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Planning Summer Fun on Water? Get a Free Life Jacket in Yakima.

Summer is here and the great outdoors is beckoning. Are you camping this summer? Perhaps hitting the water? Sounds great, but remember, before fun, safety is job one. Every year, and far too often, we hear of tragedy striking and destroying what could have been a memorable weekend on the water, and turning it into the unthinkable that will devastate families for a lifetime.
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Sears Is Closing 3 Stores in Washington: Is Yakima Valley on the List? (YES.)

Two Sears stores are closing up shop in Central Washington. Is Yakima Valley on the list? In a short answer, YES. It probably doesn't come as a surprise though. Some of us have seen the writing on the wall for a while now. It looks like the Sears & Roebuck Company of yesteryear is taking a new direction. I am old enough to remember being so excited getting my hands on a Sears Catalog when I was a kid! Did you get excited, too? I would always flip to the "Back to School" section for clothes. I never got any of them because my mom always did our clothes shopping at the Goodwill or gave me "new" stuff to wear from my friends' hand-me-down clothes, but still. I loved daydreaming about wearing those Sears catalog clothes!
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Have You Heard of These 5 Luxurious Yakima Foot Spa Experiences?

This is your sign to pamper your busted feet with a good foot massage. I saw a story the other day about a country music celeb who bought out an entire foot spa for herself and some of her friends. Oh, what wouldn't I give to have THAT kinda money and that kinda life! It got me to thinking, though, about where the local foot spas are in town. I mean, sure, you can get a pedicure at any nail salon in town but I'm talking about a place that goes the extra mile. I'm talking about the foot spa experience.
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DRIVER ALERT; Yakima Chip Sealing Program Starts Monday

It happens ever year and it's back again this year in the city of Yakima. The city streets division is starting its annual chip sealing program on Monday, June 27. City officials say they'll be doing the work on Nob Hill Boulevard and Washington Avenue between 64th Avenue and 75th Avenue.
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Newhouse, Murray React To Major Roe v. Wade Ruling

4th District Republican Congressman Dan Newhouse has issued a statement on Twitter calling the Supreme Court’s ruling which overturns Roe v. Wade a victory for the most vulnerable. Newhouse issued his decision on Twitter early Friday. “The Declaration of Independence states that every individual has the right to life,...
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Kip Moore Announces 2022 Fire on Wheels Tour

Kip Moore has added 21 tour dates to his 2022 calendar. The Fire on Wheels Tour will begin Sept. 8 in Utah and stretch across the country before it ends on Nov. 12 in Cleveland. The Fire on Wheels Tour gets its name from Moore's new single, "Fire on Wheels."...
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Supreme Court Overturns Roe v. Wade

In a landmark decision on Friday, the U.S. Supreme Court is overturning Roe v. Wade, the decades-old ruling which legalized abortion nationwide. The decision came while the high court was considering a case out of Mississippi where the state attempted to ban abortion after 15 weeks. Conservative Justice Samuel Alito...
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Jump on The Tiki Train at These Two Bars in Downtown Yakima

Tiki Nights are the new 'It' thing in the downtown Yakima bar scene! Who knew!. I first saw the swanky downtown bar and restaurant, E.Z. Tiger (222 E Chestnut Ave), mentioned in Sip Magazine's online blurb about their tiki drinks. It turns out my friend, Christian, was highlighted in the Sip article for her recipe concoction for the Tiki Tiger beverage (get the delicious recipe here). Her drink has stuff in it that I've never heard of like, Suntory Whisky Toki and yuzu juice, among other ingredients like grapefruit and pomegranate juices mixed with a honey simple syrup. Sounds tasty!
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FDA Orders Removal of All Juul E-Cigs From U.S. Market

The FDA has said farewell to Juul product sales in the United States. Thursday morning, the Food and Drug Administration announced that Juul electronic cigarettes and vaping devices must be pulled from the market in the United States. According to KWQC, the FDA examined an application from Juul to keep...
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Visit One of These 6 Memorable Museums of the Yakima Valley This Summer

When was the last time you visited a museum in the Yakima Valley? If it has been a while, now is the perfect time to grab the family and hit the road. We have some pretty cool museums in the Valley, with everything from the historical museums to museums about the beer hops that have made this valley a boon for the local economy for generations. There are some others worth a look and visit in Yakima, Zillah, Toppenish, and Union Gap.
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Major Safety Changes On The Way To a Yakima Intersection

It's late June and city engineers continue to work on making a intersection safer in Yakima where two people died earlier this year. Authorities say they've seen numerous crashes at the intersection over the last two years and a double fatal three-car crash at the intersection on March 20. Two days later a near head-on crash was reported at the intersection on March 22. Now city officials are doing what they can to prevent another deadly crash at 48th Avenue and Washington Avenue. Yakima City Engineer Bill Preston tells KIT News they're now implementing safety changes at the intersection after studying the situation.
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Gas Prices Not Discouraging Yakima Drivers on The 4th

Here comes the July 4th holiday and following right behind are high summer gas prices say officials from GasBuddy. They say drivers will be facing the most expensive gas ever this year during the upcoming holiday. However GasBuddy officials say the news isn't all that bad. They say U.S. gas prices are expected to drop "10 to 20 cents by Independence Day. After months of fireworks at the pump, culminating in a $5 national average recorded for the first time just weeks ago, drivers will feel a bit of relief, though many were already determined to get out on the road despite high prices."
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