A hydraulic log splitter is used at a huge pile of firewood. The Northwest Clean Air Agency is asking Columbia Valley residents to avoid or cut back on burning wood through the weekend because air quality in the area has reached unhealthy levels as of Friday afternoon.
A hydraulic log splitter is used at a huge pile of firewood. The Northwest Clean Air Agency is asking Columbia Valley residents to avoid or cut back on burning wood through the weekend because air quality in the area has reached unhealthy levels as of Friday afternoon. Staff Herald-Leader
A hydraulic log splitter is used at a huge pile of firewood. The Northwest Clean Air Agency is asking Columbia Valley residents to avoid or cut back on burning wood through the weekend because air quality in the area has reached unhealthy levels as of Friday afternoon. Staff Herald-Leader

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January 13, 2017 12:42 PM

Air quality worsens in Columbia Valley; residents asked to curb wood burning

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