Voters consider gun initiatives

Colt Sweetland, News Editor

October 31, 2014

Filed under Ellensburg, News

On Tuesday, Nov. 4, Washington voters will vote on initiative I-594, which would expand background checks on the sale of guns to anyone in the state, and initiative I-591, which would prevent such expansion. Residents have... Read more »

Online paying fees increase

R. Troy Peterson, Staff Reporter

October 30, 2014

Filed under Campus News, News

This year, Central’s online convenience fee for credit cards went from $3 to 2.75 percent. While the fee was determined by a third party company‒Higher One‒the reaction of students has ranged greatly. Adrian Naranjo,... Read more »

BTW, Cake FYI is closing

Brittany Allen, Staff Reporter

October 30, 2014

Filed under Ellensburg, Scene

On October 30, writer, baker and entrepreneur Molly Allen, owner of Cake FYI, will be closing her store to begin her new job as editor-in-chief of Best Friends For Frosting, (BFFF) a creativity focused online publication. BFFF... Read more »

Open mic discussion on marijuana provides citizens with opportunity to voice opinions

Chace Davy, Assistant News Editor

October 24, 2014

Filed under Ellensburg, News, The EverGreen Scene

The Kittitas County Commissioner elections are coming soon and candidates Obie O'Brien and Steve Verhey are trying their best to win over the last few voters that may be undecided. Verhey held an informal meeting at the Hal... Read more »

No late night bus

Cooper Wortley, Staff Reporter

October 24, 2014

Filed under Campus News, News

A few years ago, Central ran a late night transit bus downtown to pick students up from the bars. This was done to discourage drunk driving, as well as to protect homeowners from any destructive people walking through the residential... Read more »

The financial truth of partying

Rashay Reading, Staff Reporter

October 23, 2014

Filed under News, Student Life

It is difficult to walk near the Central campus on a weekend and not hear the sounds of students throwing parties. And although two-thirds of Central students choose to take part in festivities, it is less frequent than people... Read more »

Veterans unable to use benefits for professional pilot degree

Julia Martinez, Online Editor

October 22, 2014

Filed under Campus News, News

For the time being, veterans utilizing their GI Bill will not be able to use their benefits toward Central’s professional pilot degree. But Central plans to appeal through the Department of Veterans Affairs as soon as IASCO... Read more »