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    Snoqualmie Pass I 902/28/2021 10:42:54 AMTemperature: 33 °FElevation Feet:3022Elevation Meters:921EastboundNo restrictionsWestbound No restrictionsConditions:Mostly bare and wet with slush in places.Weather:Overcast with occasional snow flurries Read more »

 

 

 

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TAKE NOTE (2/27/2021):Register online www.ukcbaseball.org ... See MoreSee Less
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TAKE NOTE (2/27/2021):Power is out at SR 903 & Lake Cabins area, pole down. WSDOT, PUD and WSP on scene. ... See MoreSee Less
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UPDATE:Thank you to everyone who shared our request for identification of this Cadillac used in a theft at the Thorp Fruit Stand this week! Someone who read our post saw the Escalade near Royal City yesterday and told the Royal City Police Department about it; Royal City's Chief stopped the Escalade and detained the suspect driving it. Deputies took custody of the car and 34-year old Garrett Cimmery of Othello and recovered property valued at around $7,000 from Cimmery's residence near Othello--most, though not all, of what was taken. This success story, like most in Law Enforcement, came from the help and cooperation of the community. We can't be effective without you and we appreciate it! We're always happy when property can be returned to its rightful owners--and a criminal is prevented from further mischief (at least for a while). ... See MoreSee Less
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TAKE NOTE (2/24/2021):According to the National Weather Service:• Avalanche danger today is Considerable for the Cascades and High for Idaho Panhandle.• Light snow on Thursday may impact the morning commute with moderate to heavy snow in the Cascades and Idaho Panhandle that continues into Friday.• Winds will be breezy on Thursday afternoon and evening across the Wenatchee area into the Columbia Basin, Palouse and Spokane areas, with breezy winds again on Friday.#NWS ... See MoreSee Less
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TRAVEL ALERT (2/24/2021):A Winter Storm Watch is in effect for the higher elevations of the Eastern Slopes of the Cascades starting tonight at 10 PM. Over 2 feet of new snow accumulations is forecasted for the mountain passes. Difficult travel is likely. ... See MoreSee Less
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WINTER MAINTENACE UPCLOSE: ... See MoreSee Less
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TAKE NOTE (2/20/2021):Expect very dangerous avalanche conditions Sunday with large natural avalanches occurring even at low elevations. Avalanches could be very deep and destructive. ... See MoreSee Less
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TAKE NOTE:📢 For Immediate Release: Chelan-Douglas Health District is reporting a COVID-19 outbreak involving multiple counties (Okanogan, Chelan, and Kittitas). Anyone who attended a Basketball tournament in Pateros at a private facility on February 6th may have been exposed and CDHD recommends they get tested for COVID-19. Please watch for signs and symptoms of COVID-19 as you can become symptomatic up to 14 days after exposure. Our region is in Phase 2️⃣ of recovery, and CDHD strongly encourages everyone follow the current indoor activity guidelines (posted here: coronavirus.wa.gov/what-you-need-know/safe-start/whats-open). ... See MoreSee Less
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TAKE NOTE (2/20/2021):Today is Mayor William Craven Day, a great honor for a wonderful man. Thank you for your years of dedicated and continued service to our community.Please join in for a drive around town to celebrate Mr. Craven. Meet at the Roslyn Library at 12:45 and all will leave at 1:00! Mr. Craven will be riding in a firetruck leading the drive. ... See MoreSee Less
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AN EARLY MORNING FIRE (2/20/2021): ... See MoreSee Less
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Here are the selected winners of the Roslyn Downtown Association's contest: 💕 Love Letters to Roslyn.💕 ... See MoreSee Less
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TAKE NOTE:Have you registered yet? This year each player will receive a full uniform! Jersey, long sleeve, pants, socks, hat, belt (for boys), and a mask or neck gator. Who is ready for some baseball?! ... See MoreSee Less
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TAKE NOTE:Hot off the press...here is our latest snow forecast for the current storm system inching toward the Inland NW. Most locations will see some amount of snow, however, the Cascade passes and central ID Panhandle mountains should be the big winners for snow amounts. ... See MoreSee Less
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