Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Hot Shots Edition - Energy News Digest for October 8, 2014

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Hot Shots – Today’s Top Stories

Pacific Northwest Tribes Celebrate Highest Fall Fish Returns to Columbia River Basin in 75 Years (Indian Country Today)

Ninth Circuit Probes Erosion at Albeni Falls Dam in Idaho (Courthouse News Service)

NOAA: Army Corps Must Improve Dam on White River to Protect Fish (Associated Press)

Grant PUD Customers in Quincy Targeted by Scammers (iFiber One News, Ephrata, WA)

Police: Fake Utility Workers on the Prowl in Sammamish (KOMO-TV, Seattle, WA)

Jefferson PUD Takes Customers to Collections; Most No Longer Live Here (Port Townsend Leader, WA)

LED Lighting Gets a Big Nobel Prize Nod (Forbes Magazine)

Port Angeles: 1 Killed, 1 Jailed and 1 Kidnapping Victim Rescued (KOMO-TV, Seattle, WA)

Pineapple Express (Not the Movie) Possibly Headed for Pacific Northwest (Oregon Public Broadcasting)

Washington State's Most Affluent Regions May Surprise You – Shelton’s on this list! (Puget Sound Business Journal, WA)

Exploding 'Pot Pop' Removed from Three Washington State Marijuana Shops (KATU-TV, Portland, OR)

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