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New Destination Brewery Set to Open Next Week

The Yakima Valley's first destination brewery is almost finished.  The Bale Breaker Brewery on Birchfield Road in Moxee will open next Saturday with an all day open house and party.  In addition to the brewery , there's a one thousand square foot tap room, a large patio, and three acres of landscaped land with picnic tables for the public to enjoy

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NSA To Close A Secretive Listening Post North of Yakima

YAKIMA, Wash. (AP) — The National Security Agency is closing a secretive listening post it has quietly operated near Yakima since the early 1970s. The Yakima Research Station is located within the U

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10 Hanford Managers Indicted in Timecard Scheme

RICHLAND, Wash. (AP) — A federal grand jury has indicted 10 current or former managers and supervisors for a contractor at the nation's most contaminated nuclear site, accusing them of enabling timecard fraud there

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Suspect in Custody in Connection With David Childs Murder

Yakima Police have a man in custody in connection with the murder of David Childs of Yakima.  Yesterday 34 year old Armando Vieyra was arrested and a vehicle police were looking for were found in the Lower Valley off of Lateral 1 road

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Drowning Victim in West Yakima Has Been Identified

Yakima County Corner Jack Hawkins has determined that a woman whose body was pulled from an irrigation canal yesterday drowned.  Yakima Police Captain Rod Light said "There was no evidence of foul play

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Yakima Police ID Man Whose Body Was Found On Front Street

Yakima Police have identified the cities first homicide victim of the year. He was 70 year old David Lee Childs of Yakima. His body was found Tuesday morning in a parking lot on North Front Street

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A Womans Body Pulled From a Canal in West Yakima

A woman's partially nude body was pulled from the irrigation canal near the Harmon Center near 66th and Summitview in West Yakima.   The woman's has been identified , but police are not releasing her name until next of kin is notified

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Yakima Police Still Trying to ID the Cities First Homicide Victim of 2013

 

Yakima Police are still trying to identify a man whose body was found in a parking lot on North Front Street early Monday morning.   Police Captain Rod Light says "It's causing investigators a great deal of frustration not being able to identify the man because every day that  goes by it makes our job more difficult in tracking down individuals who may have been invovled in the murder, in an investigation the first day or two is critical." 

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Street Racing on Nob Hill Seriously Injures a Woman and Toddler

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A woman and her son suffered serious injuries after a two-car accident caused by street racing. The woman was pulling out of the Burger King parking lot on the 2700 hundred block of West Nob Hill at 11:15 this morning when she was hit by a by a west bound Jeep Cherokee that was racing another car

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Gov. Inslee Picks Okanogan Rancher as New Ag Director

OLYMPIA – Governor Jay Inslee today announced his latest round of cabinet appointments, naming directors for the state departments of Agriculture, Early Learning and Health.

Okanogan rancher Bud Hover will become the director of the Department of Agriculture

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