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Jay Z w/Beyonce
WED July 30th
Safeco Field
 The Voice Tour
 SAT Aug 2nd
 Marymoor Park
 TICKETS
 Lady Gaga
 Rescheduled
 FRI Aug 8
 Key Arena
 



 Bruno Mars
 Sat AUG 9th
 The Gorge
 

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  • Wildfire Relief Agencies Need Money, Not Supplies
    Can there be too much of a good thing?     As far as items being donated to victims of the Carlton Complex Fire that appears to be the case...
  • Brush Fire Contained After Threatening Mansfield
    On 07/28/14 at approximately 3:05 PM RiverCom dispatch received numerous calls regarding a new brush fire on Jameson Late Road Rd...
  • Fire Fighter Safety A Concern As Eastside Of Carlton Complex Fire Burns Up Against Other Burn Scarred Areas
    Containment on the Carlton Complex Fire was slower due to near triple digit temperatures Monday. Fire Information Officer Joe Spivey says containment lines surround 66-percent of the fire with acreage unchanged.  Spivey says the fire's eastern flank is most active as it bumps up against terrain torched by the Tripod Fire Complex of 2006. Spivey says incident command teams will bump up the number personnel Tuesday.  No additional structures have been lost.     
  • Fires Flare As Temperatures Rise To 100 Degrees (Mills Canyon and Chiwaukum Complex Fires Update)
    Monday's heat wave in the region caused flare ups of a number of fires within the Chiwaukum and Mills Canyon Complexes.  Unchanged at 11-thousand acres, Fire Information Officer Dan O'Connor says the Chiwaukum Creek fire burning between Lake Wenatchee and Leavenworth is moving north. At 25-percent contained, O'Connor says the fire's south and western flank was fairly inactive.  Evacuation alerts in the Coulter Creek area were downgraded to a Level 1.  No word yet on when Hwy 2 will re-open.  O'Connor says the full containment of the Mills Canyon Fire is anticipated to happen within the next few days.  The Kelly Mountain is 75-percent contained with acreage unchanged and the Duncan Fire is at same size reported earlier Monday.       
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