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  • Multiple Injuries in Explosion at Priest Rapids Dam
    Posted from Grant County PUD Facebook post and Seattle Times At approximately 4:15 p.m. Thursday an explosion was reported at Priest Rapids Dam along the Columbia River. At this point there are six confirmed employees with various levels of injury that have been taken to regional medical facilities via airlift or ground ambulance. All six employee families have been notified.  The Seattle Times reports, "Two patients, both male and in their 40s, at the Seattle facility were in critical intensive care as of late Thursday, and the other, a 58-year-old man, was in satisfactory condition, according to a notice sent by hospital spokeswoman Susan Gregg. The conditions of the other three, two of whom were en route to Harborview late Thursday, were unknown." "Officials said the blast caused some electrical power and cellphone outages. Kyle Foreman of the Grant County Sheriff’s Office, one of the agencies looking into the incident, said investigators found no connection between the explosion and terrorism or criminal activity.The Seattle Times reports, " The cause of the explosion is attributed electrical equipment and the hydroelectric facility remains stable. Additional informational updates will be made available tomorrow when new details are known.
  • Judge Orders Mental Evaluation for Suspect in Big Lots Store Gun Threats
    A judge has ordered a Wenatchee man receive a psychological assessment in connection with allegations that he threatened to shoot employees at a local store.   71 year old Norman Johnson is accused of second degree assault in the July 31st incident at the Big Lots discount store in Downtown Wenatchee...
  • California Man Sentenced in Grant County Vehicular Homicide Plea Deal
    A California man has been sentenced to over 25 years in prison for killing a man in a collision near Quincy in 2013.   35 year old Ronald M...
  • State Marijuana Permitting Process Questioned
    The State Alcohol and Cannibus board is coming under fire for its apparent failure to communicate with local government on issues related to the marijuana permitting process...   Mark Kulaas is Douglas County's Director of Community Development.    The situation has resulted in the County's decision to place a moratorium on new pot businesses until the Planning Commission drafts new zoning rules to address land use conflict issues such as odors generated by the outdoor marijuana farms...
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