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English Pop Music Found To Be Among World’s Most Depressing – Dave’s Diary

Pop music.  What comes to mind when you think about popular music?  Iggy? Beiber? Taylor?  Pop music by definition is fun, breezy, catchy and not too thought provoking.  Depressing is not a word you would use to describe pop – unless you are a geeky mathematician with time and a super computer on your hands

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Pasco Hispanic Group Asks Feds to Review Police Shooting

PASCO (AP) -- The leader of a Hispanic group in Pasco is asking the Justice Department to investigate the fatal police shooting last week in Pasco.

Consejo Latino Chairman Felix Vargas says he supports law enforcement in general but he believes there's a conflict of interest in the investigation by a local law enforcement team, the multi-agency Tri-City Special Investigations Unit

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Yakima City Manager Looking At New Job In Arizona

Yakima City Manager Tony O'Rourke could leave Yakima in the near future -- he's among nine finalists for the city manager position in Sedona, Ariz., according to the city's website.

An article in today's Yakima Herald-Republic says O'Rourke has applied for the job for personal reasons, not because he's unhappy with his current job in Yakima

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Sleep Test Proves The Power of The Power Nap – Dave’s Diary

We've talked about this before and again I’ll admit to the occasional “power nap”.  I’ll even admit to taking a nap or two long before researchers came out in support of the idea!

Morning radio has forever altered my natural sleep patterns and I can never seem to get enough deep nighttime sleep

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YVCC to Host Engineering Day for Kids

Yakima Valley Community College's engineering department, in partnership with the Yakima branch of the American Society of Civil Engineers, will host "Engineering Day for Kids" this Saturday (Feb. 21) from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Hopf Union Building.

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