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Yakima’s Randall Park To Get $1 Million Facelift

Yakima's Randall Park, spread over 40 acres south of Nob Hill Boulevard between
44th and 48th avenues, now has more than $1 million available to fund major improvements. A $500,000 state grant, combined with more than $600,000 in local donations and matching funds, will help address several issues and help with beautification of the west side area.

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Your Chance To Tell City Leaders What You Think – Dave’s Diary

The fourth annual Yakima Citizen Survey will begin arriving in the mailboxes of 3000 randomly selected households today. The households that have been chosen to participate in this year’s survey have already received postcards notifying they have been selected to fill out the 2015 version of the questionnaire, the results of which will help the City Council ensure programs and services are aligned with the needs of the community.

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Fun Run For A Great Cause – Dave’s Diary

 We joke around on the radio show about “doing it for the kids”  because we often see people who say that when they are doing it , whatever “it” is, for themselves.  However, when it comes to our local ACE Hardware and Les Schwab Tires stores,

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Day Of Service To Clean Up Parts Of Southeast Yakima – Dave’s Diary

Cleanliness is next to friendliness, or something like that.  But what I'm really trying to say is that the City of Yakima is announcing that folks living in a section of Southeast Yakima will have the opportunity to help spruce up their neighborhoods on Saturday during a One-Day Community Cleanup event being sponsored by the City of Yakima, Shields Bag and Printing, Yakima Valley Partners – Habitat for Humanity, Yakima Waste Systems, and the Greater Yakima Chamber of Commerce.

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Hands On Activities For Kids Friday At The Museum — Dave’s Diary

The 4th annual Blossom Festival take place at the Yakima Valley Museum this Friday from 5 to 7:30 p.m. It’s a hands-on extravaganza of fun for kids.  Activity booths will be themed to match the different exhibits found in the museum including decorating and planting a flowerpot to take home, face painting, hair feathers, crafts, music, games and more!  Child-friendly food and beverages will be served and included in your ticket price

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Yakima’s Biggest Yard Sale is May 9, But What Other ‘Yakima’s Biggests’ Can We Think Of?

Here at "The BIG Show" on KATS, we are getting geared up for Yakima's BIGGEST Yard Sale on May 9 at J.M. Perry Tech.

With that, we wondered: What are some of Yakima's other "biggest" things?

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Yakima Is A Great Bargain For Millennials – Dave’s Diary

The Daily Dish calls itself “The Mother of All Coupon Blogs and while I’m not a regular reader or coupon clipper, the latest article caught my attention because it features Yakima.

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Birdwatchers, Beware: Randall Park Pond Drawdown Begins — Dave’s Diary

A dear old friend is about to undergo a face-lift and she wants us all to know the water level will be dropping during the process. Huh?

“She” is Randall Park and the face-lift is work on a new birdwatching observation deck

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A Symphony Sets Feast For All The Senses At the 4th Street Theater – Dave’s Diary

The Yakima Symphony is serving up Heavenly Delicacies at 4th Street Theatre Saturday night.

Heavenly Delicacies will feature celestial music paired with heavenly desserts from some of Yakima’s finest restaurants as well as wonderful Yakima Valley wines. The program wil

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Trade A Toy For A Tour of Lights — Dave’s Diary

A Christmas tradition for thousands of families is to hop in the car and take a tour of neighborhoods featuring those brightly, beautifully decorated holiday homes.  But why drive yourself when Sunwest Limousine  has a great option for a free ride.

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