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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
Towns/Cities near yakima, washington : Terrace Heights Moxee Union Gap Ahtanum Summitview Selah Gleed Wapato Toppenish
Yakima Valley's hop growers have a spring in their step
ADVANCE FOR THE WEEKEND OF MARCH 25-26 AND THEREAFTER - In this Tuesday, March 14, 2017 photo, Arminda Lozano collects cleaned and trimmed hops roots in a bucket at a Roy Farms field while preparing this year's crop in Moxee, Wash. ADVANCE FOR THE WEEKEND OF MARCH 25-26 AND THEREAFTER - In this Tuesday, March 14, 2017 photo, Arela Clemente digs roots in a Roy Farms hops field in Moxee, Wash.Spring is here, asparagus is around the corner
There's no trace of snow on the valley floor, the Mariners are playing baseball again and the days are getting longer, which means just one thing. One of Yakima Valley's rites of spring is the annual asparagus harvest, which typically starts in early-to-mid-April, depending on weather and other factors.Bank funding allows Malvern hop grower to expand its export business
Charles Faram, established in 1865, supplies hops and hop products to breweries across the country including both large regional and small micro-breweries. Sales of the company's products have increased by 20 per cent for the past five years and following an increased demand in America, the company has expanded its presence in the USA and will open a fourth office and a cold storage facility in Yakima, Washington, in June.Photos: Advertising Washington in another era
CIRCA 1940: Color postcard with a map of the state of Washington, It highlights several scenes and vistas particular to the state, The postcard was published by EC Kropp UNITED STATES - CIRCA 1940: Color postcard with a map of the state of Washington, It highlights several scenes and vistas particular to the state, The postcard was published by EC Kropp , 1925. Vintage poster of a wildflower field in the Pacific Northwest, supporting nature conservation , 1925.Journey Dedicate 'Lights' to John Wetton During Second Night of Tour With Asia
The tour started out in Yakima, Wash., on March 15, and saw Asia adding a tribute to Wetton to their set - delivered by a reconfigured lineup that now includes Yes veteran Billy Sherwood on bass and vocals. Guitarist Sam Coulson offered fans a peek behind the scenes with a short tour-opening video showing the band's prep work for the show as well as footage from the performance.Water still rising in flooded Yakima neighborhoods
Within an hour, he and his mother had begun stacking furniture and pumping out water filling the crawlspace below their house. It was one of at least a dozen homes in the complex that was later ordered evacuated as Aspen Lake rose to the highest levels residents there had ever seen.Mandatory evacuations ordered as floodwaters rise in Yakima
The Yakima Herald-Republic reports the Lake Aspen Apartments were being evacuated Thursday evening near Lake Aspen Business Park.Washington Supreme Court upholds tribal fuel tax exemption
The Washington state Supreme Court says members of the Yakama Nation can have wholesale fuel delivered to the reservation without being taxed by the state. Thursday's decision upholds an earlier one in Yakima County Superior Court, where the lower court cited a provision in the Yakama Nation's treaty with the U.S. government.Flooding continues across the Yakima Valley prompting a declaration of emergency
Flooding in several parts of the Yakima Valley has affected residents and businesses for days now. But city leaders said it's not over, reason why they are taking further action.Yakima flood
"I know that it's been closed since five o'clock this morning," said Meadowbrook Convenience Center owner Josephin. Josephin has been a co-owner of Meadowbrook Convenience Center for more than twelve-years and said she's never seen business this slow.Former Selah man to stand trial Monday for his wife's 1997 murder
A man will stand trial Monday after being accused of killing his wife 20 years ago while living in Selah. Beckford, 62, denies that he killed his wife Deborah in February 1997.Yakima flooding affects residents
For Valentine's Day this year, the Yakima Herald-Republic published a story about two Selah men reflecting on their relationship and the evolution of marriage laws in recent years. Eight days later, the newspaper published a brief Letter to the Editor from prominent local doctor and former Seahawks running back Dan Doornink, who wrote, "Front-page story on Valentine's Day.Track star from Yakima recovering after brutal attempted murder
It's been five months since a former track star at Eastern Washington University was brutally attacked with a baseball bat. Doctors could not be certain if Drew Schreiber would survive, let alone walk again.Report: Washington growers should have plenty of water - Wed, 08 Mar 2017 PST
If the weather cooperates this spring and early summer, there should be plentiful water for local growers, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation reports. In their March forecast, bureau officials estimate there should be enough water in the Yakima Basin to give senior rights holders their full allotment, with junior rights holders getting possibly as much as 96 percent of their allotment during the irrigation season.Yakima city council approves new location for a homeless camp
The proposed homeless camp on Fruitvale Boulevard and Castlevale Road failed to pass in Yakima but a new location passed unexpectedly. During Tuesday night's council meeting a resolution for a no-cost lease was approved for a homeless encampment near a city wastewater treatment plant.Growing opposition to minimum wage hikes
"Consumers are experiencing significant increases in the prices of goods and services in areas where the minimum wage has been increased. That might well be due to businesses going out of business, leaving markets to fewer suppliers.
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