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Bells Take 4-1 Win in First Game of WCL Playoffs Against Pippins

For a while Tuesday night, it seemed the central Washington weather would rule the day.

Wind, rain and warnings of severe thunder and lightning threatened to put a damper on game one of the West Coast League playoff series between the East Division champion Yakima Valley Pippins and West Division-winning Bellingham Bells

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Think Stock/Marcus Lindström
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Precautions To Take For Severe Weather

There are severe wind and thunderstorms racing through Central Washington this afternoon with reported winds up to 60 mph.  The National Weather Service has issued an EAS for the next hour.

Here are some precautions that you should take if it is windy in your area

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Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call
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Resume and Written Enhancements Curtailing Careers — Dave’s Diary

Misrepresentations in Montana have hurt the hopes of national Democrats to hold onto the U.S. Senate this fall. Back in March Montana Senator Max Baucus received an ambassadorship to China and his Montana Governor appointed replacement was – surprise – Montana Lt Governor John Walsh. 

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40th Avenue and Washington Avenue is a popular location for political signs. (Lance Tormey/News Talk KIT)
40th Avenue and Washington Avenue is a popular location for political signs. (Lance Tormey/News Talk KIT)
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Time and Place Restrictions Help Moses Lake Control Political Signs

The city of Moses Lake has found a way to restrict the placement of political signs after the city was flooded with political signs in city parks and other city-owned property.

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Oscar Sosa/Getty Images
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Hot Temps, Lightning Challenging Firefighters

Firefighters across the Northwest reacted as triple-digit heat and lightning made their job even more difficult in an area where two dozen large wildfires are already burning.

The Central Oregon Interagency Dispatch Center says roughly 1,500 lightning strikes started nearly 20 new wildfires by Monday evening in central Oregon

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