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Pit Bull Limits Common in Central Washington

Pit bulls get a bad reputation. In Yakima, the breed of dog is banned if it is not a service animal, but in the Tri-Cities it is a different story.

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City Sign Ordinance Rankling Some Businesses

A city ordinance limiting businesses to one sign is upsetting some Yakima merchants as code enforcement officers work to make sure the rule is followed.

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Yakima to Vote on Downtown Plaza, Fisher Park Golf Course Safe

The Yakima City Council wants to know how you feel about the proposed downtown plaza plan.

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Officials Traveling to Missoula to See Plaza

Yakima city officials travel to Missoula, Mont., this week to see how that city is seeing success with its downtown and a plaza.

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City Manager Pushing for New Indoor Pool

Yakima City Manager Tony O'Rourke says the city deserves a new indoor pool facility and should not spend more money on refurbishing Lions Pool.

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USDA Providing Snapshot of States, President Acts on Climate Change

  • USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service last week released new 2012 Census of Agriculture profiles for the 50 states, Puerto Rico and more than 3,000 counties in the nation.

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City Council to Discuss Pools Tuesday

The Yakima City Council will take up a seasonally appropriate topic during their regular meeting Tuesday night.

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Vending Machine Limits Part of Ag Budget, Education on Farm Bill

  • The House Appropriations Committee approved the Fiscal Year 2015 agricultural appropriations bill by a vote of 31 to 18 last week.

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Union Gap Approves Marijuana Sales

The Union Gap City Council voted in favor of allowing marijuana retail sales, production and processing within city limits at their regular meeting Tuesday.

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Mississippi River Locks to Be Modernized, Meat Labeling in Court

  • The House of Representatives passed the Water Resources Reform and Development Act on Tuesday which will authorize modernization of the locks and dams on the Mississippi River and harbor projects important to agriculture.

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