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  • Drought Concerns at Chelan County PUD
    It was a dismal year in terms of winter snowpack in the Cascades but concerns about continued drought conditions this coming winter are cause for concern at Chelan County PUD.    Commissioner Randy Smith says the forecast calling for warmer winter temperatures could mean less snow for the Cascades...
  • Chelan PUD Engineer Creates CO2 Energy Saving Device
    A Chelan PUD employee has received national recognition for his proposal to use carbon dioxide (CO2) monitors to help save energy.    PUD Commissioners Monday applauded Senior Conservation Engineer Jim White who recently won a contest put on by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory for his design that combines temperature and carbon dioxide sensors to control outside airflow settings    Commissioner Randy Smith says the system will be tested at the PUD's Wenatchee headquarters ...
  • Woman Arrested After Biting Sheriffs Deputy
    Douglas County Sheriff Harvey Gjesdal says a deputy was injured last Thursday when he responded to a report of a woman behaving in a bizarre manner at Bridgeport High Schooi.    The Sheriff says the deputy convinced the woman to go the hospital for evaluation but she reportedly became more volatile and at one point disrobed and fled through an office.    The Sheriff says the woman bit the deputy on the arm and kicked him in the upper leg after he and a doctor tried to restrain her...
  • Fisherman's Body Found in Grant County Lake
    Posted Monday 10/05/15 from Grant County Sheriffs news release BEVERLY, Wash. (03OCT2015) – Grant County Sheriff’s Office reports that a man died yesterday afternoon on Lenice Lake from an apparent drowning while fishing. The man has been identified as 69 year old Michael E. Dawson of Kennewick. The victim was reportedly fishing from a flotation device on Lenice Lake shortly before emergency responders were called about 2:50pm yesterday. Two other fishermen in the area reportedly tried to rescue him unsuccessfully after his flotation device failed. Mattawa Police Department, Royal City Police Department, Kennewick Police Department, Grant County Fire District #8 and #10, as well as Grant County Sheriff’s Office responded. His body was recovered at approximately 4:20pm. While drowning is suspected, the actual cause and manner of death remains under investigation by Grant County Coroner’s Office pending an autopsy scheduled for Monday. His family has been notified. Lenice Lake is a popular fishing lake in the 12,000 block area of Lower Crab Creek Road, southwest of Royal City, in a remote area of Beverly, Washington.
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