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Early learning celebrated during Week of the Young Child

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The Week of the Young Child is a national annual celebration that highlights the importance of early childhood programs that help further a child's development. 

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PNWU teaches healthy alternatives in Mexican cuisine

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Eating Mexican food can be delicious but have quite a bit of calories and ingredients that make you feel guilty.

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Have firefighters inspect your smoke alarms through this free program

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The City of Pasco wants everyone to be more alert about having working smoke alarms in their homes. 

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Flooding season preparations underway in Yakima County

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Since last year, the Office of Emergency Management as well as several other organizations have been working together to prevent any possibility of flooding. 

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Viera's Bakery & Deli now open in Yakima

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Viera's Bakery & Deli has now opened in Yakima. 

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New syringe exchange program coming to Pasco

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Blue Mountain Heart To Heart, a non-profit organization from Walla Walla, is starting a syringe exchange program that will be held inside the Benton-Franklin Health District's Pasco facility. 

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How Restaurant Week helps kids learn through the Urban Kitchen program

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Yakima's first restaurant week is underway where 11 restaurants are participating and giving back all their proceeds to Urban Kitchen.

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Millennial March: Local realtor giving back to the community

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Bryan Verhei, a licensed realtor for Retter and Company, takes advantage of the countless volunteer opportunities his firm offers, as well as the ones his church gives him. 

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Jumping Fitness: A new way to get fit!

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Jumping fitness is a new fitness routine that's made its way into the U.S. 

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Business Spotlight: Central Washington School of Massage Therapy

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For this week's business spotlight, we spoke with Lillian Cassidy, owner of Central Washington's School of Massage Therapy in Selah. 

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