Oct 12, 2012
Bainbridge Island Review
Island man faces hurricane at start of epic sea journey
Rory Wilson takes a seat in the vessel he designed and built, KROS, in the waters off San Diego shortly before he embarked on his journey across the Pacific Ocean to Hawaii.
September rains give welcome relief for state drought
"Hopes for drought relief were starting to fade as September wound down, only to be saved by a slow-moving soaker of a storm system during September's last week," said Gary McManus, associate state climatologist.
Las Cruces Sun-News
Whole Enchilada Fiesta changes, lack of big enchilada, draw complaints
The Whole Enchilada Fiesta this year made it through a brush with the outer edges of a hurricane, but there is still some storm to weather through.
West Texas lakes benefit from recent steady rains
Significant rain finally has fallen in parts of West Texas that have been in a drought for about two years, and the lakes that provide water to the region are the welcome beneficiaries.
Area in for up to 8 inches of rain
A rainbow is seen Thursday afternoon, Sept. 26, 2012, over Grace Lutheran Church downtown.