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House Cuts EPA Funding, Ethanol Official Questions Cause of Food Price Increases

  • A House Subcommittee approved legislation last week to cut EPA’s funding by nine percent while stopping the agency from finishing carbon pollution regulations for power plants.

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Work on Tiger Marts Beginning This Summer

Work on the most contaminated former Tiger Mart site in Yakima is expected to start within the next month thanks to $500,000 grant from the state Department of Ecology.

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WSP Investigating Fatal Crash On Highway 97, New Businesses Near Airport, More Briefs

  • The Washington State Patrol is investigating a crash that killed two people riding a motorcycle north of Wapato Thursday night.

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Organic Trade Agreement Eases U.S. Exports, Average Picnic Cost Rises

  • Organic processed products certified in the U.S. or Korea can now be labeled as organic in either country as of Wednesday.

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Downtown Parking Study Will Get Two Public Hearings

The city of Yakima has set two public hearings to talk about a parking study and proposed plaza designs for downtown Yakima.

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New Business Catering to Gun Owners Opening in July

A new state-of-the-art, one-of-a-kind shooting range is opening in Yakima next month.

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Supreme Court Rules Against EPA, Monsanto Looking at Takeovers

  • On Monday the Supreme Court said the Environmental Protection Agency could not rewrite specific standards for power plant and factory emissions of greenhouse gases written into the law according to the Washington Post.

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Buying a Farm Is Costing More in 2014

Farmland has big value in the Yakima Valley and across the state and the value is on the rise as a result of farm products gaining big sales numbers.

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U-Pick Farms Bring in Tourists

Ag tourism is a big draw for visitors from around the state and that is good news to Jim Blonde who, along with his wife, own West Valley U-Pick on Zier Road.

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Reviewing Proposed Plaza Plans Next Step for Yakima

The next step in the process to redesign downtown is a chance to view some proposed plans for a proposed plaza.

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