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Farm Bill Helping Disaster Areas, Obama Leaves Japan Without Trade Deal

  • It’s been nearly two weeks since the USDA started taking enrollment in four new farm bill programs for disaster assistance.

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Agricultural Investment Provides Great Boost, Bigger Horses on Tourist Ranches

  • Studies have shown that every dollar invested in agricultural research returns $20 to the economy.

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Yakima Airport Seeing More Business

There is good news about ridership at the Yakima Airport -- it has risen to 77 percent for the past three months.

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Farm Bureau Fighting New Rule, USDA Investing Nearly $400 Million

  • The American Farm Bureau Federation is asking its members to join a grassroots campaign, Ditch the Rule.

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Foundation Hopes New Website Generates Ideas for Mill Site

Yakima's Millpark Imagineering Foundation has launched a new website to help Yakima think out of the box about the old mill site along Interstate 82.

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Granger Cherry Festival This Weekend, More Briefs

  • For the past 66 years the city of Granger has been celebrating cherries and they will be celebrating again this weekend.

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New Fund Created for Rural Business, Lawmakers Concerned with Trade Trip

  • The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Rural Business Investment Program is developing a new investment fund, the Rural Business Investment Company, to allow innovative small businesses throughout rural America to access the capital they need to grow and create jobs.

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Work Begins on Tiger Marts

Yakima city crews are working this spring and summer to clean up four former Tiger Marts owned by the city.

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Train Scheduling Impacting Farmers, Fighting E. Coli

  • Last week the U.S. Surface Transportation Board ordered BNSF Railway and Canadian Pacific Railway to direct all railcars to make fertilizer deliveries to avoid planting delays this spring.

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All-America City Campaign Kicks Into High Gear

The All-America City award could be given to Yakima in June.

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