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BOOMING WASHINGTON CITY

SPOKANE, Wash. — Ramsey and Amy Pruchnic lived in the Seattle area for five years before deciding they wanted to escape the Puget Sound rat race and move closer to family on the opposite side of the state. Now they own their own businesses and live in a 1928 farmhouse on 10 rural acres they bought just south of Spokane, near the Idaho border, where they are raising three children and 18 chickens. By Nicholas K. Geranios. SENT: 918 words. With AP Photos.

TARIFFS-CALIFORNIA WIDLFIRES

SANTA ROSA, Calif. — Add this to the challenges facing California wildfire victims: Tariffs. The import tariffs imposed by President Donald Trump are adding thousands of dollars to the cost of building homes. That especially squeezes homeowners who seek to rebuild quickly after losing their houses to natural disasters, such as the wildfires scorching parts of California. By Geoff Mulvihill and Jonathan J. Cooper. SENT: 974 words. With AP Photos.

FIREFIGHTING DRONE

GRANTS PASS — Kale Casey almost can't believe what a metal bird 5 feet long, weighing 44 pounds with wings spanning 10 feet, can do to help fight a wildfire. "For eight hours a night, without getting tired, without needing a meal ... scanning the landscape, mapping, searching for hotspots," Casey, a fire information officer for the Taylor Creek Fire, reeled off. "It's by far the most impressive tool I've seen in my wildfire career. It's the best friend a firefighter could have." The ScanEagle unmanned aircraft system, or UAS — what some would call a drone — has been monitoring the Taylor Creek Fire west of Grants Pass every night for over two weeks. It also spent time on the Grave Creek Fire north of Wimer, and has logged 110 flight hours in 16 flights, according to ScanEagle. An AP Member Exchange by Jeff Dueweland and Scott Stoddard, The Daily Courier. SENT: 1627 words. With AP Photos.