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Attack in Kittitas County Campground Made Up

Kittitas County Sheriff's Detectives say a Cle Elum woman lied about being attacked by a strange man while camping at French Cabin Creek camp grounds according to our news partner KNDO.

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Police Looking For Camp Attacker

Kittitas County Sheriff's Office is trying to find a man they say attacked a woman early Monday morning while she was camping at French Cabin Creek camp grounds in the Salmon La Sac area.

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DNR Reports Concluded Welding Sparks Was The Cause of Taylor Bridge Fire

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — The Department of Natural Resources has concluded that an August wildfire that caused $11 million damage was caused by sparks from welding or cutting work on a bridge southeast of Cle Elum

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Campfire Restrictions Lifted for National Forest Lands in Central Washington

Wenatchee, Wash.— Beginning at 1 a.m., Tuesday, October 16, 2012, recreationists may again have campfires in areas where they are normally allowed in the Chelan, Entiat, Wenatchee River, Cle Elum, and Naches Ranger Districts of the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest

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Taylor Bridge Fire Fully Contained

AP-Firefighting officials say a stubborn wildfire that destroyed dozens of homes in central Washington has been completely contained after a two-week fight.

Spokesmen for the Taylor Bridge Fire announced full containment Tuesday evening

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Containment Date of Taylor Bridge Fire Pushed Back

It's a tough fight with the Taylor Bridge fire and it's not yet under control. Firefighters were hoping that would happen today. But that target date for full containment has now been pushed back to August 29 that's next Wednesday

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Taylor Bridge Fire Nearly Full Containment

Washington (AP) Fire crews have reached 57 percent containment on a central Washington wildfire that has burned dozens of homes.

The Taylor Bridge fire east of Cle Elum, Wash., has burned across more than 36 square miles or 23,000 acres of grass, sagebrush and timber

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Don’t get Burned When Donating to The Taylor Bridge Fire

The Better Business Bureau of eastern Washington is warning about scammers trying to trick people who want to give to help with recovery efforts in the Taylor Bridge fire near Cle Elum.  The BBB's Chelsea Dannon says scammers have set up websites hoping to gain donations or financial information from web surfers

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Some Taylor Bridge Residents Returning to Their Homes

Some residents forced to flee the Taylor Bridge Fire were allowed to return home on Thursday, but the fire raged on, leaving much of Kittitas County on edge.

Fueled by hotter temperatures and shifting winds, new flames advanced north toward Bettas Road

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Cle Elum and Ellensburg Residents get Details About Taylor Bridge Fire

Residents lined up Wednesday evening, just hoping for any more news on the fire that has literally changed their lives.

"It used to be right in the valley could see it from my house but I can’t now just basically trying to get some more information on it," said Conner Thompson, a resident of Ellensburg

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