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Helping Kids Work Through The Loss Of A Loved One

It is one of the classic photos in the country's history.  The children of a slain president standing at attention for the funeral procession.  No child should have to suffer the early loss of a parent but it does happen and it can prove devastating if the child doesn't have a way to process grief.   Do you know a child who is grieving the death of a parent or other close loved one?

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Category: Families, Psychology
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Tigers, Lions But No Bears Oh My

A tiger and baby lion are just one of the many different animals you'll see at this year's Central Washington State Fair. The exotic animal exhibit is in the southwest corner of the fairgrounds near the Budweiser stage

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Category: Yakima News
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Farm Bureau Backs Newhouse For Congress

Less than a week to fall and the campaign season is in full swing.  Candidates are busy raising cash, making speeches and collecting endorsements they hope will help convince you that they deserve your vote.

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Yakima Police Hoping For More Crime Free Housing

Phase 1 of a 3 part certification to have your property certified by the Yakima Police Department as a “Crime Free” rental property is coming up next month.

Free training for Landlords and Rental Property Owners is October 7th, 9th, and 16th from 6-9 p

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Category: Yakima News
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Big Crowd Expected On Yakima Avenue For Sunfair Parade

The 53rd annual Yakima Sunfair Parade starts at 10:00 a.m. Saturday morning in downtown Yakima. Sunfair Parade President Brian Campfield says this year's Grand Marshal is Yakima County Sheriff Ken Irwin who's retiring at the end of the year

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Category: Yakima News
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Richland Man Dies After Falling Off Cliff

A 72-year-old man from Richland riding a mountain bike was killed Thursday after falling 200 feet from a cliff along the Tieton River.

Yakima County sheriff's deputies report Stanley Nuxall Sr. was riding the bike on a dirt road near an irrigation canal south of Highway 12 above the cliffs

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Category: Yakima News
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Your Spatial Attentiveness Is As Young As You Feel? — Dave’s Diary

You know what I hate? I hate getting those “you are getting older” emails and jokes.  I already know it, so don’t rub it in. And they’re not funny anyway.

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What Shape Is Your Mood? — Dave’s Diary

In 1888 Friedrich Nietzsche wrote in the Twilight of the Idols, “What does not kill me, makes me stronger.” It’s a famous quote and is still used today, but what Freddy didn’t know then is that the trial and tribulations that test us men will likely change our taste in women!

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Yakima Police Hoping To Find Funding For K9

The Yakima Police Department hopes to soon replace Havoc, a K9 that was killed while off duty last week. Police spokesman Mike Bastinelli says the only problem is funding. The dogs are paid for through private donations

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Category: Yakima News
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Lawmakers Talking Transportation In Yakima

The State's Joint Transportation Committee is meeting in Yakima today to talk about statewide projects including those in Yakima. City Manager Tony O'Rourke says the city is looking for funding for a variety of projects including the expansion of I-82 and new on and off ramps into the mill site area which is estimated to cost some $56 million

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Category: Yakima News

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