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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

Yakima News
Anglers limited to one adult salmon in the lower Yakima River

A smaller than expected run of returning fall chinook and coho salmon on the Columbia and Yakima rivers mean anglers will have a reduced daily limit of one adult salmon on the lower Yakima River. The reduction of the daily limit to one adult will contribute in efforts to meet escapement and hatchery broodstock for fall chinook and coho salmon in the Yakima River.

How the World First Met Bigfoot

Former Film Threat contributing editor Phil Hall's new book "The Weirdest Movie Ever Made: The Patterson-Gimlin Bigfoot Film," details the history of the 59-second footage purportedly showing the elusive Sasquatch walking at Bluff Creek in the northern California woods. This excerpt of the book details how Roger Patterson and Bob Gimlin, the ex-rodeo riders from Yakima, Washington, who shot the footage, alerted the world of their film.

Crews plan controlled burns that could ease future smoke

In this Sept. 20, 2012, file photo, a thick haze of smoke from wildfires inundates downtown Yakima, Wash.

Crews plan controlled burns that could ease future smoke

In this Sept. 20, 2012, file photo, a thick haze of smoke from wildfires inundates downtown Yakima, Wash.

Northwest pear crop quality looking good

Pear marketers can expect a lot more fruit to market this year than they had in 2017, according to the latest forecast from the Milwaukie, Ore.-based Pear Bureau Northwest. As of Aug. 1, the bureau was projecting a crop of 20.2 million boxes - or 7% above a five-year average.

Yakama Nation sues mining company over expansion project

The Yakama Nation has filed a lawsuit over a mining company's plan to expand operations on a ridge in southern Washington state where the tribe says a cultural burial site is located. The Yakima Herald-Republic reports the tribe filed the lawsuit earlier this year against Yakima County and Granite Northwest over the project planned for the ridge dividing Yakima and Selah.

Keepsakes reveal clues of life for Japanese in Yakima-area

ADVANCE FOR WEEKEND EDITIONS, SEPT. 8-9 - In this Aug. 17, 2018 photo, Yoshiko Hide, 82, who grew up in Toppenish and Wapato, donates family gifts from Yakama Nation landowners to the Yakima Valley Museum in Yakima, Wash.

New twist on fresh hop beer - an interstate collaboration project

Yesterday, I wrote about fresh hop beers and today the theme continues. It is, after all, fresh hop beer season in the Pacific Northwest.

Gifts totaling $1 million to benefit WSU health-sciences students in...

Mannequins used for training students are stored around a table Wednesday, May 9, 2018, at Washington State University's College of Nursing in Spokane. The university announced Thursday it has received donations totaling $1 million that will be used to purchase training equipment for health-sciences students in Yakima and Spokane.

2019 Adventurer 901SB 50th Anniversary Special Edition Truck Camper Looks To the Future

To celebrate Adventurer Manufacturing's 50th anniversary, and honor their late founder, Erdman Epp, the Yakima, Washington, company has built 60 special edition units that push the envelope in truck camper design, material, and technology. Every material, process, component, and design element that went into this all-new truck camper has been challenged.

Family keepsakes tell the story of Japanese-American life in Yakima Valley - Wed, 05 Sep 2018 PST

Yoshiki Hide, 82, holds her moccasins from childhood at the Yakima Valley Museum in Yakima, Wash. on Friday, Aug. 17, 2018.

Washington officials improving intersection after 2015 death

Yakima County officials are keeping their promise and have plans to improve an intersection where a teen was killed in a head-on collision and has been deemed unsafe. The Yakima Herald-Republic reported Tuesday that the proposed improvements for the Yakima Valley Highway and Gurley Road intersection are part of a $1.6 million settlement with the family of Angel Mendoza, who died due to a 2015 crash at the intersection.

Study shows health, reaction-time declines in firefighters - Sun, 02 Sep 2018 PST

Yakima, Washington is one of many firefighting departments that has a separate rehabilitation unit for its firefighters. These units provide both a mandated and a vital service for firefighters - giving them respite from the heat and weather, fluids and energy snacks, and medical evaluations before going back into the fire.

Hop harvest begins in Yakima Valley

Trucks laden with hop bines are showing up on the roads around the Yakima Valley, and soon the air will be filled with the aroma of this year's crop as harvest moves into full swing. Most growers began harvesting this week, a process that will run almost nonstop through September as the beer-flavoring cones are picked, dried and processed.

Spokane high school coaches taking steps to avoid concussions

A Washington state man accused of a deadly 2016 shooting in Yakima has been sentenced to 17 years in prison. The Yakima Herald-Republic reports 25-year-old Ivan Venegas-Madrid entered an Alford plea to a second-degree murder charge in Yakima County Superior Court on Thursday.

Climber injured on Liberty Bell Mountain

Investigator says Benjamin Antonio, 67, of Yakima, WA was injured when a hand hold broke loose as he was climbing the Beckey's Notch route along the northeast aspect of the mountain - approx. 7,000ft elevation.

Rollover crash near Yakima kills honeymooning couple

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Air Quality

Thanks to fires north and south of us, the air quality in the Yakima Valley has been a bit dicey over the last couple of weeks. I have an air purifier that's been running non-stop, and the air conditioner itself helps with some of it.

Yakima teachers, students head back to class on time after strike...

After teachers and the Yakima School District reached a tentative contract agreement over the weekend, school began as scheduled Monday - much to the relief of parents, students and employees. "Today was about as good of a first day that I can remember having, it was a lot of fun," said Duff Dewitt, an English teacher at Eisenhower High School.

Man stabbed in the neck in Yakima dies

An 18-year-old man accused of stabbing a man last week in Yakima is being held on suspicion of second-degree murder after police say the victim has died. The Yakima Herald-Republic reports the suspect is accused of stabbing a 55-year-old man in the neck after visiting a home to see about a trailer he had loaned a resident.

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