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Feeding The 5,000 Thanksgiving Celebration This Saturday
Hundreds of people will get a free Thanksgiving meal this Saturday at Davis High School. It is called “Feeding the 5,000 Thanksgiving Celebration” by Yakima’s Cross Church. Coordinator Judy Parten says the number of people enjoying a free meal has increase…
Yakima School District Construction Project Bids to be Recommend
Last week KIT News told you that Yakima School District officials had rejected bids for the remodel project at Davis High School. Yakima School District Construction and Planning Principal Jim Wright says on Monday the 97 million dollar remodel project received 3 bids and one from a construction com…
Free Workshop on ‘The Dream Act’ Offered Saturday
A free workshop is planned for Yakima on Saturday to help people understand the Obama administrations dream act or deferred action program. During the workshop attorney's will offer free advice. The dream act removes the threat of deportation for as many as 40 thousand young people in the state who …
Davis High School to get Face-lift
Davis High School is the latest facility in the Yakima School District to get a face-lift. That's on top of construction already being done at Eisenhower High School and Stanton Academy. Our News Partner KIMA Action News reports Davis is preparing for a $97-million renovation...
Local Schools Receive State Achievement Awards
Eleven schools from South Central Washington were among the latest recipients to be honored with the statewide Washington Achievement Awards.  The annual awards were formally presented by the Washington State Board of Education and the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction on…
Yakima School District Construction Works Continues
Major construction work continues in the Yakima School District with support beams for walls already up at the new Eisenhower High School at 40th and Tieton. District spokeswoman Mary Beth Wright says remodeling and expansion work is also ongoing at Davis High School, YVTech and Stanton Academy…

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