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Sandra Partridge works for the Washington State Department of Ecology.

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Burn ban expires in Okanogan County

YAKIMA – The Stage 1 burn ban in Okanogan, Chelan, Douglas, Kittitas and Klicktiat counties expires at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 9, according to the Washington Department of Ecology.

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Burn bans expire in Okanogan, Chelan and Douglas counties

YAKIMA – Stage 1 burn bans in Okanogan, Chelan and Douglas counties expire at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 18, as scheduled, according to the Washington Department of Ecology (Ecology).

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Ecology makes seasonal water level changes at Osoyoos Lake

YAKIMA – Water levels in Osoyoos Lake in north central Washington are being lowered over the coming weeks in anticipation of the changing seasons.

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Ecology makes seasonal water level changes at Osoyoos Lake

YAKIMA – Water levels in Osoyoos Lake in north central Washington are being lowered over the coming weeks in anticipation of the changing seasons.

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Review of Buckhorn mine water quality permit begins

YAKIMA – A draft renewal to the wastewater discharge permit at the Buckhorn Mountain Mine in Okanogan County is available for review and comment from the Washington State Department of Ecology (Ecology).

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Water levels rise at Lake Osoyoos along with temps

YAKIMA – Water levels in Osoyoos Lake are beginning to rise as the thermometer does the same. The lake straddles the British Columbia and Washington border near Oroville.

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Seasonal water level changes made to Osoyoos Lake

YAKIMA – Water levels in Osoyoos Lake in north central Washington will be raised over the coming weeks in anticipation of the changing seasons.

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Ecology ends burn bans in Okanogan County

OLYMPIA – Effective 10 a.m. Feb. 5, 2013, the Washington Department of Ecology (Ecology) will end the Stage 1 burn ban in Okanogan County.

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Burn bans expire in seven Eastern Washington counties

OLYMPIA – Burn bans expired last Tuesday, Dec. 20 in seven Eastern Washington counties because air quality has improved, according to the Washington Department of Ecology (Ecology).

Ecology’s Stage 1 burn bans for Okanogan, Ferry, Chelan, Douglas, Stevens, Kittitas, and Walla Walla counties will expired at 10 a.m. Tuesday.

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