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Wear on Chesterley Park Leads to Search for New Soccer Complex

Soccer is one of the most popular sports in Yakima, but the city is short on soccer fields.

Rich Austin, director of sports for the Yakima Valley Sports Commission, says the city desperately needs a facility with up to 15 soccer fields

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Public Market and Business Incubator Taking Next Steps

A public market and business incubator; two things Yakima City officials are exploring as part of the downtown redevelopment plan.

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Downtown Summer Nights Ends Season With Bang

Hundreds of people enjoyed Blake Noble and his didgeridoo for the last Downtown Summer Nights concert in downtown Yakima Thursday night.

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Dogs In Yakima Will Soon Have A New Park

Yakima will soon have a new dog park. Yakima Parks and Recreation spokesperson Jenise Sanders says the new park is being built in a large field on the south side of Wide Hollow Creek next to Randle Park on 48th Avenue

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Foundation Established To Protect Public Art In Yakima

All public art is protected in Yakima from damage and graffiti thanks to the Millennium Arts Foundation started in 2003 by Elizabeth Herres Miller of Yakima. She's now a board member of the foundation that was originally started as part of the creation of the Millennium Arts Plaza downtown

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Forbes Study Says Seattle’s 12th Man Not the Best NFL Fans

 

Seattle's 12th-man fans might be the NFL's loudest, but Forbes' online edition says they aren't the best. That honor goes to the Green Bay Packer cheeseheads. Where did Seahawks fans come in?

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Adriel Gonzalez is Chief for a Day in Yakima

Just call him "Chief," because that's exactly what Adriel Gonzalez will be during Yakima's part of the annual Chief for a Day celebration today.

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No Military Surplus Equipment for Yakima Police

The Yakima Police Department, like other law-enforcement agencies around the country, is watching the tense situation in Ferguson, Mo., closely.

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City Losing Soccer Fields Leading to Search for New Spots

Yakima city officials are searching for soccer fields.

City Manager Tony O'Rourke says there is a major need for new fields in the city because of the planned expansion of Perry Technical Institute and the loss of soccer fields next to the school on Washington Avenue and the possibility of a new city pool going into Chesterly Park on 40th Avenue

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Central Washington State Fair Offering Lots Of Jobs

Each year the Central Washington State Fair employs hundreds of Yakima Valley residents during the 10-day event.  And this year is no exception.  While many of the fair jobs in admissions, concessions, security and in fairgrounds maintenance have already been filled, anyone interested in applying for any open Fair jobs should contact WorkSource at 306 Division Street in Yakima

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