Cameron Diaz isn't feeling the pressure to have a child. The 41-year-old actress recently got candid about the idea of motherhood during an interview with UK's Telegraph. She revealed, "I've never said never to anything in life. If I wanted kids, at any point in life, I would have them. But I'm certain that if at any point I wanted a child, that child would find its way into my life, whether through adoption, or through being in a relationship with somebody who has a child. I can't see the future, but one thing I do know is that I'm not childless. I have a ton of children in my life. I can have a kid any second, if I want. All my friends would be like, 'Sure, come and get them.'" The Other Woman star added, "I also, by the way, have a lot of girl friends who don't have children. It's not like I'm the spinster who didn't have a child. I just didn't do that in life, and I'm OK with that. I know the choices I made. I know why I made them. I'm very much a person who lives in the moment. When you come from where I do, there are so many ways my life could have gone."
Emergency repairs on the Wenatchee Reclamation District's irrigation system wrapped up Tuesday afternoon.
The system was turned off at the District's Monitor Spillway Sunday evening.
The purpose of the shutdown was to drain the system in order to repair a leak that occurred in the Sunnyslope area.
Though, Reclamation District Manager Rick Smith says that doesn't mean instant water for irrigators.
Recreational marijuana is verboten in Leavenworth. The City Council has decided to follow the City of Wenatchee's lead by imposing a defacto ban on pot. The City's business license requires applicants comply with Federal law which prohibits the sale and consumption of pot. The City Council's action follows a six month moratorium that expired on Monday.
Douglas County Commissioners have taken action to change the rules that control development along the Columbia River.
Commissioner Ken Stanton says the Board held public hearing last night to consider four amendments to the County's shorelines management plan that had previously been rejected by the Planning Commission.
Stanton says there are some issues relating to the one amendment that still need to be resolved.
Last night's public hearing attracted about 100 people to the Waterville Fairgrounds.