Wednesday Dec 11
Yakima basin water supply projects worth the wait
We know about low-hanging fruit here in orchard country, so it's a fitting metaphor as the federal Bureau of Reclamation moves forward with a trio of relatively small but nonetheless useful projects in the Yakima River Basin Integrated Plan.
Survivors include her children, Jerry Roseburg of East Wenatchee, Tom Roseburg of Vancouver, Robert Roseburg and Marilyn Lund, both of Cle Elum, and Gail Ross of Las Vegas, Nev.; and her siblings, Ted Sherman of Sun City, Ariz., Allen Sherman of Kennewick and Phyllis Angerman of Tacoma.
Our holidays are numbered
Here's our 2 cents worth: campaign in Chelan, Douglas and Okanogan counties. You revelers need to watch out this year, too, because state, county and local cop shops began their watch for buzzed drivers last Wednesday and will continue through Jan. 1. And rest assured, they're serious about this.
The News Tribune
Washington state is making health exchange work
Mindy Mansfield had health insurance when she worked at a factory that made air flow vents in Cle Elum, a small town in central Washington state.
Source: healthworkscollective.com --- Wednesday, November 13, 2013Much has been said and written about the dearth of new commercial health insurance plan enrollees on the federal and state exchanges and, by contrast, the excessive numbers of Medicaid expansion enrollees.