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Concern Over Bison in Yellowstone, President Sending 2015 Budget

  • According to a USDA study using wild bison deemed free of cattle disease from Yellowstone National Park to establish new herds across the American West could be done without posing a risk to livestock.

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City Council Meeting About Marijuana Dollars

The Yakima City Council will hold a special meeting at 9:30 a.m. Friday to talk about the possibility of sharing tax dollars made by the state marijuana sales.

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Tax Reform Proposal from House, Grants for Nearly 2,000 Colleges

  • Some say Congress will not actually get around to working on tax reform until 2017 but the House Ways and Means Committee Chair Dave Camp has unveiled a new tax reform proposal.

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City Council Reviewing Mill Site Cleanup Options

The Yakima City Council continues work to clean up the landfill portion of the former mill site along I-82.

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Senators Urge Trade Talks with Japan and USDA Has Grants Available

  • A bipartisan group of Senators is urging U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman to negotiate a comprehensive and acceptable agreement with Japan that will increase market access for all agricultural products as part of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) talks.

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Trade Agreements and Tariffs Under the Microscope

  • The Obama Administration plans to give Congress reason to approve Trade Promotion Authority by negotiating a Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement they can’t pass up.

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Cawley and Clements Running for Local Offices, More Briefs

  • The Mayor of Yakima wants a new job as Micah Cawley says he'll announce his candidacy for Yakima County Auditor Tuesday.

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Bumblebee Population Declining, Farm Capital Restructuring

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Farm to School Grants Help Kids, Farm Size Growing

  • U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has announced the release of a request for applications for the third round of USDA’s Farm to School grants.

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Free Home Repairs for Some Yakima Residents

The Yakima office of Neighborhood Development Services is offering free home repairs to disabled residents and low to moderate income seniors in the city.

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