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Health Officials Recommend Getting Flu Shots Early

Mariann Patnode with the Yakima County Health District says it is not too early to get a flu shot.

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Dogs Raise Money For Cancer

The dog days of summer were taken quite literally at Yakima's Randall Park Saturday morning.

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Health Organizations Reaching Out to Community at Fiesta Foods

Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital and Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic partnered with Fiesta Foods of Yakima to provide health care resources, medical screenings and other health care information to the public.

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E. Coli Cases On The Rise

The Yakima Public Health District is investigating an unusual amount of E. coli cases this year.

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Doctor Revolutionizes Healthcare By No Longer Accepting Insurance

Dr. Michael Ciampi may very well be a hero for our times.

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Yakima Forum On The Affordable Health Care Act

You can learn more about the Affordable Care Act in Washington state during a forum next week in Yakima. Tuesday, May 14, 5:30 p.m., at the Yakima Arboretum, the League of Women Voters of Yakima County (LWVYC) in partnership with Northwest Health Law Advocates (NoHLA) will present a Consumer Forum on the Affordable Care Act in Washington State. The event is free, and open to the general public.

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Yakima Valley Diaries and EPA to Improve Water Quality

Dairy operators in the Yakima Valley have reached an agreement with the Environmental Protection Agency to improve water quality in their community.

The agreement provides for long-term certainty for the dairy operators and strong, enforceable measures to protect groundwater

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FOLLIES RETURN TO YAKIMA IN 2013

Memorial Hospital is pleased to announce the return of “The Follies” to center stage at the Capitol Theatre on March 2, 2013.  The Follies is a Broadway style show and fundraiser designed to showcase local community and hospital talent

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More Wildfires in Yakima and Kittitas Counties

Nearly a thousand boots are on the ground fighting fires scattered across Yakima and Kittitas Counties. At this time, the largest one is only 10 percent contained. Poor air quality and heavy smoke is making life in Ellensbu

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Shriners Screening Clinic Coming to Yakima

The clinic is to take place at Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences in October.

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