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Yakima County Deputies Could Finally Have Contract

A long, drawn-out labor dispute between Yakima County sheriff's deputies and the Yakima County commissioners is over.

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Battle Over Labeling Continues, Farm Bill Implementation Begins

  • The World Trade Organization’s report on Country Of Origin Labeling’s compliance with trade obligations has reportedly been transmitted to the U.S. government but not yet been made available to the public according to National Farmers Union President Roger Johnson.

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Hundreds Becoming U.S. Citizens Friday

As the country celebrates its independence and freedom on Friday, a large group in Yakima will become new Americans.

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Yakima Planning on Being More Bike Friendly

The city of Yakima is working to make a safer, easier way for bicyclists to pedal around town.

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City Council Could Fine Violators of Pit Bull Service-Animal Rules

The Yakima City Council meets Tuesday to talk about pit bulls, among other things.

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Yakima City Council Looking to Build Tennis Courts

The Yakima City Council will vote this week on a partnership to renovate one local facility.

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No Need to Propose, You’re Married

Thousands of registered domestic partners will start the week married in the eyes of the state, under a component of Washington's same-sex marriage law that was approved by voters in 2012.

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House Committee Passes Tech Bill, Asian Officials Tour Meat Facilities

  • The House Science, Space and Technology Committee voted Tuesday to advance a bill intended to stop the Environmental Protection Agency’s use of what Republicans call secret science to write regulations.

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Meeting Regarding North First Street Thursday

Yakima city officials will talk Thursday about upgrading the city's front door -- North First Street.

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Survey Shows Americans Waste 133 Billion Pounds of Food

  • A recent survey by USDA’s Economic Research Service estimates 133 billion pounds of all food available for consumption in the U.S. went uneaten in 2010 and 58.4 billion pounds of that was in the meat, poultry and fish category.

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