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Moratorium Set on Homeless Shelters in Yakima

The Yakima City Council has set a meeting for Nov. 18 to talk about a six-month moratorium on homeless shelters in the city of Yakima.

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Labeling Law Dealt Blow, USDA Invests Millions in Small Businesses

  • The World Trade Organization has again ruled against Country of Origin Labeling.

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County Budget Could Include New Deputies

The Yakima County Commissioners meet at 10:00 this morning at Yakima City Hall to talk about the 2015 budget.

Part of that budget includes the possibility of hiring new deputies for the Yakima County Sheriff's Office

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Mill Site Ideas on Agenda for City Council Meeting

The Yakima City Council will be talking about the former mill site property along I-82 at Tuesday's city council meeting.

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Council Member in Spokane Owns Pot Farm

Around the time Karen Stratton was appointed to the Spokane City Council, she planted her first marijuana crop.

The Spokesman Review reports that Stratton owns a pot farm with her husband, two family members and an unnamed partner. They spent tens of thousands of dollars on the ope

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Cattleman Association Challenging USDA, Marijuana Initiative in Oregon

  • The National Cattlemen's Beef Association announced Tuesday that 45 cattlemen’s associations don’t want USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack to issue an order for a supplemental beef checkoff.

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Yakima City Council Discussing Capital Projects

The city of Yakima has a long wish list of projects from a downtown plaza to cleaning up North First Street and City Council members talked about those capital projects during a study session Tuesday.

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Court Briefs Filed in COOL Case, Report on Northwest Ag Industries

  • Court briefs were filed earlier this week in the litigation over Country of Origin Labeling.

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City Council Approves Downtown Plaza Design, Raises Speed Limits

The Yakima City Council gave its approval to a design for the proposed downtown plaza and also indicated that it might cancel an advisory vote set for August of 2015 in their biweekly meeting Tuesday.

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Final Plaza Plan Unveiled Monday Night

Anyone who has been following the proposed downtown plaza plans and the controversy over parking in the downtown area will want to be at The Seasons Performance hall at 6:30 p.m. Monday.

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