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Yakima Valley Museum Welcomes Bigfoot Believers

If you are a lover of bigfoot and the tales that surround the mystery, you might have been at the Yakima Valley Museum this past weekend for the Bigfoot Roundup, a convention that was held in conjunction with the museum's bigfoot exhibit, "Sasquatch Revealed."

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Shoulder Project on Lincoln Avenue Expected to Cause Delays

Commuters on Lincoln Avenue will experience some delays Monday as a shoulder project closes one westbound lane.

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Harman Center Hosting Three Fall Events

Yakima Valley Seniors Inc. and the Harman Center have announced three events the public is invited to for the upcoming Fall season.

The schedule starts with a baked potato feed on October 21. The event starts at 5:30 p

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Voters Have Chance to Invest In Yakima Parks

Yakima voters are being asked to make a major investment in city parks through Proposition 1 on the November ballot. City Manager Tony O'Rourke says the idea is to create a dedicated public parks and recreation fund to make major upgrades to city parks

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Facts About Gun Measures On The Ballot

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Voters in Washington state will soon weigh in on two competing measures dealing with background checks on gun sales.

Initiative 594 would expand background checks to all gun sales and transfers in Washington state, including at gun shows and person-to-person sales

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Friday Night Lights: Here’s the High School Football Schedule for Oct. 10

 

Here's where your favorite high school football team will be playing this week!

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Teenager Under Arrest for Threats Against Students at Naches Valley High

A Yakima County sheriff's spokesman says a 14-year-old Naches Valley High School student accused of making "very detailed plans" to kill three other students has been arrested.

Sheriff's Sgt. Mike Russell says his office began investigating Wednesday after getting a report from a "concerned citizen" that the boy was planning to kill the other students, also 14, at school

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No Ebola Cases In Yakima But Health Officials Say They’re Prepared

The Yakima County Health District is working closely with hospital and doctors in providing the most updated information about the Ebola virus. Diane Bock the districts' Community Health Supervisor says the possibility of a case in the valley is rare but she it could happen

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Commission Says Put Down That Phone While Driving

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — The Washington Traffic Safety Commission is asking state lawmakers to upgrade the texting-while-driving law to bring it from the flip-phone age to smart phone technology.

As passed seven years ago, the law bans texting or holding a phone to the ear while driving

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Local Anti-Bullying Rally Coming Saturday

An anti-bullying rally will be held at Yakima's Hoover Elementary School on Saturday.

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