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Sorry Paula, Opposites Do Not Attract!

24 years ago Paula Abdul had a hit record with the song “Opposites Attract.” But since nobody is lining up to give Abdul a Nobel Prize for brains, is there any truth to the old adage that opposites attract? Research says – not really.

In fact, Paula may want to pen a sequel because just the opposite is true.

It turns out most of us actually seek out people who think and act like we do. A study by the National Academy of Sciences found that people who considered themselves attractive wanted a similarly attractive partner. If they considered themselves wealthy – they were NOT yearning for someone poor.

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Times Are Tough – So What’s Your Kid Earn?

To hear Dave Ramsey and other financial experts tell it, one of the most important things you can do is to teach your kids about money management and for many of us that starts with the allowance.  Has

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Space Shuttle Trainer Landing in Seattle’s Museum of Flight

Seattle (AP) - The last big piece of the space shuttle trainer is schedule to arrive at Seattle's museum of flight on Thursday morning.

NASA's special super guppy plane will be delivering the front section of the payload bay at Boeing field

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Community Health of Central Washington Celebrates Community Health Fair

Community Health of Central Washington will host their First Annual Health and Fitness Awareness Fair Saturday August 11th, from 10am-2pm.

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Governor Candidate Rob McKenna Unveils a Public Education Plan

Tacoma, Wash. (AP) - Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Rob McKenna has unveiled a plan that would spend an additional $1.7 billion on the state's public education obligations and higher education through 2015

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Yakima School Board to Dip into Reserves and No Programs Cuts

The Yakima School board has decided to dip into reserves and not cut programs or staff to balance a budget shortfall. A report from the Yakima Herald Republic said that the board voted last night to take over $17 million from its reserves at just over $4 million, which is below the 3 to 5 percent the board like to likes to keep. District revenues are down because of a drop in enrollment, and expenses continue to rise.

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In State Tuition Could Hit $20K in Washington

The Associated Press reports that tuition rates are climbing so fast in Washington State, they could reach $20K by 2019.

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Residential Area Wildfires: How Do You Protect Your Property?

Our recent extremely hot weather is spiking the potential of wildfires. How do you protect your home if you live in a potential fire danger area?

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Toppenish Principal in Runnings for National Principal of the Year

While kids are out for the Summer, Toppenish Principal Trevor Greene is up for a national award for Principal of the Year. Greene is one of six educators competing for the award presented by the National Principals Association and Metlife

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$100,000 Grant Awarded To Yakima Valley Community College

Yakima Valley Community College just landed a $100,000 grant. It’s only one of fifteen community colleges nationwide. Find out how the school plans to use the money to better help its students achieve their goals.

YVCC is the only school on th

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