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  • FCC Chairman Ajit Pai and Oregon Rep. Greg Walden visit Hermiston

    Oregon State Representative Greg Walden and FCC Chairman Ajit Pai made a special visit to Hermiston today. The two meet with several health care clinics within Oregon to talk about health care in rural areas. A lot of the areas that surround us are rural areas, some of which lack accessible health care.  Representative Walden, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai and the health care clinics in attendance today want to make health care through telecommunications accessible for those who need i...
  • New changes coming to the Yakima farmers market

    Sundays are all about farmers markets, and it's always nice to find out when your local market is expanding. 

  • The history of Allan Bros. Fruit in Naches

    Allan Bros. Fruit is a giant in the small town of Naches. 

  • Throwback Thursday: Allan Bros. Fruit family settles in Naches in 1900s

    Cherries are the inspiration for today's Throwback Thursday! It's the beginning of the harvest season and we got a history lesson of Allan Brothers Fruit in Naches. 

  • Yakima Central Plaza added to ballot with 4-3 vote

    The drama surrounding the controversial Yakima Central Plaza just won't go away, and soon the public could let the City Council know how they feel about the project. 

  • Davis High School students participate in NASA camp

    School may be out, but learning happens all year round. 

  • Wells Fargo employees help a disabled vet prepare for home inspection

    Everyone needs a little help sometimes, and Wells Fargo understands that - that's why on Tuesday they helped out a veteran in need. 

  • YSO's mental health officer talks importance of public interaction

    Every day, law enforcement responders to mental health calls and officers do the best they can dealing with someone who may be in crisis.

  • Operation Dry Water: Emphasis patrols target boating under the influence June 29 to July 1

    The Yakima County Sheriff’s Office  is asking boaters to help keep everyone safe by not consuming alcohol or marijuana while out on the water—especially when operating a boat. 

  • Wapato's new elementary celebrates ribbon cutting

    After a long wait, the Wapato School District is happy to announce they have a brand new elementary school.