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Irrigation water should be good this year
(Courtesy Kennewick Irrigation District Website)
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No Irrigation Shortages This Year – Feds Say Plenty of Water for All

The Federal Bureau of Reclamation just released its "Total Water Supply Available" report for 2013 and it shows no shortages are expected.

The TWSA is based on current river flows, precipitation, mountain snow pack, and reservoir levels as of April 1

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Irrigation season set to start soon
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Irrigation Season Begins in April – KID to Start Flow Monday

The Kennewick Irrigation District and other water suppliers are reminding customers to get ready.

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Water Kicks Soda to the Curb to Become the Most Popular Drink in America

If you’re in the water business, it’s time to break out the champagne and celebrate.

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Salmon Creek nearly claims 2 teens lives near Vancouver
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Jail Work Crew Pulls Teens From Icy River Near Vancouver

Thee inmates in Clark County, Washington are being called heroes today.

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Japanese tsunamic dock on Oregon coast
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Best of 2012 June – Huge Japanese ‘Tsunami’ Dock Washes Up On Oregon Coast

In a few months, these stories will be old hat, perhaps.  But for now, it's fascinating to see what washes up next on our shores from the Japanese tsunami from last year.

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Florida woman arrested for riding a 'sea cow'
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Florida Woman Arrested For Riding A Manatee-Authorities Going Too Far? [POLL]

Maybe her husband was jealous?

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Irrigation Districts shutting down for winter
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Area Irrigation Districts Begin To Shutdown Water Supplies October 15th

The end of 2012 can't be far away when we hear the irrigation water is going off soon.

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Benton County mosquitoes test positive for West Nile Virus
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EPA Regulations Making Mid Columbia Mosquito Control Difficult

The Benton County Mosquito Control District is asking for public help in their battle vs. mosquitos and West Nile virus.

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Natural Resources Committee hearing coming to Pasco
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National Resources Committee Hearing Coming to Pasco Aug. 15

Here's your chance to have your voice heard on hydro-power and dams in the Pacific Northwest.

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Algae explosion affecting irrigation customers
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Losing Irrigation Pressure? Thank The Department Of Ecology

The blistering heat in the Mid-Columbia has brought with it more than just sun burns.

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