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  • Q&A With the Salvage Dawgs
    Mike, Sally and Robert of Black Dog SalvageIn Great American Country’s new series, Salvage Dawgs, the guys at Virginia-based Black Dog Salvage are on a mission to find and repurpose the treasures hidden inside historic structures. The series premieres with two back-to-back episodes on Monday, April 20 at 10/9c, and if you haven’t jumped on the upcycling bandwagon yet, you’re about to. [...]
  • Spring Festivals in Bloom
    Knoxville Dogwood FestivalSpring should be officially titled the “season of festivals” due to the number of outdoor events that take place during its three-month stretch. The days last longer; people stay out later; music plays louder; the drinks taste better. Yes, spring has sprung in all its glory. Most of us look for excuses to get outside, eat good [...]
  • Miranda Has Two Weeks at No. 1 on Top 20
    MIranda Lambert - Little Red Wagon VideoMiranda Lambert makes it two weeks at No. 1 on Top 20 Country Countdown with “Little Red Wagon,” but she had some serious competition! Carrie Underwood remained at No. 2 with “Little Toy Guns,” while Lambert’s husband, Blake Shelton, made it to the list with “Sangria,” coming in at No. 3. Florida Georgia Line and Tyler Farr also [...]
  • Spring Travel: 7 Savory Festivals
    International Biscuit FestivalMusic festivals aren’t the only noteworthy events to add to your travel itinerary this spring. All across the U.S., you can find celebrations that highlight local cuisine and will satisfy any foodie’s palate. From fresh strawberries in Virginia Beach to buttery biscuits in Knoxville, Tenn., we’ve rounded up the best (and most outrageous) spring food festivals to [...]
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  • Drought declaration expanded
    OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) - Citing projections that say this summer will have the lowest snowmelt in 64 years, Gov. Jay Inslee has expanded the state's month-old drought emergency declaration. Inslee's announcement Friday morning more than doubles the number of Washington watershed areas officially considered suffering from drought. In March, the governor identified 11 watersheds as drought-afflicted, six west of the Cascades and five on the east side. Friday, 13 more river basins were added to the drought list. State officials now consider 44 percent of Washington officially in drought. The statewide snowpack is only 24 percent of normal, Inslee's office said in a statement. That's lower than it was during the last statewide drought declaration in 2005.
  • Quincy farms hit by arson
    Posted Thursday, 04-16-15 The Grant County Sheriff and the Grant County Fire Marshal are investigating a series of intentionally set haystack fires near Quincy...
  • Arrest in Blue Star arson
    Posted Thursday, 04-16-17   A 17 year old Dryden boy was arrested Thursday afternoon in connection with a two-alarm fire Sunday evening that burned more than seven thousand pallets at a pallet yard owned by Blue Star Growers in Cashmere...
  • Small brush fire near Beebe Ranch
    Posted Wednesday, 04-15-15 Gusty winds fanned a controlled burn out of control Wednesday afternoon a couple of miles north of the Beebe Bridge, on the Douglas County side...
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