7/27/20 | Cle Elum | Bruce Coe | Letter to the Editor Elections! We will probably have our fill of politics as the summer, and the issues, heat up. It promises to be, at a minimum, the best entertainment you can buy with your tax dollars. Great actors, lousy script. Other elections aside, we here […]
Archives for July 2020
Goodbye, Washington DC. – Mayor Bowser broke her contract with residents like me. So we’re leaving.
7/23/20 | U.S. Politics | Daniel Turner~~ THE BOTTOM LINE: Now, we are told that, “silence equals violence.” Indifference is no longer tolerated in Urban America. Protests on the National Mall like “Earth Day” or “The Women’s March,” the kind where activists gave speeches over megaphones and colorful signs demanding this or that were standard in […]
Central Washington Fire officials encourage residents to prepare for busy fire season
THE BOTTOM LINE: Among the suggestions are to: Clean roofs and gutters of dead leaves, debris, and pine needs that could catch embers. Clear away leaves and needles within 5 feet around the house. Move any flammable materials, such as mulch, flammable plants, and firewood piles, away from exterior walls. Remove anything flammable stored underneath […]
Kittitas County Labor Area Summit – May 2020
Overview~~~ This report provides an update on the Kittitas County economy incorporating not seasonally adjusted, nonfarm employment and civilian labor force data. Analysis focuses on year over year (between the Mays of 2019 and 2020) and average annual (between 2018 and 2019) changes in the labor market.
Is the Health Crisis Driving Buyers Out of Urban Areas and into Central Washington?
i-20/20 Media Bottom Line; ” It appears that a percentage of people are preparing to leave many American cities. Some of these moves will be permanent, while others will be temporary (such as a getaway to a second home). In either case, many consumers are on the move. Real estate professionals are ready and willing […]