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  • Man Arrested On Fireworks Charges in Wenatchee
    Posted Sunday 7/5/15 12:31 PM Douglas County Sheriff Harvey Gjesdal reports on his Facebook page: The Deputies were extremely busy over the 4th of July night...
  • Officials Say No Homes Lost in Moses Lake Blaze
    Posted 7/5/15 3:22 Pm Grant County Sheriff’s office spokeswoman Sharon Palmerton said no homes appeared to be lost in the Moses Lake Fire but firefighters were still assessing the damage...
  • Wenatchee Celebrates the 4th.
    Posted 7/5/15 A spectacular fireworks display last night ended a daylong Lets Have A Blast Fourth of July Celebration...
  • Evacuations Lowered to Level One on Quincy Fire
    Posted 7/5/15 10:14 AM Level 2 and 3 evacuation orders have been lifted. Grant County Sheriff's spokesman Kyle Foreman says that's good news. Level 1 advisories are in place, which means people nearby to remain aware and vigilant throughout the day. ‪#‎HillsFire‬   Posted 7/5/15 5:40 AM Another large brush fire threatens homes in the Quincy area. Residents in the Baird Springs Road area are currently under level 3 evacuations.   Grant County Sheriffs spokesman, Kyle Foreman . .    The fire does not impact travel on Highway 28.     Posted 7/5/15 4:45 AM Fire area: South border Road 11-NW, west border Road U-NW, east border Road Q-NW, north border is area of Baird Springs Road.‪#‎BeasleyFire‬     Posted 7/5/15  2:40 AM Wildfire threatens homes in the Quincy area. LEVEL 3 EVACUATION - ALL HOMES IN AREA OF BAIRD SPRINGS ROAD AND ROAD Q-NW - NORTH OF QUINCY. WILDFIRE APPROACHING. EVACUATE NOW. POLICE ENROUTE TO NOTIFY RESIDENTS This fire is burning on the west side of Quincy about 3 miles north of State Route 28. It will not reach Ephrata. Winds are blowing to the south.    Posted 7/5/15  2:08 AM LEVEL 2 EVACUATION WARNING - Fire near Baird Springs and Willow Springs Rd. People in that area should either leave or be ready to leave given a moment's notice.
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