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Located in Yakima Valley, the city is known for its wine, its apples, and for producing about 75% of the hops from the United States. The area was originally home to the Yakama Native Americans. Yakima was a stop for Lewis and Clark in 1805 which lead to homesteaders soon after. Entertainment in the city includes the Yakima Valley Museum, including displays on the city's history and a restored soda fountain, the Capitol Theater, the Allied Art Center, and the Central Washington State Fair.
Local Newspapers: The Suffolk News Herald
Local Sports Teams: Yakima Bears (A Baseball) Yakima Reda (USL Development League)
Local Colleges: The Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences
Zip Codes associated with yakima, washington:
98901 98902 98903 98908
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Stalks rising: Trade deals almost spoiled Washington's asparagus...
Maribel Teran works quickly and methodically. She doesn't like to take breaks. The faster she works, the more asparagus she cuts.Yakima councilwoman pleads guilty to DUI, faces jail time
A Yakima City Councilwoman was sentenced to 364 days in jail after pleading guilty to driving under the influence on Friday according to our media partners at the Yakima Herald Republic.Spike in road fatalities sparks Washington state phone ban - Thu, 18 May 2017 PST
In 2007, Washington became the first state to ban texting while driving, but that law didn't say anything about Twitter, Facebook or iTunes. Cellphones just weren't used that way a decade ago, and in the following years the law lagged behind technology.Airway Heights Correctional Facility taking water precautions
Washington State Department of Corrections says Airway Heights Corrections Center is taking every precaution to make sure inmates and staff are not affected by the Airway Heights water crisis. Jeremy S. Barclay, communications director for WDOC, says the facility has gone as far as to get bottled water from the Tri-Cities and Yakima area to ensure the water is safe to drink for staff and inmates.Suspect in fatal shooting of Montana deputy dies in hospital
Sheriff TJ McDermott confirmed that 38-year-old Marshall Barrus, a suspect in the death of Montana Deputy Mason Moore, died at St. Patrick Hospital Wednesday in Missoula. The cause of death is a gunshot wound to the head, which he sustained while being apprehended by law enforcement May 16. Sheriff McDermott added, "It's been an extremely hard time for law enforcement across the state of Montana.Yakima jail inmates alert guards when man wasna t snoring, he had died
Moon Martin, 35, was found unresponsive after inmates alerted guards about 3 a.m. because he was not snoring loudly as he usually does, said Ed Campbell, Yakima County Corrections director. Paramedics were not able to revive him.Efforts aim to boost film industry in Yakima Valley - Mon, 15 May 2017 PST
When Rick Castaqeda directed his first feature film, he didn't want to shoot it in Los Angeles sites, which he calls clichi. "We filmed a scene in a wheat field, and it looks like a completely different place," said Castaqeda, co-founder of Psychic Bunny, which produced the movie about a top wine salesman and the problems in his life.William O. Douglas Foundation looks to add key piece to historic trail
Long before he became the longest-serving Supreme Court justice, William O. Douglas built up his strength by walking the railroad bridge across the Naches River and hiking 700 feet up to Selah Ridge. Those treks in his youth helped him overcome a serious illness and prepared him for more difficult adventures in the Cascade Mountains that would later help form his environmental advocacy on the bench.Pierce County deputy kills himself while on case in Yakima
Deputy Kory Shaffer, 47, ended his life with a self-inflicted gunshot, sheriff's spokesman Ed Troyer said in a statement. Troyer said Shaffer was in Yakima while investigating an unspecified case.Warming water temperatures warm anglersa hearts as lake fishing improves
American: The kokanee action seems to be picking up. The fish seem to be holding 15-20 feet below the surface.Yakima Valley receives award for Best Beer Experience
Last month, the World Food Travel Association recognized Yakima Valley as an outstanding destination for beer tourists. Yakima Valley won the 2017 FoodTrekking award for Best Beer Experience.Attorney George Hansen Acquitted of Rape
A former prosecutor accused of rape was acquitted Wednesday in Yakima County, Washington. According to the Yakima Herald, the attorney was acquitted of second-degree attempted rape, but he could be retried for two other charges that the jury was unable to decide upon.Retiring pastor, wife share ministry career
Yakima police say they expect to charge a man with 21 counts of felony harassment following a Tuesday morning incident at Jewett Child Development Center. Nineteen children, ages 3 to 4, were playing in a fenced area at the 212 E. F Street center when a 31-year-old man approached the area around 8:50 a.m. He began swearing and yelling at them, according to police.BWW Review: Rorschach Theatre World Premiere, Forgotten Kingdoms
Randy Baker drew from his own upbringing in Asia to craft his play "Forgotten Kingdoms," getting a world premiere at Rorschach Theatre, where he is co-artistic director. Growing up as son of teachers and the grandson of a Pentacostal missionary, Baker sensed the underlying ideological friction between the incoming Christians and the Muslims of the island where they settled.Washington man accused of drive-by killing held on $1M bail
A 23-year-old Washington man accused of a fatal drive-by shooting has been held on a $1 million bail. The Yakima Herald-Republic reported Monday that Luiz Alfredo Barrera remains in Yakima County jail after being accused of killing 14-year-old Kabin Smith.Elderly Realtor Attacked Last Summer, Dies in Hospice
Vibrant. Full of life. Generous. Those were only a few of the words once used to describe 78-year-old Vern Holbrook.
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