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Michelson Packaging Fire Cleanup Continues

 

Crews continue to clean up in the aftermath of Saturday's fire, which destroyed about $500,000 worth of cardboard products.

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State Officials Preparing for Worst, Seeking $9 Million Drought-Relief Fund

YAKIMA (AP) — The state of Washington has not yet declared a drought this year, but they're asking the Legislature for $9 million for drought relief in case it's needed.

The Department of Ecology says snowpack levels statewide are about 28 percent of normal

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New Dog, New Tricks – Short Term Memory Too Short! – Dave’s Diary

My wife’s pet, Dewey the wonder dog, now has a pet dog of his own.  (We call him a wonder dog because we wonder what kind of dog he is!)

The new dog’s name -according to daughter Kate- is Lucy Hamsterbutt,  for obvious physical reasons

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Local Prep Teams Finish Strong at WIAA Hardwood Classic (Updated)

Local teams made the rest of the state take notice of the Yakima Valley during the three-day 2015 WIAA Hardwood Classic, which wrapped up Saturday night with top-ranked Federal Way's 65-46 victory over A

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A.C. Davis Clips Woodinville’s Wings, Draws Bead on WIAA 4A Boys Basketball Crown

A.C. Davis High School's boys basketball team maintained their resiliency and fortitude in Friday's state championship semifinals on the Tacoma Dome, outlasting a tough 19-7 Woodinville Falcons squad, 63-52

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Stewart Subaru’s Yakima Humane Society Gift Will Feed a Lot of Mouths

A donation of nearly $15,000 from Stewart Subaru will go a long way toward helping the Yakima Humane Society feed and care for the cats, dogs and other homeless animals the independent, nonprofit agency tries to rescue.

The car dealership's general manager, Mark Prater, presented Humane Society outreach manage

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Dozer Days Organizers Digging for Volunteers

If you or your kids love big machinery and would like a chance to operate heavy equipment like a big bulldozer then you'll want to be at Dozer Days at State Fair Park later this month.

The big event, sponsored by the Central Washington Homebuilders Association, is set for March  21 and 22

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Opponents of New Gun Law File Lawsuit

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson is asking a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the state's new gun law.

Ferguson said in a motion filed on Thursday that voters overwhelmingly approved Initiative 594 and that his office will vigorously defend the law that expands background checks for gun sales

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Yakima Men Injured In Bus Crash

Investigators say it appears the Yakima driver of a large box truck fell asleep before the truck crossed the center line of a rural central Washington highway, colliding with a car and a school bus. The driver, 54-year-old Kenneth Hahn and passenger 39-year-old Michael Driver both from Yakima suffered serious injuries

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Cashier Shot Police Looking For Suspects

Yakima Police are searching for suspect in a shooting at a North Fifth Avenue convenience store in which a cashier suffered a gunshot wound to the chest. Police say a woman and the male shooter arrived at the A&A Mini Mart on North Fifth Avenue at about 7:00 p.m.

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