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”AMERICAN IDOL” GOING AWAY

NEW YORK (AP) — The long goodbye is under way for "American Idol." Fox says it will take the show off the air after next season. And during the 15th and final season, former judges and contestants will take part in the farewell

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Dairy Suit Resolved In Yakima County

YAKIMA, Wash. (AP) — Three dairies in Yakima Valley are operating under stricter sanitation standards following Monday's resolution of a years-long lawsuit.
The Community Association for the Restoration of the Environment was behind the lawsuit filed in February 2013 that claimed the dairies were contaminating groundwater with improper manure management

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Category: Yakima News
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In Stores: “Smart” Mirrors

NEW YORK (AP) — In the fairy tale Snow White, there was the "mirror, mirror" on the wall who was asked who was the fairest of them all. Soon, the mirror on the wall of some dressing rooms will provide answers, too — like what jeans will work well with the shirt you are trying on

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Members Of Congress Attend 27th Annual Capitol Hill Ice Cream Party
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Mmmmmm….Big Sundae World Record. Bring a Big Spoon!

NASHVILLE, Mich. (AP) — I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream. And a small town in southwest Michigan is taking the chant a step further. The village of Nashville is eagerly waiting to learn if it set a world record with the construction of an 1,800 foot ice cream sundae

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Creativity Improves the Bottom Line on the Farm; June 1st Deadline for Hazard Communication Standard

Farmers and ranchers are creative people who can put that creativity to work and improve the bottom line for their operations - according to Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack. Vilsack says Value-Added Producer Grants enable them to develop new product lines to grow their businesses and expand their contributions to the nation’s economy. USDA is making

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Leaving An Animal In Your Car Could Get You A Fine

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Gov. Jay Inslee has signed into law a measure making it a civil offense to lock an animal in a car or enclosed space in dangerous conditions, like extreme heat or cold.

Inslee signed Senate Bill 5501 Monday, joined by Waffles, a 1-year-old Schnauzer-Yorkshire Terrier mix who belongs to bill sponsor Sen

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Category: Yakima News
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Current Council’s One Last Chamber Of Commerce Hoorah! – Dave’s Diary

Today was a little bittersweet as the realities of my time on council coming to an end becomes more clear.  The Yakima Chamber of Commerce’s sponsored the State of the City Report luncheon where members of the City Council took turns highlighting city accomplishments in the areas of public safety, economic development, partnerships, built environment and public trust and then answered a few questions from the audience.

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