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Obituaries for retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens are reminding us that there was a time — several times, in fact — when presidents... [Read More]
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Click here to view this image from yakimaherald.com. [Read More]
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The candidates for Wapato City Council are familiar with the problems facing the city. [Read More]
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On July 17, 2019, surrounded by her loving family, our earth angel Wilma Sharples went to be with her Lord and Savior. Born on July... [Read More]
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Wapato Councilman Keith Workman has called a special meeting next week to discuss pending litigation. [Read More]
Wapato City Administrator Juan Orozco resigned Friday, forgoing any severance under an agreement with the state Attorney General's Office. [Read More]
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Former Wapato City Administrator Juan Orozco will forgo any severance and won't be able to hold office in Wapato in the future as part of... [Read More]
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A third suspect has been indicted in connection with the shooting deaths of five people in White Swan in June. [Read More]
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Before anybody takes the field on Sunday, this summer's four-game rivalry series between the Yakima Valley Pepsi Pak and Yakima Pepsi Beetles will be like... [Read More]
Central Washington University sent out a notice Friday informing campus employees that Vice President of University Advancement Scott Wade died while vacationing in Hawaii. [Read More]
The developer of a 7.5-acre retail development that could bring a grocery store to Terrace Heights is moving forward with the project. [Read More]
The owners of the Stop N Go Drive In in Yakima say they plan to rebuild. [Read More]
A 23-year-old Yakima man was arrested Thursday in connection with a drive-by shooting near East Maple Street and a pursuit through Yakima. [Read More]
Wapato City Administrator Juan Orozco has resigned. [Read More]
A large wildfire continued to burn on Rattlesnake Mountain just northwest of Richland Friday morning. [Read More]
The Wags to Riches animal shelter's annual BBQ & Brew fundraiser took over the Selah Civic Center Saturday, July 13th, featuring a charity auction, a... [Read More]
School employees in Yakima County could pay as little as $13 a month for health insurance if a state board approves new health care premium... [Read More]
It's time to get to know the candidates for Wapato City Council. [Read More]
It's time to get to know Wapato City Council candidates. [Read More]
White nationalist, xenophobe, misogynist. All these descriptions, plus many more, in my opinion, seem to fit President Donald Trump, possibly the most reviled president in... [Read More]
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