As reported by KNDO, the City of Yakima's King Street Irrigation System was temporarily shut down on Friday, April 19th so repairs can be made to the pipeline that supplies the system with water and serves approximately 160 customers.
As reported by KNDO, The Yakima Hard Core Runners Club organized a run/walk on Saturday and around 200 runners and walkers raised more than $4,000 for the victims recovering from the bombings in Boston.
Three women who ran the 2.62 mile run at Sarg Hubbard Park on Saturday also ran the Boston Marathon and they were very near the bomb site as they were collecting the
KAPP-tv reports that Zillah High School students cheer on for their biggest star and the talk of the school for weeks, science teacher Jeff Charbonneau, who is up for National Teacher of the Year and flying to Washington D.C along with only three other semifinalists from the fifty individual state winners to see who will be the next Teacher of the Year.
The City of Yakima and its insurers have paid out $130,000 in ten claims just in the first three months of this year with another 27 claims closed without having to pay, as reported by The Yakima Herald.
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