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This is after running it over a jointer? That's not uncommon. Flip the board after every pass to help keep it from happening.
If this is after running it through a thickness planer, are you sure you're not just seeing snipe? If it's not snipe, then the planer's elevation adjustment is somehow slipping or working its way into another position as you plane.
It'd help if we knew which machine you're talking about.
If you're hand-planing, then you'll need to work a bit on technique... practice on cheap softwoods.
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