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Car hits and injures cyclist in Ephrata; bicyclist faulted

EPHRATA - A man on a bike was taken to a hospital after he was struck by a vehicle in Ephrata on Thursday. The crash happened in the 200 block of 2nd Ave NW behind the Tequilas Mexican Restaurant at the alley. The cyclist sustained minor injuries and was taken...
EPHRATA, WA
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Coulee Medical Center begins reopening after being evacuated since Tuesday

Coulee Medical Center began reopening its facilities and bringing long-term patients back to the Grand Coulee hospital today, three days after an odor sickened three lab workers. The medical center said the state departments of Health, Department and Ecology and other consultants were unable to find any hazardous substances in...
GRAND COULEE, WA
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July 4 fun in the Columbia Basin

COLUMBIA BASIN — The Columbia Basin has several different events over the Fourth of July weekend for people of all ages to enjoy. Soap Lake - The City of Soap Lake will celebrate the Fourth with their annual Suds N’ Sun event July 2-3 at East Beach Park. Events include:
MOSES LAKE, WA
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Grant PUD considering solar, wind and natural gas to meet growing customer demand

EPHRATA - A local utility could soon expand its portfolio of energy-delivering resources in Grant County. This week, Grant PUD commissioners were briefed about the options the utility is considering to satisfy its long-term power needs. Such was presented during a showing of the utility’s Integrated Resource Plan. Per state law, electric utilities are mandated to develop a comprehensive plan with five and 10-year estimates projecting power generation and resources to meet the needs of their customers.
EPHRATA, WA
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Soap Lake Wildfire Evacuations Lifted, 2 Firefighters Hurt

SOAP LAKE, Wash. (AP) — The Grant County Sheriff’s Office has lifted all evacuations east of Soap Lake, Washington, that had been in effect Tuesday because of a wildfire. Sheriff’s officials said the 50 homes threatened by the fire which started around 11 a.m. were no longer at risk as of Tuesday night.
SOAP LAKE, WA
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Two injured in Monday night collision in north Douglas County

Two women were hospitalized after a two-car collision Monday night on Highway 174 north of Mansfield. The Washington State Patrol said just before 7 p.m. 28-year-old Keelee Boozer Wilder of Newaukum Prairie pulled her 2015 Subaru Outback off Leahy Road into the path of a 2006 Jeep Commander being driven westbound on the highway by 24-year-old Emmanuella Engle of Okanogan.
DOUGLAS COUNTY, WA
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Pullman/Moscow airport receives more than $1 million in infrastructure grants

PULLMAN, Wash. — The Pullman/Moscow Regional Airport and Ephrata Municipal Airport received $1,204,754 in federal infrastructure improvement grants. The funding was announced on Wednesday for three different Washington airports. The Pullman/Moscow Regional Airport received $1,045,754 to help pay for a new terminal building. It will fund new baggage sorting...
PULLMAN, WA
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Coulee Medical Center evacuated after odor sickens employees

Coulee Medical Center in Grand Coulee was evacuated Tuesday afternoon after an odor sickened three employees in the lab area of the facility. Investigators have not yet said if the cause of the odor has been identified. The workers were treated and sent home and the the entire hospital facility...
GRAND COULEE, WA
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