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Researchers Talking To Yakima Drivers This Weekend

Five different intersections will be busier then normal this Friday and Saturday in Yakima. National researchers will be back for the second time talking to drivers measuring the amount of impaired driving happening on roads in Yakima

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Celebrate With Wine Saturday It’s Wine Tourism Day

Saturday is a special day for wineries in the Yakima Valley. Saturday, November 8 is National Wine Tourism Day says John Cooper the Executive Director of Yakima Valley Tourism. "Tourism is about a $350 million dollar industry and certainly wine tourism is a big part of the visitor experience

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City Council Not Holding Advisory Vote on Plaza

Tuesday night's Yakima City Council meeting was contentious, and in the end the council decided to not hold an advisory vote in 2015 on the proposed downtown plaza.

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California Expecting Some Drought Relief, Columbia Basin Project Moves Forward

  • California producers can expect precipitation levels to improve this winter but not enough to reverse the ongoing historic drought conditions.

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General Election Results Yakima County and City Races

Here are unofficial results as of 8:15 p.m. Tuesday -- the vote won't be certified until  Nov. 25 by county officials. The state will make the results official on Dec. 4.


Yakima County Assesor

Dave Cook 97.39%
Yakima Coun

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Yakima’s 2014 Holiday Craft Faire is Coming Nov. 21-23

 

 

 

Don't panic: Nobody's trying to stress you out by telling you how many shopping days you have left or how packed the roads and airports are looking this holiday season.

No, this t

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Yakima County Auditor Presides Over Last Election

After nearly 14 years on the job as the only elected Democratic Auditor in the County Corky Holloway is presiding over her last election today. Holloway is retiring at the end of the year after a career in which she helped the county switch from poll voting to a mail in balloting system

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General Election Results State and District Races

Here are unofficial results as of 8:55 p.m. Tuesday -- the vote won't be certified until Friday.


Congressional District 4 U.S. Representative

Clint Didier 48.33%
Dan Newhouse 51.67%

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General Election Results Other Races

Here are unofficial results as of 8:30 p.m. Tuesday -- the vote won't be certified until Friday.


State Supreme Court Justice, Position 1

Mary Yu 100.00%


State Supreme Court Justice, Position 3

Mary E. Fairhurst 100.00%

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New Wine Center To Grow Wine Industry

RICHLAND, Wash. (AP) — Construction should be mostly completed this year and some professors could move in early next year at the new Wine Science Center at Washington State University. A grand opening is planned in March at the $23 million center

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