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How You Sleep Is How You’ll Work….zzzzzzzzz – Dave’s Diary

Facebook, texting, the internet and Mary the receptionist – all are potential office distractions that can impact productivity. But what about the sleep you got the night before? How does that affect your job performance?

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One In Three Americans Favor Equal Rights For Animals — Dave’s Diary

How did we get here?  A Gallup poll out yesterday found that 32 percent of Americans believe animals should have, quote, "the same rights as people to be free from harm and exploitation."

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Smoking Weed Could Stunt Your Teenager’s Growth — Dave’s Diary

All parents want tall, strong, healthy kids. Me, too. So as the parent of a 6-year-old, when it comes to meal time, I’m always doing to her what my mom used to do to me: I nag. I nag my daughter to eat her greens so she'll grow big and strong.

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Here’s Why Remembering Names Is Difficult — Dave’s Diary

And you are ...? Man, I hate not being able to remember names. And it’s getting worse! 

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Where’s The safest Seat on A Train? – Dave’s Diary

The Amtrak derailment in Pennsylvania has again shined the national spotlight on train safety.  I have taken Amtrak back to the Midwest three times and while all trips were safe and for the most part ok, they weren’t without incident.

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Reach Into the Kid’s Cabinet For A Hangover Cure — Dave’s Diary

My daughter Kate’s teacher Brooke Scott if out on maternity leave.  Congratulations to her and her new family!  It’s her first and at some point she will learn the value of Pedialyte, the drink designed to replace fluids that are lost when a child is sick.

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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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Photo by Ian Gavan/Getty Images
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Bike Plan And Bike Fun Come Together Next Week In Yakima – Dave’s Diary

The City of Yakima is in the midst of full blown effort to create a master plan for bicycle riders and the work slides off the desk and onto the streets this Sunday May 17.

The "Feet in the Street" event in Downtown Yakima is designed to provide family fun along with important information on bicycle and pedestrian safety

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10-Grand Coming To Promote Health & Learning For Valley Kids – Dave’s Diary

The nation’s largest philanthropy dedicated solely to health is throwing some of its monetary muscle to a Yakima group aimed at improving health and early learning for Yakima Valley children.

The Roadmaps to Health Action Award from The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation includes a $10,000 grant and up to one year of consultation and coaching to help the “Investing in Children Coalition” build a culture of health in the Yakima Valley

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Current Council’s One Last Chamber Of Commerce Hoorah! – Dave’s Diary

Today was a little bittersweet as the realities of my time on council coming to an end becomes more clear.  The Yakima Chamber of Commerce’s sponsored the State of the City Report luncheon where members of the City Council took turns highlighting city accomplishments in the areas of public safety, economic development, partnerships, built environment and public trust and then answered a few questions from the audience.

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