Smoke from wildfires burning in central British Columbia still hangs in the air on Aug. 10. The smoke drifted south to the Tri-Cities earlier in the month, causing unhealthy air quality.
Smoke from wildfires burning in central British Columbia still hangs in the air on Aug. 10. The smoke drifted south to the Tri-Cities earlier in the month, causing unhealthy air quality. Darryl Dyck AP
Smoke from wildfires burning in central British Columbia still hangs in the air on Aug. 10. The smoke drifted south to the Tri-Cities earlier in the month, causing unhealthy air quality. Darryl Dyck AP

Our Voice: Smoky sky affirmed clean air rules

August 12, 2017 03:57 PM

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