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Your Child Plays With Matches Or Lighters? Call YFD

The Yakima Fire Department is hoping to help more kids through it's Juvenile Firesetter Program this year. Firefighter and Program Coordinator Jay Elmo says the program is aimed at dousing the dangerous curiosity of young kids who like to play with fire

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Falling Gas Prices In Yakima County For 2015

Filling up your gas tank is getting cheaper every week in Yakima and throughout the State of Washington. Average retail gasoline prices in Yakima have fallen 4.6 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2

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Manslaughter Suspect Could Be In Yakima This Week

A man arrested in connection with the March 2013 shooting death of his pregnant wife is expected to be back in Yakima County this week.

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The 58th Annual Wapato Bean Feed Is Jan. 16

Wapato High School will be hosting the 58th Annual Bean Feed on Friday, Jan. 16.

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City Boards and Commissions Looking for New Members

The city of Yakima is looking for volunteers to fill open positions on several city boards and commissions for 2015.

According to a city news release, "The Planning Commission and Community Review Board currently have one open position each, the Southeast Community Center Advisory Committee has two open positions, and the Parks and Recreation Commission has two open positions and one open youth position

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Donating Christmas Trees to Help Camp Primetime

Camp Primetime, which provides camping experiences for families with severely disabled children, has been chipping Christmas trees in the valley for more than 20 years, but this is the last weekend they'll be out collecting donations

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Yakima Man Trying to Get Community Garden

A Yakima man is beginning the new year with a campaign for change. Now he just has to convince the Yakima City Council that his plan for a public garden is worth it. David Gaudette wants to turn the empty plot of land near Nob Hill Boulevard and 32nd Avenue into a public garden of just under 2 acres

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Terrace Heights Man Arrested for Wife’s 2013 Killing

 

The Yakima County Sheriff's Office says a Terrace Heights man has been arrested near Memphis, Tennessee for the death of his wife in 2013.

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Tribal Casinos Won’t Take Welfare Cards Anymore

OLYMPIA (AP) -- Tribal casinos in Washington will no longer cash welfare cards under an agreement with the state Gambling Commission.

The commission said Tuesday that 27 of the 29 federally recognized tribes in the state -- including the Yakama Nation -- have agreed to amend gambling agreements to ensure that all cash dispensing and point-of-sale machines refuse electronic benefit cards

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Classic VW Will Be Given Away Thursday — Ticket Sales Benefit American Legion Baseball

 

New Year’s Day at Parker Field, the Yakima Pepsi Beetles American Legion Baseball Program will draw the winning name for a classic 1972 Volkswagen Super Beetle.

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