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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.

Population: 71845
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
Towns/Cities near yakima, washington : Terrace Heights Moxee Union Gap Ahtanum Summitview Selah Gleed Wapato Toppenish

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5 Things To Do This Weekend

Don't know what to do this weekend? We've got you covered; here are this week's top picks for entertainment in the Yakima Valley. 7:30 p.m. today; The Capitol Theatre, 19 S. Third St.; $36; www.tiempolibremusic.com , www.capitoltheatre.org , 509-853-2787 You don't have to dance at a Tiempo Libre concert.

YVC celebrates V-Day to end violence against women

Yakima Valley College took part in V-Day on Tuesday, a day to raise awareness about violence, exploitation and discrimination against women. The idea grew out of the play "The Vagina Monologues" which celebrates femininity and the movement to stop violence against women.

Childhood dream becomes colorful reality for Yakima woman

In this Friday, Feb. 9, 2018 photo, Kate Bowditch of Yakima colors with the Harmon Center's coloring group in Yakima, Wash. Bowditch has a passion for fine arts and draws her own coloring books.

Childhood dream becomes colorful reality for Yakima woman

If life has taught Kate Bowditch anything, it's to do what she wants, even when people tell her no. That philosophy is based on an important premise - you never know where that experiment will take you.

Crashes involving 25 vehicles shut down snow-slicked I-90

Twenty-five vehicles - including three jackknifed semi trucks - were involved in multiple collisions Saturday, causing minor injuries and major delays as westbound Interstate 90 east of Cle Elum shut down for hours all the way to Ellensburg. Trooper Brian Moore of the Washington State Patrol first reported the collisions on Twitter at 10:31 a.m. The closure that started at milepost 88 eventually was extended farther east to Ellensburg at milepost 109 to allow emergency crews to reach the crashes, said Trooper John Bryant, spokesman for the WSP based in Kittitas County.

Methow-area snowpack holds steady as winter recedes

Although winter is more than half over and snow is receding in the Methow Valley, snowpack is holding up well in mountains surrounding the valley and throughout Washington, unlike areas further south in the Pacific Northwest.

STATE v. LOPEZ

George Paul Trejo Jr., The Trejo Law Firm, Inc., 701 N. 1st St., Ste. 100, Yakima, WA, 98901-2296, Rick Hernandez, Hernandez Law Office, P.O. Box 1039, Sunnyside, WA, 98944-3039, for Petitioner.

5 Things To Do This Weekend

Don't know what to do this weekend? We've got you covered; here are this week's top picks for entertainment in the Yakima Valley.

Northwest Wine: Barnard Griffin plants first kiss with Sangiovese ros on Valentine's Day

Barnard Griffin Winery's RosA© of Sangiovese has blossomed into a harbinger of spring each year for wine lovers touring the Yakima Valley around Valentine's Day. And for the past decade, Barnard Griffin arguably has been the best rosA© producer in the United States.

WA Department Losing Chief, Deputy Chief This Month

Feb. 12--By the end of this month the Yakima Fire Department will have lost a fire chief, deputy fire chief and more than 70 years of combined experience. Chief Bob Stewart will retire Feb. 28 while Deputy Fire Chief Mark Soptich will retire Feb. 16, according to a city of Yakima news release.

Yakima tribal leaders declare crisis after crime spike

Yakama tribal leaders have declared a public safety crisis on the southern Washington reservation and are imposing stricter penalties following a recent spike in crime. The Yakima Herald-Republic reports tribal leaders approved a resolution earlier this week, allowing officials to take away treaty fishing and hunting rights and remove non-tribal members from the reservation for certain crimes.

Rattlesnake Ridge Landslide Emergency Is Over, But For Some Displaced Residents It's Just Begun

Antonio Martinez, his son Ramon Mendoza, 10, and the rest of their family are facing tough choices in the next few days. Live near a landslide in Union Gap, pile in with already crowded family, or pay a lot of money for a new home.

For Pacific Northwest jobs, is this as good as it gets?

With the exception of Alaska, states in the Pacific Northwest ended 2017 with record levels of employment. Washington totaled 3.7 million, Oregon 2.1 million and Idaho 839,000.

How one couple adapted a 204-square-foot tiny house for their new baby

What's it like to live in a 204-square-foot space with a baby? Samantha and Robert Garlow of SHEDsistence know, and they're sharing their story. After designing and constructing their SHED tiny house in Yakima, Washington , the couple moved into it with their cat in early 2016.

Nervous Drivers Still 'Shooting The Gap' At Rattlesnake Ridge Landslide

Roberta Vining has to ''Shoot the Gap'' twice every weekday on her commute to work in Yakima, Washington. She says despite a new state report saying the Rattlesnake Ridge landslide is slow moving, it still freaks her out.

New report says demand for hops in Us has peaked Source: Kiro TV

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Rockit apples set to blast off

"Washed and packed into recyclable tubes, it's a safe, healthy snack, ready to eat straight from the tube and perfect for all ages-in the car, at sport, at your desk, or at school." That's how Rockit Global Ltd's Web site describes its Rockit apples, an entirely new apple cultivar developed and patented by Rockit in New Zealand.

Funding for Yakima water plan back in front of Congress

Crucial federal funding to improve the Yakima River Basin's water supply is once again before Congress, but language in a House bill could spell trouble. A bill introduced last November by Rep. Dan Newhouse and co-sponsored by Rep. Dan Reichert would provide $237 million in much-needed matching funds to help pay for various basin projects to aid during times of drought.

Woody Guthrie's Washington in photos

Take a look at Washington in 1941 as the state on Saturday marks Woody Guthrie Day. less Folksinger Woody Guthrie traveled Washington and Oregon 75 years ago penning songs that would capture the Northwest as it was in the last days of the Great Depression.

Yakima County launches legal fight to shut down pot businesses - Thu, 01 Feb 2018 PST

Yakima County authorities on Wednesday took their first step in enforcing a ban on marijuana businesses in unincorporated areas of the county by filing a court action seeking to shut down a cannabis retail shop. The county filed a complaint in Yakima County Superior Court seeking an order to shut down The Canyon at 3120 Mapleway Road north of Yakima near Gleed, saying the store is in violation of the county's ordinance prohibiting operations that grow, process and sell recreational marijuana in unincorporated areas of the county.

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