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Terrace Heights Mobile Home Fire Contained

Firefighters battled a mobile home fire in Terrace Heights Wednesday afternoon.

Crews were called to the 2200 Block of Butterfield Road Wednesday afternoon as flames spread quickly and threatened surrounding homes

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Man Has Heart Attack – Crashes Truck into Terrace Heights Home

A 53-year-old Yakima man died in a one car crash in Terrace Heights area on Monday.

State Patrol Troopers say 53-year-old Leslie Bradley was driving southbound on Wendt road when he went off the roadway, through a field and crashed into a mobile home in the 300 block of Wendt road

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Yakima County Sheriff’s Deputies in Search of Terrace Heights Subway Robbery Suspect

 

A man with a knife robbed the Terrace Heights Subway store on Monday morning. Yakima County Sheriff’s deputies say The female clerk reported that while preparing to open for the day she responded to a knock at the back door believing that it was an early morning delivery. She

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Terrance Heights Couple ID and Shooting Victim is in Critical Condition

The Yakima County Sheriff's Office has identified a man who says he accidentally shot his wife as 25-year-old Cory Lindblom. His wife is 27-year-old Mckaylee Higgs. She remains in critical but stable condition at a Yakima hospital

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PNWU On KIT’s Mike Bastinelli Show [AUDIO]

 

Many valley residents still are not aware that a full fledged medical school has its home right here in Yakima. Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences graduated its first class of Osteopathic Physicians last spring.

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Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences Expanding for More Students

You might have noticed the construction at the Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences. The medical school is expanding its Terrace Heights campus to handle more students. The five million dollar addition to Butler Haney Hall includes two large auditoriums, more classrooms and offices

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Thieves Targeting Yakima County Landfill

Thieves are targeting the Yakima County landfill in Terrace Heights.  So the county has decided to hire a private security firm. Yakima County Public Works Director Vern Redifer says thieves are stealing metal and copper and other recycleable materials from appliances and refrigerators as a result the county is paying a security company 540 dollars a month to prevent any future thefts at the county landfill in Terrace Heights

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Eyesore of Weeds Pulled from Terrace Heights Sevice Station

Despite weeks of complaints by residents, weeds have become overgrown at the old service station in Terrace Heights. Local landscapers are working through the week to clear all the weeds from the property

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City Council to Move on Two Major Street Projects

The Yakima City Council is looking to move into action tonight, continuing work on two major street projects.

Yakima City Council members will be asked to approve and adopt H Street as the route for the east-west corridor, which would eventually link Terrace Heights across a new Yakima River bridge to north 40th Avenue

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Yakima Valley Cities Cracking Down On Overgrown Brush

This year's brush fire threat has cities here in the valley taking a stand.

Yakima and surrounding cities are cracking down on overgrown brush, trying to prevent fires like those in Selah and Terrace Heights earlier

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