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Break Out the Sanitary Wipes, the Number One Place for Germs is…

I was just going through some information and found this. Moms get ready for this!

Did you know that according to the International Journal of Environmental Health, the number one germ-infested surface is playground equipment? It tested positive for harmful germs almost 50% of the time! So parents, carry alcohol wipes and clean everyone’s hands a couple of times during park visits

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Yakima Parks Making Plans for New Influx of Money

Yakima city parks are about to see some big changes, thanks to the passage of Proposition 1 on Tuesday's ballot.

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How Will You Vote on Prop 1? [POLL]

This November, the Yakima public will be able to vote on whether or not there should be a charter amendment in the city constitution that sets aside $750,000 per year for the city's parks.

In one way, it would guarantee that the city's parks could always be improved and nothing would stop Yakima from getting great outdoor options

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Boulder Cave Closing for Year Monday

Hurry up and visit Boulder Cave because it will be closed for the summer beginning July 7.

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Residents Can Help Raise $200,000 for Randall Park

If you can help, Yakima city officials are hoping you will step forward and donate money to help improve Randall Park in Yakima.

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Dog and Wine Walk and Cop Run Helping Charity, More Briefs

  • You can enjoy some great wine and a walk with your dog during the 6th annual Yakima Valley Pet Rescue Canine and Wine Walk.

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Should Smoking Be Banned In Yakima Parks? [POLL]

This past week at the Yakima City Council meeting, Sara Bristol brought up the idea of banning smoking in city parks. It's an interesting proposition and one I think most families would agree with. Other cities around the country have enacted similar bans. So as we wait for this issue to come back to the city council, what do you think?

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The Parker Sports Foundation’s Jerry Ward on KIT’s Mike Bastinelli Show [AUDIO]

 

Longtime YVCC athletic director Jerry Ward talked about his current role as President of the board of directors of the Parker Youth and Sports Foundation on Wednesday's Mike Bastinelli show.

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