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Wind Advisory issued August 29 at 9:59AM PDT until August 29 at 8:00PM PDT by NWS

...STRONG COLD FRONT TO PRODUCE VERY WINDY CONDITIONS AND BLOWING DUST TODAY... .A STRONG COLD FRONT WILL PRODUCE STRONG WINDS ACROSS THE REGION LATE THIS MORNING INTO THE EARLY EVENING HOURS. SOME WIND GUSTS MAY BE STRONG ENOUGH TO RESULT IN HAZARDOUS DRIVING CONDITIONS FOR HIGH PROFILE VEHICLES AND CAUSE ISOLATED TREE DAMAGE AND

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Hi77° Isolated Showers

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Lo56° Chance Showers

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Hi71° Scattered Showers then Partly Sunny

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Lo55° Mostly Cloudy

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Hi72° Slight Chance Showers then Mostly Sunny

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Tracy Warner

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  1. Across the political spectrum there is often agreement that the United States can do much to stanch the flow of unauthorized immigrants by doing two things: Building a 2,000-mile impenetrable barrier on our southern border, and requiring that anyone who works be approved by a federal database called E-Verify.
  2. Wildfire records are always interesting. We keep score by acres burned. The Carlton Complex of 2014, the state record holder, burned the most Washington ever at 256,000 acres. The sum of the fires known as the Okanogan Complex, now burning out of control, surpass that by a few thousand, but those are not contiguous — at least four fires with four ignition points, not yet joined. They may get the top spot yet. I’m not rooting for them, but bragging rights appear to be up for grabs.
  3. I just happened to be walking through the newsroom Tuesday when the reporters were having their morning meeting. It’s an everyday scene — the gatherers of news sit around the big table and in turn say what they can contribute for the next edition. The editor makes note, occasionally adds his advice on the division of labor, makes his list of what stories are coming (they call it a “budget” for some reason). They brainstorm. What’s a good angle? Who would be good to talk to? Is there art (news ...
  4. Be you born on United States soil, you are a citizen. It is automatic, universal, undeniable. It has been that way since the founding of the republic, and it was a concept firmly ensconced in English common law prior to that. It was so universally accepted a principle the framers of the Constitution thought it not worth mentioning. Congress and the states adopt rules for naturalizing citizens — people born elsewhere. Natives of the soil gain citizenship at birth. Yes, even the children of immigrants legal or not, even the ...
  5. “Without change to our physical landscape, we will continue to have devastating fires,” said Ross Frank, commissioner for Chelan County Fire District 3 in Leavenworth. Federal land managers need funds and direction to reduce the fuel load on public lands and reduce the threat of wildfire. “Until that happens we will not succeed. There needs to be a will to get this work done,” said Frank.