Autism Guidebook for WA State: PDF document

Autism Society of Washington

WA State Resources: PDF document

Medical and Therapeutic/Support Services

Swedish Neuroscience Institute: Epilepsy

Seattle Children's: Autism Center

Seattle Children's: Autism Blog

University of Washington: Autism Center

Facebook: UW Autism Center

UW Autism Center: Research

Children's Village: Children's Village is a "state of the art" Center for integrated services. Read the Home Page as people don't know there is dental, medical has built up, therapies, swim program, etc...


• The Arc | Washington State

Facebook: Valley Adventures | KC Youth Special Olympics

Outdoors for all: Adaptive seasonal sports and summer camps.

People For People: Transportation financial assistance for medial needs.

The Center for Children with Special Needs: Summer camps for children with special needs in Washington State.

St Luke's Elks Rehab: Advancing adventure in Communicating (AAC Camp) Nampa, Idaho. Many families attend from Washington state this amazing camp!

Epilepsy Foundation Northwest: Camp Discovery — August 18-21, 2014


County marijuana rules

The Kittitas County commissioners are considering changes to the county's marijuana zoning rules. What should they do?

Total Votes: 306